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Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest


category : Memorials
Ancient hardwood forest has been preserved as a tribute to the poet of "Trees," who was killed in action during World War I. Two-mile trail passes under enormous yellow poplars -- some over 100 feet high, 20 ft. in circumference, up to 450 years old. Wide variety of wildflowers carpet the ground under the huge, old trees.




Address:
Nantahala National Forest
Robbinsville, NC 28771
Phone: (828)479-6431
Our Email: info@grahamcountytravel.com
Our Website:www.grahamcountytravel.com

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Santeetlah RV Park & Storage

Offers full hook-ups just minutes from Lake Santeetlah; peaceful creekside setting; offer rental RVs ready to occupy; RV and boat cleaning, maintenance

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Blue Boar Inn & Cottages

Once a lodge catering to hunters of bear, boar, turkey and deer, the Inn is now a renovated, stylish, upscale country house hotel nestled in the heart of the misty Smoky Mountains and the unspoiled shores of Lake Santeetlah. Three cozy cottages available on the property.

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Tuskeegee Motel

Located near Fontana Dam, North Carolina, just a few miles from the Great Smoky Mountains. We are biker friendly and welcome vacationers whether you are hiking, biking, or driving. Citgo gas station and convenience store located on property

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Phillips Motel

Phillips Motel is capable of serving individuals, families, or large groups. We are a family owned and operated motel.

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Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center

Stecoah Valley Center provides local artisans working studios which are open for the public to visit. Classes are offered in authentic mountain crafts such as rug making, spinning, and weaving wood carving, dulcimer and other other mountain music. Culinary workshops offered 2

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