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Cathedral Caverns Camping

Woodville, AL 35776 (114.931 miles)

The first thing you notice about Cathedral Caverns is the massive entrance. The huge opening measures 126 feet wide and 25 feet high. And it gets even better. Inside the cavern, you will find Big Rock Canyon, Mystery River and some of the most beautiful formations Mother Nature has ever created. Among them, you will see Stalagmite Mountain, The Frozen Waterfall and Goliath, a huge stalagmite column that reaches the ceiling of the cave some 45 feet above! Cathedral Caverns is the perfect field trip for your school, church or other group. You can visit anytime, as the cave maintains a comfortable 60-degree temperature year round.

Official Website: Cathedral Caverns

Causey Tract, Gravely WMA, Clemson University Hiking Fishing Hunting

Pickens, SC 29671 (115.363 miles)

The Causey Tract Dove Field is a 25-acre field located north of Pickens, near the junction of, SCenic Highway 11 and Sec. Rd 114. It is owned by Clemson University.

Official Website: Causey Tract, Gravely WMA, Clemson University

Glassy Mountain Heritage Preserve Hiking

Pickens, SC 29671 (115.363 miles)

One of only a few Piedmont Monadnocks in South Carolina, this unusual land form provides a spectacular view and harbors several rare plant species.

Official Website: Glassy Mountain Heritage Preserve

Table Rock State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Boating

Pickens, SC 29671 (115.363 miles)

Table Rock State Park features two lakes, a campground, mountain cabins, meeting facilities and its historic, renovated lodge.

Official Website: Table Rock State Park

Baker Creek State park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

McCormick, SC 29835 (120.213 miles)

Along with its campgrounds and lake access, Baker Creek is also known for its 10-mile mountain bike trail, where riders can test their skills as they enjoy the park’s stately pine forest. The park also is a great place to observe wildlife, including waterfowl, wild turkeys, deer and curious squirrels

Official Website: Baker Creek State park

Hickory Knob State Resort Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

McCormick, SC 29835 (120.213 miles)

A state park that offers 18 holes of lakeside championship golf, tennis, skeet shooting and archery, a swimming pool for lodge guests, full-service restaurant and meeting facilities and more than 70 lodge rooms.

Official Website: Hickory Knob State Resort Park

South Cumberland SP Hiking Camping

Monteagle, TN 37356 (121.773 miles)

South Cumberland is one of the newer Tennessee State Parks. Almost all of our park lies atop the Cumberland Plateau and, unlike most state parks, ours is made up of ten different areas located in four different counties. The Visitor Center is located between Monteagle and Tracy City on Highway 41. From here the various components of our park are managed. Visitors can also obtain information and directions from the visitor center.

Official Website: South Cumberland SP

Mistletoe State Park Hiking Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Appling, GA 30802 (122.127 miles)

Located on Clarks Hill Lake this park offers some of the finest bass fishing spots in the nation

Official Website: Mistletoe State Park

Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area Fishing Camping Biking Boating

Plum Branch, SC 29845 (123.680 miles)

Boaters and other outdoors enthusiasts can’t go wrong at Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area

Official Website: Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area

Franklin State Forest Hiking Fishing Hunting Camping Biking Horseback Boating

Sewanee, TN 37375 (123.743 miles)

The land was acquired in 1936 from the Cross Creek Coal Company and was highly degraded. Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Forestry Division assumed management of the area in 1940. The Forest is on the Cumberland Plateau and located in south-central Tennessee, in Marion and Franklin Counties. The forest is 35-40 miles west of Chattanooga. About 99% of the land is forested and about 96% of the land is in mature hardwood sawtimber and pole timber. Only about 3% of the Forest is pine.

Official Website: Franklin State Forest