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There's no limit to the number of exciting things you can do when you're somewhere new. So why not get your trip to Franklinton off to a flying start by having a look at some of our top tips? After all – out there starts here!
Take a trip into the wider Raleigh region and get close to nature with some activities like snowboarding. Still got time on your hands? Once you've ticked that off your list, make more glorious vacation memories by going skiing.
If you're searching for somewhere to kick your feet up in central Franklinton, you may have to think again. That said, you will discover 2 properties each within a short trip. Cheap vacations and luxury getaways — Expedia will help you out.
All set for your trip to Franklinton? Got your boarding passes sorted yet? You'll be greeted by a crowd of friendly faces at Raleigh - Durham International Airport (RDU). The terminal is based 25 miles (40 km) southwest of the town center.
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