Visited here after rock climbing in the morning. Nice , not very hard climb to the arch. You can even walk on top of the arch. There's a sky chair to the top as well. Not sure where to get it,I appreciated the fact that the snack bar was open even though the pool at the inn seemed deserted. Well... 更多
Having visited this famous tourist attraction n more than one occasion, it never ceases to amaze me how inviting the arts and craft stores are coupled with the fact that visitors are invited by the many shopkeepers involved with their own industry to interact and ask as many questions as they want.
Our campsite was fantastic. It looked right over the lake and had a short trail running down to the water's edge. The lake has a nice rocky shore/bottom making it great for a swim after a long day on the road. We will be back for a longer stay next year.
We love to come here to camp and hike. Very secluded paths - often don't see another single person. Somewhat hard to navigate because the maps seem vague to me.
Just driving through is a treat. The rock formations are so different from our home state of PA. We did not hike due to time restrictions, but noticed my hikers enjoying the area. Just beautiful and peaceful !
the forest has excellent hiking trails that are well marked. It is a 2nd growth forest, but the trees are large with a minimum of undergrowth. The rock formations are unique to this area. There are several waterfalls. The fauna is so diverse with plants that only grow in this region. Absolutely beautiful experience.
If you want to get out in the country and get away from it all this is a wonderful place to visit. We found the best time to go is in the springtime when everything is in bloom and the traffic is light, especially if you can go during the week. Weather you drive through and take some of the... 更多
The trails are a bit more primitive than at Natural Bridge State Resort Park, but, wow, was it fun! The Nada Tunnel is worth the drive. Be careful that the Bert T Combs Parkway does NOT directly intersect Hwy 77 where the Nada Tunnel is. We got quite lost trying to follow the Red River Gorge Geological Area map for... 更多