Camping & Hiking at Cook Forest State Park

From Sunday – Tuesday we went camping at Cook Forest State Park.  It was our 3rd time camping here. DSC_0153 (2)

The view of The Endless Mountains and Autumn foliage on the way to Cook forest is stunning.

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We enjoy staying in the cabins built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s.  They were built out of American chestnut trees that died of blight.  They are on the National Register of Historical Places.


This is the view behind our cabin.



Our first hike was the Black Bear Trail & Emerald Path.


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The first day was really awesome and I can’t wait to blog about the second day!

5 Comments Add yours

  1. shoreacres says:

    So beautiful! I’d love a week in that cabin. Truth be told, that would come close to my image of a dream home — even though I know that’s never going to happen! The orange tree is magnificent. There’s certainly nothing like that around here.

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  2. Gorgeous. I love the trail photos through the woods and that shot of the deer and the creek behind your cabin. Everything is so beautiful and peaceful out there.

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  3. arlene says:

    Lovely photos. Thank you for following my blog 🙂

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  4. Sartenada says:

    Lovely landscape – wonderful place for hiking! Thank you.

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