If you searching for things to do in Maggie Valley, look no further. Located on the fringe of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and two national forests, outdoor pursuits like hiking, camping, biking, whitewater rafting and horseback riding are favorites. You can also head over to the Cataloochee Valley area of the park and see the elk, which have been successfully reintroduced into the park. Below are links to just some of the most popular things to do while visiting Maggie Valley.
Outstanding scenery and recreational opportunities make the Blue Ridge Parkway one of the most popular units of the National Park System. "America's Favorite Drive" winds its way 469 miles through mountain meadows and past seemingly endless vistas. Split-rail fences, old farmsteads and historic structures complement spectacular views of distant mountains and neighboring valleys.
3116 Soco Rd Maggie Valley, NC 28751 - (828) 926-1288 If you want to see a variety of Appalachian and other American country dance styles performed in one place and at the same time‚ the Stompin’ Ground is your spot. The dance floor is enormous - 60 by 80 feet - with seating for nearly a thousand people. The Ivy Hill Band plays a variety of mountain and popular music‚ from old-time fiddle tunes to contemporary country hits.
Ridge upon ridge of endless forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World renowned for the diversity of its 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.
Visit Cataloochee Ski Area this season and experience southern hospitality on the slopes. For generations of snow-loving families, Cataloochee is a winter tradition, and with good reason. Our winter playground is nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains with breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks – riding the chairlift has never been more rewarding.
After being closed for nearly 5 years Ghost Town has underwent a rebirth. Located at the top of this mountain, in Maggie Valley, North Carolina, is a mile high fun center with an old west setting. To get to the top you must either ride a chair lift, or a railway tram and this is an adventure in itself. When you go to Ghost Town you can fulfill all your fantasies of visiting a wild west town complete with bank robberies, jail breaks, and gun fights.
Ride the crest of the latest wave in outdoor winter fun and Tubing! Tube World now brings this exciting fun-packed family experience to Maggie Valley, North Carolina. With Cataloochee's famous snow making expertise your assured a good time no matter what the weather.
Four of the most fascinating acres at Biltmore Estate are all under one roof. America's largest home boasts 250 rooms, 65 fireplaces, an indoor pool, bowling alley, priceless art and antiques. Many of the grapes that go into our award-winning wines are handpicked from our own lakeside vineyards and carried to our state-of-the-art winery. Under the watchful eye of our French winemaker, great wine is becoming a new Biltmore tradition.
3605 Soco Road, Maggie Valley, NC 28751 The Maggie Valley Oprey House feature traditional Bluegrass and Mountain Music and is the home of banjo ledgend Raymond Fairchild. Open nightly, May through October. 828-926-9336