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About the Asheville Area For more than a century, Asheville and its surrounding region have inspired authors, artists, and celebrities, including George…
About Banner Elk, Beech Mtn., & Sugar Mtn. Area Banner Elk is located in the northwest quadrant of Avery County in the Appalachian…
About Bedford Area Located in the shadow of the legendary Peaks of Otter, Bedford offers warm hospitality. The historic downtown features a fascinating…
About Blowing Rock Area The Town of Blowing Rock gets its name from The Blowing Rock, an immense cliff located 4,000 feet above sea…
About Boone & Watauga County The town of Boone was named for legendary frontiersman, Daniel Boone, who maintained a hunting camp here. The surrounding…
About Brevard & Transylvania County Area Brevard is a storybook town surrounded by fabled forests – Pisgah, DuPont, Gorges – known for their waterfalls and…
Formed in 1871 from parts of Jackson County and Macon County, Swain County was named for David L. Swain, governor of North Carolina from 1832 to 1835. Much of the county lies within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, including its highest peak, Clingmans Dome. Four scenic rivers, the Nantahala,… Read More
About Buchanan & Botetourt County In Botetourt County you can retrace the steps of Lewis and Clark as they set out on…
About Burnsville, Madison & Yancey Counties Madison County, located 15 miles north of Asheville, North Carolina, was formed in the mid-1850s, carved…
About Charlottesville & Albemarle County Home to three founding fathers – the private residences of U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson (Monticello); James Monroe…