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Cool stuff in the Blue Ridge Parkway Area???

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I’ve never done a solo camping roadtrip before, but in a couple of weeks, I’m planning on driving from GA to Asheville and camping at the Hemlock Campground, then driving to Shenandoah to spend the night somewhere in the park.

Part of me kind of wants to do something different for the last night (although if anyone has any can’t miss spots in the mountains of North Carolina or Virginia, I’m all ears!), so I was thinking about either heading more toward the coast of North Carolina (Outer Banks? Although that’s a pretty good drive) or somewhere else in the southern Virginia area or anywhere else in that part of the country. Small towns intrigue me as do cool, unique hikes. Any suggestions? Thanks!!!

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