Want to travel a little bit outside of the state?
Venture off to Alabama and explore Highway 78, where you can access the Appalachian Mountains, Talladega National Forest and Holly Springs National Forest.
You can also head to Tennessee to drive along the Tail of the Dragon, a stretch of Highway 129 that spans 11 miles and contains 318 curves. And be sure to grab some barbecue at the popular Dragon’s Den Grill.
And in South Carolina, admire Botany Bay Road. It’s only 0.4 miles, but the management area is full of trees “lacing together overhead, in an eerie, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ kind of way.”
Wondering where else you should go? Take a look at the full list here.
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