Take A Ride Down A Waterfall Sliding Board In The Pisgah National Forest In North Carolina

Feel like a kid all over again with a visit to North Carolina’s waterfall sliding board. Sliding Rock, as it’s called, is a 60-foot natural water slide in the forest near Brevard. The waterfall is a popular attraction that’s operated 365 days a year, with lifeguards on duty from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

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Going in the summer? Put this adventure on your list for early in the day. When the parking area is full, you’ll either be asked to wait or to come back later in the day. Learn more, including hours of operation, from the Sliding Rock page on the U.S. National Forest website.

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Address: Sliding Rock, Brevard, NC 28768, USA