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Posted: 12/30/21 10:25am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

On our trip through Georgia we visited a number of waterfalls and enjoyed them. We plan a "waterfall themed" trip this year for our big road-trip.

Are there must-see waterfalls we should include in our itinerary? I know of one in Alabama that's on the list.

What are your plans for themed road-trips this year?


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If you will be travelling the Blue Ridge, there are a couple in NC, as well as crabtree falls in Nelson county va.


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Finger lakes, NY especially Watkins Glen. Letchworth State Park, NY

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If you get as far north as PA, my favorite state park is Rickets Glen. 21 waterfalls along a 6 mile trail. 2 campgrounds (dry camping) bathroom with hot showers.

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https://explorebrevard.com/the-great-outdoors/waterfalls/

Check this out,Western North Carolina is really nice to visit. We spent 4 nights near Brevard and loved all the scenery.

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Cumberland falls in Cumberland falls s p my. It’s the only place in the country that has a “ moon bo “ , but you have to be there at the right time of the month.

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White Water Falls. Falls are in SC/NC but you view them from NC. Highest water falls east of the Rockies.

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Not this year, but a couple of years ago, us and another couple had in lower Missouri & northern Arkansas a spring fall trip. Where we took in as many water falls as we could find. Then in the fall we hasd our, yep, our fall spring trip, seeing springs in the area.


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Themed trips , many years ago we started visiting places that were mentioned in country songs . We have visited " a tombstone every mile " in Maine , Wolfcreek Pass , we have crossed the Brazos at Waco , seen the girls in Kansas City ,saw the alley at the Alamo and several others

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