Nestled deep in the woods, this is the perfect place to enjoy nature. Here you can see a majestic mountain range peeking out from the gently rolling landscape of the Piedmont. The park includes elevations up to 3,000 feet, a waterfall dropping 80 feet and more than 40 miles of trails. Whether trout fishing, mountain biking or picnicking, a number of activities are available. Visit one of the state's most rugged parks. Hike the trail to High Shoals Falls to witness the roar of the waterfall as it pours into a large pool. Backpack through the woodlands for primitive camping. Fish for trout in miles of mountain streams, or bicycle along the 17-mile mountain-bike loop.
Camping options include tent, trailer and RV camping; backpack camping and even equestrian camping. Visit our website for camping specifics. Please call the toll-free number for reservations.