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

      ... thin streams of water on the right side with a delicate, stringy look. It was really beautiful. We climbed out on the rocks to get some pictures then headed back. We continued up Big Cove Road back into Great Smoky Mountains National Park and parked at the trailhead for Hyatt Ridge Trail. Our goal was Enloe Creek Falls. We tried unsuccessfully to get this waterfall two years ago. There’s no trail to the falls ...

      Deep Creek Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 24, 2014

      ... and started heading back east, stopping near Bryson City. We headed to the Deep Creek area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park to hike the short three-waterfall loop. We started off along the Deep Creek Trail heading upstream along its namesake creek. In just a couple of minutes, we passed Tom Branch Falls, which flows into the creek. The waterfall is pretty high, probably around 80 feet, but ...

      Snowbird Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 24, 2014

      Friday morning, we broke camp, and headed towards the Snowbird Backcountry Area in the Cheoah Ranger District of Nantahala National Forest. From US-129, we turned onto NC-143 passing Santeetlah Lake and then turning on Big Snowbird Road. Eventually, this road becomes gravel Forest Service Road 75 and ends at the trailhead. Along the way, we passed an extremely large hunting party - around 15 or so trucks ...

      Franklin Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 23, 2014

      ... We tried to find the nearby Mooney Falls, but didn’t have any luck finding the trailhead, so we continued on. Back at US-64, we went east for a short ways and got on Wayah Road. In about 6 miles, we turned left on Forest Service Road 388 (Boardtree Road). This road isn’t listed on the GPS and it though we were driving off road. But there was a road here and we followed it about 2 miles to the trailhead for Rufus Morgan Falls Trail (#27). ...

      Highlands Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 20, 2014

      ... It’s a short walk to this huge 70-foot waterfall and not surprisingly, there were a lot of people here. The name Dry Falls comes from the fact that normally, you can walk behind the waterfall and stay dry. The water level seemed to be up a bit and I got misted walking behind the falls. Not always so dry. After some pictures from different angles, we headed back through Highlands to Cashiers and had dinner and drinks ...