- TripBuzz found 85 things to do with kids in or near Pisgah Forest, North Carolina, including 73 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hendersonville, Asheville, Brevard and Waynesville.
- From Davidson River Outfitters to Cascade Lake Recreation Area & Campground, the Pisgah Forest area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Waterfalls, Rock Climbing, Hiking Trails and Camping Site.
- A short distance from Asheville, Pisgah Forest is a popular resort and retirement community. Also an ideal location for outdoorsmen, it is within close proximity of a national forest with waterfalls, a swimming hole and several hiking trails. Other things to do in Pisgah Forest include fishing, paddle boarding, camping and nature watching.
Known for its fly fishing services, Davidson River Outfitters offers guided fishing tours of the regional rivers of the Southern Appalachians. The shop also hosts instructional classes where visitors can learn how to fly tie and build rods.
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1679 Little River Campground Road, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768 MoreLess Info
Guests can enjoy a variety of recreational activities and 150 camp sites at Cascade Lake Recreation Area & Campground. The area features a beach and two lakes for boating, swimming, and fishing along with a 6 mile hiking loop.
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3228 Asheville HWY, Pisgah Forest, NC 28768 MoreLess Info
Fox Mountain Guides and Climbing School offers climbing training and equipment throughout the United States' southeast including North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, and Georgia. The company is certified under American Mountain Guides Association.
Pura Vida Adventures offers guides to most popular outdoor activities in North Carolina including hiking, cannoning, paddling, climbing, and biking. The company also offers the equipment to do these activities, and tours of breweries, and the Art Loeb.
The 500,000-acre Pisgah National Forest was the first land purchased under the 1911 Weeks Act establishing National Forest, home to the first school of forestry, and home to two of the first designated wilderness areas in North Carolina. Visitors can hike, camp, fish, ride, hunt, and do water activities.
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Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina, Pisgah Forest, NC MoreLess Info
Pisgah Forest, North Carolina is home to the Cradle of Forestry, the birth place of forest conservation in the United States. The Cradle contains the nation's first forestry school. Visitors should not miss the Exhibit Hall, which is packed with video clips and historic artifacts.