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Camping in North Carolina
Experience the beauty of the Tarheel State when you plan a camping trip in North Carolina. There's a unique getaway in every corner of the state, with 41 state parks and 10 national parks and diverse terrain from mountain tops to over 320 miles of coastline.
What is the best season for camping in North Carolina?
If you’re planning a camping trip to North Carolina, late spring through early fall is the best. Last fall is recommended for anyone interested in experiencing fall foliage landscapes. Winter camping is more suited for seasoned camping enthusiasts, as the weather can be a bit chilly.
What are some must-do outdoor activities in North Carolina?
There are some wonderful things to go and sites to see in North Carolina! From hiking the Appalachian Trail to watersports on the coastline, North Carolina has something for everyone’s speed.
What are the top events and festivals in North Carolina?
North Carolina has great festivals throughout the year. Most notable are North Carolina Brewers and Music Festival in Huntersville, Island of Lights Festival in Carolina Beach, and the Carolina Balloonfest in Statesville.
What are the best state and national parks to visit in North Carolina?
Great Smoky Mountains National Park extends into North Carolina and offers free entrance to Great Smoky. Chimney Rock State Park and Gorges State Park both top the list of the state’s best parks with spectacular views and incredible hiking and mountain biking trails.
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