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Plan your getaway around a signature event or find out what’s happening during your visit. From quick weekend trips to longer stays, you might watch a hammer throw competition at the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games, sample sounds where they were born at the John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival, go for the top prize in the Big Rock Blue Marlin Fishing Tournament, or enjoy seasonal events like July 4th celebrations and Christmas light displays.
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Fontana Dam (0.19 mile)
March 25 - 26
Attention AT hikers and weekend trail adventurers: Plan on being at Fontana Village Resort for the 3rd annual Hiker Haze Event.
May 1 - 31
A celebration to honor the people of Western North Carolina who gave up their homes, land and way of life so that World War II could be won.
Robbinsville (5.42 mile)
March 21 - 23 , April 11 - 12
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A frothing Class IV/IV+ whitewater adventure, the Cheoah River is one of the crown jewels of the whitewater world. This 9-mile run, broken into 3 sections, is an experience not found anywhere else.
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Fontana Dam (0.14 mile)
Located in the center of the Village, the Wildwood Grill offers a warm and charming ambiance, wonderful food and friendly service. Casual dinners and Pizza are available!
Fontana Dam (0.15 mile)
Sitting at the top of the valley overlooking the property, we offer an ever changing selection of savory main course dishes featuring fresh local vegetables, meats, baked goods & desserts.
Fontana Dam (0.30 mile)
The perfect stop for sandwiches and pizzas when touring the scenic by-ways in the Smokies or when heading into Fontana Village Resort.
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Fontana Dam (0.21 mile)
A year-round destination resort set amidst the pristine beauty of the Nantahala National Forest of Western NC and is the gateway into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park via the TVA Fontana Dam.
Robbinsville (1.83 mile)
Down a secluded mountain road, across a little bridge & you’ll end up at your own private hideaway. Wald Haus is a new mountain chalet cabin nestled in the woods by a stocked trout stream.
Robbinsville (2.06 mile)
Secluded, creekside cabin on a designated trout stream. Decorated Appalachian style. Fully covered porch facing trout stream. Outdoor fire pit and grill.
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