Pilot Mountain State Park - Pinnacle, North Carolina
A drive through Pilot Mountain State Park, located in Pinnacle, North Carolina. Pilot Mountain State Park is a beautiful and picturesque place to enjoy nature. The state park includes things such as camping, picnicking, hiking and rock climbing. There are miles of trails. The 49 site family campground offers no hookups, but water spigots are located throughout the campground. There is no dump station located at Pilot Mountain State Park.
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10 Best Places To Retire In Florida
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10 Best Places To Retire In Florida.
Florida has long been known as a great place to retire, with its warm year-round temperatures and selection of various types of retirement communities. With attractions ranging from beaches and nature preserves, to shopping and dining, anyone can find a way to enjoy a Florida retirement. There are choices of waterfront, small-town, large metro and resort-like communities. Whatever your preference is, you’re sure to find it among the choices. Considering the entire splendor Florida has to offer, both natural and cultural, here are 10 of the best places in Florida for retirees.
2. The Villages
4. Delray Beach
6. Timber Pines
7. Sanibel Island
9. Boca Raton
10. Miami Beach
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Pisgah National Forest - North Carolina
North Carolina's Pisgah National Forest covers a vast area of 512,758 acres. The forest was created in 1916 after the purchase of 86,700 acres form the estate of George Vanderbilt II who built the famous Biltmore Estate near Asheville. The Blue Ridge Parkway runs through much of the Forest and is a popular tourist destination especially in the fall when the mountains are ablaze with color. • Hoedown by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (
24 Browntown Road, Biltmore Forest NC
Listed at a little over $10M this luxury home in Biltmore Forest is in a class of it's own. Over 18,000 square feet of living space on 1.99 acres. Trying to communicate the scale of the home from the ground required getting a different perspective. So we used the remote controlled hexacopter to capture some of the exterior and grounds shots. Listed by Ann Skoglund with Beverly-Hanks & Associates.
Pilot Mountain State Park
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1792 Pilot Knob Park Road, Pinnacle, NC 27043
GPS: 36.342056, -80.463347
For centuries Pilot Mountain has served as a landmark for Native Americans, early explorers, and migrating wildlife. This iconic peak is the most recognizable mountain in North Carolina and forms the centerpiece of Pilot Mountain State Park. Rising to an elevation of 2421 feet, this solitary quartzite mountain, part of the ancient Sauratown Mountain range, was dedicated a National Natural Landmark and now serves as a beacon to hikers, rock climbers, and nature lovers.
A 6.5 mile wooded corridor trail joins the Mountain Section of the park with the Yadkin River Section which includes the north and south side of the river and a dozen small islands. This scenic section of the Yadkin provides hiking trails, fishing, and includes a canal wall built in 1825 that was designed to deliver boat traffic above the rocky shoals that form islands in this portion of the river.
Since 1968, a portion of the wild Piedmont and a geological wonder has been preserved for you to enjoy at Pilot Mountain State Park.
Trail on Sugarloaf Mountain
November 10th 2012, on the trail to Hidden Pond on Sugarloaf Mountain in Heber Springs Arkansas. Just a short video, I wanted to get some of the leaves falling, was very windy at times.
Gateway Festival-Kings Mountain, North Carolina
Gateway Festival - Kings Mountain is a segment of Carl White's Life in the Carolinas, which aired in syndication on October 25, 2014.
In this episode we travel with Carl to the annual Gateway Festival at Patriots Park in Kings Mountain for a day of historical and cultural excitement.
One of the key attractions of the day is a re-enactment of the Revolutionary War's 1780 Battle of Kings Mountain in which the Patriots defeated the Loyalists and, by many accounts, turned the tide of the war in favor of the colonists. The use of authentic cannons and muskets, and period costumes, gives a heightened sense of historical accuracy.
Carl speaks with Rick Murphrey, Mayor of Kings Mountain, who emphasizes that the festival not only celebrates the Battle of Kings Mountain but also its status as a gateway to the three parks: Crowder's Mountain State Park, Kings Mountain State Park and Kings Mountain National Military Park.
Ellis Noell, Director of Special Events, summarizes the event as being an opportunity for guests to appreciate the re-enactment of the battle, local art history, music, and the culture of Kings Mountain. Numerous regional musicians perform throughout the festival, including bluegrass and new grass music.
The Gateway Festival in Kings Mountain - great family fun for everyone!
Carl White’s Life In The Carolinas is an Emmy nominated TV and award winning show in its sixth season. It airs throughout the Carolinas. Check your guide for listings. For more on the show visit lifeinthecarolinas.com
Amazing Winter Drive! - NC Highway 105 & Wiseman's View
Old NC 105 is one of the hidden gems of scenic driving in the Eastern United States. The sometimes rough dirt road twists and turns its way along the western rim of the rugged Linville Gorge, with amazing views of Shortoff Mountain, Lake James, the Catawba Valley, Spence Ridge, the Chimneys, Table Rock, Hawksbill Mountain and much more. It's a wild and surprising ride that's best taken when the leaves are off the trees so you can peek at the jagged landscapes to the east, and the higher Appalachians to the west. In this video I show the drive up from the Paddy's Creek end where the pavement ends on the southeast, and continue up to the popular Wiseman's view, where many people claim to have seen the mysterious Brown Mountain Lights. I end up with some views from Wiseman's View shot with my GoPro Hero 3 on the end of a 13-foot golf ball retriever. Still shots were taken with a Nikon D5100. Hope this makes everyone want to come experience western North Carolina - even in the dead of winter!
Here are coordinates for where this video starts - at the end of the paved road on Old NC 105: +35°47'29.88, -81°55'17.22
The Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina, USA
September 2015: driving along the Blue Ridge Parkway, till Cherokee, North Carolina.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a National Parkway and All-American Road in the United States, noted for its scenic beauty.
Settembre 2015: alla guida lungo la Blue Ridge Parkway fino a Cherokee, Nord Carolina.
La Blue Ridge Parkway è una delle strade panoramiche più belle e conosciute degli Stati Uniti d'America.
Beech Bluff Hiking Trail | 2017 | Lake Hartwell State Park | South Carolina | USA
In this vlog we are hiking the Beech Bluff trail at Lake Hartwell State Park in South Carolina, USA.
The Beech Bluff trail is an easy 0.7 one way hike. If you get to the end and take the road it is 1.2 miles.
This is a short and hilly trail. We ended up doing the 0.7 one way out and back direction. We also stopped and checked out the lake. There are small access points from the main trail to the beach. Some people brought camp chairs with them. The lake seems mostly used by boats and not for swimming - although several kids were in the water.