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The Forest Service announced the completion of a parking lot and the opening of the Catawba Falls area to the public this week.
Catawba Falls, a 100-foot lower and 70-foot upper falls on the Catawba River near Old Fort in the Pisgah National Forest, was acquired by the Foothills Conservancy in 2005 and 2007 after 20 years of work. The Forest Service bought the 88-acre tract in 2010.
The parking lot provides visitors easy access to the scenic waterway, the Forest Service news release says. Get directions to the area and more information about the waterfalls here.
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