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Chimney Rock State Park
Chimney Rock State Park, which is located approximately 25 miles (40 km) from the town of Asheville, boasts miles of hiking trails and the beautiful 400-foot (120 meter) Hickory Nut Falls. Of course, the most famous destination in this state park is the more than 300-foot (90 meter) monolith known as the Chimney Rock, which boasts amazing views of surroundings. Visitors can either take the 26-story elevator or climb 500 steps — or the approximate equivalent of 31 flights of stairs — to reach the top of the Chimney. This park is relatively new, having only been authorized by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2005.
Bald Head Island
Visitors looking for a destination where the pace is slower and there are no cars should head to Bald Head Island. This island, which can only be reached by ferry from the town of Southport or by private boat, boasts 14 miles (23 km) of beaches and a laid-back atmosphere. Traveling from one spot to another on this island is by foot, bicycle or on a golf cart. The island’s 1andscapes include marshes, maritime forests and the Bald Head Island Golf Course. This island is also a turtle nesting ground and during the summer months, its Bald Head Island Conservancy hosts Turtle Walks for visitors who want to help monitor a nest for emerging babies or to watch for mothers coming ashore to nest.
Hanging Rock State Park
This lovely park, which is located close to the Winston-Salem area in the Sauratown Mountains, offers visitors over 18 miles (29 km) of trails that range from easy to difficult, and a lake that is perfect for boating, fishing and swimming. The park is also home to a number of pretty waterfalls. Hanging Rock State Park has ten cabins as well as a tent and trailer campground available for visitors who want to stay in the park. Hanging Rock State Park is famous for its stunning quartzite formations and ridges, such as the Devil’s Chimney and the eponymous Hanging Rock.