Only you can prevent wildfires.– Smokey Bear
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”John Muir
A forest haven awaits at Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee, where you can enjoy the pursuit of wildlife, the thrill of whitewater, or of course, solitude on a backcountry trail like the once pictures.
The 650,000-acre forest is the largest tract of public land in Tennessee, and the perfect spot for exploring.
Take a day tour or stay over night, there are options for every kind of explorer through the link in our bio. – Recreation.gov
No matter what the weather, fall is an invigorating time to be riding on dirt.
Tsali Recreation Area, North Carolina
“Though some trails within the Nantahala National Forest are closed to bikes, the Tsali singletrack trails are nationally known for great mountain biking and generally rated as moderately difficult. Tsali (Sah-lee) Recreation Area’s four-loop system offers a variety of landscapes, and offer alternating days for mountain bikes and horses, so check before you go. You can climb one-foot wide rugged paths or travel flat, wide roads. Tsali’s trails meander through mixed pine and hardwoods on a peninsula stretching into Fontana Lake.”
– Kristi Bray, Recreation.gov
On a brisk January morning, I went whale watching from my favorite neighborhood “crow’s nest” on the end of 79th Ave N. at Grande Dunes shore, in Myrtle Beach, SC.
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Not only did I see a beautiful humpback whale, I captured a few glimpses on video.
10 South Carolina destinations you should visit if you’re looking for fall colors
Poinsett State Park: Often referred to as “The Mountains of the Midlands, ” this park yields some of the most unique natural sightings in the park system, especially along the Palmetto trail. Hiking and biking trails wind through the entire park, and Poinsett’s 10-acre lake can be used for fishing and johnboat rentals.The Island Packet, Hilton Head, SC
“When the sun comes up in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina it’s just the beginning of an amazing day!”VisitMyrtleBeach.com
” What a well-timed golden hour shot!!“Little River Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center
“Looks like a replica of the state flag kind of morning in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina!”VisitMyrtleBeach.com