Planning is the most important step in getting much-needed rest and relaxation and Franklin County has many ways to rest and relax.
(PRWEB) January 27, 2017
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau is the number one destination for tourism in Franklin County and every year serves thousands of visitors. In particular, FCVB produces the Franklin County Visitors Guide, Military Trail of History Guide, and Fresh Food & Dining Guide, which all include trip ideas, things to do and see, delicious places to dine and places to stay.
The Franklin County Visitors Guide is the key piece of information FCVB produces, covering a wide range of great recreation, great shopping and dining, great history, great festivals and more! The Military Trail of History Guide takes visitors on a self-guided tour of the county’s history from the French and Indian War to present day conflicts. For local farms and farmers market to local restaurant favorites, the Fresh Food & Dining Guide is the best bet to eat Franklin County fresh!
According to a national movement run by a coalition of former tourism professionals, called Project: Time Off, Americans do not use 658 million vacation days annually. In addition, less than 49% of households set aside time to plan. Over half of those that planned took all of their vacation time and reported increased happiness in relationships with family, children and partners.
It is easy to see how the Franklin County Visitors Bureau can help plan the time to get away, bond with family and strengthen relationships. Planning is the most important step in getting much-needed rest and relaxation and Franklin County has many ways to rest and relax.
If the desire is a romantic getaway, enjoy a weekend at a local bed and breakfast, such as Fox’s Jus-Em-Tyme, an 1865 Victorian home in the old village of Welsh Run, The Inn at Birches Garden, a 120-year-old farmhouse on a working Arabian horse farm between Greencastle and Mercersburg, The Inn at Ragged Edge, a beautiful 1900-era home that was the largest residence in the county for a time, and Craig Victorian B&B, a 1880 post-Civil War mansion in Chambersburg with intricate woodwork and luxurious modern amenities.
For the outdoorsy type looking for a new challenge, Franklin County is home to skydiving, local streams for fishing, swimming, kayaking, award-winning golf courses, state forests for hiking and camping as well as areas for hunting white tail deer and turkey. In the winter, enjoy skiing, snowboarding or tubing at Whitetail Resort!
“Shop ‘til you drop” in Greencastle! Walking along Baltimore Street, the main street of the town, explore Inner Beauty, a clothing boutique; Joyful Arts Studio, an art gallery and studio and the shop, home to antiques, jewelry and refurbished furniture. Keep going along South Carlisle Street to Crown Vetch Cottage, with a variety of old and new to give home a relaxed country style.
Get planning now and be sure to take time to relax and enjoy family, friends, and new destinations.
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to explore Franklin County PA and enjoy the trails of history, arts and architecture, recreation, natural beauty, fresh foods and the warm hospitality of communities like Chambersburg, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Shippensburg, and Waynesboro. Franklin County PA is located just north of the Mason Dixon Line and is an easy drive to Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. Discover more... plan a visit soon at ExploreFranklinCountyPA.com or by contacting 866-646-8060.