In North Carolina, you never have to travel far to experience a first.
Pisgah National Forest is contained in WNC. The forest is made of more than 500,000 acres with whitewater rivers, waterfalls, and miles of trails. The adventures are endless when it comes to this national forest. Fun fact: The Pisgah National Forest is the first tract of land purchased under the Weeks Act of 1911, an act that led to the creation of national forests in the eastern United States.
Welcome to over 100 miles of golden sand pure Atlantic salt water. Leaving the possibility for a different trip to a different island every day. Locals here feel an innate closeness to these elements and their source of livelihood. Drawn to the open spaces and natural settings that stir the soul, the chain of barrier islands that make up the Outer Banks helps to remind us of our place in the world.