Banner Haven B&B and Cabin Rentals
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Monday morning, we woke up and broke camp. After breakfast, we got on the Blue Ridge Parkway from NC-181 and starting heading southbound towards Crabtree Falls. About half-way there, we made a quick stop for pictures from Heffner Gap Overlook and then proceeded to Crabtree Falls. Sadly, the campground was closed as well as all the other amenities, likely due to budget ...
... we made the hike back to our car. It was still early in the afternoon, so we headed over to the Mortimer Campground and drove to the back for one more short hike. It rained a bit on the ride over, but had stopped by the time we parked. We hiked along Thorps Creek Trail (#279) for less than a quarter-mile to see the Waterfall on Thorps Creek. This is a small, but very scenic waterfall with three distinct drops, followed by a slide that was also ...
... third time this summer. We climbed up onto some rocks near the base and ate half of our subs for a late lunch while enjoying the view of this waterfall. It’s a rather interesting waterfall. The water flows down a cliff face about 25 feet in two streams and then tumbles under and around a bunch of moss-covered boulders. In a few places, the water appears to be seeping out of the moss. It’s hard to get a good picture, though. The ...
... several days to spend in Boone NC with Zack and Alicia! We spent some time in Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine and loved it. Hiking, canoeing, biking on the carriage trails, eating lobster, and enjoying a sunset sail boat cruise all made for a great experience. We drove skyline drive through Shenandoah National Park in VA and then the Blue Ridge Parkway to NC. Its been such a beautiful ...
Today we drove many hours to Secluded Valley RV Campground in Newland, NC.
So that means we drove through Va., Ky., and into N.C.! What should have been 5 hours was a bit longer. Our GPS on our phones kept giving us different info, then they would reset themselves and send us in the opposite ...