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Come and Learn all about the nocturnal animals in Gorges State Park! We will be exploring the trail after dark with flashlights to look for animal eye-shine and to listen for sounds in the night.

Stay at the Park Visitor Center after the hike for a small campfire and smores provided by our park friends group "Friends of Gorges".

Spring is here, but how do the plants know? Take part in this guided hike from White Pines Picnic Area and learn how the plants get there earlier start to spring.

Join us at Gorges State Park for a special event celebrating the Monarch Butterfly!

The campground at Gorges State Park will be closed through at least November 16 due to black bear activity in the area.

The state park is in the migratory path of the butterfly's annual migration to Mexico.

The campground at Gorges State Park will have five camper cabins, 14 campsites, and 16 tent campsites, along with a modern bathhouse.

Gorges State Park will host its first annual Mountain Monarch Festival on September 24, 2022.

Kevin Bischof is the new superintendent of Gorges State Park in Transylvania County, according to the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.