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Visit the Asheville Visitor Center located at the Asheville Chamber of Commerce Building.
Hours: Sunday - Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Celebrate a vacation full of original beach fun in Carolina Beach, North Carolina. Carolina Beach is full of family-friendly things to see and do,…
When you think of extraordinary golf, the Pinehurst area, also known as the “Home of American Golf”, often immediately comes to mind. Full of…
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Old Fort (18.63 mile)
May 31 , June 7
(13) dates in all …
Bring an instrument or bring an ear! Happening each Sunday on the porch at the Museum.
Mars Hill (6.51 mile)
10th Annual Hot Doggett 100 and Devil’s Fork Metric Century Ride. Plus the Big Laurel Grind for 60km.
Burnsville (12.93 mile)
June 5 , June 6
Around 95 Artists and 9 galleries. You will find crafts people and artists in nearly every medium, many tops in their field.
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Mars Hill (5.44 mile)
Quick service restaurant offering made from scratch biscuits, delicious burgers, fresh fried chicken and Hershey ice cream.
Mars Hill (5.66 mile)
Traditional Japanese. Hibachi and sushi
Mars Hill (6.00 mile)
Southern / Home Cooking
Country cooking. Homemade daily specials. Burgers, fries and root beer floats. Homemade pies. Open Monday through Saturday 6-9, Sunday 7-5.
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Barnardsville (0.62 mile)
Country Inns / Bed & Breakfasts
Old farm house and guest house on 24 acres. Sumptuous breakfasts and homemade breads. Close proximity to Asheville.
Mars Hill (5.53 mile)
Hotels & Motels
Modern motel accommodations. Swimming pool and deluxe complimentary Continental breakfast. Close to Interstate 26 and near Mars Hill University. Pet friendly rooms available.
Mars Hill (5.76 mile)
Daily/weekly rental of fully equipped and furnished cabin in rural Madison County. Dog friendly. Sits on 40 acres with walking paths to a private waterfall. Fishing pond on property.
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