The Freeland Boardwalk Trail In West Virginia Skims Across The Top Of Gorgeous Wetlands
West Virginia may be a land-locked state but that doesn’t mean we don’t have boardwalks! A few weeks ago, we featured the incredible Beartown Boardwalk that leads straight through a mountain forest, today’s spotlighted trail leads across a beautiful wetland. The Freeland Boardwalk Trail is a short, accessible path that everyone can and should explore.
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