Connie Regan-Blake is one of America’s most celebrated storytellers.
She has captivated the hearts and imaginations of people around the globe with her powerful performances and workshops. Entertaining audiences in 47 states, 18 countries and on 6 continents, she brings the wisdom, humor and drama of stories to main stage concert halls, libraries and now at Gorges State Park on June 10, 2018.
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“Pure, raw wilderness with insane rapids and waterfalls. Went on a 4 day hike through there and there is no other place like it on earth.”
Henry Morris Austin IV (Facebook Fan)
“Great trails, great signage, incredible scenery. HIGHLY recommend for any outdoor enthusiast in the area!”
Doug Alexander (Facebook Fan)
“Amazing visitor center and picnic area. Clean, well maintained. Variety of hikes for different skill levels. Can spend an hour plus alone just in the visitor center. Great history of this area.”
Kimberly B (TripAdvisor Fan)
“My husband and I went on a second honeymoon to Sapphire Valley. We went to Gorges State Park for a hike to see waterfalls. Be sure to stop at the ranger station. They are great at giving instructions and a map for the different waterfalls to walk to.”
Wendy L (TripAdvisor Fan)
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Historical Perspective on Hogback Township
Gorges State Park Visitors Center, Saturday, June 9
Come hear Marcy Thompson, History Librarian at Transylvania County Library, talk about the settlement and history of the Sapphire/Lake Toxaway area. She will deliver her talk twice on June 9, once at 1 PM and again at 2:30 PM.
We are thankful for the beautiful photos provided by Bob Andrews, Emily Felty, Bernie Boyer and Nate Glasser.