Hampton Inn & Suites Dobson

150 Charlestowne Drive, Dobson, North Carolina, 27017, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 150 Charlestowne Drive, Dobson, is near Old Log Church and Shelton Vineyards.
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    Travel Blogs from Dobson

    Doughton Park Hike

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 26, 2014

    18 photos

    ... 2 hours to get up to the top and once here, we made a short detour to Brinegar Cabin, following the Mountains-to-Sea Trail. This historic cabin was built around 1880 by Martin Brinegar, who lived here with his wife Caroline and their family until the 1930s. Next to the cabin was a garden and a young lady was getting bridal photos taken here. We took a quick stop in the cabin to see an old loom and other historic artifacts ...

    The long road to New York...

    A travel blog entry by stephyvilchis on Dec 19, 2013

    1 photo

    After almost a year of planning and preparation, we are on highway 77 - stuck in horrific traffic right now driving into West Virginia. Of course, we all have to use the bathroom and there is nothing around us for many miles. After the quick typical last minute packing of the Vilchis family and checking to ...

    Quartzite Mountains to the East of the Blue Ridge

    A travel blog entry by sabbatical on Nov 11, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... interpretation at the top of the mountain and the trail head and I was surprised there was not at least a temporary sign up about the fire-since it was so noticeable and the perfect teachable moment about fires and fire policy as well as the ecology of fire.

    Pilot Mountain was forest mapped by Thomas Jefferson's father. This was an interesting connection for us that linked us with Charlottesville. The Settlers of the area were the Moravians, and the Saura Indians..
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    "Baked" Apple Festival

    A travel blog entry by naomi.hatchell on Oct 05, 2013

    14 photos

    The heat. Oh, so hot! The sun displayed its strength on the first Saturday of October. How could it be 86 degrees in the foothills of North Carolina? The humid day did not stop those gathering to celebrate the Brushy Mountain Apple Festival.

    And the people. Oh, so many people! This quiet little town roared to life on this day with thousands packing in the downtown streets. The little tents offered unique items ...

    Early Fall Color at Hanging Rock

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Oct 05, 2013

    13 photos

    ... hills, a contrast to the previous section that was narrow, steep, and rocky. This stretch continued for about a mile and half until we came out on some bluffs overlooking Indian Creek. Thick foliage prevented good views, but we were a good distance above the creek below. Past here, the trail turned steep again and there were four more stream crossings before coming out at the trail’s northern terminus at the Dan ...