Buckeye Recreation Center
Check out the Falls Trail that starts from the Rec Center or hike/bike the Emerald Mountain Outback. Day passes at the rec center are only $3/person. They have an indoor playroom for young kids (rainy days!), basketball, tennis, pickleball courts, weightroom, etc. The facility is adjacent to a…
The Buckeye Recreation Center has a fabulous indoor facility dedicated to expanding the recreational needs of residents and visitors alike: full-size gymnasium, indoor tennis, meeting areas, fitness area with state-of-the-art equipment, kid’s playroom, living room area, and an indoor walking track…
Great Playground for Kids and short 1 mile hiking trail with waterfall and bridge.
Indoor tennis and basketball, workout facility, classes, soft play room, internet, kid's camp (Summer), Outdoor rope playground, paved walking trail and hiking trail to waterfall. Buckeye Lake has canoe and fishing rentals.
“ It is free to access and open all days throughout the year. The emerald green forest filled with gnarly Beech trees, lush undergrowth, and small streams is the reason why this is a popular spot among nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. From June through September, lift access to the Emerald Outback is available Friday through Sunday (for a fee) via the chairlift at Beech Mountain Resort. The resort’s lift includes trays to carry mountain bikes to the summit, with riders following closely behind in a traditional lift chair. Hikers can ride the lift as well.”
“The Club The Beech Mountain Club is a private, social club located on beautiful Beech Mountain, North Carolina. Over 1,600 member families enjoy cool summer temperatures, outstanding amenities, state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, winter sports opportunities and the services of a professional staff dedicated to providing our members with all the activities and programs you would expect at a mountain retreat. Take some time to explore this high-country paradise. The main Clubhouse at the Beech Mountain Club overlooks the 10th and 14th holes of the Club’s golf course, with views to the northeast and into the mountain ranges of northeastern Tennessee and southern Virginia. Spring season ”