According to the Los Angeles Times, white-water rafting might be the safest way to vacation as a family this summer. And if that’s true, then boy does West Virginia have you covered!

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To learn more about New and Gauley River Adventures, check out their website or Facebook page.

Have you rafted or tubed any of West Virginia’s rivers? What’s your favorite float trip? Or do you prefer to see the West Virginia countryside by horseback? We’d love to hear about your past summer experiences or future summer plans in the comments!

Here are a few more river trips to try: 6 Lazy Rivers In West Virginia That Are Perfect For Tubing On A Summer’s Day.

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