From the bloggers at Travel Pulse
Across the U.S., Fall’s arrival signals last call for enjoying the great outdoors. Nature lovers and fans of color-changing foliage know there’s a small window for experiencing the changing of the seasons.
With that in mind, we’ll examine five of the most idyllic camping destinations in America.
Nestled along the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers at the point where West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia meet, Harpers Ferry is a town full of history, offering an ideal viewpoint of the transition from summer to fall.
Whether you choose to stay at the Harpers Ferry Campground or the Harpers Ferry/Civil War Battlefields KOA, you’ll be just minutes away from downtown Harpers Ferry, local shops, a handful of scenic trails, museums and other activities, including zipline and sightseeing tours.
There are even old battlefields to explore.
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