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All reviews per person cold water life guards slide down on duty great fun changing rooms deep pool sliders take your breath away entrance fee a lot of fun natural waterslide all ages small fee water shoes parking lot
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
The water falls cascades over a huge mountain slope which doubles as slide. Looks a bit iffy on safety side so take care. The landing though looks deep enough it looks like a good experience
In summer. Would just rather watch in fall season. Good...More
This is a place teenagers might like the best! The lines are long sometimes in the summer. Groups of teens are often arriving in buses with groups. A lifeguard is usually on duty to watch over the sliders. One slides down the slick rock and...More
when we arrived the park was allowing visitors but the bathrooms were closed however they did not charge a fee im thinking that the water was too cold at this time the falls are nice to view after a short hike downhill
I'm a little old to go down a giant slick rock in freezing cold water(the water is cold anytime of year you go). But we took a lot of young adults and teenagers up there and they had a ball. They want to go every...More
My husband and I went here in September. There was a lot of people on the two lane road but we were able to find a spot to pull off and watch the crowd slide off the rock. When I was younger we would come...More
Response from emilymaehood | Reviewed this property |
I agree with all of the above answers. There will be no lifeguard on duty. Be warned, the water you are dumped into was literally breath-taking for the majority of visitors when we went in July. Life vest strongly advised if... More
I agree with all of the above answers. There will be no lifeguard on duty. Be warned, the water you are dumped into was literally breath-taking for the majority of visitors when we went in July. Life vest strongly advised if you want to try this.
Info on "Camp Run A Muk" at Sliding Rock Cabins (0 Replies)
Hello all... I am going up to Sliding Rock Cabins in March and plan on staying at "Camp Run A Muk"... Does anyone have any coments (good or bad) about this particular cabin... I apreciate any coments that may describe or explain your past experiance there...
February 26, 2012|
HELP planning a destination route order! (4 Replies)
Over the last month, many of you have given us great ideas for destinations with our kids ages 7-10 for our road trip from Illinois to Greenville SC.....(Greenville for a tournament)...from your suggestions, what most peaked our interests were Biltmore, Sliding Rock, Nantahala River Rafting, Blueridge parkway, Grandfather Mountain, Ceasers Head Cherokee Foothills, Smokey Mountain National and Chimney Rock....gee did I forget anything.If you want to add, be my guest.. We of course cant see...More
March 15, 2010|
All of your destinations would be in your route but Grandfathers Mountain. It would be way out of your way.
Sliding Rock (2 Replies)
Has anyone ever been to Sliding Rock BEFORE Memorial Day? The website says it doesn't open until Memorial day weekend, but I was just wondering if the weather would be decent and if you are "allowed" to experience it before it opens. Thanks!
January 08, 2018|
Here is what the website says: "While you can slide anytime year-round during daylight hours, lifeguards are on duty and changing rooms / restrooms are open every day from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day, 10 AM-6 PM. After Labor Day, lifeguards work on weekends through mid-October. Cost to enter the recreation area is $2 per person when staff members are on duty (cash or check). Children 6 and under are free. It is free to visit during "off" hours (but restrooms are closed and...More