Comfort Inn Asheville Airport
15 Rockwood Rd.
Fletcher, NC 28732
Phone: (828) 687-9199
Fax: (828) 684-4789
Open year round to the public. This 18 hole, par 72 championship course was designed by Karl Litten in the Scottish links style. The clubhouse features a restaurant and grill room and can accommodate business meetings and group events. Set among the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and the French Broad River Valley, you will find Broadmoor, a links style course that can play from 5,600 to over 7,000 yards.
An 18 hole, par 3 course that features A-1 bentgrass greens and tift 94 Bermuda tee boxes and fairways. Open year round.
This driving range is fully lighted for night use and includes 28 mat tees with six covered for practice and lessons in inclement weather, a ten acre landing area, and a two acre short game practice area. Other features on site include a fully stocked pro shop, an 18 hole miniature golf course, a snack bar, batting cages, and a picnic pavilion.
Want to try white water rafting? Are you hesitant because you're a beginner? Then here is the opportunity you've been waiting for. Huck Finn Adventures is a small outfitting company that takes special care to make sure rafting trips are safe and fun. Spend a half day (3 hours) or full day (5 hours) rafting down the French Broad River. Float trips, sunset tours and overnighters are also available. Open seven days a week, Mar 1 through Oct 31, but reservations can be be made anytime of the year.
WNC fishing and hunting guide service.
Fully lighted for evening play. This 18 hole, par 3 course features bluegrass fairways, bluegrass trees and bentgrass greens. This hilly terrain with a small lake and two creeks offers 2,450 yards of year round play. A pro shop and snack bar are available.
Kids can spend the day at this nature center learning and having fun! Along with deer, foxes and bears, the most recent additions are the red and grey wolves and the bobcats and cougars. More recent improvements also include the "hands on" Nature Lab and Educational Farm where kids can pet a corn snake or even hold a turtle.
Pack Place sits in the very heart of downtown, across the bustling street from the Vance Monument. This $14 million facility is home to four wonderful museums and the Diana Wortham Theater. From The Health Adventure, which brings educational activities to children of all ages, to an abundance of glorious art for patrons to view and ponder, a wealth of activity and fun awaits all guests. Admission is charged and varies depending on which activity you attend. Multi-museum passes are available.
Enjoy snow tubing from the top of a 300 foot hill covered by three to five feet of snow at this venue that also features an outdoor fire pit, a tow lift, and a cozy lodge that toffers snacks and hot drinks. They are open on weekends from Thanksgiving to February.
Take a guided tour that explores the architecture, people and historical places of Asheville's past. Visit 30 stations downtown that depict local artworks and represent the town's historical significance. Listen as you learn how the Grove Arcade was the first indoor mall in the southeast, where the Thomas Wolfe angel was created, and much more.
Kid boredom has a cure: it is The Health Adventure located at Pack Place right in the heart of Asheville. Exhibits, science camps, and much more, The Health Adventure strives to combine fun and learning for kids of all ages. Group visits are welcome and can be scheduled by calling the main office.
Whether you're an experienced mountain climber or just curious, this indoor/outdoor climbing gym will provide a couple of hours of fun and exercise for all ages. The facility, located on historic and charming Wall Street, offers cracks, overhangs, lead walls roofs and boulders with a 225-foot traverse and gravity-defying cafe. There is also a 40-foot competition wall.