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Top Spots to Hammock in Southeast

Top Spots to Hammock in Southeast

Hammock camping is faster, lighter, easier and better for the environment. Everyone knows the reason to hammock camp but not everyone knows where to hammock camp. Here are just a few spots from around the Southeast where you can hang your hammock, because home is where you slap your straps. Tennessee: Burgess Falls State Park Burgess Falls has four waterfalls all in one park! It is full of beauty and wonder, waterfalls and trails that you'll be exploring in no time.

The biggest waterfall is 130 feet down into a gorge which is a site you don't want to miss from the comfort of your hammock. Imagine the naps you will take just listening to the falls! Not to mention the fishing, hiking and amazing wildlife the park has to offer! Cherokee National Forest Cherokee National Forest is split by the Great Smoky Mountains into a north and south part. With so much to offer with their divided recreation spots, you will be sure to find the perfect spot for you and your hammock! Great Smoky Mountains National Park Did you know that the Smokies has over 500,000 acres? That's 500,00 acres of hiking, biking, fishing and even more waterfalls! From Cades Cove to black bears to the remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, there is something for everyone! Alabama: Cheaha State Park Cheaha State Park is the highest point in all of Alabama at 2,407 feet above sea level! Camping and hiking and a dog friendly atmosphere, you and your furry friend will have a grand time!

There are 360 views like no other place in Alabama and Cheaha boasts endless trails, a gem mine, water falls and endless rock climbing opportunities! Sipsey Wilderness Ever wanted to rock back in forth in your hammock while the soothing sound of a waterfall lulls you to sleep? The Big Tree Loop in the Sipsey Wilderness offers all kinds of beautiful trails near peaceful streams and plunging waterfalls! The lush, green forest offers plenty of trees to accommodate your hammock and even one for a friend! Oak Mountain State Park Oak Mountain State Park in the most beautiful park in Alabama and it's so close to Birmingham but makes you feel like you're hundreds of miles away from the city! 9,940 acres full of trails, fishing, beaches, waterfalls and more. You'll experience views of rolling hills or the beautiful lake or pop your hammock up on one of the trails and enjoy a cool breeze!

Georgia: Tallulah Gorge State Park The motto of Tallulah Gorge State Park is "Run, climb, bike or hike!" It seems that they've left off hammock! Tallulah Gorge is jam packed with so much to offer; canyons, waterfalls, the beauty of wildlife and nature around you and an endless amount of places to hang your hammock. Raven Cliff Falls Trail One of my favorite trails in Goergia is Raven Cliff Falls and boy, it does not disappoint! With a 2.5 mile hike in to a beautiful waterfall, you can enjoy a moment of rest and snap some beautiful photos! You can camp through the night and spend the next day exploring everything Raven Cliff has to offer!

Cloundland Canyon State Park Hiking, biking, camping, fishing, caving and even disc golfing! These are just some of the activities offered at Cloudland Canyon State Park! Just on the edge of Lookout Mountain, this is one of the most scenic parks in the state. Check out the caves and relax in your hammock between the pines!

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