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Waterstone Cottage Guidebook

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Waterstone Cottage Guidebook

Area Activities
There are so many beautiful places to explore near the cabin. These are just some of our favorites...
Boat rentals, aquatic center, fishing, and many other activities.
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Lake Junaluska
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Boat rentals, aquatic center, fishing, and many other activities.
Swimming pool, water slide, playground, fishing, etc.
Canton Recreation Park
77 Penland St
Swimming pool, water slide, playground, fishing, etc.
Sliding Rock is a 60 foot mountain water slide that ends in an 8 foot deep pool of water. Nearly 11,000 gallons of water per minute power this natural wonder. Onlookers can watch the fun from two observation platforms. The site is staffed from Memorial Day to Labor Day and is open 7 days a week. This area is heavily used between the hours of 12 noon and 4 pm, so please come early. After Labor Day weekend, it is staffed Saturdays and Sundays only from 10am-6pm until October 28th. 7851 Pisgah Hwy Pisgah Forest, NC 28768
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Sliding Rock
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Sliding Rock is a 60 foot mountain water slide that ends in an 8 foot deep pool of water. Nearly 11,000 gallons of water per minute power this natural wonder. Onlookers can watch the fun from two observation platforms. The site is staffed from Memorial Day to Labor Day and is open 7 days a week. This area is heavily used between the hours of 12 noon and 4 pm, so please come early. After Labor Day weekend, it is staffed Saturdays and Sundays only from 10am-6pm until October 28th. 7851 Pisgah Hwy Pisgah Forest, NC 28768
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 418.8 A short downhill hike (partly paved) leads to one of three waterfalls. A popular hiking destination, Graveyard Fields morphs into a wild blueberry patch in late summer and fall, so bring your buckets.
Graveyard Fields Upper Falls
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 418.8 A short downhill hike (partly paved) leads to one of three waterfalls. A popular hiking destination, Graveyard Fields morphs into a wild blueberry patch in late summer and fall, so bring your buckets.
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 420 This section of trails includes some of the most spectacular mountains and balds in the Southern Appalachains, including Black Balsam Knob, Sam Knob, and Tennant Mountain. These treeless mountaintops draw people from afar due to their sweeping views and alpine appearance.
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Black Balsam Knob
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Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 420 This section of trails includes some of the most spectacular mountains and balds in the Southern Appalachains, including Black Balsam Knob, Sam Knob, and Tennant Mountain. These treeless mountaintops draw people from afar due to their sweeping views and alpine appearance.
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 422.8 Devil’s Courthouse, on the Blue Ridge Parkway, presides over some of the most spectacular views in the Blue Ridge Mountains. From the top of Devil’s Courthouse at 5,720 feet, visitors can see into South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee in a 360-degree panorama. Devil’s Courthouse may have received its name because of the sinister aspect of the rock formation, or because, as legend holds, the devil held court in the cave that lies beneath the rock. In Cherokee lore, this cave is the private dancing chamber and dwelling place of the slant-eyed giant, Judaculla. Devil’s Courthouse provides habitat for a variety of rare, high-altitude plants. Some of these alpine species may be remnants from the last glacial period. Hawks, ravens, vultures, eagles, and peregrine falcons ride the hot air currents that rise from the valley.
Devils Courthouse
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 422.8 Devil’s Courthouse, on the Blue Ridge Parkway, presides over some of the most spectacular views in the Blue Ridge Mountains. From the top of Devil’s Courthouse at 5,720 feet, visitors can see into South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee in a 360-degree panorama. Devil’s Courthouse may have received its name because of the sinister aspect of the rock formation, or because, as legend holds, the devil held court in the cave that lies beneath the rock. In Cherokee lore, this cave is the private dancing chamber and dwelling place of the slant-eyed giant, Judaculla. Devil’s Courthouse provides habitat for a variety of rare, high-altitude plants. Some of these alpine species may be remnants from the last glacial period. Hawks, ravens, vultures, eagles, and peregrine falcons ride the hot air currents that rise from the valley.
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 431 Richland Balsam, a mountain near Waynesville, North Carolina, rises to 6,410 feet and is the highest peak on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Visitors can reach the summit on a 1.5 mile, self-guided loop trail that passes through a spruce-fir forest. The term “balsam” is commonly applied to Fraser fir and red spruce, the scent of which permeates the fresh air on the mountain. Two varieties of spruce grow at Richland Balsam: “he-balsam” has rough bark and prickly needles like a man’s beard and “she-balsam” has smooth barked fir with shiny flat needles. Other plants such as blackberry and elderberry grow where the firs have been knocked over by windstorms, opening the forest floor to sunlight. We recommend stopping at this overlook for a picture in front of both the incredible view and the large sign located here signifying the relevance of this spot.
Richland Balsam Overlook
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 431 Richland Balsam, a mountain near Waynesville, North Carolina, rises to 6,410 feet and is the highest peak on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Visitors can reach the summit on a 1.5 mile, self-guided loop trail that passes through a spruce-fir forest. The term “balsam” is commonly applied to Fraser fir and red spruce, the scent of which permeates the fresh air on the mountain. Two varieties of spruce grow at Richland Balsam: “he-balsam” has rough bark and prickly needles like a man’s beard and “she-balsam” has smooth barked fir with shiny flat needles. Other plants such as blackberry and elderberry grow where the firs have been knocked over by windstorms, opening the forest floor to sunlight. We recommend stopping at this overlook for a picture in front of both the incredible view and the large sign located here signifying the relevance of this spot.
Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 451.2 Waterrock Knob is a must-stop along the Blue Ridge Parkway. It features the last hiking trail along the Parkway as you travel toward the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This peak (6,292 feet) is the 16th highest mountain in the Eastern United States and the the 15th highest of the 40 mountains in North Carolina over 6,000 feet. The hiking trail also leads to a plane crash site and Mount Lynn Lowry if you choose to hike farther. And if you don’t feel like hiking, there are fantastic views both east and west from the “mile high” parking area complete with picnic tables to soak in the views. The parking lot is also home to a Visitor Center and restrooms. This is one of the best places in the North Carolina mountains to watch a sunrise or sunset.
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Waterrock Knob
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Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 451.2 Waterrock Knob is a must-stop along the Blue Ridge Parkway. It features the last hiking trail along the Parkway as you travel toward the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This peak (6,292 feet) is the 16th highest mountain in the Eastern United States and the the 15th highest of the 40 mountains in North Carolina over 6,000 feet. The hiking trail also leads to a plane crash site and Mount Lynn Lowry if you choose to hike farther. And if you don’t feel like hiking, there are fantastic views both east and west from the “mile high” parking area complete with picnic tables to soak in the views. The parking lot is also home to a Visitor Center and restrooms. This is one of the best places in the North Carolina mountains to watch a sunrise or sunset.
The best section of the Blue Ridge Parkway is between Milepost 405.5 – 455.7. Arcing along the peaks on our southern border, this is the highest and most scenic portion of the 469-mile long ride and is Haywood County’s crowning jewel.
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蓝岭山脉
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The best section of the Blue Ridge Parkway is between Milepost 405.5 – 455.7. Arcing along the peaks on our southern border, this is the highest and most scenic portion of the 469-mile long ride and is Haywood County’s crowning jewel.
Nourish your spirit with the beauty of America’s largest home (a 250-room French chateau built by George Vanderbilt in 1895) and the bounty of their magnificent gardens and vineyards, relax on the 8,000-acre Blue Ridge backyard, then treat yourself to exceptional shopping.
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比特摩尔庄园
1 Lodge Street
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Nourish your spirit with the beauty of America’s largest home (a 250-room French chateau built by George Vanderbilt in 1895) and the bounty of their magnificent gardens and vineyards, relax on the 8,000-acre Blue Ridge backyard, then treat yourself to exceptional shopping.
Waynesville, North Carolina, is the largest town in Western North Carolina. Downtown Waynesville has a quaint, urban charm, perfect for walkable shopping in local boutiques and gift shops for artisan goods. For visitors interested in enjoying a unique, flavorful Appalachian experience, Waynesville offers a vibrant farm-to-table restaurant and craft beer scene.
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Waynesville
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Waynesville, North Carolina, is the largest town in Western North Carolina. Downtown Waynesville has a quaint, urban charm, perfect for walkable shopping in local boutiques and gift shops for artisan goods. For visitors interested in enjoying a unique, flavorful Appalachian experience, Waynesville offers a vibrant farm-to-table restaurant and craft beer scene.
Located along the serene banks of the Pigeon River in the eastern region of Haywood County, Canton is known for its rich culture and storied history. If you are interested in taking a step back in time and immersing yourself in the culture of the Appalachia, Canton is the place for you. Things to do: Canton Labor Day Festival – The longest-running Labor Day celebration in the Southeast. Locals and visitors come together to enjoy an amazing music lineup, have fun at the Papertown Kids Village, experience the Handmade Craft Expo, shop the Buy Haywood Farmers Market and take in the surrounding mountain scenery each Labor Day weekend. Pickin’ in the Park – Friday summer nights in Canton are made for live music at the Canton Recreational Park. Grab a lawn chair and picnic blanket, and listen to live bluegrass and old-time bands play. Festival of Lights – Every winter, the streets of Canton are filled with the glow of thousands of holiday lights in celebration of the season. Christmas Parade – This nighttime holiday parade includes an appearance from Santa, as well as the sights, sounds and spirit of this iconic season. Colonial Theatre ­­– This historic theater was built in 1932, renovated in 1992 and again in 2006. Stop by and enjoy concerts, movies and special events throughout the year. This is also where hometown favorite Balsam Range performs their annual winter concert. Locust Fields Cemetery – One of the oldest and most historic cemeteries in Haywood County, this cemetery’s involvement during the Civil War has earned it a marker on the North Carolina Civil War Trail. The Imperial and Southern Porch – This historic, Victorian-style building was built in the late 1800s and offers visitors dining, live music and a storied history involving a trap door in the dining area. Pigeon River – Flowing directly through downtown Canton, this waterway allows visitors to enjoy numerous recreational activities, including fishing, kayaking, canoeing and tubing.
Canton
Located along the serene banks of the Pigeon River in the eastern region of Haywood County, Canton is known for its rich culture and storied history. If you are interested in taking a step back in time and immersing yourself in the culture of the Appalachia, Canton is the place for you. Things to do: Canton Labor Day Festival – The longest-running Labor Day celebration in the Southeast. Locals and visitors come together to enjoy an amazing music lineup, have fun at the Papertown Kids Village, experience the Handmade Craft Expo, shop the Buy Haywood Farmers Market and take in the surrounding mountain scenery each Labor Day weekend. Pickin’ in the Park – Friday summer nights in Canton are made for live music at the Canton Recreational Park. Grab a lawn chair and picnic blanket, and listen to live bluegrass and old-time bands play. Festival of Lights – Every winter, the streets of Canton are filled with the glow of thousands of holiday lights in celebration of the season. Christmas Parade – This nighttime holiday parade includes an appearance from Santa, as well as the sights, sounds and spirit of this iconic season. Colonial Theatre ­­– This historic theater was built in 1932, renovated in 1992 and again in 2006. Stop by and enjoy concerts, movies and special events throughout the year. This is also where hometown favorite Balsam Range performs their annual winter concert. Locust Fields Cemetery – One of the oldest and most historic cemeteries in Haywood County, this cemetery’s involvement during the Civil War has earned it a marker on the North Carolina Civil War Trail. The Imperial and Southern Porch – This historic, Victorian-style building was built in the late 1800s and offers visitors dining, live music and a storied history involving a trap door in the dining area. Pigeon River – Flowing directly through downtown Canton, this waterway allows visitors to enjoy numerous recreational activities, including fishing, kayaking, canoeing and tubing.
Favorite Restaurants
These are some of the places we've tried as well as recommendations from neighbors.
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Sweet Onion
39 Miller Street
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Bocelli's Italian Eatery
319 N Haywood St
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Pub 319
319 N Haywood St
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Frogs Leap Public House
44 Church St
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Chef's Table
30 Church St
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Pisgah Inn
408 Blue Ridge Pkwy
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Bogart's Restaurant and Tavern
303 South Main Street
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Jukebox Junction Restaurant & Soda Shoppe
6303 Pigeon Rd
Southern Porch
117 Main St
Papas & Beer
1863 S Main St
Medical Facilities
Urgent Care Canton
55 Buckeye Cove Rd
Mission Hospital-St Joseph Campus
428 Biltmore Ave
Haywood Regional Medical Center
262 Leroy George Dr
MinuteClinic
733 Russ Ave
Urgent Care West
556 Hazelwood Ave
Festivals
Folkmoot USA
112 Virginia Avenue
Thousands of bikers roll into the Great Smoky Mountains for the busiest motorcycle weekend of the year. Maggie Valley is a biker friendly town and a great place for bikers to gather for a rally in the valley surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. It makes for a rumbling weekend in the Great Smoky Mountains. Our tour ride is second to none. Besides all the mountain roads do not miss the hilarious Bike Games where $1,000 cash prize goes to the winners and another $1,000 cash prize to the Bike Show winners. You can join us at the Thunder in the Smokies every spring, summer and fall for a weekend of fun. We will be in Maggie Valley, NC on the main road, Hwy 19, only minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Maggie Valley is less than ten minutes from I-40. Thunder in the or Smoky's is not the Carolina Dealers Rally or the Rally in the Valley. Thunder in the Smokey's is an independent rally hosted by Handlebar Corral Productions.
Thunder in the Smokies
3374 Soco Rd
Thousands of bikers roll into the Great Smoky Mountains for the busiest motorcycle weekend of the year. Maggie Valley is a biker friendly town and a great place for bikers to gather for a rally in the valley surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. It makes for a rumbling weekend in the Great Smoky Mountains. Our tour ride is second to none. Besides all the mountain roads do not miss the hilarious Bike Games where $1,000 cash prize goes to the winners and another $1,000 cash prize to the Bike Show winners. You can join us at the Thunder in the Smokies every spring, summer and fall for a weekend of fun. We will be in Maggie Valley, NC on the main road, Hwy 19, only minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Maggie Valley is less than ten minutes from I-40. Thunder in the or Smoky's is not the Carolina Dealers Rally or the Rally in the Valley. Thunder in the Smokey's is an independent rally hosted by Handlebar Corral Productions.
2019 Calendar of Events & Festivals on MAIN Festivals, special events and performances are held frequently in Downtown Waynesville, by The Downtown Waynesville Association, The Town of Waynesville, and other area organizations. All take place on MAIN STREET unless otherwise stated. Jan 19, Feb 16, Mar 16 – Winter ARTS Smokies Style - Events on Saturdays downtown, Warming you up! May 25 - Rockin’ BLOCK PARTY - Saturday night Memorial Day weekend, 7-10 pm; Dancing on Main Street; 3 live bands; Kids activities; Restaurants open. May through November - First Friday of each month - “ART after DARK” – Gallery stroll; Downtown Galleries remain open until 9 pm. Artist’s receptions, demonstrations, musicians. Restaurants open; other businesses extend hours. June 28 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned Mountain hoe down, clogging, square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 - 9 pm. July 4 - Thurs - STARS & STRIPES Celebration Live music & entertainment. 11 am - 3 pm. Shops & restaurants open all day. KIDS Patriotic Parade, 11 am (all Kids Welcome; Show up & Sign-up: 10 am @ Courthouse lawn) Ice cream for parade participants at the end, Waynesville First Baptist Church, S Main. July 12 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned mountain hoe down, clogging & square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 – 9 pm. July 20 - Saturday – Folkmoot USA PARADE of NATIONS Dancers & Musicians from around the world parade down Main Street to Historic Courthouse lawn for Opening Ceremonies, 10 am. July 26 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned mountain hoe down, clogging & square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 - 9 pm. July 27 - Saturday – INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL DAY – “Where the World Meets on Main Street”, 37th annual FOLKMOOT USA, Crafts, Music & Dance, Food 10 am - 5 pm. Aug 3 - Saturday - DOWNTOWN Dog Walk 10 am Courthouse lawn, Supporting SARGE. Fun starts at 9 am Aug 9 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned mountain hoe down, clogging & square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 - 9 pm. Sept 14 – Saturday night – Rockin’ BLOCK PARTY 7-10 pm; Dancing on Main Street; 3 live bands, Kids activities; Restaurants open. Sept 27 – Friday night - Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned Mountain hoe down, clogging, square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6 - 8 pm. Oct 12 - Saturday – 36th annual CHURCH STREET ART & CRAFT SHOW on Main Street! 10 am - 5 pm; One of the finest one-day juried art shows in the region. Premier art & craft marketplace; food & drink; two stages of live mountain music, clogging teams; entertainment. Sponsored by Downtown Waynesville Association and Town of Waynesville Oct 19 - Saturday – APPLE - HARVEST FESTIVAL 10 am - 5 pm; Crafts, music, apples, apples & more apples. Sponsored by Haywood County Chamber of Commerce Oct 31 – Thursday evening – TREATS on the STREET 5 – 7 pm; Halloween Goblins & Treats for young children in downtown area. “When witches go riding, and black cats are seen. The moon laughs and whispers, 'tis near Halloween." Dec 1-31 - “ALL through the TOWN” - Seasonal events “all through the town” during the month of December. Dec 6 – Friday evening – Waynesville CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING 6 pm; Ring in the season as we light our community Christmas tree! Indulge in hot cocoa, music & more; The Oak Park Inn and Kandi’s Cakes & Bake Shop, South Main. Dec 6 - 9 - HOLLY DAYS - Fun-filled holiday happenings in downtown businesses beginning with the Waynesville Christmas Tree Lighting, Friday evening; ending with the Waynesville Christmas Parade, Monday evening. Dec 9 - Monday evening - Waynesville CHRISTMAS PARADE “Candy Cane Christmas” 2019 theme, Main Street, 6 pm Dec 14 - Saturday evening - “A NIGHT before CHRISTMAS" 6 – 9 pm. Shops, Galleries & Restaurants Open. Live Music, Caroling, Bethlehem Market Place, Live Nativity, Old-fashioned Wagon Rides, Santa & Mrs. Claus, Storytelling, Luminaries & more. Sponsored by Downtown Waynesville Association and Town of Waynesville Dec 13-24 – TWELVE DAYS of CHRISTMAS Magical moments & memories fill the downtown district for 12 days. All dates subject to change, please check before traveling
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Downtown Waynesville Association
9 South Main Street
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2019 Calendar of Events & Festivals on MAIN Festivals, special events and performances are held frequently in Downtown Waynesville, by The Downtown Waynesville Association, The Town of Waynesville, and other area organizations. All take place on MAIN STREET unless otherwise stated. Jan 19, Feb 16, Mar 16 – Winter ARTS Smokies Style - Events on Saturdays downtown, Warming you up! May 25 - Rockin’ BLOCK PARTY - Saturday night Memorial Day weekend, 7-10 pm; Dancing on Main Street; 3 live bands; Kids activities; Restaurants open. May through November - First Friday of each month - “ART after DARK” – Gallery stroll; Downtown Galleries remain open until 9 pm. Artist’s receptions, demonstrations, musicians. Restaurants open; other businesses extend hours. June 28 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned Mountain hoe down, clogging, square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 - 9 pm. July 4 - Thurs - STARS & STRIPES Celebration Live music & entertainment. 11 am - 3 pm. Shops & restaurants open all day. KIDS Patriotic Parade, 11 am (all Kids Welcome; Show up & Sign-up: 10 am @ Courthouse lawn) Ice cream for parade participants at the end, Waynesville First Baptist Church, S Main. July 12 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned mountain hoe down, clogging & square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 – 9 pm. July 20 - Saturday – Folkmoot USA PARADE of NATIONS Dancers & Musicians from around the world parade down Main Street to Historic Courthouse lawn for Opening Ceremonies, 10 am. July 26 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned mountain hoe down, clogging & square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 - 9 pm. July 27 - Saturday – INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL DAY – “Where the World Meets on Main Street”, 37th annual FOLKMOOT USA, Crafts, Music & Dance, Food 10 am - 5 pm. Aug 3 - Saturday - DOWNTOWN Dog Walk 10 am Courthouse lawn, Supporting SARGE. Fun starts at 9 am Aug 9 - Friday Night Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned mountain hoe down, clogging & square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6:30 - 9 pm. Sept 14 – Saturday night – Rockin’ BLOCK PARTY 7-10 pm; Dancing on Main Street; 3 live bands, Kids activities; Restaurants open. Sept 27 – Friday night - Mountain STREET DANCE Old-fashioned Mountain hoe down, clogging, square dancing, live mountain music, demos & instruction, audience participation. Historic Courthouse lawn. 6 - 8 pm. Oct 12 - Saturday – 36th annual CHURCH STREET ART & CRAFT SHOW on Main Street! 10 am - 5 pm; One of the finest one-day juried art shows in the region. Premier art & craft marketplace; food & drink; two stages of live mountain music, clogging teams; entertainment. Sponsored by Downtown Waynesville Association and Town of Waynesville Oct 19 - Saturday – APPLE - HARVEST FESTIVAL 10 am - 5 pm; Crafts, music, apples, apples & more apples. Sponsored by Haywood County Chamber of Commerce Oct 31 – Thursday evening – TREATS on the STREET 5 – 7 pm; Halloween Goblins & Treats for young children in downtown area. “When witches go riding, and black cats are seen. The moon laughs and whispers, 'tis near Halloween." Dec 1-31 - “ALL through the TOWN” - Seasonal events “all through the town” during the month of December. Dec 6 – Friday evening – Waynesville CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING 6 pm; Ring in the season as we light our community Christmas tree! Indulge in hot cocoa, music & more; The Oak Park Inn and Kandi’s Cakes & Bake Shop, South Main. Dec 6 - 9 - HOLLY DAYS - Fun-filled holiday happenings in downtown businesses beginning with the Waynesville Christmas Tree Lighting, Friday evening; ending with the Waynesville Christmas Parade, Monday evening. Dec 9 - Monday evening - Waynesville CHRISTMAS PARADE “Candy Cane Christmas” 2019 theme, Main Street, 6 pm Dec 14 - Saturday evening - “A NIGHT before CHRISTMAS" 6 – 9 pm. Shops, Galleries & Restaurants Open. Live Music, Caroling, Bethlehem Market Place, Live Nativity, Old-fashioned Wagon Rides, Santa & Mrs. Claus, Storytelling, Luminaries & more. Sponsored by Downtown Waynesville Association and Town of Waynesville Dec 13-24 – TWELVE DAYS of CHRISTMAS Magical moments & memories fill the downtown district for 12 days. All dates subject to change, please check before traveling
Third Annual Cold Mountain Music Festival May 31 – June 1, 2019 Lake Logan Conference Center will host the third Annual Cold Mountain Music Festival. This event raises funds and awareness for Lake Logan and Camp Henry. In addition to a day of top notch musical talent, the festival will feature a kids’ area, food and beverage vendors, and an after party at Sit n Whittle Village. 2019 lineup features The Milk Carton Kids, Calexico, Yonder Mountain String band, JS Ondara, Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics, Driftwood, and more. Live Music • Food Trucks • Beer Vendors • Wine Vendors • Kids’ Area • Local Brews • After Party Lake Logan Conference Center is located in Haywood County, North Carolina and is a stunning 300-acre property just 30 miles from Asheville. The centerpiece of the property is a mile-long lake surrounded by the Shining Rock Wilderness area of the Pisgah National Forest. Lake Logan is also the home of Camp Henry, a Christian summer camp and leadership program.
Lake Logan Conference Center and Camp Henry
25 Wormy Chestnut Ln
Third Annual Cold Mountain Music Festival May 31 – June 1, 2019 Lake Logan Conference Center will host the third Annual Cold Mountain Music Festival. This event raises funds and awareness for Lake Logan and Camp Henry. In addition to a day of top notch musical talent, the festival will feature a kids’ area, food and beverage vendors, and an after party at Sit n Whittle Village. 2019 lineup features The Milk Carton Kids, Calexico, Yonder Mountain String band, JS Ondara, Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics, Driftwood, and more. Live Music • Food Trucks • Beer Vendors • Wine Vendors • Kids’ Area • Local Brews • After Party Lake Logan Conference Center is located in Haywood County, North Carolina and is a stunning 300-acre property just 30 miles from Asheville. The centerpiece of the property is a mile-long lake surrounded by the Shining Rock Wilderness area of the Pisgah National Forest. Lake Logan is also the home of Camp Henry, a Christian summer camp and leadership program.
First annual Smoky Mountain Elk Fest This September, we’re hosting an outdoor event unlike anything you’ve seen on this side of the Great Smoky Mountains. So, prepare to step out of your end-of-summer rut and get ready to experience the first annual Smoky Mountain Elk Fest. September 13 @ 8:00 am -- September 15 @ 5:00 pm Arts/Crafts, Environmental, Food visitncsmokies.com/smoky-mountain-elk-fest/
Maggie Valley Festival Grounds
3422 Soco Road
First annual Smoky Mountain Elk Fest This September, we’re hosting an outdoor event unlike anything you’ve seen on this side of the Great Smoky Mountains. So, prepare to step out of your end-of-summer rut and get ready to experience the first annual Smoky Mountain Elk Fest. September 13 @ 8:00 am -- September 15 @ 5:00 pm Arts/Crafts, Environmental, Food visitncsmokies.com/smoky-mountain-elk-fest/
Aug. 30-31, 2019 The 49th Annual Smoky Mountain Folk Festival ...to be held at Lake Junaluska's Stuart Auditorium, will offer two nights of the finest traditional music and dance of the Southern Appalachian Region. The main shows begin at 6:30 p.m. on the grand stage of Stuart Auditorium overlooking beautiful Lake Junaluska. Both nights will include a rich variety of the region's finest fiddlers, banjo players, string bands, ballad singers, buck dancers, and square dance teams as well as the marvelous sounds of dulcimer, harmonica, Jew's harp, bagpipes, spoons, saws, and folk ensembles.
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Lake Junaluska
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Aug. 30-31, 2019 The 49th Annual Smoky Mountain Folk Festival ...to be held at Lake Junaluska's Stuart Auditorium, will offer two nights of the finest traditional music and dance of the Southern Appalachian Region. The main shows begin at 6:30 p.m. on the grand stage of Stuart Auditorium overlooking beautiful Lake Junaluska. Both nights will include a rich variety of the region's finest fiddlers, banjo players, string bands, ballad singers, buck dancers, and square dance teams as well as the marvelous sounds of dulcimer, harmonica, Jew's harp, bagpipes, spoons, saws, and folk ensembles.
Hillbilly Jam – July 26th – 27th, 2019 – 10am-10pm daily Hillbilly Jam features loads of live Music, Food, Crafts, Cornhole, Car & Bike Show, TV Celebrities and Moonshiners. Spectators $10 per day / 10 & under FREE! Music - Lil’ bit of Rock n’ Roll, lil’ bit Country, but no matter what your taste, the tunes are sure to please. The youngins will dig the guitar riffs of our up and comers, will the old folks will like the classic banjo of the heritage Blue Grass. Crafts - Ain’t no happenin’ in these here neck of the woods without a arts n’ crafts gathering. Yep, they come from near and far to show their wears. Wood carvers, jewelers, candle makers, and if yer luck, a soap maker so you can go home and take that yearly bath. Moonshiners - You’ve seen them on the TV, making shine and running from the law, but here, they just stop buy to be famous for the day. Making appearances this year will be Moonshiner Roy Grooms, Mark & Digger, Chico, Moonshiner Mark Rogers, Little Moonshiners Garmer & Butch.
Maggie Valley Festival Grounds
3422 Soco Road
Hillbilly Jam – July 26th – 27th, 2019 – 10am-10pm daily Hillbilly Jam features loads of live Music, Food, Crafts, Cornhole, Car & Bike Show, TV Celebrities and Moonshiners. Spectators $10 per day / 10 & under FREE! Music - Lil’ bit of Rock n’ Roll, lil’ bit Country, but no matter what your taste, the tunes are sure to please. The youngins will dig the guitar riffs of our up and comers, will the old folks will like the classic banjo of the heritage Blue Grass. Crafts - Ain’t no happenin’ in these here neck of the woods without a arts n’ crafts gathering. Yep, they come from near and far to show their wears. Wood carvers, jewelers, candle makers, and if yer luck, a soap maker so you can go home and take that yearly bath. Moonshiners - You’ve seen them on the TV, making shine and running from the law, but here, they just stop buy to be famous for the day. Making appearances this year will be Moonshiner Roy Grooms, Mark & Digger, Chico, Moonshiner Mark Rogers, Little Moonshiners Garmer & Butch.
Grocery Stores
Publix Super Market at Waynesville Pavilion
124 Frazier St
Ingles Market
1678 Brown Avenue
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Ingles Markets
630 Champion Drive
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Frank's is a convenience store located about 5 miles from the cabin.
Frank's Grocery
6783 Cruso Rd
Frank's is a convenience store located about 5 miles from the cabin.