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Known for its crystal blue waters, Wrightsville Beach is the perfect place to enjoy an island adventure this spring. The area has been named among…
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Waynesville (5.29 mile)
April 21 , May 19
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Each month, one of the four crafters will be featured inside the Museum with a display highlighting their background, talent and expertise.
Lake Junaluska (4.02 mile)
Runners and walkers of all skill levels will join the road race and walk, which takes place along the walking trail at Lake Junaluska. The Easter Bunny will cheer from the sidelines.
Waynesville (5.28 mile)
Experience some of Western North Carolina’s most regarded restaurants, microbreweries, artisans and culinary talent as participants compete in categories ranging from salad to seafood to dessert.
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Clyde (0.10 mile)
Local American fare.
Clyde (0.11 mile)
Breakfast, lunch and plenty of sweets.
Clyde (1.43 mile)
Coffee plus sandwiches and salads.
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Waynesville (2.66 mile)
Hotels & Motels
Four stories, elevator, private balconies, mountain views, and rocking chairs. Casino within 20 miles, Great Smoky Mountains National Park within 10 miles, Biltmore Estate within 30 miles.
Lake Junaluska (3.35 mile)
Country Inns / Bed & Breakfasts
At Siler House Bed and Breakfast, we’ll give you the attention and personal service you’ve come to expect and enjoy.
Lake Junaluska (3.53 mile)
Cokesbury Cabin is a cozy log cabin tucked away from the main stream but just stone throw away from the lake and all the activities that Lake Junaluska has to offer.
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