State Parks of North Carolina download epub
by James F. Parnell,Walter C. Biggs
In State Parks of North Carolina, Walter C. Biggs, J. and James F. Parnell present a comprehensive guide to North Carolina's state parks, state natural areas, and state recreation areas. Each park unit is described in full detail, with discussions of the parks physical features, the history of the park and the area, the principal flora and fauna present, hiking trails, facilities and visitor activities, and places of interest in the park's vicinity. Maps and photographs illustrate the text. This outstanding book, written by two biology professors from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, covers all 41 of North Carolina's state parks.
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Singletary Lake State Park is a North Carolina state park in Bladen County, North Carolina in the United States. Located near Elizabethtown, it covers 1,221-acre (. 4 km2), including Singletary Lake, one of the largest Carolina bays. Singletary Lake State Park is southeast of Elizabethtown on North Carolina Highway 53 in North Carolina's Coastal Plain region. It serves primarily as a group camp but is open on a limited basis for year-round recreation, including hiking, fishing and observing nature.
Crowders Mountain State Park is a 5,126-acre (2. 4 km2) North Carolina state park in Gaston County, North Carolina in the United States. It is near Kings Mountain, North Carolina and on the outskirts of Gastonia, North Carolina, it includes the peaks of Crowder's Mountain and The Pinnacle. Crowders Mountain was named for Crowders Creek which originated near its base. Contrary to some historical information, Crowders Mountain was not named for Ulrick Crowder (Ulrich Krauter).
Biggs, J. Walter . Parnell, James F. (1993). State Parks of North Carolina (2nd e. North Carolina State Parks: A Niche Guide. Design by Leesa Brinkley Graphic Design. Winston-Salem, North Carolina: John F. Blair. Pilot Mountain, like the rocky escarpments in nearby Hanging Rock State Park, is a remnant of the ancient Sauratown Mountain range. Lynch, Ida Phillips; Pendergraft, Bill (2007). Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Niche Publishing.
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In 1973 the State of North Carolina created Crowders Mountain State Park. It opened to the public in 1974. State Parks of North Carolina. Walter C Biggs and James F. Parnell, Authors. Crowders Mountain proper was added to the new park in 1978. The Pinnacle was added in 1987. In the year 2000, 2000+ acres were purchased. This purchase brought the entire ridge line of Kings Mountain into the park and took park boundaries to the North Carolina/South Carolina state line. John F. Blair, Publisher. The Charlotte ObserverTower struggle: Antenna request latest battle for those fighting to minimize park intrusionsGeorge, Jefferson.
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David Webster, James F. Parnell, Walter Biggs Jr. 272 p. . 25 x . 5, 117 color photos, 78 maps, bibl. The late Walter C. Biggs J. was coauthor, with Parnell, of State Parks of North Carolina. Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-5542-3 Published: May 2004. For more information about Walter Biggs J. visit the Author Page. A useful and attractive reference source for the region's residents and visitors.