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Meadow at the Pilot Creek access at Pilot Mountain State Park

Pilot Mountain State Park – Pilot Creek Access

Location: Surry County, 27 miles northwest of Winston-Salem

At the park, you can find: Pilot Knob, the Yadkin River, and ravens soaring above Big Pinnacle

Highlights at this access: meadows above Pilot Creek, a registered part of the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail; long moderate hike to main mountain section

Sunset at Singletary Lake State Park

Singletary Lake State Park

Location: Bladen County, 48 miles northwest of Wilmington

You can find: Singletary Lake, a Carolina bay lake, and the fox squirrel

Highlights: group camp facilities with mess hall, grill, cabins, and swimming on the pier; vacation cabin for up to 12 people; day-use access to hiking, fishing, paddling, and picnicking

High Shoals Falls at the Jacob Fork access of South Mountains State Park

South Mountains State Park – Jacob Fork Access

Location: Burke County, 70 miles east of Asheville

You can find: elevations up to 3,000 feet, mountain streams, and the rosebay rhododendron

Highlights: more than 40 miles of hiking, biking and bridle trails; backpack camping in the rugged backcountry; equestrian camping; High Shoals Falls; Jacob Fork River; visitor center

The entrance road during the fall at Crabtree entrance of William B. Umstead State Park

William B. Umstead State Park – Crabtree Creek Access

Location: Wake County, 11 miles northwest of downtown Raleigh

At the park, you can find: the marbled salamander and the Jack-in-the-pulpit

Highlights at this access: Big Lake and Sycamore Lake; campsites; boat rentals; group camps; visitor center; horse trailer parking; Sycamore Bridge over Sycamore Creek