The Preserve At Wolf Laurel

By: Tim Stewart

Even though fall season is the ideal time to enjoy the prime of nature's bounty, The Preserve at Wolf Laurel in Burnsville, North Carolina offers breathtaking views and scenic landscapes year round. Burnsville sits near the Blue Ridge Mountains, a small town of just under 1,700 residents and conveniently located near some of the country's esteemed national parks. The Preserve at Wolf Laurel is a private residential community that offers plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy a peaceful respite in this quaint community.

Each season in Burnsville is celebrated with festival and fairs around the community. When the winter months bring cold weather and snow, the Wolf Laurel mountains offer ample opportunities to take in a weekend of skiing and snowboarding. Spring is the perfect opportunity to take part in the annual Burnsville Metric Bike Ride that criss-crosses through the hills, parks, and nature trails for a rewarding journey through the town and countryside. The arts and crafts festivals near The Preserve at Wolf Laurel kick off in late March to feature special events such as the Toe River Arts Council's Spring Studio Tour, the weekly farmer's market, and a number of independent crafts shows and fairs. Hikers and golfers can enjoy the beautiful locations found at Mount Mitchell Golf Club, Reems Golf Club, and other small resorts throughout the area.

Summer at The Preserve at Wolf Laurel affords travelers and residents an opportunity to take in the arts and community festivals throughout the warmer months. From picnics in the park to music festivals in the countryside, it's easy to make a trip to the open-air theatre for some live entertainment. Visiting the area museums and craft shows is another popular activity throughout the area, and schedules are posted in the spring.

Fall season is the most favorable season at The Preserve at Wolf Laurel, offering a splendid array of colors at the turn of the season. As the county counts down the days to Winterfest events in the town center, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the countryside, brave a hiking or mountain trail, or simply enjoy the weekly music festivals in the downtown area. The downtown area and marketplace are just a short drive from the Preserve, offering a hometown culture and festive atmosphere like no other.

For those who have an interest in sightseeing, exploring, and nature excursions, Grandfather Mountain and Linville Falls are just a short drive form The Preserve at Wolf Laurel. These are ideal spots for touring and exploration, with tours and other attractions open to the public throughout the season. Mount Mitchell Park offers ample opportunities to enjoy the nature preserve and scenic views of the Mississippi River. The summit at Mount Mitchell Park offers a clear view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and lush green valleys, and is the perfect spot for a weekend picnic or excursion.

With the rolling hills and mountains of North Carolina and a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Preserve at Wolf Laurel is an idyllic setting to enjoy the best of nature with all the luxuries and amenities of a premier resort. The private, gated mountain community covers 1,300 acres with miles of trails throughout the Appalachian Mountains. From white water rafting to fishing and guided adventures, The Preserve at Wolf Laurel is a prime spot to enjoy the best of Burnsville and the surrounding area.

Find out more at http://www.livesouth.com/north-carolina/preserve-wolf-laurel

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