Chimney Rock State Park was created in 2005.
Chimney Rock is a park in North Carolina, about 25 miles from Asheville.
a big rock in Nebraska
Chimney Rock, the state capital, the sand hills, and the Henry Dorley Zoo in Omaha
Chimney Rock State Park was founded in 2007. The land was privately owned from 1902 to 2007; in 2006 the land was put up for sale. North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources took over its operation as a State Park when the government purchased the property.
Chimney Rock is located in present-day Nebraska. It's a National Historic Site today.
The area of Chimney Rock National Historic Site is 335,889.0830592 square meters.
I believe it is made out of sedimentary rock.
chimney rocks were created by water erosion
The sun is in the backround and also in the backround is the Chimney Rock. In the foreground is the word Chimney Rock and there is a Conestoga wagon being pulled by two oxen with a man urging them forward and a Pioneer woman and girl riding.
It is 51 miles from Gaffney, SC to Chimney Rock, NC
The address of the Bayard Chimney Rock Museum is: Box 345, Bayard, NE 69334-0345
There are two Chimney Rocks in the US, one in Nebraska and one in North Carolina. It is believed both were named for their Chimney-like shape.
Chuck Norris kicked it.
Chimney Rock Park a private nature park surrounding the striking 315-foot spire on the gorge's southern side
Great Smoky Mountains, Fort Fisher, Hanging Rock, Chimney Rock, Cherokee Reservation, Alligator River Refuge, Cape Hatteras, Nags Head.
Chimney Rock is a landmark.