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Russell Cave NM Hiking

3729 County Road 98 Bridgeport, AL 35740 (103.271 miles)

Little River is unique because it flows for most of its length atop Lookout Mountain in northeast Alabama. Forested uplands, waterfalls, canyon rims and bluffs, pools, boulders, and sandstone cliffs offer settings for a variety of recreational activities. Natural resources and cultural heritage come together to tell the story of the Preserve, a special place in the Southern Appalachians.

Official Website: Russell Cave NM

Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Calhoun Falls, SC 29628 (103.407 miles)

Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area sits astride several pine-covered points jutting into Lake Russell, one of the least-developed large reservoirs in South Carolina

Official Website: Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area

Devils Fork State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Salem, SC 29676 (103.932 miles)

Spot a loon or a rambling black bear. Fish for trout in a deep, clear mountain lake. Hike through the glorious spring bloom of rhododendrons.

Official Website: Devils Fork State Park

Talladega National Forest - Talladega District Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Talladega, AL 35160 (104.377 miles)

The Talladega National Forest is divided into three Ranger Districts:  Oakmulgee District lies in the central part of the state, south of Tuscaloosa County in Hale, Tuscaloosa, Bibb, Perry, Chilton and Dallas Counties.  The Shoal Creek and Talladega Districts are located in the northeastern part of the state in Cherokee, Calhoun, Cleburne, Talladega and Clay Counties.  The Talladega and Shoal Creek Divisions of Talladega National Forest topography is comprised of upland hills and low mountains with predominantly moderately steep slopes.  Oakmulgee Division of Talladega National Forest consists of level to moderately sloping, broad ridges with stream terraces and broad floodplains.

Official Website: Talladega National Forest - Talladega District

Nantahala National Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Franklin, NC 28734 (104.616 miles)

Welcome to the Nantahala National Forest. This forest lies in the mountains and valleys of southwestern North Carolina. Elevations in the Nantahala National Forest range from 5,800 feet at Lone Bald in Jackson County to 1,200 feet in Cherokee County along Hiwassee River below Appalachian Lake Dam.

Official Website: Nantahala National Forest

Little Ocmulgee State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

McRae, GA 31005 (104.979 miles)

Located off Hwy 441 this Park provides a wide varity of amenties including an 18 hole golf course

Official Website: Little Ocmulgee State Park

Keowee WMA Hiking Fishing Hunting

Central, SC 29630 (106.462 miles)

Small game hunting is allowed primarily from late December until March. Archery season for deer is October 1-- December 22. The limit is 4 deer, but not more than two bucks. No gun hunting for deer is allowed on Keowee WMA

Official Website: Keowee WMA

Fort Loudoun SP Hiking Fishing Boating

Vonore, TN 37885 (108.223 miles)

This 1,200-acre site is the location of one of the earliest British fortifications on the western frontier, built in 1756. Nearby were the principal towns of the Cherokee Nation including Tenase, namesake of our state, and Tuskegee, birthplace of the genius Sequoyah. There are connecting trails at the park. They may be hiked separately or together. Combined they cover approximately 5 miles. These trails are not difficult at a reasonable pace and they offer many opportunities for wildlife viewing. Hiking for the less adventuresome can be provided through the use of asphalt trails meandering through the picnic areas.

Official Website: Fort Loudoun SP

Elijah Clark State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Lincolnton, GA 30817 (108.902 miles)

Located on the Western Shore of Clarks Hill Lake this park offers boating, skiing, lake swimming, and miniature golf

Official Website: Elijah Clark State Park

Hamburg State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Mitchell, GA 30820 (111.510 miles)

Hamburg Park offers a wonder mix of history and recreation along with a working water grist mill.

Official Website: Hamburg State Park