Best Trails Near Hayesville NC

Hayesville has 7 trails in the vicinity, including 5 for campgrounds and 2 for whitewater kayaking & canoeing. These trails range from 5.2 to 21 miles in length. The longest trail in Hayesville is Hiawassee River: Recreation Area on Clay CR 1140 (Meyers Chapel Road) to to US 64 West of Peachtree a well-known trail measuring 21 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Tusquitee Creek: CR 1330 Bridge to CR 1300 Bridge and Hiawassee River: Recreation Area on Clay CR 1140 (Meyers Chapel Road) to to US 64 West of Peachtree. Trails.com member Darlene D. recently completed Hiawassee River: Recreation Area on Clay CR 1140 (Meyers Chapel Road) to to US 64 West of Peachtree.

More information on the best trails in Hayesville can be found below.
  • Bob Allison Campground

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    Hayesville, NC

    Isolated—in a word, Bob Allison Campground is just that. This is as rustic as it gets. There is no restroom, not even a vault toilet, so come prepared; and remember that cat holes must be dug ...
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    Isolated—in a word, Bob Allison Campground is just that. This is as rustic as it gets. There is no restroom, not even a vault ...

  • Bristol Fields Horse Camp

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    Hayesville, NC

    Although there are only six sites, they are well groomed, well maintained, and big enough for large RVs or a horse trailer. The campground has a community fire pit with benches around it. The ...
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    Although there are only six sites, they are well groomed, well maintained, and big enough for large RVs or a horse trailer. ...

  • Huskins Hole Campground

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    Hayesville, NC

    What used to be known as Fires Creek Campground, Huskins Hole is a small, primitive campground tucked just inside the Fires Creek Recreation Area of the Nantahala National Forest. A small creek ...
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    What used to be known as Fires Creek Campground, Huskins Hole is a small, primitive campground tucked just inside the Fires ...

  • Clay County Park Campground

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    Hayesville, NC

    What this campground lacks in privacy, it more than makes up for with its lovely lakeside location. Many of the sites sit right on the edge of Lake Chatuge, and you can pull your boat right up ...
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    What this campground lacks in privacy, it more than makes up for with its lovely lakeside location. Many of the sites sit ...

  • Jackrabbit Mountain Campground

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    Hayesville, NC

    Resting comfortably on a peninsula alongside Lake Chatuge, Jackrabbit Mountain Campground has an ideal location. As you would expect, this campground is a great place to enjoy all that Lake Chatuge ...
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    Resting comfortably on a peninsula alongside Lake Chatuge, Jackrabbit Mountain Campground has an ideal location. As you would ...

  • Hiawassee River: Recreation Area on Clay CR 1140 (Meyers Chapel Road) to to US 64 West of Peachtree

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    Hayesville, NC

    The Hiawassee heads up in the vicinity of Unicoi Gap in the Chattahoochee National Forest in north Georgia and runs north until the impoundment at Lake Chatuge, where it enters North Carolina. ...
    •  2 sections that take 5.5 hours to paddle
    •  21 miles
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    The Hiawassee heads up in the vicinity of Unicoi Gap in the Chattahoochee National Forest in north Georgia and runs north ...

  • Tusquitee Creek: CR 1330 Bridge to CR 1300 Bridge

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    Hayesville, NC

    Tusquitee Creek heads up in Nantahala National Forest and runs along south of the Tusquitee Mountains. It flows primarily through a pastoral region before confluencing with the Hiawassee River ...
    •  2.5 Hours
    •  5.2 miles
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    Tusquitee Creek heads up in Nantahala National Forest and runs along south of the Tusquitee Mountains. It flows primarily ...