Maggie Valley NC 28751
Maggie Valley, North Carolina
Maggie Valley, NC is
a small valley in western North Carolina, situated
Waynesville NC and
Canton NC, and approximately 30
miles west of
Maggie Valley is part of Haywood
County, one of 100 counties in North Carolina.
John "Jack" Sidney Setzer named the town after one
of his daughters, Maggie.
Surrounded by the
Ridge Mountains and
Great Smoky Mountains (roughly
6,000 feet high),
Maggie Valley is also graced by the nearby
National Forest. Enjoy the fresh mountain
air and water, amazing scenery, and
Maggie Valley has less than 1,000 people, that is
until Spring and Summer arrive, when the area swells
to more than 10,000.
NC is graced with a panorama not seen anywhere else
in the world!
Home to such
attractions as Santa's Land & Zoo, Maggie Valley
Resort and Country Club, and
Wheels Through Time
(motorcycle museum), you can spend a summer perusing
the many craft shops, family-owned stores, and
down-home restaurants that Maggie Valley has to
offer. With less than 2 square miles of fun
and adventure waiting, the town is one of America's
best kept secrets.
Maggie Valley, NC is a
small, cozy American town nestled at about 3,000
feet in elevation inside the lush
mountain peaks. Like nearby
there are four seasons here,
including an infamous autumn, which sets the
North Carolina mountains on fire during October
and November with
brilliant orange and red fall foliage. During
the winter, you gotta head down to Tube
World for an afternoon of fun in the snow.
Or, grab your skiis and snowboards en-route
to Cataloochee Ski Resort.
blue-grass, country, pop, oldies, or gospel
music is desired, check out Eagle Nest's
800-seat in-door theater, and outdoor
Maggie Valley, NC
About Maggie Valley NC
Maggie Valley NC Population
Change Since 2000: +10.4%
Males: 4,747 (46.6%)
Females: 5,444 (53.4%)
Median Resident Age: 44.0
North Carolina Median Age:
Maggie Valley NC Zip:
you are coming to Maggie Valley you'll need
a place to stay. Lodging is never a
problem here. If you want to go with a
hotel, then consider
Comfort Inn or
Ramada Hotel. For those who want a
inn, try the
Jonathan Creek Inn or
Apple Cover Inn.
Try one of the bed and breakfast's Maggie
Valley has to offer. The
Timber Wolf Creek Bed and Breakfast or
Booksong Bed and Breakfast. Want
to "rough it"? Well, there are plenty
of creekside and mountain
cabin rentals in Maggie Valley NC.
Cabins at Twinbrook,
Mountain Joy Cottages/Cabins,
Fireside Cottages, or
Boyd Mountain Log Cabins. If you
are looking for a
country club in Maggie Valley and want
to work on your golf, then try
Maggie Valley Club, the area's top
country club. Another one is
Laurel Ridge Country Club.
Bringing the rv? Then, check out
Creekwood Farm RV Park,
Pride RV Resort,
NASCAR RV Resort, or the whimsical and
Hillbilly Campground! For more
Maggie Valley NC hotels, cabin rentals, and
to eat! While in Maggie Valley you'll
experience southern hospitality and southern
food. Restaurants line the strip
through the valley. One of the most
restaurants in Maggie Valley is J. Arthurs,
where you can get world famous steaks, prime
rib and gorgonzola cheese salad. If
you want to try gravy, red potatoes, and
grits with your eggs, you can simply get
full in a family setting at "The"
Maggie Valley Restaurant, where you can
eat breakfast anytime of the day. Or,
try one of their mountain trout. If a
creekside bar and grill is your calling,
then check out Hurleys. Learn how
we make moonshine and try a few "headache
pills" (soaked cherries) at the
Moonshine Grill, where you can also get
one of the best wood-fired angus steaks
available anywhere. If you want
Maggie Valley has a restaurant for you.
of buying a
home or some land in Maggie Valley,
North Carolina? Then, you're going to
need a top notch
real estate agent. Here is a
realtors in Maggie Valley. You can
homes and land for sale in Maggie Valley.
If you are going to build your home, take a
look at some of the local
home builders in Maggie Valley.
not treat yourself to a day of relaxation
among the beautiful Blue Ridge and Great
Smoky Mountains? You know, visit the
spa! Like many other small towns and
communities in the U.S., Maggie Valley has a
few spas - several - like
Maggie Valley Club & Resort's Discovery
Wellness Spa, and nearby
Waynesville Inn Golf Resort and Spa.
Valley is central to a number of the area's
ski slopes. But, the most important
one is the
Cataloochee Ski Resort, with its 16 ski
slopes and trails. Located just
minutes from downtown Maggie Valley.
Wheels Through Time Motorcycle
Do you enjoy a sweet motorcycle ride along
smooth, curvy mountain roads? Yes?
Then, Maggie Valley NC is your destination.
What with the Blue Ridge Parkway and Dill's
Gap, where you can tame the "Dragon" - an
infamous 11-mile road twisting with 318
curves through some of best views in the
Southeast. Afterwards, you may want to
hop off the Parkway at Maggie Valley and
discover the rarest of America's vintage
motorcycles. You gotta check out this
motorcycle museum in downtown
Maggie Valley NC.