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Showing 16-30 of 36 Nature Resorts
Escape to an oasis of wilderness at the Museum of Life and Science! Observe the bears, discover the dino path, dig for fossils in the dirt from Aurora, and see every color in nature’s palette at the Butterfly House.... more
Miles of hiking trails, wildlife, five beautiful waterfalls, and the incomparable Dan River are but a few of the area attractions near Southwyck. Flying through the trees with Carolina Ziplines Canopy Tours is another way to cement this unforgettable journey in memories and photo books forever.... more
Nearby are wonderful parks featuring walking and biking trails and serene picnic areas by the ponds and lakes of the parks. A short drive will take you to the historic city of Winston-Salem, the Asheboro Zoo, Seagrove Pottery, and the outlet center in Burlington, North Carolina.... more
Nearby Lake Norman is your outdoor getaway to the lake just a short jaunt away from the sounds and lights of the beautiful Queen City. Go hiking, biking, canoeing, and kayaking at this scenic local attraction.... more
With almost 3 acres of land to wander around in, you can sit in the shade or the sun and watch the fish in the water garden. You can check out the gardens or you can just relax on the front porch.... more
Visit the four-acre outdoor center the Riverway Adventure and Educational Center on the Lumber River, perfect for family outings or romantic picnics while visiting Lumberton. Riverwalk is also a perfect stop for bird watching or taking a scenic hike along the Lumber River.... more
Pittsboro is in the center of Chatham County, the heart of North Carolina, equidistant from the mountains and the beaches. It is centrally located with respect to Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Southern Pines, Seagrove, and Asheboro. Within an hour's drive there are sixty-six things to do!... more
Tanglewood Park is Forsyth County's largest park, encompassing 1,100 acres. You will love to escape to some of the parks many amenities including an aquatic center, two golf courses, horse stables, tennis courts, and more!... more
The Daniel Boone National Forest embraces some of the most rugged terrain west of the Appalachian Mountains. Come to hike, camp, picnic, rock climb, boat, hunt, fish, ride, target shoot, and to just relax.... more
Get close to wildlife and walk among free-flying butterflies in Butterfly Pavilion, observe live animals in Creature Cavern, buzz by Insect Alley, or just hang out in the big backyard of the Charlotte Nature Museum. Then fly on over to the Carolina Raptor Center to learn about all the beautiful birds of prey.... more
Catch the mountain breezes blowing up from the Blue Ridge Mountains or watch the spectacular sunsets against the Carolina blue sky from the wide porch overlooking the original terraced gardens and columned pergola. Whether you are looking for antiques or wanting to fly fish, it’s all here in the Piedmont area, with activities to attract every... more
Hike the many trails through a virgin land where deer, bear and other forest creatures play. The vista from your private porch or the dining room affords today's modern man a feeling of quiet peace and reawakening to the delicate beauty that is unspoiled land.... more
For the non-rider, fishing in the pre-stocked fishing ponds or hike through 380 acres of land promoting native wildlife and flowers. Nearby Kerr Lake boasts premium fishing, boating, sailing, and swimming. Kerr Lake Country Club also welcomes guest golfers.... more
Great Wolf Lodge springs to life with exciting Northwoods activities. Cub Club teaches kids about nature and wildlife through interactive programs like Bugs on a Rug and Backyard Birdies. Your children will sit mesmerized by the Great Clock Tower - where animals come to life with songs of nature.... more
Wistful wisteria ushers in the season at the beautiful Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden in this Southern star of North Carolina’s Heartland. Charlotte is bursting with blooms, entertainment, and recreational activities to keep the most avid traveler satisfied. Hike over to Crowders Mountain State Park or spend a rainy day at the Schiele Museum.... more