My Guide to Maggie Valley & the Surrounding Areas

Discover the top things to do and places to eat near my Maggie Valley property for your next vacation.
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20% Off SPACIOUS HOME WITH AMAZING VIEWS

Take advantage of ski season with these low rates and save on lift tickets. Children 17 and under ski free with a paying adult. Contact me for further information. We are located approximately 40 minutes west of Asheville in the heart of Maggie Valley. Carolina Mountain Dream is a comfortable and...

Joey's Pancake House

We never miss going to Joey's every time we're in Maggie. Open for thirty years and serves delicious home-cooked breakfast and lunch at reasonable prices.

Maggie Valley Club & Resort

Very conveniently located near our home is the Maggie Valley Golf Club. Play a round of golf and also enjoy quality dining. Non-members are also able to participate in many of the club's activities.

Legends Sports Grill

Watch your favorite sports while enjoying great southern comfort food. Their fried chicken is excellent!

Stompin' Ground

Known as the "Clogging Capital of the World," this is next on my To Do List in Maggie Valley. I've heard great things about it. A truly unique venue, this performing company offers one-of-a-kind mountain music and dancing, such as square dancing, line dancing, clogging, and two stepping, performed...

Laurel Ridge Country Club

Another great golf course located in nearby Waynesville.

Biltmore Estate

A definite must-see for your North Carolina trip. The Estate, with 240 rooms including an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley and gymnasium is the largest home in the country. Created by George Vanderbilt, the French Renaissance chateau opened in 1895 with the most modern amenities of its time,...

Museum of the Cherokee Indian

Just west of Maggie Valley, adjacent to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. “Unto These Hills,” one of the longest-running outdoor dramas in the country, depicts the history of the Cherokee people from the height of their civilization to the Trail of Tears, when they were driven out of North...