I live in eastern nc. Trying to find a place not to far away to hunt
A big part of this hobby is doing the research. Hit the books, use the Google. CW skirmish sites, old home sites, talk to old folks, get permissions, have fun. Peace Roy
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I have MD'd in NC (one of my daughters lives just outside of Jacksonville)...Have MD'd the beaches there and some fields.... did not try any parks due to unfamiliarity with the area....check with local authorities...or - even better - look for any MD clubs...check at any shops that sell MD's....Cheers, RickO
@Coinlovernc welcome aboard,
Here is some interesting info for you https://detectingschool.com/metal-detecting-in-north-carolina/
detecting as a hobby!
The only thing I want you to do before stepping foot there with your machine is to understand the regulating rules! Thus, you will make sure to avoid any trouble …
… As you’ve landed here in this Post, you have nothing to worry about as I explain all these rules! In addition, in this article I talk about:
Best Places to explore there
Beach detection in North Carolina
Machine Suggestions for the type of soil!
How you should handle Gold Prospecting there
Some clubs you may like to join
As well as more helpful info …
Here are some of the best spots in the state that you may want to explore:
Cloud Chamber for the Trees and Sky in Raleigh – try your luck on the grounds of this hobbit house.
Abandoned Henry River Mill Village in Hildebran – This completely abandoned village is ideal for searching with a detection device.
Abandoned Land of Oz Theme Park in Beech Mountain
Grounds of the Castle Mont Rouge in Rougemont
Grounds around the Judaculla Rock in Sylva
Devil’s Tramping Ground in Bear Creek
The Bunker Hill Covered Bridge in Claremont
The area around the Helen’s Bridge in Asheville
much more info here https://detectingschool.com/metal-detecting-in-north-carolina/
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Thanks for the help