Take the North Carolina Cashier Stone

You may have heard of the famous “Sliding Rock” located outside Brevard in North Carolina. But did you know that this is not the only natural waterfall to explore in Tarheel State? Slider Rock, located just outside Cashier’s town, is another natural swimming hole and waterslide that’s great for families.

Cashier’s Rock Hotel is located in the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina. It has a flat stone surface for sliding down and a large bathing hole at the bottom for splashing and swimming. There is a short, easy trail to get to the top of the cliff, but make sure you take the time to enjoy the view before jumping on the fast but exciting ride down the cliff.

Cashier’s Rock Hotel is located in the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina. It has a flat stone surface for sliding down and a large bathing hole at the bottom for splashing and swimming. There is a short, easy trail to get to the top of the cliff, but make sure you take the time to enjoy the view before jumping on the fast but exciting ride down the cliff.

Cashier’s Rock Hotel is located in the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina. It has a flat stone surface for sliding down and a large bathing hole at the bottom for splashing and swimming. There is a short, easy trail to get to the top of the cliff, but make sure you take the time to enjoy the view before jumping on the fast but exciting ride down the cliff.

Cashier’s Rock is easily accessible via several trails that start at the parking lot located off Whiteside Cove as noted by Huskey’s Painters Cashiers. Since it’s also conveniently located near Cashier, North Carolina, and the Highlands, North Carolina, you’ll find plenty of other attractions nearby, including dining and shopping in these quaint mountain towns.