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Mama Gerties Hideaway Campground
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Local Fun & Recreation

A feast for the eyes as well as the soul, you'll find yourself renewed from the natural beauty of waterfalls and national forests that encumber the essence of North Carolina. Breathtaking views, amazing local sights, good old-fashioned southern hospitality are located nearby.

  • Canoeing & Whitewater Rafting
  • Mountain Biking
  • Hiking Trails
  • Rock Climbing
  • Horseback Riding
  • Numerous Waterfalls
  • Cold, Fast-Running, Mountain Streams
  • Skiing
  • Fishing
  • Golfing

  • Pottery & Antique Shops
  • Huge Furniture Mart.
  • Specialty Shops & Galleries
  • Mountain Crafts
  • Arts & Culture
  • Farmers Market
  • Excellent Casual & Fine Dining
  • Festival & Events for all Seasons

Biltmore Estate Biltmore Estate - No house in America brings the glorious Gilded Age more vividly to life than Biltmore House. More than 90 rooms, faithfully preserved and filled with thousands of original furnishings, suggest that the Vanderbilts are still at home. From the opulent living quarters enjoyed by family and friends to the downstairs domain of the domestic staff, the House presents a detailed portrait of the great 19th-century country estate.

Blue Ridge Parkway Blue Ridge Parkway - The Blue Ridge Parkway extends 469 miles through the southern Appalachians of Virginia and North Carolina, linking Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountain National Parks along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Designed as a "scenic drive", the Parkway provides both stunning scenery and close-up looks at the natural and cultural history of the mountains.

Chimney Rock Park Chimney Rock Park - Chimney Rock Park is a privately-owned, natural scenic attraction located on Highway 64/74A about 25 miles southeast of Asheville, and about 18 miles east of Hendersonville, North Carolina. Chimney Rock Park is situated in beautiful Hickory Nut Gorge, which contains the small towns of Gerton, Bat Cave, Chimney Rock Village and Lake Lure. The Park has been owned by the Morse family since 1902 and they receive no federal or state subsidies to underwrite upkeep and maintenance of the Park and trail system.

photo_cove_100_x_100 The Cove - Resting on 1,500 beautiful acres in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville, North Carolina, The Cove is a place away from the outside distractions of a busy world. It was created from a God-given vision of Billy and Ruth Graham to be a special place where people can come and experience God and His Word in a way that transforms their lives.

Grandfather Mountain Grandfather Mountain - Grandfather Mountain, highest peak in the Blue Ridge, is the only private park in the world designated by the United Nations as an International Biosphere Reserve. Considered the most biologically diverse mountain in eastern North America, Grandfather welcomes visitors from across the globe to this unique example of the endangered high-elevation spruce-fir ecosystem.

The Grove Park Inn Resort Grove Park Inn - The Grove Park Inn Resort, one of the American South's oldest and most famous grand resorts, was built in 1913 overlooking Asheville, North Carolina's skyline and the Blue Ridge Mountains. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn is a favorite year-round destination with its splendid views, old world charm, massive fireplaces, and a long tradition of exceptional service and hospitality.

Harrah's Cherokee Casino Harrah's Cherokee Casino - At the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains, and within a day's drive of more than one-half the U.S. population -- 60,000 square feet of gaming space featuring over 2,400 electronic video games awaits guests. Open seven days a week, 24-hours a day.

Mount Mitchell State Park Mount Mitchell State Park - Explore miles of hiking trails and reward yourself with breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Ascend the highest peak east of the Mississippi, rising to 6,684 feet and watch the world take on a new perspective from the observation tower. Visit the museum and learn about the natural and cultural history of North Carolina's first state park. The famished hiker or the hungry tourist can enjoy a relaxing meal in the restaurant.

Pisgah National Forest Pisgah National Forest - The Pisgah National Forest covers 495,000 acres in the mountains of western North Carolina. It is named for the mountain from which Moses saw the promised land. A vast diversity of plants and animals provide not only spectacular scenery, but opportunities for nature study, wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, and photography. Water comes both fast and slow for swimmers, boaters, and whitewater enthusiasts.

WNC Nature Center WNC Nature Center - The Nature Center is a living museum exhibiting plants and animals that are native to the Southern Appalachians. The education philosophy of the Nature Center is to interpret the natural environment of Western North Carolina in a holistic manner, treating each organism or environmental factor as a component of the overall ecosystem. The goal of the Nature Center is to foster understanding of the Southern Appalachian bioregion in order that individual components of the ecosystem, including humans, may be seen and understood in the proper perspective.

The Swannanoa Gathering The Swannanoa Gathering - A series of week-long workshops in various folk music and dance (Old-Time Music and Dance, Celtic, Guitar, Fiddle and Traditional Song) held in July and August on the campus of Warren Wilson College just east of Asheville in the heart of North Carolina's beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. We offer an intimate, supportive community experience for students of all abilities, featuring a staff of some of the finest performers and teachers in the world.

As to not misrepresent any of the above Area Attractions, their companies and/or organizations, each excerpt was taken from the actual websites to which the corresponding link directs and remains the property of its respective website, company and/or organization.

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