The Remarkable History of Judaculla Rock In North Carolina Spans From Ancient Times To Modern Day

If you find yourself seeking out places to escape the crowds lately, then why not take a little road trip sealed safely within the comforts of your own vehicle until you reach your destination – out of doors, of course? Located deep within the folds of western North Carolina’s mountains, there’s a boulder covered in ancient petroglyphs. It’s steeped in Native American lore, whispers of the paranormal, and even UFO sightings. And most of all, it’s never crowded.

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Have you visited Judaculla yet? Maybe now is a great time to go!

For more ways to avoid crowded places in the Tar Heel State, here are 10 more perfect destinations in North Carolina that are away from the crowds.

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Address: 552 Judaculla Rock Rd, Cullowhee, NC 28723, USA