Kayaking, fishing, swimming, tubing, and boating are all favorite pass times of our residents, as you can see!
Within walking distance, 75 miles of the cleanest river in the Blue Ridge System. Undoubtedly the best part of our neighborhood!
Just minutes away with multiple public boat ramp accesses.
West of Bryson City, 30 miles of Lake concluding with a 480 ft Dam.
Raft or Kayak white water Class II and III rapids, or enjoy some great trout fishing.
Take a tube down Deep Creek in the GSMN Park
Nothing says WNC like the woods! Scenic views and waterfalls abound in the Appalachia, just waiting for you to seek them out!
Multiple trail heads in our area granting access to 2,160 mi long "AT"
Biking, Hiking, and Horseback Riding Trails wind through Forest Service land.
which are accessible to the public for day trips a camping adventures.
Established in 1934, Preserves 520,408 ac of land for future generations to enjoy.
Over half a million acres of preserved forest.
Includes the Cradle of Forestry a 6,500 acre and Forest Discovery Center.
Includes Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest (Robbinsville) 100 year old virgin forest.
(Bryson City) A 6 mi scenic drive ending in a mile long tunnel, to the middle of the woods! Numerous trail heads originating here.
318 curves in 11 miles; America's number one motorcycle and sports car road!
(Franklin) 828- 524-2288
Home to the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians
An outdoor drama depicting the life of local Native hero Tsali.
Portrays the way of life for the Cherokee Indians over 225 years ago.
Try your luck at the tables and slots, have a nice dinner, or check out a concert.
Contains a unique collection of original artifacts
Takes you back in time with it's early 1900's farmstead, with live demonstrations during summer.
The origins, history and development of clan tartans.
A collection of over 250 antique American Motorcycles and Automobiles, plus a unique memorabilia collection.
640 Long Branch Rd.
Bryson City, NC 28713
Cell: (828) 341-5451
Office: (828) 488-4916