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Kirkland Creek Campground, Bryson City
Kirkland Creek Campground is located within the majestic mountain ranges of western North Carolina. Conveniently located just a short drive away from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Tuckaseegee River, and the Nantahala Outdoor Center with its excellent whitewater rafting. This family-friendly campground has an onsite pool, as well as plenty of RV sites, and an easy online reservation system.
Mountain Stream RV Park, Marion
Located in the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains, Mountain Stream RV Park offers access to beautiful scenery and excellent accommodations. Only miles away from the Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville and much more, this RV park is an ideal base to explore a wide variety of North Carolina attractions and outdoor activities. Reserve your spot before you arrive with the easy online reservation system.
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Asheville is a fantastic city to explore in North Carolina. In Asheville, visitors can explore the Basilica St. Lawrence, which is an amazing example of architecture, with stained glass windows, statues and more. Visitors to Asheville should be sure to stop and enjoy the 8000 acre estate built by George Vanderbilt. There are guided tours of the house and gardens. Visitors can also enjoy all of the activities at the Antler Hill Village including a winery. For visitors looking for a more outdoor experience there are plenty of activities, including horseback rides, carriage rides, biking, fishing and much more.
Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway, also known as "America's Favorite Drive" is a stunningly beautiful drive, stretching from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. The over 490 miles of the drive encompass opportunities to hike, camp, picnic, explore exhibits and of course enjoy the beautiful views. As visitors enjoy this drive, they can visit Cumberland Knob, Julian Price Memorial Park, the Parkway Visitor Center, Waterrock Knob and Doughton Park. Throughout miles of the Parkway visitors can enjoy animal watching, nature view, vistas of Grandfather Mountain and much more.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore
Located on North Carolina's Outer Banks, the Cape Hatteras National Seashore is an amazing destination for recreating, relaxing and much more. The seashore has many beautiful beaches for visitors to explore and enjoy. Visitors can enjoy looking for shells, birding, kayaking, hiking and more. The Outer Banks are also an excellent spot to go windsurfing, especially on Hatteras Island. Cape Hatteras National Seashore also has three historic lighthouses, the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is open for visitors.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The Great Smoky Mountains are known for their stunning diversity. As visitors enjoy the over 800 miles of trails they can also check out the wide array of flora and fauna. The park is home to many bears, and you may catch a glimpse of one of these bears while hiking. During the spring and summer the mountains host a beautiful range of wildflowers, well worth the visit to the park. The hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains ranges from short day hikes to challenging backcountry backpacking. For non-hikers there are also biking, fishing, camping and more options.
Pisgah National Forest
Visitors to North Carolina should stop to enjoy some of the beautiful forests and hiking trails in the Pisgah National Forest. This forest is comprised of hardwood forests, high peaks, waterfalls, whitewater rivers and plenty of wildlife. There are many options for outdoor recreation in the Pisgah National Forest, including rock climbing, biking, fishing, wildlife watching, hiking and more.