Standing Indian Campground

Address: 3829 West Old Murphy Road, Franklin, North Carolina, 28734, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 3829 West Old Murphy Road, Franklin.
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      Travel Blogs from Franklin

      Enloe Creek Falls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 25, 2014

      ... 8217;s not shown on any maps. But this time, I had a GPS waypoint and we were determined to get it. We started off by hiking up Hyatt Ridge Trail. It was still cold when we started our hike and I was wearing a sweatshirt to stay warm. Hyatt Ridge Trail is quite steep and it wasn’t long before I paused to delayer. The trail leads for just under two miles to the intersection with Enloe Creek Trail and ...

      Deep Creek Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 24, 2014

      ... a lot of time here. A couple quick pictures and then we headed back to the car and started making our way towards Smokemont. We stopped for fast food in Bryson City and then continued past Cherokee to Smokemont Campground. After finding the group sites, we set up our tent as darkness began to fall on the mountains. Once we were set up, we made some drinks and socialized around the campfire before heading to ...

      Snowbird Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 24, 2014

      ... main trail, we continued on to the next creek crossing, where Big Snowbird and Middle Falls Trail (#64A) split. Both trails lead to Middle Falls, but Big Snowbird Trail has a number of creek crossings. So we opted to take the dry route and follow Middle Falls Trail. Initially, the trail is a very steep ascent up to a ridgeline above the creek, then levels off. It was about another mile to Middle Falls ...

      Franklin Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

      ... trail, it took us about fifteen minutes to reach the nice 60-foot waterfall. It is named for Rufus Morgan, a reverend from the area who loved the Southern Appalachian mountains and hiked to Mount LeConte up until his 90s. We got some pictures at the waterfall, then finished the loop out back to the car, for a total of about a mile. We then backtracked to Wayah Road and continued on this road, past Nantahala Lake and Nantahala River Gorge. We turned right ...

      Highlands Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 20, 2014

      ... steep scramble path up to the top. We climbed up here and followed a faint path upstream a short ways to Upper Silver Run Falls, a nice 15-foot cascading waterfall. After a few pictures, we headed back. Climbing back down the cliff, we got a couple of curious looks from others who were at the lower waterfall. Then we continued on NC-107, turning right on Bull Pen Road, which becomes Forest Service Road 1178, and going about four ...