Mountain Valley View Cabins

Address: 225 Mountain Valley Drive, Hot Springs, North Carolina, 28743, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 225 Mountain Valley Drive, Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs

The Perfect Day

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 11, 2015

2 comments, 24 photos

... near Cumberland Knob in North Carolina; construction in Virginia began the following February. On June 30, 1936, Congress formally authorized the project as the Blue Ridge Parkway and placed it under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service.

To get there we headed east on the I-40 so we could stop by the visitor center before we started our drive. Our plan was to drive the 80-something miles from Asheville to Cherokee, where the parkway ...

Toys are Us

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 10, 2015

5 comments, 9 photos

... the motor home to our next stop, which was to be Sevierville, Tennessee. I did some research online and was disappointed to see that taking a large RV was not recommended due to some low clearance tunnels. We are still working on the plan for tomorrow so no telling what may happen.

I have also been working on getting the air conditioner repaired and I just answered a call from the man with the information I need. I will be able ...

New Experiences!

A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 08, 2015

... after getting into a AMGA class to grow in my skills and get certified. ...which if I had the money I would until then i'm good just helping out on the rock.

Fun animal sightings.... God has been good to me over these days to the point where I got to see multiple animals. I started out by watching two cows play fight by headbutting/ ramming one another up and down a hill. I then got to see many different types of birds ...

In A Hiking State Of Mind

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Apr 21, 2015

9 photos

... wasn't unexpected, so it wasn't that bad (I even enjoy hiking in the rain, because it keeps me cool. It's stopping that makes it unpleasant). But eventually, it started storming, raining harder than it ever had since I've been on the trail. Still, not awful, since once I'm wet it really doesn't matter how hard it's raining, but the constant rain all day did get a bit annoying. I came to a campsite after about 15 miles I had thought about stopping at, but I really didn't ...

Trail Vacation

A travel blog entry by jwatson on Apr 13, 2015

12 photos

... it or it didn't register as something that might make me mad, but I just thought it was funny. There weren't any great tenting spots since I hadn't looked for any, not thinking they would come that far, so they continued another mile down the trail to Max Patch, a tall bald with great views. I had actually planned on going up Max Patch to catch the sunrise, so I set my alarm for an ungodly hour. I sat in my nice, warm hammock for a little while that morning, though, then it took ...