Days Inn & Suites Hickory
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of Days Inn & Suites Hickory
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn & Suites Hickory
Travel Blogs from Hickory
At this point, everybody was ready to quit. But Sandy and I are true waterfall heroes and we weren't done yet. So the two of us, continued heading east and got off I-40 in Morganton and headed to South Mountains State Park. Fall color was peaking at these lower elevations, so it wasn’t surprising that the park was very crowded. ...
... it - and they were equally surprised that I knew it; a gospel song from around 1877. Very special!
About 10 minutes after leaving there I was in North Carolina and on the other side of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Lots of tight curves and steep grades to get down to the valley floor and then I was on another freeway, but again it wasn’t bad! Who knows why? Maybe these last few freeways have ...
... spent several days reacquainting with an old Air Force room mate from Denver, CO. It had been over 40 years since we had seen each other. We went to dinner at a local favorite, Big Daddy's and met Trish and Don for a great seafood feast. The rest of our stay was all about NASCAR! We visited many of the garage shops and took a couple tours. It was all really ...
... of a “high trail” that bypasses two of the stream crossings on Gragg Prong, so we could keep our feet dry heading back. On the last stream crossing, we were able to rock-hop across. Margo just waded across in the water, but Willie, the rescue hunting dog, didn’t want to get his feet wet, so he actually rock-hopped across following where Sandy had stepped. I had never seen a dog rock-hop before and was quite ...
Sunday morning, we were determined to go back and get the waterfalls on Gragg Prong, but today we would be heading in from the other side. We drove to the Blue Ridge Parkway and spotted a turkey in the road. We stopped briefly for a picture then got off the parkway at Roseboro Road to head into the Wilson Creek area. This gravel road eventually becomes FR 981 and leads to a parking area for Lost Cove Trail (#262). There were quite ...