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Be inspired by views from the Mile High Swinging Bridge, laugh at bear
cubs and otters in natural habitats, and escape into a globally recognized
nature preserve with 12 miles of the South's best alpine hiking trails.
Open all year. US 221 and the Blue Ridge Parkway at Linville.
828-733-4337 Sunset Cruises
Join Southern Waterways and experience the Biltmore Estate and the French
Broad River in a whole new way on a relaxing sunset raft, canoe, or kayak
ride though George Vanderbilt's prized land holdings. Wednesday and
Saturday nights only.
Learn the history and meet the people of the Cherokee Indian Reservation.
Visit the Oconoluftee Indian Village and see "Unto These Hills" for a
great educational opportunity. Linville
Located in WNC near Grandfather Mountain, Linville Caverns are worth the
visit. Deep beneath Humpback Mountain, nature has sculpted a veritable
masterpiece in stone. Toiling many centuries, slowly moving ground water
has been the primary artist for this creation of underground labyrinths.
The water dissolved out an incredible series of rooms and passages. The
cavern was discovered in the 1800's by men intrigued by the mystery of
fish swimming out of the mountain. Since then, extensive research has been
done to acknowledge the history, folklore, geology and biology of Linville
Caverns. The mystery is still alive.
828 756-4171 or
Oconaluftee Indian Village
Travel back to 1750 when you enter this recreated Cherolkee community
featuring Native American guides in traditional costumes. Craft
demonstration including canoe construction and arrow making take place in
the midst of a seven sided coucil house, sweat lodge and cherokee homes. ,
Ghwy 441 N. Cherokee.
828-497-2111 or 828-497-2315 Flat Rock
One of the finest local playhouses in the United States. Highly acclaimed
throughout the theater world. Check their web site for schedule. Asheville
Take yourself down to the ballgame this summer at McCormic Field, 30
Buchanan St., as you watch Asheville's minor-league heroes, The Tourists,
confront a host of regional contenders.
Asheville Historic Trolley Tours
Sightsee Asheville in style aboard our vintage touring trolleys.Visit
Asheville's major attractions on this live, narrated tour including the
Grove Park Inn,Montford Historic District, Grove Arcade, Biltmore Village
and much,much more.The ticket price includes admission to the Thomas Wolfe
Memorial and Grove Arcade Building.
When you’re in Asheville, you’re just over an hour away from the nation’s
leading home furnishings resource and a shopping experience you’ll never
forget. See a thousand lines in nearly a hundred beautiful factory stores,
outlets and galleries. Ideas galore. Famous North Carolina prices. On-site
hotel, restaurant, shipping service. Visit hickoryfurniture.com.
800/462-MART Biltmore Estate
George Vanderbilt created Biltmore Estate in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge
Mountains more than a century ago as a retreat for family and friends; a
place to rediscover gracious hospitality and revel in nature’s beauty. His
vision holds true today. Explore Biltmore House, a magnificent 250-room
château filled with priceless art and antiques. Stroll through century-old
gardens designed by America’s first landscape architect. Savor
award-winning wines and taste our chefs’ creations using estate-raised
foods. Enjoy our 8,000 acres of forests, farmlands, and rivers on bikes,
horseback, and rafts.
1-800-543-2961 Great Smoky Mountains
With the romance and mystique of an era gone by, guests on board the Great
Smoky Mountains Railroad will enjoy year-round scenic train journeys
across fertile valleys, through tunnels and across river gorges in the
Great Smoky Mountains. Tuckasegee River Excursion (3½ hour round trip),
Nantahala Gorge Excursion (4½ hour round trip) and the Gourmet Dinner
Train (2½ hours) are just a few of the wonderful excursion trips available
1-800-872-4681 or 828-586-8811 Lake Lure Marina
Hop on board one of our many rental boats and discover for yourself why
National Geographic named Lake Lure "one of the ten most beautiful
man-made lakes in the world." Canoe, kayak, paddleboat, electric boat,
pontoon and speed boat rentals. Wakeboarding and waterskiing. U.S. Hwy.
64/74A, 25 miles southeast of Asheville.
877-FUN-4-ALL, (877-386-4255) Chimney Rock
Find the best of the mountains in one place. This privately-owned scenic
attraction near Asheville offers spectacular 75-mile views, a 404-foot
waterfall, hiking trails and more.
828-625-9611 Grove Arcade Arts
and Heritage Gallery
The gallery features an state-of-the-art, interactive exhibition that uses
a solid terrain model animated with regional voices, video, music and
lasers to bring the culture and history of Western North Carolina to life.
The Grove Arcade Arts & Heritage Gallery is a project of the Grove Arcade
Public Market Foundation. Opened in January 2006, the gallery features the
crafts, music and stories of the Blue Ridge. Visit the gallery and
experience the places, objects and activities that authentically represent
the people of Western North Carolina. The Gallery’s mission is to strive
to help drive the local economy of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area
by establishing strategic partnerships and promoting the region’s arts,
crafts, music and cultural heritage. Blue Ridge
Bring the whole family and find your way out of a maze that traverses six
acres of corn field. Open July through October.
828-884-4415 Hickory Ridge
Experience Appalachian life in the late 18th century at this living
history museum composed of a log cabin, a weaving room, a barn and a smoke
house. This outdoor drama, Horn in the West, set during the same era, is
performed on site. Located at 591 Horn in the West Dr., Boone.
The eastern United States highest mountain. Experience a wonderful drive
on the Blue Ridge Parkway north of Asheville to the Mount Mitchell State
Park. A great place to have a picnic and walk on the surrounding trails.
828-271-4779 ext. 200 North
Carolina's National Forests
Take a look at some of the nation's top national forests located in the
great state of North Carolina.
On Reems Chreek Road off US 25 near Weaverville is the restored late 18th
century homestead of North Carolina Senator and Civil War Governor Zebulon
B. Vance. Open year-round. Admission is free.
This new two-lane skyway spans 40 miles to link Tennessee's Tellico Plains
to Robbinsville, NC. Many scenic overlooks allow for beautiful view,
excellent photography, and picnic lunches. Allow 1-1/2 to 2 hrs travel
time. 828-479-6431 Western Carolina
University's Mountain Heritage Center
On WCU campus in Cullowhee. The center celebrates heritage of the Southern
Appalchian region through exhibits, publications, educational programs and
828-227-7129 Pack Place
Education, Arts and Science Center
Downtown across from Pack Square, Pack Place Education, Arts and Science
Center houses Three Centuries of Pack Square, and is the home for the
Asheville Art Museum, Diana Wortham Theater, Colburn Earth Science Museum,
the Health Adventure and the YMI Cultural Center.
"A must see" when visiting Asheville, NC.
Asheville's Urban Trail
The Asheville Urban Trail creates a living, historic walking tour of
Asheville: a museum without walls, that illustrates and highlights the
city's heritage. "The remarkable abundance and survival of much of the
city's turn-of-the-century architecture has set the decorative tone for
the rebirth of the downtown area. And the visual beauty and intricate
detail of the architecture style found here is not only a feast for the
eyes, but also stands as a visual reminder of the remarkable, creative
history of the city and of the dynamic and talented individuals who first
chose Asheville as home." Along the Urban Trail the history of the city
and of its people is represented in story and art.
Blue Ridge Parkway
One of America's finest driving routes, following the the Blue Ridge
Mountains from Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountains. Folk Art
The Folk Art Center, located just east of the heart of Asheville on the
Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 382, is a center for one-of-a-kind,
handmade crafts that are a part of the very fiber of the mountains.
828-298-7928 Cradle of
This is a historical site and interpretive center in Pisgah National
Forest near Brevard. The Cradle of Forestry is a beautiful place to visit
any day of the week.
828-877-3130 Appalachian Trail
This world famous trial runs through North Carolina on its way from the
State of Maine from the Stae of Georgia.
Located between Tryon and Saluda is Pearson's Falls. The Tryon Garden Club
has own this 250-acre site for nearly 70 years. Hours are 10am -6pm
Wednesday-Sunday. Admission is $2 for adults.
828-749-3031 Bent Creek
One of America's oldest research forests that is maintained by the USDA
Nantahala National Forest
This national forest contains the Memorial Joyce Kilmer Forest that
contains one of America's oldest stand of Poplar Trees.
Pisgah National Forest
Nearly 500,000 acres of protected forest, featuring hundreds of miles
hiking, biking, and horse trails, waterfalls, and beautiful mountaintop
views. 828-257-4203 or
Asheville’s first all-women football team is a member of the National
Women's Football association-and a mighty force to be reckoned with! Home
games are held at Memorial Stadium, 30 Buchanan St. Pisgah Center for
A multi-agency wildlife center focusing on the wonders of NC native
wildlife. Attractions include aquarium, guided walks, tour of fish
hatchery, and gift shop. The center also offers a verity of schedules
programs for groups. Special-event programs and educator workshops are
also scheduled during the year. Free admission. FR 475 off us 276 N.
828-877-4423 Pisgah Forest Fish Hatchery
Housed at the base of John Rock, the hatchery raises the thousands of
trout used to stock area streams. Feeding the fish is a real treat for
kids, and an educational center with programs and interpretive walking
trail will educate and entrain all ages. FR 475 off US 276 N., Pisgah
Asheville Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Gardens at Asheville, North Carolina is located in one of
the three most diverse temperate ecosystems on earth - the Southern
Appalachian Mountains. Our collections are primarily native species
displayed in both natural settings and in ways designed for ease of
examination and beauty.
This cemetery in Asheville is the burial place of Thomas Wolfe and O
Henry. 828-258-8480 North Carolina
A 427-acre facility with a Visitor Education Center, state-of-the-art
greenhouses, beautiful gardens, and walking trails.
828-665-2492 Great Smoky
Mountains National Park
America's most visited National Park. The Great Smoky Mountains National
Park has the Blue Ridge Parkway going through it, so it is to access with
great vistas around every turn. WNC Nature Center
The Western North Carolina Nature Center is the first place where area
children meet the animals they have read about. Deers, bears, cougars,
wolf, racoons, birds and even farm animals are there for all to learn
about. Exhibits on area poisonous snakes are worth absorbing. An aviary,
self-guided nature trail and petting zoo make this a great place for the
family. Small admission fee.
828-298-5600 Catawba Science
This is 12,000 sq. feet of "hands-on" experimental exhibits that include
live animals, earth and physical science, toddler areas and natural
history exhibits. Located on the SALT block in the Arts & Sciences Center
of Catawba Valley, 243 Third Ave., NE in Hickory.
Thomas Wolfe House
The boyhood home of the author Thomas Wolfe (Look Homeward, Angel)
is furnished with family possessions and open for tours (appr. 30 min.). A
number of special events take place each year. Small admission fee.
House Museum, Asheville's First Mansion
If you are planning a visit to the Asheville area for the color season,
you might want to plan a visit to the Smith-McDowell House Museum. Built
circa 1840 by James McConnell Smith, the Smith McDowell House is
Asheville's oldest surviving house and the oldest brick house in Buncombe
County, North Carolina. Small admission fee.
828-253-9231 Mineral & Lapidary
The museum is located at 400 North Main Street below the Genealogical and
828-698-1977 Asheville Art
As the single visual arts facility serving Western North Carolina, the
Asheville Art Museum, its collection and programs are the only such
resources available to the diverse communities in the region. YMI
For years, the 18,000 square foot YMI building was the social and economic
center of Asheville's Black community. Currently YMI is a cultural center
operating with support from the City of Asheville. Its impressive
Tudor-style structure is listed on the National Register of Historic
Places and features four galleries and a 300-seat performing arts theatre.
Land of the
Visit over 250 majestic waterfalls throughout Transylvania County. We're
in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains where the air is cool, the waters
are pure, and the welcome is warm! Carl Sandburg Home
This historic site consists of a 22 room house, barns, sheds, rolling
pastures, walking trails, two small lakes, ponds, flower and vegetable
gardens, and an orchard. This is where Carl Sandburg felt the peace and
solitude he required to write.
Contemporary Dance Theatre
The Asheville Contemporary Dance Theatre's work includes family oriented
dance theatre productions, collaborative shows, community involvement,
dance networking, educational training, touring shows and presentations,
and an international exchange program. Appalachian
The mission of the Appalachian Cultural Museum is to provide a continuing
reinterpretation of life and culture in the Blue Ridge region, and to
serve as a laboratory for new museum ideas. The Health
The Health Adventure celebrates the pursuit of wellness in mind, body, and
spirit. The interactive activities throughout the Health Adventure keep
Western North Carolina Agricultural Center
This is the home of the Western North Carolina State Fair. The facilities
include the McGough Arena, J. Clayton Davis Arena, Outside Warmup Rings,
Sales Arena, Stall Barns, and Youth Building.
Gorges State Park
The newest addition to North Carolina's state parks is right here in the
Blue Ridge Mountains. Gorges State Park has over 80 inches of rain a year
making it a temperate rain forest. The plunging waterfalls, rugged river
gorges, sheer rock walls, and concentration of rare and unique species
makes this a wonderful park to visit.
Appalachian Repertory Theatre
SART’s purpose has been to produce quality theatre by a professional
non-profit company and to present plays concerning Appalachia that portray
the rich culture and heritage of its people and to promote the development
of original plays.
Test your sense of adventure at this popular natural water slide fueled by
11,000 gallons of water a minute! Wear old jeans or shorts for the
150-foot long ride down slick rock into a six-foot-deep pool of chilled
mountain water. And for safety's sake, there's a life guard or two
watching the fun and aiming to keep it that way.
If you searched for Ashville NC, you're not
alone. Asheville NC
may be the only city name that is not spelled "Ashville".
Short drive from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Blue Ridge
Parkway, spectacular waterfalls, antique and Appalachian craft shopping,
Smoky Mountains Country Club Golf Course in Whittier, skiing at
Cataloochee, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, hiking, mountain
biking, & kayaking on the Nantahala River. Ride the Great Smoky Mountains
Railway from the Bryson City or Dillsboro depots. Stay near the Cherokee
Indian Reservation and shop for Native American Indian crafts. Appalachian
Trail, Biltmore House and Gardens, Blowing Rock, Cherohala Skyway,
Cherokee Bear Zoo & Exotic Animals, Cherokee Indian Museum, Cherokee
Indian Reservation, Soco Gardens Zoo, Tribal Bingo, Harrahs Casino.
Shopping in Asheville, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Cherokee, Dillsboro,
Maggie Valley. Chimney Rock Park , Mt. Mitchell State Park, Gold City Gem
Mine, Ghost Town in the Sky, Maggie Valley, Road to Nowhere in Bryson
City, Smoky Mountain Jamboree in Maggie Valley, Cradle of Forestry,
Fontana Dam, Deep Creek Tubing in Bryson City, Fields of the Wood, pontoon
boating on Fontana Lake and Dam, Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Great Smoky Mountains Railway from Nantahala River Gorge, Bryson City or
Dillsboro. Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, Linville Caverns, Mountain Farm
and Museum at Great Smoky Mountains National Park Oconaluftee Visitors
Center, Nantahala National Forest, Nantahala River rafting, Oconaluftee
Indian Village, Pisgah National Forest, Santa's Land in Cherokee, Smoky
Mountain Country Club in Whittier, Soco Gardens Zoo, Tribal Bingo, Harrahs
Cherokee Casino, Tsali mountain biking and horse riding, Unto These Hills
Drama in Cherokee, Darnell's Corn Maze in Bryson City. Skiing and
snowboarding at Cataloochee Ski Area. Snow tubing at Cataloochee Ski Area
and Scaly Mountain snow tubing.
So much to do and not enough time to see it all!
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'A Mountain Memory' is a quiet, secluded two
bedrooms, two baths, cabin with easy access to the Nantahala River. This cozy cabin features a rustic decor with pine paneled cathedral
ceilings and wood floors.
Relax in the hot tub spa and enjoy the peaceful
surroundings on the large deck and the private picnic area
and outside grill. Escape to the mountains for Nantahala
River whitewater rafting, Nantahala River trout fly fishing, mountain biking and hiking, while enjoying all the conveniences of home.
This cabin is perfect for a honeymoon or anniversary with its cozy
fireplace stove and romantic Jacuzzi in the loft; the
spaciousness of the cabin makes it also perfect for
a small family.
Amenities include all-glass front
wall facing the view, a rock faced
stove with gas logs, Washer/Dryer,
central Heat/Air, a well
equipped kitchen with microwave, coffee maker and
Entertainment amenities include a four
person hot tub spa on the deck, a large screen TV with Directv satellite
system, DVD and VCR player.
Deck has two comfortable Lafuma recliners,
two camping chairs and a charcoal grill. Bring your charcoal.
Hope you join us in the mountains.
here for up-to-date availability and easy
or call 678-383-4231
I am often away from home. Kindly leave a message
and I'll call you in the evening.
please note: We had motorcycle riders stay with us several times, but
some find the road to the cabin somewhat steep. The parking area is not
large and it may be difficult to turn a trailer around.
We are just
about to leave the cabin and want to thank you for a wonderful stay!
The cabin was just as beautiful as advertised and provided us with a
peaceful vacation surrounded by the beauty of the Smokies. We took
advantage of the nearby watersports, hiking and the Cherokee museum,
and it was wonderful to come back and relax in such a beautiful
setting every night.
Thank you for letting us stay in your wonderful cabin!! Best,
Chrystal and Douglas, Nashville TN 7/12
The stay was
wonderful! The location of the cabin was so close to the drop in
zone for white water rafting on Nantahala! Thanks again. Bruce,
Huntsville AL 7/12
We enjoyed our
stay very much. The cabin was neat and very clean. It was very
useful having internet service available – this helped us research
and plan some activities. It was also great having a Jacuzzi tub as
an alternative to the hot tub. We would definitely rent this cabin
again. Thanks, Scott & April. Greensboro NC 7/12
We had a very
peaceful visit to A Mountain Memory. We loved the proximity to the
rivers and lakes and took advantage of everything we could. The
cabin was very clean and we had everything we needed. Thank you for
making this an easy rental experience.
Matt and Sarah. Marshall NC 5/12
This was the
BEST anniversary my husband and I have ever had!! The cabin was
spotless and cared for all of our needs. My husband even asked me to
make sure we get the same cabin again next year too. The directions
were awesome as they took us straight to the cabin. The scenery was
AMAZING, and the river was so relaxing we didn’t want to come home…lol.
Thanks again for providing us with a vacation we will never forget!!
Star, Greensboro NC 6/12
My husband and I
stayed in A Mountain Memory from May 30 through June 3 and we
absolutely loved the cabin. Everything about it was perfect! When it
came time to check-out we did not have any cash on us so we could
not leave a tip for Bess. Can you please tell me where we may send
it? She did a wonderful job and we would like for her to know that.
Jennifer, Atlanta GA 6/3/12
Walt, YES! We thoroughly enjoyed our visit!!!!!! Thank you so much for
everything. We cannot wait to return. It was the much needed break/R&R
that we needed. We couldn't have found a better place in the mountains
to stay. Everything we needed was right there at our finger tips,
including the handheld mixer! Even the wooden furniture was amazing,
down to the kitchen chairs! I hope the cabin was found acceptable and
clean. We went through and tried our best to leave it how we found it.
Thanks again, Tiffany and Steven ****Things we loved: The beds and
pillows were SO comfortable! Everything was so quaint and cute,
definitely very clean! The hot tub was AMAZING! I'd have to say my
absolute favorite was waking up to the fresh mountain air and having all
those windows to gaze out of with my cup of coffee! HOW RELAXING!!!!! I
swear we can't wait to return!
We had a
wonderful time at the house. It was just what we needed, The
place was very clean just an overall nice place to get a way
for a while. Thank you, Cody, Asheboro NC 3/12
We had a
wonderful time. A Mountain Memory was so cozy, we felt very
much at home the moment we walked in the door. The beds
were amazingly comfortable. We will definitely be renting
again! Mark & Wendy, Debary FL 1/12
enjoy renting ‘A Mountain Memory’ last week. Thanks! The
cabin was very comfortable. Loved the fireplace, Jacuzzi
tub and the hot tub. I was impressed by the nice
furnishings and appliances. I really appreciated finding
the cupboards stocked so well with dishes, pans, etc. I
came with a cake on hand to make and expected to hand mix
it, but was very happy to find the electric mixer in the
kitchen instead! I appreciated finding extra blankets too.
The TV set-up is also very nice… we really enjoyed the
Direct TV, as that’s not something we have at home. We were
surprised to find a DVD player and wireless internet as
well, because I don’t think those were listed in the
amenities. All around, a great vacation… Very relaxing!!!
Sheila & John, Piedmont SC 12/11
Joe and I enjoyed our stay. The cabin was outstanding! We have told
family and friends about romanticcabin.com already. We certainly
plan on using you again. We have added you to our favorites list.
Thanks for a wonderful comfortable and beautiful place to stay for
Karan, Summerville SC 8/11
was very nice! The pictures from the web site did little justice
to the actual cabin. Other then the food we had to buy on the
way in, everything was there. It was very clean. I was worried
being a little close to the road if you could hear the cars and
trucks but actually it was very quite at night. Overall it was
very relaxing and cozy! The spa was clean and did take a little
longer then expected to warm to desired temperature but once all
set up it was the best feature! I also enjoyed having a
washer/dryer combo there on site, it made our stay very smooth
and plus I hate traveling back with smelly clothes. Thanks for
the experience! The cabin was an easy find thanks to your
directions. We will definitely be planning another trip in
months/years to come. Thanks again!
David, Fort Worth TX 5/11
We had an
enjoyable and memorable stay at Mountain Memory. The cabin was
meticulously clean, quaint, and beautifully decorated. For us
Floridians, it was cold, but you would never know it from inside our
cabin. The central heat supplied us with ample amount of warm air,
making us feel all cozy inside. We had a great time and look forward
to visiting again soon. Sincerely, Jeremy and Lori, Bradenton, FL
Walt, we had a wonderful vacation! "A Mountain Memory" was much
more than we expected for the price!!!! Our boys absolutely loved
having a loft bedroom to themselves and their own bathroom. My
husband and I drank our coffee on the deck each morning, while listening
to the sounds of nature and enjoying the cool mountain breeze. Thank you
so much! Josh and Bev. Kentucky.
Our stay at the cabin was beyond my expectations. The pictures on the web
some how don't do the cabin justice. My wife and I were both very
impressed with how nice the cabin is. It was a truly wonderful stay that
we hope to repeat in the future. Thank ya'll so much! Sincerely, Noah &
Hannah p.s. See ya'll again soon!
My wife and I
thoroughly enjoyed ourselves at your Mountain Memory Home. The
pictures really don't do your cabins justice once you cross the
threshold. We literally had to force ourselves out of the cabin it
was so nice. We have not decided were we are going this year for
our anniversary but your place by far has been the best and well worth
the 6hr drive from Greensboro, NC. Thanks again, JD
Your cabin was
absolutely lovely and made our stay in North Carolina very, very
pleasurable. Very clean and well equipped and the location was just
superb for the things we wanted to do. My husband took his motorbike
with us so we enjoyed many days of riding the tail of the dragon and
even took several day trips to Tennessee. We rafted on the Nantalaha
River several times, took a few day hikes on the AT, and did a few of
the very challenging trails at Tsali. We also had a lot of fun visiting
Asheville and the smaller towns. Great vacation! A fabulous vacation and
we would love the rent your cabin on the lake next time. Bobbie What a
fantastic way to spend a honeymoon! The cabin was more than we
could have imagined. Immaculate, romantic, completely relaxing and
inviting. The decor is perfect and the Jacuzzi and hot tub, well,
what can we say? Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing this
lovely retreat. We hope to celebrate many anniversaries and
special occasions in your "cabin in the sky". With warmest regards,
James and JoAnne
I just wanted to
say that my boyfriend and I loved "A Mountain Memory". The pictures
you had on your website really sold me on this cabin and once we got there
we were not disappointed. Thanks again and we will definitely be back!
Walt, Our family had a
great week! The cabin was much more than we had expected. So wonderful!
Everything from the towels to the hot tub were "top of the line". We will
certainly be back. Take care and thanks again. The Cockrell clan
Shari and I had the
most wonderful and beautiful time during our stay! We said over and over again
to each other that our "Mountain Memory" was the best vacation either of us have
ever had! We enjoyed it so much that we never left the driveway in the car
during our entire time there! We did take a walk up the road (found out how out
of shape we were...) but the rest of the time we just relaxed and enjoyed our
time together in "A Mountain Memory." We are seriously considering renting there
again. Thank You. John and Shari
Which is it? Smoky or Smokey?
We spell it both ways on this web site. So, if you're searching for
honeymoon, anniversary or family vacation rental accommodations and log homes,
cabins and cottages for rent in the "Smokey" mountains, you'll be sure to find
us. Both are common spellings. But if you want to be correct about it, spell it
the way the National Park Service does — the Great Smoky Mountains.
Smokey the Bear, on the other hand, spells his name the other way.
And if you're wondering about "Smokeys", "Smokys" or "Smokies,"
they're all correct.
you searched for Ashville NC, you're not alone. Asheville North Carolina
may be the only city name that is not spelled "Ashville".
Tail of the Dragon and Cherohala Skyway NC and TN Motorcycle
The Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap, with 318 curves in 11 miles, is
America ’s number one motorcycle and sports car road. The nearby
Cherohala Skyway is quickly becoming number two with its remote 60
miles of scenic mountain highway. The area also has other roads less
traveled, but just as exciting. Come and discover them all.
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Cherokee Indian Reserve and Harrah's Casino in Cherokee. Only a scenic 1
1/2 hour excursion to Asheville NC and Biltmore House Estate.
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