Expert Travel Advice to Pisgah National Forest

Top Answers To Pisgah National Forest Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hey Alex, given the cold winter we're having out East, I don't think you'll be seeing alot of green in Pisgah in early March (though sometimes that's no bad thing in the Southeast, as lack of tree cover means you get more views!). Primitive camping in Linville Gorge sounds like a good bet; more ideas on places to camp in Pisgah at: http://vacation.away.com/pisgah-national-forest/travel-v2-cid9280-pisgah-national-forest-cid10921-camping-vacations.html
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Minna, I'm afraid we don't have those kind of resources (and agree that it can be infuriating to plot boundaries for national forests, which don't seem to be as consistently mapped online by the Forest Service, in contrast to the great maps for national parks on the NPS website). Pisgah is also a sprawling, fragmented landmass so not a neat set of points to map. Broken up into four separate ranger districts, you can find more maps for each at: http://ncnatural.com/NCUSFS/Pisgah/
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I was able to find a list of campsites around the national forest, so hopefully this will help you decide where to stay during your trip. http://bit.ly/mBrrTy

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