FIND Outdoors, a 47-year-old nonprofit based in Pisgah Forest, is working closely with the US Forest service to safely reopen Black Mountain, Carolina Hemlocks and Briar Bottom Campgrounds beginning June 15, 2020.
The two campgrounds, located on the Appalachian Ranger District of Pisgah National Forest and just outside of Burnsville, NC, are situated on the South Toe River just within sight of Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak in NC. Both areas offer visitors a chance to explore the nooks and crannies of pristine forests, clear waters and recreational opportunities that would make any outdoor enthusiast green with envy.
“We’ve been working closely with the Appalachian Ranger District to make sure every aspect of safety is a priority,” explained Natalie Britt, Executive Director for FIND Outdoors. “We’re so excited to give these incredible areas the attention they deserve for our forest users very soon!”
According to Judy Doyle, Director of Campgrounds
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