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To Plan A Trip

June 2024
1min read

Class VI (1-800-252-7784) plans its history trips with a night of camping on the river in between, but you are welcome to stay in one of nearby Fayetteville’s attractive bed-and-breakfasts instead. For information about accommodations, other outfitters, and additional attractions in the area, which lies about an eighty-minute drive southwest of Charleston, West Virginia, call the West Virginia Department of Commerce, Marketing, and Tourism Division (1-800-CALLWVA).

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