Nantahala National Forest
Nantahala National Forest
4.5
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Karen R
1 contribution
En couple
Such a beautiful area, but the code enforcement needs to clean up that town! Building are collapsing, not only an eye sore but can be very dangerous is some kids got in there playing around. People’s yards, not only the backyards, but the front yards too, look like the county dump. Drove by one home, it had so much stuff on the porch, the front door couldn’t be seen at all. Old looking kerosene tanks and old cars are sitting out in people yards rusting away. So much medal there that could be recycled. As high as taxes are on the state of North Carolina, there should be a lot of resources to help clean these areas up or enforce it. And if Nantahala area doesn’t have code enforcement, they need to get some. Like I said, as high as taxes are in North Carolina, the resources are there.
Écrit le 13 mars 2022
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Allengirl5
87 contributions
En couple
I’m giving this review a 1 star because we drove 5 hours to camp here and nothing was available except RV spots. We own an off-road teardrop camper that is self sustained. The primitive camping areas are all walk in and we would not have been able to park the teardrop. There are only 3 suitable spots for a teardrop but we couldn’t even drive in because some crazy woman had the road roped off and all her little dogs running around not on leashes. There are signs everywhere that dogs must be leashed. We couldn’t report her because the ranger station was closed. Although it’s an absolutely beautiful area, it’s hard to camp there. We only stayed 1 night in an RV spot that had no view. The host camper was extremely pleasant, helpful, and friendly.
Écrit le 30 juillet 2021
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Travel_Addict_Cyprus
Michigan984 contributions
The largest of North Carolina's National Forests, the Nantahala National Forest has three districts and countless hiking trails. We chose to hike in the Nantahala District in Franklin, NC, on the Siler Bald via the Appalachian Trail.
The trail is a 3.5 mile round trip trail with a little over 1,000 in elevation gain.
The trailhead was easy to find following GPS. Soon after you start on the trail (about 150 yards from the trailhead), you will have to take a RIGHT turn and follow the white markings for the AT. It's easy to miss, and keep going straight up, so be careful. We were there in late December, and a big portion of this trail was icy. My hiking stick proved very helpful. Follow the trail into the meadow to reach Siler Bald peak. The last portion of the trail was very steep but doable.
Stunning views from up there!
Écrit le 8 janvier 2021
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Ambassador610331
36 contributions
En famille
Lots of hiking fishing and fun outdoor activities winter or summer rain or shine. Too many great experiences to post. Look forward to returning
Écrit le 4 janvier 2020
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cheryl h
Durham, Caroline du Nord57 381 contributions
We decided to drive through the Nantahala National Forest to avoid highways. At one point we decided we needed to stretch our legs when we saw the sign for Patton's Run Overlook so we decided to pull off the road into the parking lot.

It worked out great. The paved walk wasn't very long, it was very easy to walk, and the scenery was awesome. It's on the Nantahala River which is a popular whitewater rafting area that just happens to be used as an emergency stopping point for rafters. The river was really moving, had some whitewater, and was very loud. It was a perfect, scenic place to stop to stretch your legs. Keep your eyes open for the sign when you are driving through the park. Next time we are in the area I plan on taking my time to check out some of the trails and waterfalls.
Écrit le 5 septembre 2019
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ajcracer
Riverton, IL85 contributions
Another one of Mother Earths hidden gems if your a person who appreciates a forest that is pure this is a place to look into and explore I really enjoyed my visit the area I explored I was alone had the forest to myself so you are able to really enjoy the sounds of wildlife and have no human pollution if you get what I mean
Écrit le 31 août 2019
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JoeShab
Illinois136 contributions
En couple
Went through here on our way from Cherokee, North Carolina, to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Nice scenic drive, butt the pull offs are a little on the small side. Would recommend this if you are in the area.
Écrit le 12 novembre 2018
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esme2orenday
Rockford, IL25 contributions
En famille
My family attended a wedding at this location. Unfortunately a storm passed through before the scheduled wedding time and everything was pushed back. It was a very scenic place. The only downfall was that there was no cell phone service for anyone which caused problems for trying to get a hold of people and do things spur of the moment without planning.
Écrit le 10 juillet 2018
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stuart m
121 contributions
En couple
Travelled from Florida especially to do this drive around this national forest . Started on the 76 at Walhalla to Westminster, Clayton, Hiawasee, Blairsville, Young Harris, Blue Ridge, Chattsworth, Ducktown, Murphy, Hayesville then gave up. The route has virtually no pull in spots for getting pictures, this is not a good drive for tourists as your constantly trying to get a glimpse of the fantastic (I think) scenery. Take some pointers from the the blue ridge parkway now that's designed for tourists. plenty of rest stops and overlooks.
Same with the Great Smoky Mountain drive thats pretty rubbish as well although there are a few more stops mainly at towns though. Give these two drives a miss folks.
Écrit le 10 juin 2018
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rockdoctor48
Norfolk, Virginie89 contributions
En solo
The drive through the are is definitely worth doing. There are many picnic spots along the river and places to get into the river to wade or fish. Some areas have fee parking.
I saw my first Hellbender Salamander here and that made my day.
Écrit le 8 septembre 2017
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