Knights Inn Rowland

14723 US Highway 301 South, Rowland, North Carolina, 28383, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 14723 US Highway 301 South, Rowland.
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Travel Blogs from Rowland

Day 6: Rain, rain go away

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 18, 2014

Day 6: Fishing at Tumbling Waters Campground & Trout Pond. $4/lb. (we caught 2 trout and paid $6). All bait and fishing gear provided. Was supposed to rent a pontoon boat from Almond Boat Dock($150/4 hours) but rained all day.

It was raining when we woke up - but we weren't going to let it stop us! We did rearrange our plans to go either tubing in Deep Creek or rafting on ...

Day 36-38 Chattahoochee National Forest

A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jul 18, 2014

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... road was two ways, but had only a few spots over the 3 miles to
share the road with another vehicle. Fortunately we were the other people
attempting to find this bridge. Rob was driving, Lynn was freaking out, and
Kelsey kept looking over at me to see if I was giving us the ok to keep
traveling deeper into the back woods….then we heard a rifle round go off! I
kept hoping and praying…don’t hit a sharp rock, don’t hit a sharp rock. Well,
we did keep ...

Day 5: Attempted a quiet, lazy day

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 17, 2014

Day 5: Hiking Appalachian Trail (at Fontana Dam). Then swim & rope swing at Cable Cove. Free.

Today was a quiet, lazy day. After sleeping in, we packed our lunches and headed to Fontana Dam to hike that section of the Appalachian Trail. We hiked for a little over an hour (the boys turned back earlier with the kids) and it was a steady uphill the whole time which was ...

Day 3: Treasure Hunting!

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 15, 2014

Day 3: Rose Creek Gem Mine, 4 buckets of dirt for $20

Rates on their website: Dig-Your-Own from the mining tunnel: 2 for $10, all refills $5 (10 refills for $45. Minor miners, 8 & under can help adults)

The mine was in Franklin, so off we went on this day's adventure. Thao ended up paying just for herself and got 2 buckets of dirt which were perfect for Mika and Esen. Phan stood back and ...

Day 2: Super duper wild tube ride

A travel blog entry by elainesj on Jul 13, 2014

... put the little ones in the creek a little lower down so they could skip the faster rapids which scared them. The rest of us loved the adrenaline rush of the first section.

The last section is pretty calm so Phan let Esen ride in his own tube and do the last section 3 or 4 times - which he loved. Before this, he sat in either Phan or Thao's lap.

While Esen was getting his rerides, ...