Lets virtually wander off to Great Smoky Mountains National Park which straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. Its a georgouss park, but also the busiest hosting some 10.7 million vistors a year. As with any national park there are loads of things to do, hiking, camping, etc in and around the park.
Nestled high in the Allegheny Mountains, Canaan Valley Resort SP is home to wetlands & unique plant life. The park campground has 34 paved wooded sites with full hookup & there are free camps within 25 miles of the park. Check out the fill post to learn more http://ow.ly/LVz230jYBae
There are 7 hiking trails here at the Park. The longest of the hiking trails is the City of Rocks trail which is 6.4 miles long. It climbs a little over 500’ in elevation but is not that hard to do. There is a relatively new mountain biking trail at this State Park. This part of New Mexico has tons of mountain biking trails including the Gila National Forest area.
The Southern California section of the Pacific Crest Trail is a long-distance hiking trail that follows the highest portion of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges
Dawkins Rail Trail, Kentucky is one place ill have to visit soon. There’s plenty of camping and things to do in the area too, not to mention tons of hiking and exploring to be had.