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Maggie Valley North Carolina

Maggie Valley is blessed with the ideal year-round climate, beautiful mountain scenery and warm Southern hospitality. Maggie Valley isfar enough south that spring comes pretty early, bringing a fantastic display of natural blooming beauty to the mountainsides as Dogwood, Redbud, and an amazing number of wildflowers put on their show. Summer heat is tempered by cool mountain elevations and evening temperatures drop to create some of the most relaxing evenings. In the fall, hardwood forests put on a spectacular fall foliage color display, which attracts more visitors than other time of the year. The winter brings a quiet, slower season.

Almost half the county is occupied by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pisgah National Forest and the Harmon Den Wildlife Refuge, where the Blue Ridge Parkway meets the Great Smoky Mountains. The central part of the county is well suited for business and agriculture and is easily accessible to major population centers of the east and southeast U.S. - Our location is a major feature. Haywood County encompasses 546 square miles and has a population of about 52,000. There are four incorporated towns: Waynesville, Maggie Valley, Canton, and Clyde. With a mild southern climate and cool mountain elevations ranging to over 6000 feet, Haywood County is an excellent location any time of the year for business or recreation.

 

REAL ESTATE

Mountain Valley Properties Inc.
567 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: 1-800-925-2216 / 828-926-2216
Fax: 828-926-2273
Your one stop source for Maggie Valley real estate including
Homes for Sale and Commercial Property in the Great Smoky Mountains, Maggie Valley, NC.

SHOPPING

Chocolate Shoppe, The
3483 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: 828-926-0113
This gourmet chocolate shop offers an array of handmade fudge in many flavors including chocolate fudge, peanut butter, chocolate walnut, black walnut, German chocolate, rocky road, and many more.

Maggie Mountaineer Crafts
Highway 19 & Moody Farm Road
Phone: 828-926-3129
A gift shop for the entire family that offers a wide variety of items including homemade fudge, mountain crafts, dolls, souvenirs, jewelry, Native American items, pottery, shirts, and Fenton Glass.

Maggie Valley Magic
3670 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: 828-926-2263
This fun store features a huge magic department that offers supplies for everyone, from beginners to professionals. They also carry puppets, ventriloquist dummies, clown costumes, and practical jokes. Shows for all occasions are also available.

ATTRACTIONS

Ghost Town in the Sky
US Highway 19
828-926-1140
Phone: 800-GHOSTOWN
Open daily from May through October, this Western theme amusement park is one of the South's greatest attractions and features authentic replica buildings, gunfights, and tons of entertainment on site.

Soco Gardens Zoo
3758 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: 828-926-1746
One of the most entertaining zoos in the Southeast, this fun filled zoo features unique gift shops, snake shows, guided tours, and many interesting wild animals including a three legged alligator and a black leopard.

DINING

Butts on the Creek BBQ
1580 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: 828-926-7885
Unique restaurant that serves the best hickory smoked meats and homemade sauces in the area plus serves fresh vegetables and homemade desserts. Dining is available on the back deck overlooking a beautiful mountain creek.

J. Arthur's Restaurant
Highway 19
Phone: 828-926-1817,
Famous for their steaks, slow roasted prime rib, gorgonzola cheese salad, and delectable desserts, this fine dining restaurant is open nightly for dinner and offers a private dining room and loft that are perfect for special occasions.

Joey's Pancake House
4309 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: 828-926-0212
Open every day except Thursdays for breakfast and lunch, this family style restaurant features a large variety of breakfast items on their menu including pancakes, waffles, country style cured ham, and many seasonal specials.

Saratoga's Cafe
2723 Soco Road
Maggie Valley, NC 28751
Phone: 828-926-1448
An array of fine food is served at this local favorite including homemade soups and salads, gourmet sandwiches, steaks, grilled chicken, mountain trout, barbecue, and prime rib, all served in a family style atmosphere. Live entertainment is provided on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday nights.


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