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Stayed at Carolina Landing RV resort. This is a Thousand Trails resort. The overall look and feel is not so good. Grounds are unkempt, pool is already closed. No tv channels, no cable etc. Wifi at the clubhouse only. First site we attempted to hook up at had reverse polarity at the electric box.. Decided not to stay here for the full 3 weeks we had reserved. While here we spent the day out ...
... water flow was creating lots of spray and nearly
hurricane-force winds. This definitely
didn’t help with pictures, but nonetheless, this is definitely one of the most
impressive waterfalls I’ve ever seen.
When I walked up the rocks to get a little closer (without the camera,
of course), I ended up getting completely drenched, more so than from all the
rain we had ...
... a ton of graffiti on the rock. Although most of it is kind of trashy, there
were a couple of spots of graffiti that were actually artistic. We walked around, checking out the different
tags and love notes, and then headed back to the car. When we got to Caesars Head, the ranger told
us that we were actually camping at Jones Gap State Park. The two are connected as the Mountain Bridge
Wilderness Area. But it would be ...
... but a heavy downpour. Since the sun was out when we had started, we had not brought rain gear for this hike. Worrying about my non-waterproof camera, I ran quickly back to the trailhead and took shelter under the sign until everyone was back and ready to go. We continued on Oconee Station Road to Jumping Branch Road and looked for our turn. We were supposed to turn on FS715A, but we didn’t see it, so we turned on FS715. This was a ...
... Linda added that she enjoyed meeting the young men at the rafting company (they were all college students, the owners are teachers in the local school system) and the two women who shared the raft with us.
Unbelievable, our expenses for this trip per person was around $308 plus our own personal ...