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Scenic Drives

Blue Ridge Parkway

• America’s favorite and most visited parkway

• Legendary views from elevations above sea level of 5,000 and even

6,000 feet

• Many points of interest along the parkway for the entire family to


• Runs for just over 469miles, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia to Cherokee, NC

• 26 tunnels to navigate through, causing this byway to be closed in

the winter months due to ice

Bull Pen Road

• Scenic drive of 8.3 miles gravel/paved road connecting Horsecove

Road in Highlands, NC and Hwy 107 in Cashiers, NC

• Multiple activities along this scenic and secluded road include:

Hiking, Camping, Fishing and Swimming

• Access to the wild and scenic Chattooga River

• Gateway to “Ellicott Rock Wilderness” where ‘Commissioners Rock’

and ‘Ellicott Rock’ can be found marking where the borders of North

Carolina, Georgia and South Carolina all meet in the same location

From downtown Highlands, take Main Street east out of town (past

Mountain Fresh Grocery on the right) to Horse Cove Road (Main

Street turns into Horse Cove Road). Travel 4.5 miles to a fork in the

road. To the left will be Whiteside Cove Road and to the right will be

Bull Pen Road. Take the right onto the gravel Bull Pen Road.

Forest Road 67-Standing Indian Basin

approximately 35 mi/1 hr from Highlands, NC

• Numerous points of interest for the entire family located just off of FR 67

• Campgrounds, hiking trails, waterfalls, fishing, swimming holes,

horseback riding and more

• Three separate campgrounds within the area: Standing Indian

Campground, Kimsey Creek Group Camp and Hurricane Creek

Primitive Campground and Horse Camp (outdoor stables)

9 am - 6 pm Daily

16 Church Street, Highlands, NC

Call 828-526-9887 to Book.