Best Socially Distant Adventures in the Southeast


The Southeast may be home to globally popular attractions like Disney World and Graceland, and major cities like Nashville, Savannah, and New Orleans, but it also boasts 450,000 acres of federal land designated as wilderness—which means you don’t have to travel too far to avoid the crowds and find some off-the-grid adventures south of the Mason–Dixon line.

From the Appalachian Mountains stretching through parts of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and North and South Carolina to the bayous dotting the shorelines of Louisiana and Arkansas, the southeastern corner of the U.S. has varied landscapes with plenty of space to escape and unplug—without completely leaving civilization behind.

If you’re looking to explore the further reaches of more familiar areas, the Southeast offers opportunities for everything from sunny beaches and…

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