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If you're looking to just get away for a little while, Atlanta is the perfect city to live in, making it easy for you to take a quick day or weekend trip to a neighboring state. You might want to think about heading into South Carolina for a change of scenery and some fantastic fall foliage. You can even stay at this affordable South Carolina Airbnb to top off the short vacay. 

Located just about two hours from Atlanta, this waterfall getaway Airbnb is in Westminster, South Carolina, just down the road from Greenville. While here, you can hike down to the waterfall that's located on the property and even do some trail bike riding.

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The Tar Heel State is full of hidden passages and secret steps that you can explore this fall. You can discover Mingo Falls at the top of a winding forest staircase in Cherokee, North Carolina, and it's absolutely breathtaking. This North Carolina waterfall hike leads to a spectacular sight that you should totally add to your hiking bucket list. 

You can find Mingo Falls on the Eastern Cherokee Reservation, only an hour and 20 minutes outside of Asheville.

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You can zip through the treetops of North Carolina at top speed this fall. If you're looking for fun things to do in North Carolina, the Gorge Zip Line near Asheville is the "steepest and fastest" zip line canopy tour in the state. Thrill-seekers in North Carolina need to knock this exhilarating adventure right off their bucket lists. 

The Gorge is located in Saluda, North Carolina, and is open every day of the week.

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Tucked away on the East Coast is a paradise that you should totally visit before summer ends. Masonboro Island Reserve is an oasis full of hidden gems to discover, like a shipwrecked sailboat that'll give you all the pirate vibes. Explore this stunning North Carolina island and escape from reality. 

This scenic spot is located off the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina, near Wrightsville Beach. Masonboro is a barrier island that sits between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. 

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