Highlands Inn Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Highlands
... US-178 and drove north to Horse Pasture
Road and the entrance to Eastatoe Creek Heritage Preserve. We parked here, which is also a trailhead for
accessing the Foothills Trail, and hiked into the preserve following an
easy-to-follow old logging road. Along
the way, we saw several critters, including some toads, a garter snake sunning
himself on the trail, and more mushrooms.
The trail follows the old ...
... underwater). We carefully moved him off the trail and continued on to Lee Falls. The area around Lee Falls was very beautiful – almost like a tropical rainforest, even more so with the rain. Unfortunately, the wet rocks and stinging nettle made for treacherous maneuvering to get good pictures. It’s also hard to get the entire waterfall (there are two distinct streams) as well as the cascades below. We stayed here for a while, and ...
... Todd was looking for unsweetened tea.....honey, you're in the south, that's sacrilegious. I asked the male cashier if they had unsweetened tea, and he replied in a very sweet voice that we were in the south, and EVERYTHING is sweet down here....yes, he was.....
Stopped at Legends biker bar in Maggie for nachos and a few beers. First time I had ever been in that place - it's usually too crowded with more of those loud, dirty biker types....��
... Good lunch though.
I *******-out for 2 hours while Todd sat on the balcony watching the river. Didn't go to dinner; just munched on **** we got at the local gas station/hot dog joint/drug store/liquor store.
Early to bed again. I am babying my poor sun-burned face, but I think I cracked it laughing so hard at the show "Porter Ridge". A show about hill-billies - absolutely hysterical....not much on the tube down here.
... and hummingbird moths on the butterfly bushes growing outside the rest area. We arrived at camp a little bit after lunchtime and set up our tents. Once we were ready, we headed out to the Highlands area to see some waterfalls. On the way, we stopped at a Subway in Cashiers for a quick lunch and then continued onto Highlands. By the time we reached Highlands, the weather had made a turn for the worse and was starting ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking