3282 Soco Rd.
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: (828) 926-9106
Fax: (828) 926-1087
3282 Soco Rd. , Maggie Valley, NC, US, 28751
- Phone: (828) 926-9106
- Fax: (828) 926-1087
Cataloochee Ski Area offers skiing and snowboarding activities amidst pristine mountain slopes of North Carolina. The Cataloochee ski season is from November to March.
Experience the Smoky Mountain National Park by horseback while at these stables that offer two to four hour rides, as well as day trips for groups of four or more and pony rides for children. Reservations are required.
A semiprivate golf community that features an 18 hole, par 72 championship golf course that was designed by Robert Cubb and offers 6,900 yards of enjoyable golfing.
Open seven days a week from May 1st through November 1st, these stables specialize in one to four hour horse rides for children seven years of age or older.
This equine venue offers one to two hour horse rides year round where you can climb up to 1,000 feet above elevation. Children must be six years of age or older and reservations are required.
Started in 1919 with nine holes, this golf course now provides 18 holes of challenging play with several holes provides magnificent views of the on site 200 acre lake and the surrounding Great Smoky Mountains.
Fish without heading for the backcountry at this trout pond where you do not need a license and all fishing gear is provided. Picnic tables are also on site and fish cleaning services are available.
Located within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Smokemont Riding Stable offers horse riding for visitors. It does not matter if you are an amateur, this is your chance to have your share of horse riding on trained horses. With experienced guides to help you out, you can just relax and enjoy the horseback ride through the beautiful woods and waterfalls. You can choose your ride from options like hourly rides, waterfall rides and wagon rides.
One of the largest fly shops and outfitters in Western North Carolina. They are surrounded by the very best fly fishing opportunities in the mountains of WNC and East TN. They offer a first class fly shop full of the latest gear from Simms, Sage, R.L.Winston rods, Scott, Lamson, Abel, Ross, Hardy, Greys, Temple Fork and many others. They offer guided fly fishing excursions to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Cherokee Trophy Catch and Release section, Nantahala River, Tuckasegee River, Cullasaja River and many more. Fishing and lodging packages, beginning angler classes, drift boat fly fishing, and back country camping trips.
Offering self guided and guided rafting, kayaking, and tubing trips on the Tuckaseegee River.
Marked by beautiful fir and oak trees, Sequouyah National Gold Club is a magnificent 18 hole golf course that stretches over 6,600 yards. Featuring landscaped gardens, fairways and sand bunkers, this golf course poses a challenge for even an experienced golf player. Providing a great view of the surrounding Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this club also houses shop that offers golf clothes for men and women. The club also boasts an outdoor deck, where you can enjoy lunch and beverages.
This 18 hole championship golf course surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains is opened daily to the public. With a 6,812 yard, par 72 course, the Springdale offers a practice facility with a full length driving range, two practice putting greens, and chipping greens with practice bunker.