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  • Wheels Through Time Museum

    Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, NC June 29th 2016

    If you’re a motorcycle lover, you will be intrigued by the exquisite and rare pieces at the Wheels Through Time Museum located in Maggie Valley, NC!  The awe-inspiring collection motorcycles began with a man named Dale Walksler and his passion for collecting and restoring old motorcycles.  

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    Western North Carolina BBQ Festival June 29th 2016

    Have you heard about the Western North Carolina BBQ Festival? Are you curious about the major attractions of this festival?  If you’re a BBQ lover, then mark your calendar for July 22nd and 23rd and plan to attend the Western North Carolina BBQ Festival! This two-day festival will be held in Maggie Valley, NC.  Come […]

  • 2016 Festival Information June 2nd 2016

    Maggie Valley and the surrounding area hosts many festivals and events throughout the year and we are pleased to provide you the information to make your visit to the area more memorable! Click on the link below for a handy printout of the upcoming festivities! 2016-Festival-1-5

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    The Best Places to Eat in Maggie Valley May 27th 2016

    Maggie Valley is a small town in Haywood County, North Carolina that is awash with tourist destinations and numerous attractions. It is home to the famed Sky amusement park in which Ghost Town is located. There are many tourist activities and top restaurants where you can sample the finest in savory cuisines Maggie Valley has […]

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    Golf Courses in the Maggie Valley Area May 20th 2016

    Maggie Valley, NC is known to have some of the best golf courses in America! Some of these courses have won awards and continue attracting hundreds of visitors each year. They come both to play tee offs and enjoy the serene environment of Great Smoky Mountains! Below are some of the most popular golf courses […]

  • Swimming holes in Maggie Valley

    The Top Swimming Holes in Maggie Valley Area May 13th 2016

    Do you like natural swimming pools? Do you want to enjoy the waterfalls? If you love to swim and you love the great outdoors, nothing can enhance your swimming experience more than a swim in one of nature’s swimming holes!  Just imagine a natural swimming pool nestled in the beautiful Smoky Mountains backdrop! What a […]

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    4 Top Reasons To Visit Asheville’s Biltmore Estate May 2nd 2016

    Asheville, North Carolina is home to of one of the most beautiful historical estates in the United States, The Biltmore Estate.   This magnificent property is located in the beautiful Smoky Mountains approximately, approximately a 40 minute drive from Maggie Valley, NC.  Situated on a staggering 8000-acre estate, this 250-room house was the genius work of […]

  • Soco Falls

    Soco Falls April 22nd 2016

    Soco Falls is situated in Cherokee, North Carolina close to Blue Ridge Parkway. One can easily access this double waterfall from highway 19. With just a five-minute walk down a well-maintained trail, one can arrive at a scenic viewing platform. Located on the left of the viewing platform, you will find a very steep trail […]

  • bike trails in maggie valley

    Best Bike Trails near Maggie Valley, North Carolina April 22nd 2016

    If you’re planning a biking outing in Maggie Valley, you want to visit the best trails you can find. Maggie Valley boasts a wide variety of different types of bike trails with scenic views of the Great Smoky Mountains.  When selecting the best bike trail for you and your family or friends, take a moment […]

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    The Best Summer Festivals Around Maggie Valley, NC April 13th 2016

    Summer is just around the corner and with summer comes a host of festivals in the Smoky Mountains.  Maggie Valley, NC, is a popular summer vacation site and famous for quite a few things. It is scenically gorgeous and therefore attracts tourists from across the country and also from other parts of the world. The […]



  • We went with a large group to the Maggie Valley Creekside Lodge and they were incredibly helpful and hospitable. The accommodations were great. The large foyer area was wonderful for the group and the staff was incredible. They made us welcome in so many ways. The rates were incredibly reasonable and the room had all the necessary amenities.

    Chip T.

  • We loved our visit here! We just got home last night and we all wish we were still there! The staff is extremely helpful and the rooms are nice and clean. We spent a lot of time by the stunning creek cooking dinner on the grill and roasting s'mores over the fire pit. It is centrally located to many attractions. We went on many day trips and didn't spend all day in the car getting there. It's also within walking distance of restaurants and shops, but you may find yourself eating by the rushing creek instead!

    Amie M.

  • Really enjoyable place to stay. Room had a balcony overlooking the creek. Spacious room with comfortable bed. Staff was very nice and friendly. Took only 35-40 minutes to reach the Valley at Cataloochee where the elk were in rut. Awesome stay and can't wait to go back.


  • Clean, friendly, quiet, relaxing. Heartfelt thanks to Carol and her entire staff for making our group feel at home again this year. They went out of their way to make sure we had what we needed to make our event a success. We will be back again!

    Ricky Y.

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