Only a short drive from the town of Maggie Valley and opposing Waynesville, is a majestic Smoky Mountain top retreat. With mountains rising up on all side of the valley, it’s conveniently situated only a 30 minute drive from Asheville, NC or 20 minutes from Cherokee, TN.
The romance of Mother Nature is a major attractant for the area. Maggie Valley is the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway; both areas boasting breathtaking views spring through fall. The scenery encompasses as far as the eye can see mountain scapes with brilliant pops of colorful wildflowers during spring and summertime. Once fall arrives, the trees put on a show of colors changing from green to hues of yellow and red before winter strikes.
Tucked in the mountains of Maggie Valley at 5,100 feet of elevation, this mountain top retreat is sure to please even the pickiest of campers.
The retreat location features a well-appointed lodge for up to 10 guests. Lodge includes 2 king beds, 2 queen beds and 1 double bed. With an expansive walkout porch, it makes it the ideal place to spend your quiet time observing the stunning views overlooking the mountains. This lodge does offer some of the comforts of home including a full kitchen, inside living & dining areas, wood burning fireplace, and even a washer and dryer.
Autumn Color Tour
Experience the best of North Carolina by going on an autumn color tour in Maggie Valley. At the peak of fall, the transformation from summertime to winter can be seen in the landscape. You’ll see sweeping views of the dramatic scenery with tree leaves ranging from golden yellow to crimson red as you journey down the Blue Ridge Parkway. This is a once in a lifetime adventure that’s perfect as a couples’ retreat.
Taking an eco-tour through Maggie Valley offers you access to all of the beauty North Carolina has to offer. Maggie Valley’s scenery loves to put on a show! Spring and summertime offer picture perfect mountains scapes with rolling meadows, filled with colorful wildflowers. Fall ushers in the changing of the seasons with vibrant yellow, orange, and red leaves. Eco-tours in North Carolina easily allow you to take part in the beauty found in nature. You might be lucky enough to see an elk or two!
Trout fishing in Maggie Valley is part of the fly fishing trail! Brook trout, brown trout, and rainbow trout can be found abundantly in the Blue Ridge streams. While in pursuit of these trout, you’ll be surrounded by some of the most scenic landscapes Tennessee has to offer. Waters in Maggie Valley have been designated by the state as Heritage Trout Waters. Trout fly fishing in North Carolina is an exciting activity for anglers of all experience levels.
Clear your thoughts with a hike, trekking on the edge of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Hiking in Maggie Valley is great for hikers of all skill levels and offers a variety of trails. As you trek through the forest, you’ll come face to face with nature. The layers, the mountains were formed from become exposed, valleys open up, and North Carolina’s wildlife is at home. Spring and summer provides a show of colorful wildflowers and grassy meadows while fall time brings the sensational colors of autumn to the trees.
White water rafting in North Carolina on one of the roaring rivers is an unforgettable experience! Your group will work together conquering great rapids followed by periods of calm floating. This adventure is perfect for team building. Although we try to make your trip as comfortable as possible, this is still a rugged adventure that may not be suitable for everyone.
When the temperature rises, it’s to the water we go. Enjoy a leisurely float down one of the North Carolina Rivers with your small group. As you travel down river, the scenery will transform from rough, rugged hills into majestic mountains. Tubing in Maggie Valley is an easygoing activity puts anyone into relaxation mode!
Motorcycle riding in North Carolina is incredible on the Blue Ridge Parkway. This ride will take you through some of the most stunning countryside found in the Eastern United States. The winding mountain roads showcase the mountainous landscapes like no other. While spring and summertime offer lush green forests with blue skies, autumn strikes up a whole new topography with the dramatic leaf colors.