Located in southwestern North Carolina’s, Swain County, Almond is a small and unincorporated community with big town charm that promises endless adventures to glampers who visit. Sitting on the banks of the Little Tennessee River and smack dab in the heart of two intersecting wilderness areas—the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Nantahala National Forest—Almond is a venerable gateway to all things adventure. While both the national park and forest are home to some of the state’s most stunning mountains and peaks, they are also crisscrossed with plenty of multi-use trails for hiking, biking, and climbing. Fields of wildflowers lead to picturesque streams and many pathways even intersect with parts of the Appalachian Trail. The nearby Tuckasegee River offers glampers the calm and cool finesse of fly fishing opportunities or the adrenaline pumping option of white water rafting. No matter how you choose to spend your time in this lush and lively area, you can count on being surrounded by Mother Nature at her finest.
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