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    Lower Calf Creek Falls

    The lower falls, the more popular of the 2 Calf creek Falls, are over 130 ft high with a spectacular pool underneath.

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    Mill Creek North Fork Canyon swimming hole

    The Mill Creek hole is a glorious 40 foot wide wedge-shaped pool that’s 40 feet wide surrounded by 2 20 foot walls that are perfect jumping spots. From Mill Creek Drive turn left on Powerhouse Ln and follow till the end where you hit a parking area and dirt pullout. From here you will see [...]

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    Anvil Rock

    Anvil Rock is a popular party spot for the locals and a choice swimming hole by an enormous 80 foot by 20 foot high limestone rock found on the Greenbrier River shores. Watch Since Anvil Rock is also popular party spot for the locals, it’s best not to go barefoot and to keep a watch [...]

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    Big Eddy Swimming Hole

    This is a relatively small swimming hole up against found along the Swift River, parallel the Kancamagus Highway in the White mountains. This pool is around a half a mile west of the Loon Mountain Billboard and just about two miles east of Lower Falls. Park your car on the side of the road where [...]

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    Rattlesnake Pool

    Rattlesnake pool, tucked in the White Mountain National Forest in Stoneham, Maine features radiant teal colored waters with a clear bottom that is almost 10 feet deep in some areas. The first flume features a 10 foot waterfall and has some other small falls. There’s about a 30+min hike to this pool and waterfall.

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    The Blue Hole, Wimberley, TX

    When you get down to Texas, swimming holes are nearly synonymous with summer. The Blue Hole in Wimberley is one of the best examples of Texas swimming holes. If Hollywood wanted to put a swimming hole in a movie, this would be the swimming hole. There are great picnic spots nearby since there are grassy [...]

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    Cummins Falls, Cookeville, TN

    About halfway in between the distance of Knoxville and Nashville, there is Cummins Falls, and it has a cascading down of about 50 feet over stair-stepped rocks that are very wide, and they descend down into a cold pool of water. It’s a tough scramble to the bottom, and it has a lot of hiking [...]

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    Sliding Rock, Brevard, NC

    Consider this angled rock to be like nature’s biggest waterslide. It’s been smoothed over by several centuries of flowing water, and it is a boulder that’s over 60 feet, and it rockets bathers in the icy cold waters of the Carolina mountains just like they’re covered in butter. There is a great playground off Highway [...]

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    Peekamoose Blue Hole

    If this spot doesn’t make you think of those forgotten Mountain Dew ads, then you’re probably in the Twilight generation. You remember those old commercials, don’t you? There were bunches of young, beautiful people playing out in the summer sun, popping open a can of the Mountain Dew, and jumping into the water. There’s a [...]

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    Johnson’s Shut-Ins, Reynolds County, MO

    The Black River has an East Fork, and it churns through a channel that’s furrowed at the state park in the Ozark Mountains. The state park is called Shut-Ins State Park. What these refer to, these “shut-ins” are sections where the river is blocked off by volcanic stone that’s very smooth, and was formed a [...]