Saturday, July 16, 2016

North Carolina State Parks Trivia Game

North Carolina offers a great variety of fun family activities within their state park system. My family has visited quite a few N.C. State Parks, and we hope to enjoy these beautiful, unique areas for many years to come.

I created this trivia game after I noticed that lots of my Facebook friends were mentioning various state parks they had visited and what they liked about those parks. After a bit of research on the N.C. State Parks official web site, I discovered quite a few things about our state parks that make each one unique, so I created this trivia game featuring 15 of North Carolina's state parks.

Directions

  1. Click on the first slide to enlarge.
  2. Click on the slide or thumbnail at the bottom of the screen to advance to the next slide.

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How many do you know? How many N.C. State Parks have you visited? Which ones are your favorites? Feel free to post your responses in the comment section at the bottom of this article.

North Carolina State Parks Trivia Game

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NC State Park that is the highest point east of the Mississippi

Mount Mitchell State Park

NC State Park that has an elevator to reach the summit

Chimney Rock State Park

NC State Park that has a massive granite dome

Stone Mountain State Park

NC State Park offering a hike that leads to the Cape Fear River

Raven Rock State Park

NC State Park with Native American dugout canoes and grave of a Confederate general

Pettigrew State Park

NC State Park that is first to offer cross-country skiing

Elk Knob State Park

NC State Park that has the tallest living sand dune on the Atlantic Coast

Jockeys Ridge State Park

NC State Park that is accessed by ferry, canoe, or kayak

Hammocks Beach State Park

NC State Park that offers a 30.5 mile single-track bike trail

Lake Norman State Park

NC State Park that has a 2,000-foot boardwalk

Dismal Swamp State Park

NC State Park created as a Civilian Conservation Corps project in the 1930s

Hanging Rock State Park

NC State Park that offers trails with access to a mile-high swinging bridge

Grandfather Mountain State Park

NC State Park featuring famous navigational landmark & rock climbing and rappelling on parts of the park

Pilot Mountain State Park

NC State Park with 80-foot waterfall

South Mountains State Park

NC State Park that has Venus flytrap

Carolina Beach State Park

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