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Cheoah Ranger District

The Cheoah Ranger District has 120,500 acres in Graham and Swain Counties. These lands surround four large mountain reservoirs and contain numerous streams. Fishing, boating, whitewater rafting, hunting, hiking, and viewing fall colors are some popular activities. From the Cherohala Skyway, you can enjoy mountain vistas. The Appalachian Trail and other trails make up a network of some 320 miles that cross the district. The district offers trails for horseback riders, mountain bikers, short-distance hikers, and backpackers. Several lakeside, stream side, and scenic developed campgrounds, and picnic areas provide a variety of outdoor experiences.

Cheoah Ranger Station

Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest

Tsali Recreation Area

Horse Cove Campground

Rattler Ford Group Campground

Cheoah Point Recreation Area

Maple Springs Observation Point

Lewellyn Cove Nature Trail

Snowbird Backcountry Area

Cable Cove Recreation Area

Cherohala Skyway

Big Santeetlah Creek

 

for more information:
Cheoah Ranger District
1133 Massey Branch Road
Robbinsville, NC 28771
Phone: 828-479-6431
mailroom_r8_nantahala@fs.fed.us

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