Pisgah National Forest Land for Sale

Pisgah National Forest

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The Pisgah National Forest’s 501,691 acres stretches across the eastern edge of Western North Carolina’s mountains. The Forest offers hiking trails, fishing, camping, picnic sites, and spectacular waterfalls. Some of Pisgah National Forest’s attractions include Looking Glass Falls, Sliding Rock, Pisgah Forest State Fish Hatchery, Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education, The Cradle of Forestry and the North Mills River Recreational Area. www.ncnatural.com/NCUSFS/Pisgah/lkglass.html#lookingglass

North Mills River Recreational Area is located just 13 miles from Hendersonville and offers picnic sites, campsites, river fishing & tubing. For additional information call 828-877-3265 www.recreation.gov/camping/North_Mills_River_Nc

Today the Cradle of Forestry is a 6,500 acre Historic Site within the Pisgah National Forest, set aside by Congress to commemorate the beginning of forestry conservation in the United States. The Forest Discovery Center commemorates conservation history with an 18 minute movie on Vanderbilt, Pinchot, Schenck and the beginning of forestry in America. Outdoor activities include two guided trails which lead you back in time to seven historical buildings, a 1915 Climax locomotive and the old sawmill. Thursdays through Sundays you may find a toy maker, a weaver, a quilter, a wood carver and a basket maker. For additional information call (828) 877-3130 or (828) 877-3265. www.cradleofforestry.com

The Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education, located in Pisgah National Forest, is dedicated to exploring the wonders of North Carolina’s wildlife. The Center’s attractions include: aquariums, hands-on exhibits, garden display, special programs, viewing and feeding of the hatchery trout. The Center is open to the public daily, 8am – 4:45pm., except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. (Outdoor exhibits close at 4:30 p.m.). For additional information call (828) 877-4423. www.pisgah.state.nc.us