50 Things To do In Maggie Valley

Maggie Valley Chamber of Commerce – 828-926-1686
Blue Ridge Parkway

Great Smoky Mountain National Park borders Maggie Valley

Cataloochee Valley Elk Preserve – Great Smoky Mountain National Park

Cataloochee Ski Area on Fie Top

Cataloochee Ranch – dining and horseback riding
Tony’s Tube World – for sledding
Putt Putt Golf
Elevate Distillery

Eagle’s Nest Entertainment
Stomping Ground- Entertainment
Diamond K – Live Music
Friday Night at Town Hall – Live Music in the Summer
Activities at the Festival Grounds
Maggie Valley Resort – Golf and Dining

Shops and Craft Galleries, Potters

Scenic Drives:
Cataloochee Valley: Great Smokey Mountains National Park (Elk, Historic Old Village, Hiking, Creeks)
Blue Ridge Parkway – to Water Rock Knob – for sunsets

Hyw.19 to Cherokee Indian Reservation

Hwy. 209 to Hot Springs
Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Fish in Jonathan Creek
Fish in a paid trout pond

Wheels Through Time – Motorcycle and old car museum, Open Daily

Historic Downtown Shopping and Restaurants
Main Street – galleries, festivals, restaurants, shops – ‘park and walk’
Francis Farms Apples and Trees, Old Farm Equipment Museum

Pisgah National Forest borders Waynesville

Haywood County Community College

Five craft breweries

Barber’s Orchard and Farm Store
Grocery Stores: Ingles, Bi-Lo Food Lion.(Hwy. 276s to Russ Avenue, on left)
Shelton House Museum
HART Theatre
The Strand Theater – movies and entertainment venue

The Classic Wineseller – Live music, wine tasting, restaurant

Waynesville Golf Course,  Laurel Ridge Country Club, Springdale Country Club
Wal-Mart SuperCenter, K-Mart, Lowe’s, Best Buy, Belk, Michael’s, Pet’s Mart
Main Street: (Historic) ‘Art after Dark’ – 1st Friday night of the month about 6:00pm
Mast General Store

Scenic Drives:
Take 276 South to Pisgah National Forest and Blue Ridge Parkway
To See: Cradle of Forest, Hike Shining Rock, Sliding Rock Wilderness Sliding Rock (fun), Bridle Veil Falls, Fish Hatchery
Biltmore House and Winery
Museum and Children’s Museum on Pack Square
WNC Nature Center
Highland Craft Guild on the Blue Ridge Parkway

South Slope breweries
Biltmore Village –  shops and restaurants
New Morning Gallery (Biltmore)
Asheville Mall
Lots of Movies
Shindig on the Green – Free, live mountain music outdoors. Saturday nights in summer

Smoky Mountain Railroad
Jarred House Restaurant – Family Style.

Innovation Brewery

Western Carolina University

Unto These Hill – Drama
Cherokee Indian Museum and Shops
Pioneer Village at the entrance to the National Park (Homestead Museum)
Mingo Falls – Hiking – great for younger people, a dramatic short climb
Harrah’s Casino

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