Spend Three Days At Three Waterfall Swimming Holes On This Weekend Road Trip In North Carolina
We certainly love a good road trip around here! Scenery, snacks and singing in the car all make for a great time. The only thing we don’t like about a road trip in North Carolina is the price of gas. An ideal trip allows for a full weekend away, but won’t drain the tank – or your wallet. This weekend family trip includes just 31 miles of driving over three days. Nonetheless, it leads to some of the best waterfall swimming holes in the state. Come along with us as we detail three days and two nights spent tracking down and exploring some extraordinarily fun spots in the wilds of the Tar Heel State. And, to help prepare you for the journey check out our Road Trip Essentials Packing List & Guide!
Love a good road trip in North Carolina? Who says they need to go on for hundreds of miles to be fun? Take this short, 31-mile road trip to three waterfall swimming holes in North Carolina this summer and watch some wonderful new memories unfold before your eyes.
Plan another weekend waterfall swimming hole adventure around a visit to Hunt Fish Falls in North Carolina, too!
Address: Hooker Falls, North Carolina 28768, USA
Address: Sliding Rock, North Carolina 28768, USA
Address: Skinny Dip Falls Trailhead, Blue Ridge Pkwy, Canton, NC 28716, USA
Address: Davidson River Campground Drive, Davidson Riv Campground Dr, North Carolina 28768, USA
Address: Pilot Cove, North Carolina 28768, USA
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Road Trips in North Carolina
December 06, 2022
What are the best road trips through North Carolina?
The best road trips through North Carolina lead to some truly fun activities, scenery and history. Here are some of our favorites:
This list of road trips should take you through each season, but if you have some time left over don’t forget to explore this road trip through the most picturesque small towns.
What are the best day trips in North Carolina?
The best day trips in North Carolina offer a great way to see the state without needing to take significant time away from your day-to-day life. And, each season offers something truly unique. In the winter, consider day trips to places like Shoji Spa and Lodge in Asheville or Beech Mountain, known as the snowiest town in the state. When the snow clears it’s time to prepare for some warmer weather daylong road trips in North Carolina. The 138-mile Outer Banks Scenic Byway is truly magnificent. For a great fall day trip try Winston-Salem Quarry Park or something even simpler like apple picking. Consider all the many fall day trip options when the leaves begin to change.
Robin Jarvis is a travel writer and editor for OnlyInYourState.com with a bachelor's degree in Journalism. Her love for travel has taken her to many parts of the world. She's lived in the Carolinas for nearly three decades and currently resides in Charleston. When she's not working, she loves to cook with friends and check out new adventures. General questions and FAM tours: email@example.com.