Posts Tagged ‘North Carolina’
Searching for a top-notch hiking adventure?? Look no further than the western Tarheel State, North Carolina. The Great Smoky Mountains, part of the Appalachian range that runs from northern Georgia to Quebec, encompasses an area which is rich in beautiful splendor as well as romance as well as activities that consists of not just hiking, but fishing, camping, whitewater rafting and more. Look into the region’s cabin rentals, settle in for the short term then put on a good pair of boots, grab a day pack along with a walking stick and start exploring!
North Carolina cabin rentals are available in close proximity to several of the state’s national parks, like Chimney Rock, Great Smoky Mountains as well as the Blue Ridge Parkway. One can learn more at http://www.nps.gov/applications/parksearch/state.cfm?st=NC , a government website page connected to Websites for all of North Carolina’s national parks.
The majority of North Carolina cabin rentals are rustic and secluded, and make for idyllic bases of operation during an outdoors hiking vacation in the state’s mountain country. There is certainly a wide variety from which to select, from comfy modest cabins for two complete with hot tubs to large facilities capable of sleeping six to ten people and are pet-friendly as well. Some of these are offered by large real estate companies, but for friendly, personalized service from real people, we suggest Vacation Rentals By Owner (http://www.VRBO.com), which is actually the preferred resource on the Internet for North Carolina cabin rentals; the website represents individual property owners who are prepared to rent out their properties to vacationers.
You might fancy being closer to the big city and its amenities however and larger cities do exist that are convenient to North Carolina’s scenic mountain country. Bed breakfasts around the city of Asheville are an excellent alternative to rustic mountain cabins for individuals who would preferably like to be closer to urban nightlife and convenience. These people can find some awesome travel and accommodation deals through the city’s official Internet site, found on the World Wide Web at http://www.exploreasheville.com/. This site has an extensive listing of the city’s accommodations and dining establishments and a list of nightclubs, theaters and other events and you’re likely to come across valuable coupons as well.
Fans of Small Town America might need to visit the quaint hill town of Mount Airy, located in North Carolina’s northwest corner. Hometown of TV actor Andy Griffith, Mount Airy was the inspiration for the fictional Mayberry, location of Griffith’s television show between 1960 and 1968.
Once you’re settled in, it’s time to explore the area and a two week vacation may not be nearly an adequate amount of time to see and do everything. Nevertheless, it is possible to plan ahead by visiting North Carolina’s official tourist site at http://www.visitnc.com. VisitNC is a source for everything associated with the Tarheel State and is the best place online to begin mapping your hiking adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains or along North Carolina’s share of the Appalachian Trail.
James Harden is part of the travel team at FindVacationRentals.com and FindBedandBreakfast.com. These directories provide detailed information on cabin rental accommodations and things to do.
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Publish Date: 05/19/2010 17:38
Family Friendly Vacations. Carnival and Norwegian cruises are geared for family vacations. Both ships have childcare for babies and while it’s not 24 hours, it covers significant chunks of time. There are kids’ programs designed for age …
Publish Date: 05/19/2010 23:31
Here’s a list of the nation’s historical hot spots (–) the five most- and least-visited monuments in 2009 (–) from National Park Service data, and all of these family-friendly trips keep you firmly grounded in the US With ancient …
Publish Date: 05/10/2010 18:05
Looking for vacation rentals for your family doesn’t have to be a hassle. Your dedicated search will payoff in the form of more space for less money than a hotel. Moms can be ahead of the game by following these basics.
Publish Date: 04/14/2010 3:35
The best family resorts in the Northeast, including Maine, New York, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania. Don’t be afraid to take the kids on a vacation with you! … Surrounded by tall pines is the family-friendly, Adirondack-style Lodge. The Lodge has a variety of room configurations that balance the importance of both family togetherness and privacy. When the sound of the rushing river (or the 32-inch flat screen TV) has lulled junior to sleep, your moonlit private porch is …
Publish Date: 05/19/2010 6:00
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