Super 8 Spindale/Forest City/Rutherfordton
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Spindale/Forest City/Rutherfordton
Travel Blogs from Spindale
... more than a dozen other cars here. We got our stuff together and started hiking across the bridge and the parking lot that will hopefully soon be open. Almost immediately, we had to cross Catawba River. A few in the group were concerned about getting wet on this crossing so Shung stood in the middle of the river and moved some rocks around to make the crossing easier. We continued up the trail as it followed Catawba ...
... songwriter with a great country voice and he played us some recordings and then continued playing S so original songs on his guitar. Mark and his wife Mirra were kind enough to drop me off and my hotel after I had said my goodbye to Steve.
This was the last time I would see Steve for now and while I was sad to be leaving I was glad that we had spent the time together and that I discovered that he is well and truly loved and cared for in home of North ...
... to travel down to the Smoky Mountains. It was shortly before lunch when we left so on the way we stopped off at a diner by Lake Lure. I tried hush puppies (deep fried corn bread) and sweet potato fries and didn't care for either.
We were heading for the Blue Ridge Mountains (not Virginia) of North Carolina that run down the the eastern side of North America through at least five states. The area of the range we were ...
Year 2, Day 115-116 Lake Lanier with Nancy. We headed down from our Campground to Tryon and Lake Lanier with some time with our friend from Hilton Head Island, who has relocated to a lovely paradise in the lakes and mountainous region of SW North Carolina.
We relaxed on the deck overlooking the water and Nancy and I took a nice kayak ride to one end of ...
... very top as the rest of us. But, hey, whatever you feel comfortable with I guess.
History of Chimney Rock:
The land (64) acres was acquired by Dr. Lucius Morse (1n 1902) - he was searching for a more temperate climate. Once here, he saw the potential of Chimney Rock and opened it up to the public. The family remained on the property for over 100 years. In 2007 ...