Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles Highlights the Best State Parks in the Southeastern United States this Fall

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Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles is highlighting some of the best state parks that adventurous travelers can find in the southeastern United States this fall.

Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles knows that some travelers prefer to experience the great outdoors during their vacation experience. For these types of travelers, Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles has produced a selection of some of the best State Parks to discover in the southeastern portion of the United States.

1. Tallulah Gorge State Park, Georgia
Tallulah Gorge State Park in Georgia is a great stop for travelers passing through the state. Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles points out that Tallulah Gorge State Park is perfect for travelers who enjoy camping out. The park features 50 campsites, two picnic shelters, a full-use pioneer camp, and three backcountry campsites. The actual Tallulah Gorge, of which the park derives its name, is one of the most impressive canyons in the eastern United States, running two miles long and dropping down nearly 1,000 feet. A suspension bridge offers guests a stunning view of the waterfalls and river that runs through the gorge.

2. Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina
Just to the north of Tallulah is Huntington Beach State Park, in South Carolina. Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles recommends the park to travelers who enjoy the beach and coastal activities. Coastal camping and surf fishing are just a few of the activities that await visitors at Huntington Beach State Park. Guests also have the chance to encounter endangered species like loggerhead turtles. Admission is just $5 for adults, and $3 for children, making a stop at Huntington Beach an affordable excursion.

3. DeSoto State Park, Alabama
Located atop the scenic Lookout Mountain, Eccentry Holidays Sunny Isles recommends DeSoto State Park in Alabama for travelers seeking a mountainous destination. The 3,500-acre park is perfect for camping and RV camping as it hosts nearly 100 full-hookup campsites. DeSoto State Park's varied geology allows for a variety of sports and activities including fishing, kayaking, biking, rappelling, and of course good old fashioned hiking. For travelers new to these activities, the park provides planned excursions to better equip visitors with the skills they need to succeed. Travelers should double check before visiting to see what events are planned during their visitation window.

For more information about other recommendations for incredible fall vacations, visit http://eccentryholidays.com, call 1-877-566-0327, or email info(at)eccentryholidays(dot)com today.

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