5 SOUTHERN CAMPING SPOTS FOR FALL
FIVE FALL CAMPING SPOTS FOR FALL
Summer is officially ending but that just means Fall camping season is beginning. We picked out 5 Southern Camping Spots to check out this fall on your next adventure
1. BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK – TEXAS.
Expansive landscapes for great hiking. There are plenty of trails and rich history to go along with this great park.
2. CATHEDRAL CAVERNS STATE PARK, ALABAMA
Wanting to take a cooler underground approach? Head to Cathedral Caverns State Park in Alabama where you can explore a ton of natural wonders. Be sure to check out the stalagmite forest and frozen waterfall.
3. STONE MOUNTAIN – GEORGIA
One of the most popular attractions in Georgia, this mountain is something the whole family can enjoy. Not only can you hike up the mountain, you can also take the Summit Skyride for a more relaxed experience.
4. FALL CREEK FALLS STATE PARK, TENNESSEE
Over 26,000 acres, this park has become one of Tennessee’s favorites. Come view this 256 ft waterfall in person and explore other great areas of the park. Feeling extra adventurous? Try the Canopy Challenge – a unique arial experience that takes you through, zip lines, rope bridges, tree climbing and plenty more.
5. CLOUDLAND CANYON STATE PARK, GEORGIA
Georgia is famous for its scenic views and this park does not disappoint. Cliffs, caves & canyons – this park has got it all. Over 90+ miles of trails you are sure to find one that fits everyones needs. You’re sure to see plenty of wildlife along your way too. Not feeling the hike? Try out one of the bike trails
So what do you think? Where are you headed this fall?