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All reviews per person cold water life guards slide down on duty great fun changing rooms deep pool wait in line sliders take your breath away entrance fee a lot of fun small fee all ages water shoes parking lot
I saw this place on a list of cool places to visit and made sure we found it when we went to North Carolina. It's a small local watering hole where the locals were really nice and helpful. We were there early morning and it...More
On a drive up 278 through Pisgah National Forest looking for waterfalls to photograph. The main attraction at Sliding Rock is mainly for sliding and swimming in the warmer months. Still in February with no one around on a nice observation deck, it is a...More
We really like slippery and have been twice. The first time was mid-fall and there were no life guards and you couldn’t rent jackets. Honestly, it was probably too cold in the fall but my oldest child who was 7 loved it. Make sure you...More
We stopped here during our December visit to the area. The rains and snow the week before had this stream gushing with lots of water. It was too cold to slide, no life guards on duty and not safe to slide. BUT WE ENJOYED the...More
Pisgah has many beautiful waterfalls and hikes and some camping opportunities. There were a few picnicking spots along the main road as well. There is a hatchery and wildlife education center. The rhododendrons were beautiful along the water. This is a true gem in the...More
We stopped at Sliding Rock in October and were unable to slide down the rock, as there was no lifeguard but it sure looked fun! Six of us were in the car with two America the Beautiful passes but we were still required to pay...More
We had a great time camping in the Pisgah National Park and my son was the only one brave enough to do sliding rock on this cold day. He said it was refreshing and actually better than doing it on a hot day.
We went in October and the park was closed for sliding down the falls. There was no admissions fee during this time. There is a $3 fee when the slide rock is open and there is a lifeguard on duty. We cannot wait to return...More