View Towering Trees In Excess Of 450 Years Old In This Virgin Old-Growth Forest In North Carolina

Nowhere else in North Carolina can you bear witness to an old-growth forest quite like the one found at Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest in Robbinsville. In fact, it may be the oldest virgin timber in all of the Appalachian Mountains. Step inside for a walk through and find out just how special this tract of land is.

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The forest is open to the public year-round. It’s rarely crowded. Learn more about it from the official Forest Service website right here.

For a place to hunker down and call home while you’re in Robbinsville, check out these cool treehouses by the river. And don’t pass up the chance to drive the challenging Tail of the Dragon while you’re in the area!

Address: 5410 Joyce Kilmer Rd, Robbinsville, NC 28771, USA