lies in northwest Haywood County, located in the
southwestern range of the great Smoky
Mountains of North Carolina. The eastern
entrance to the National Park is also
located here. Maggie Valley lies in areas of
development in all directions. The
surrounding Smoky Mountains retain their
scenic beauty and add charm to the Maggie
Valley maintains beautiful weather all four
seasons of the year. The mean annual
temperatures is 54.5 degrees F. The average
July temperature is 71 degrees and 39
degrees in January. With this weather the
options for fun outdoor activities are
almost limitless. You can find NC rafting,
kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, horseback
riding and more. The area also offers
several golf courses and the Cataloochee Ski
Area for snow lovers. P.S. The NC ski
slopes are across the street!
Great Smoky Mountains, the majestic climax
of the Appalachian Highlands, boasts
unspoiled forests similar to those the early
settlers found in what is now Maggie Valley.
Wildflowers and migrating birds abound in
late April and early May. Autumn colors
usually peak mid October in Maggie Valley
North Carolina. There are nearly 800 miles
of North Carolina trails that crisscross the
Smoky Mountains’ natural beauty, not to
mention its waterfalls, coves, balds, and
Marvel the scenic beauty of the North Carolina
Mountains aboard the Great Smoky Mountains
Railway. You'll ride the rails past historic
countryside, cascading rivers, and majestic
Another great attraction right here in Maggie Valley is the newly re-opened Ghost Town theme park. Located at the top of one of the mountains in Maggie Valley, Ghost Town is the theme park in the sky, you can ride all sorts of thrill rides as you tower above the town atop the Smoky Mountains.
Nearby, Waynesville NC is a shopper’s delight.
Downtown you will find numerous arts and
craft galleries featuring the work of local
artisans. Also the town of Canton, near
Maggie Valley NC, is known for its many
antique, collectibles, and gift outlets.
Wheels Through Time Museum
For all the antique car and motorcycle enthusiasts, the famous Wheels Through Time Museum sits only a mile or so from us in the heart of Maggie Valley. This one-of-a-kind museum features some of the rarest vintage motorcycles on the planet. Not to mention, everything in the museum is American made and runs! This museum offers an experience like no other, and if you're into motorcycles, classic cars, really anything with a motor, you've got to plan a visit to this incredible museum.
A short distance from Maggie Valley, North
Carolina is casino fun at Harrah’s Cherokee.
Harrah’s Casino in Cherokee North Carolina
is a fun place for gaming. Harrah’s Cherokee
Casino is open 24 hours a day. Impressive
evening entertainment at Harrah’s Cherokee
North Carolina is a great place to go if you
are lodging in Maggie Valley, North
Carolina’s Misty Mountain Ranch.
Visiting Harrah’s Cherokee NC, you may also
see authentic replicas and artifacts from
the Cherokee heritage displayed throughout
Harrah’s Casino and the surrounding areas.
Every season of the year, western North
Carolina holds unique beauty keeping
visitors coming back year after year.
Smoky Mountain National Park
Only a short drive down the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway lies the Smoky Mountain National Park. This national treasure is home to some of the most picturesque views in Western North Carolina. The Smoky Mountain National Park is full of hiking trails, landmarks, and historical attractions. If you're looking for an outdoor adventure or would like to just get a better appreciation for beautiful Western North Carolina look no further than the Smoky Mountain National Park.
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