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Mid Atlantic

Camping and Hiking Trip to Virginia's Peaks of Otter Campground, Blue Ridge Parkway

From the Peaks of Otter Campground, Virginia, a visitor can easily explore the iconic mountains of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Sharp Top, along with Flat Top and Harkening Hill, make up the namesake three "Peaks of Otter." Escape the bustle and experience an amazing hiking and camping trip.
Southeast

Tennessee Roan Mountain State Park Camping and Hiking Trip

Situated in the midst of the gorgeous Appalachian Mountains, Tennessee's Roan Mountain State Park offers a variety of outdoor activities to delight any visitor to the area. Not only hiking, mountain biking, swimming, and fishing, this Tennessee state park's attractions also include the historic Miller Farmstead and the celebrated Roan Mountain Rhododendron Festival.
Southeast

Camping and Hiking Adventure to Davidson River Campground, North Carolina

Camping at Davidson River Campground, in North Carolina's Pisgah National Forest, offers plenty of outdoor opportunities including hiking, tubing, and fishing. Located only a couple of miles from the charming mountain town of Brevard, campers have easy access to restaurants, groceries, and other town amenities.
Northeast

Hike the Beehive Trail at Acadia National Park, Maine

When you find your way up to the glorious summit of the Beehive Trail in Acadia National Park, Maine, realize that a million years ago it was under 10,000 ft of water which explains a lot about the formations. Most of the exposed surfaces are smooth and the fissures have been gracefully carved by a millennia of rushing Atlantic tides.
Northeast

Camping and Hiking at Woodland Valley Campground in New York's Catskill Mountains

The beloved children's book, "My Side of the Mountain," inspired this Catskill Mountain destination as part of our camping and hiking road trip through the northeastern United States. Around 700,000 acres have been set aside as "forever wild" by the State of New York. Woodland Valley Campground, one of their oldest public parks, made an excellent choice for us to explore the Catskills region.
Southeast

Camping and Hiking Morrow Mountain State Park, North Carolina

With access to Lake Tillery and situated in the midst of the ancient Uwharrie Mountain Range, Morrow Mountain State Park, with over 4700 acres in western North Carolina, makes a perfect destination for camping, hiking, and paddling.
Southeast

North Carolina’s Stone Mountain State Park: A Camping and Hiking Adventure

East of the Blue Ridge Parkway, a massive monadnock dome towers 600 feet over the surrounding land in its namesake park, Stone Mountain State Park. Another gem in the North Carolina state park system, Stone Mountain makes for a glorious camping and hiking adventure – even in the dead of winter.
Southeast

Goose Creek State Park Cabin Getaway

Running along the lower Pamlico River in eastern North Carolina, Goose Creek State Park has added 6 cabins to their camping lineup.  Glamping awaits in all of its heated and air conditioned glory.

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