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Hendersonville, NC

Hendersonville, NC

Hendersonville is a beautiful city that offers something for everyone from hiking in the Pisgah National Forest to exploring a true castle in the mountains with The Biltmore House and Gardens or just enjoying a relaxing walk down our downtown area with every kind of shop you can think of. www.historichendersonville.org/
Carl Sandburg Home

Carl Sandburg Home

The home of America’s poet, Carl Sandburg, is quite a baronial estate for an old socialist. It was designated as a National Historic Site in 1968 to honor Carl Sandburg’s compelling collection of stories.
The Flat Rock Playhouse

The Flat Rock Playhouse

The Flat Rock Playhouse is the state theatre of North Carolina. It offers ten shows throughout the season and has classes and internship programs for young actors.Flat Rock Playhouse now hosts over 90,000 patrons annually and is a major contributor to the local economy and the Arts in North Carolina. www.flatrockplayhouse.org/
Chimney Rock State Park

Chimney Rock State Park

The natural fulfillment of your trip to the North Carolina mountains. Take a deep breath of refreshing mountain air, become invigorated by our hiking trails and let your cares fade away in the cool mist of Hickory Nut Falls.
DuPont State Forest

DuPont State Forest

The forested land was purchased by the State of North Carolina, after DuPont sold its industrial operation in 1996 and 1997; the surrounding land holdings became DuPont State Forest. The forest encompasses 10,268 acres in Henderson and Transylvania counties. It is situated in the Little River valley and includes waterfalls and 80 miles of roads and trails wandering through mountainous terrain.
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Biltmore House and Gardens

Biltmore House and Gardens

Biltmore House and Gardens offers a view into the turn of the 20th century lifestyle of the Vanderbilt family. This one-of-a-kind American “castle” offers the visitor an awe-inspiring experience of elegance complete with paintings, tapestries and 250 rooms!
Grandfather Mountain

Grandfather Mountain

Towering 5,946 feet above northwest North Carolina, Grandfather Mountain is operated as a scenic travel attraction and is one of the world’s most environmentally diverse nature preserves. Marvel at 360-degree views of mountain ridge after mountain ridge cascading to the horizon and let our knowledgeable staff help you find your own perfect mountain adventure.
Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue Ridge Parkway

A drive down the Blue Ridge Parkway is slow paced and relaxing. Almost any overlook or trail will reveal much of the natural and cultural history here. Explore the many communities along the route that make our region so special. Enjoy the view, but watch the road!
Pisgah National Forest

Pisgah National Forest

The half million acres of the Pisgah National Forest surrounding Asheville features some of the most beautiful and rugged mountain scenery, and the best recreational opportunities in eastern North America.
Asheville, NC

Asheville, NC

Asheville is that type of unique, special place that lingers sweetly in your mind and memories for years to come. The city’s rich architectural legacy with its mix of Art Deco, Beaux Arts and Neoclassical styles is the perfect retro-urban backdrop to the edgy energy that emanates from the locally owned-shops and art galleries, distinctive restaurants and exciting entertainment venues.
Cherokee, NC

Cherokee, NC

The Cherokee Indians were the first to be charmed by the natural beauty of the mountains, fresh flowing streams and rivers, and clear blue sky in what they called “Land of the Blue Smoke”, or Smoky Mountains as we know them today.
Lake Lure, NC

Lake Lure, NC

Nestled among the Blue Ridge Mountains is a sparking jewel- Lake Lure, North Carolina. And is waiting for you to discover. Tour what National Geographic called “one of the most beautiful man made lakes in the world”.
Cradle of Forestry, Brevard, NC

Cradle of Forestry, Brevard, NC

The 6,500-acre Cradle of Forestry Historic Site in the Pink Beds valley, NC, was established by Congress in 1968 and contains the first official school for forestry in America – the Biltmore Forest School. After purchasing land in the Asheville, NC area in the mid to late 1800’s, George Vanderbilt was prompted by Frederick Law Olmsted to hire a forester to maintain his property.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America’s most visited national park.
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