Dupont State Forest
Wonderful for hiking to see dozens of waterfalls, go for a swim in the river or the small lakes (Lake Julia is our favorite) or Mountain Bike our nationally recognized trails. A map of DuPont is available in the welcome folder located in the barn. Our favorite spots? Bridal Veil Falls -…
Some of the best riding around and still beginner accessible. Ridgeline is a must ride trail but if you are felling good head over to Cornmill Shoals and ride Burnt and Big Rock for two more iconic trails.
Trails for all uses. Mountain Bike trails for beginners, or riders looking to warm up before they hit the Pisgah Trails.
Easy acesses to trails and several waterfalls near Brevard. Parts of "The Hunger Games" filmed here.
Adventurous place for hiking, mountain biking and viewing some spectacular water falls
One of Anna's favorites. Go visit Triple Falls and see where the original Hunger Games was filmed. This state forest easily packs 'em in on weekends so park carefully and be mindful of others on the trails. And - ALWAYS - pack it in, take it out.
Great hiking and epic mountain biking. Many waterfalls in a close area to see!
30 min away: easy-moderate trails Tripple Falls High falls Hooker Falls Small Covered Bridge A mountain bikers paradise!
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Outdoor Event Space
“An amazing facility to tour and enjoy, it truly is Willy Wonka's beer factory. From the amazing history to the cool facility you will enjoy some time spent here. ”
“Flat Rock Playhouse, the State Theatre of North Carolina, enriches lives through the art of theatre by sustaining production excellence, nurturing talent, and inspiring creativity in a safe haven for artistic vision, life-long learning and creative risk. They normally offer top quality productions year round, however, they have closed for the remainder of 2020 due to Covid. If you visit in 2021, be sure to check and see if they are back in production, because a performance at the Playhouse is well worth the price of admission!”
“A National Historic site, Sandburg's home from 1945 through his death in 1967. Visit the famous goat dairy, the home itself, and several miles of beautiful trails including a nice walk up to the viewpoint on Glassy Mountain.”
“Book you reservations ahead of time! Gorgeous home, gardens, walking trails, Village with farm animals and lots of good restaurants”