8 Reasons to Visit Maggie Valley, Nc

By: Temp

For those in search of a beautiful landscape with various activities to take your mind off your problems, or if you just want to have a good time with friends and family, look no further than Maggie Valley. With its ideal location adjacent to the national park of the Great Smoky Mountains plus two national forests, you can engage in different outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting, biking, hiking, camping, and horseback riding. The nearby Cataloochee Valley also offers the treat of having an encounter with the elk, which, after a period of absence, have returned to the park. Also, if you plan on visiting Maggie Valley, you might also want to look at Smoky Mountain Homes, Asheville Luxury Homes while enjoying some Maggie Valley Tours, as well as a good game of golf with Golf NC.

Here are various activities that you can enjoy while in Maggie Valley.

1. Pursuit Field. The paintball field can become paradise for children over the age of 12 who want to engage in war games with other children. Parents can sit on observer areas while their kids have a good time under the sun. The package includes a jumpsuit, goggles, a gun, and ammunition of 100 paintballs. If you are a sports aficionado, do not miss trying out playing a good game of golf in NC.

2. Stompin' Ground. The whole family can enjoy the performing company's authentic and unique mountain music and dancing. For those who love to dance, you can have line dancing, clogging, square dancing, and two-stepping with country bluegrass or gospel music as your accompaniment. If you have no confidence yet in your dancing skills, you can schedule pre-show dance lessons.

3. Maggie Valley Opry. They are open every night from May up to October. Your auditory senses will be treated to traditional Appalachian bluegrass music that includes accompaniment for a banjo by a world-famous picker.

4. Carolina Nights Dinner Theater. While dining, you will be treated to a spectacular show with performers in breath-taking costumes bathed in high-tech lighting and sound system. They perform music that varies from country and gospel to bluegrass, and they also have comedies and magic shows.

5. Cataloochee Snowboard and Slo Parade. As a way to celebrate the year's end, the locals put on an awe-inspiring show of colored flares that travel down the mountain. For parade-goers, refreshments are served at the lodge, free of charge, before the parade begins.

6. Cataloochee Ski Area. Maggie Valley also offers a top-quality ski area, with a triple chairlift on all of its four lifts, a park that features a snowtube, ten slopes, and a vertical drop that is 740 feet from the ground. You can also avail of the equipment in its rental shop.

7. Wheels Through Time. A motorcycle museum that boasts of a collection of more than 250 rare antique motorcycles and automobiles, this site will no doubt delight lovers of antiques and high-powered engines.

8. Ghost Town in the Sky. An amusement park built around the wildwest theme, this site can only be reached through a chair lift or inclined railway that brings the guests to the top of the mountain.

There are certainly a lot of things to do as you visit Maggie Valley in North Carolina, however make sure that you would not miss looking at Smoky Mountain Homes and Asheville Luxury Homes, as you find out that living in Maggie Valley might be just what you are looking for. Also make sure that you would take the time to go on some Maggie Valley Tours and golfing with Golf NC.
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