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When the temperature begins to cool, apple picking is the perfect autumn family activity. It’s a chance to spend time in the country, get a light workout, and enjoy eating super fresh fruit!
Cricket riding mountain bike through water

Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park

Dual-use hiking & biking trails in Stumphouse Park. 10 miles of flow trails designed for beginner mountain biking with big berms, rollers, tables, rock gardens and more! Mountain Bike Park can be accessed from trailheads at both ends of Stumphouse Passage, but the easiest access is via the parking lot for Issaqueena Falls. Bike trail is closed on rainy days. Users are cautioned to follow trail direction signs.

Fork Mountain Trail

6.4 mile trail, a spur of the Foothills Trail, starts in SC at the Sloan Bridge Picnic Area and ends in NC where it joins the Bad Creek Trail in the Ellicott Rock Wilderness Area. From there the trail eventually joins the Chattooga Trail and continues to Burrell’s Ford. The trail weaves along the northern flanks of Fork Mountain through numerous coves and ravines. At the junction with Bad Creek Trail you can return, or extend your hike 1.3 miles to historic Ellicott Rock.
photo of one of the new Wildwater cabins

Mountain Rental Cabins

Wildwater offers a variety of lodging options at their Chattooga River location. Among the choices are four cabins that sleep up to six people, with two comfortable bedrooms and two baths. There’s also the Goldfinch Treehouse. This cozy one-bedroom, one-bath space includes a kitchenette and a private outdoor deck–perfect for couples.

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