7 Most Inviting Towns In The Appalachian Mountains

Harpers Ferry, a lovely town in Appalachia, was important in the Civil War. Now it's rich in history. Visit the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park for exhibits and museums.

Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

Duncannon, by the Susquehanna River, is great for hiking. It's an old town with cool events and friendly people. Come join the fun!

Duncannon, Pennsylvania

For a great October trip in the Appalachian Mountains, check out Gatlinburg! It's stunning in the fall with colorful leaves, but fun year-round with lots to do.

Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Shelburne, a cute town in Vermont, keeps its old-timey vibe but has new stuff too. It has cool farms and pretty. The town's best parts are its calm lake, lively downtown, and cool spots to visit.

Shelburne, Vermont

Blowing Rock, on the Blue Ridge Parkway, has amazing views. It's named for a special rock that makes wind go up. You'll love the pretty village with cool shops and yummy food!

Blowing Rock, North Carolina

Watkinsville, Georgia, nicknamed the Artland, has a long history since 1801. It's famous for its cool art and friendly vibe, drawing tourists who love culture and history.

Watkinsville, Georgia

Discover Boonsboro: dive into Revolutionary War history, explore scenic trails, or hire a guide for an authentic experience. Historical charm preserved.

Boonsboro, Maryland