Maggie Valley is a popular destination for those interested in an energetic mountain vacation.
There are plenty of fun things to do in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. This gem is brimming with family-friendly activities and attractions – and is just a step away from some of the best hiking around The Great Smoky Mountains. Wheels Through Time, the Cataloochee Ski Area and Cataloochee Ranch are some of our most popular attractions.
Maggie Valley is located in Haywood County and is home to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In addition to enjoying plentiful outdoor activities, visitors to Maggie Valley are also strongly encouraged to take a drive through the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway.
Nestled in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, you can enjoy a unique mix of history and adventure in Maggie Valley that will keep you coming back for more.
- Wheels Through Time – A world-class, all-American transportation museum with a working collection of over 350 rare antique motorcycles and automobiles.
- Cataloochee Ski Area – Historically the Southeast’s longest operating ski resort, Cataloochee is an ideal resort for both novice and experienced skiers and snowboarders.
- Cataloochee Ranch – Set on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this family-owned lodge offers horseback riding, live entertainment and family-style meals for you and yours to enjoy.
- Maggie Valley Stompin’ Ground – With a 60 by 80 foot dance floor, you can’t help but feel the urge to join in as locals dance and clog to live music from some of the best mountain and bluegrass bands at this popular dance hall.
- Maggie Valley Opry House – Owned by world banjo champion Raymond Fairchild, this theatre showcases a wide range of Appalachian music traditions, including bluegrass, mountain music and clogging.
- Maggie Valley Club & Resort – With breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains and pristine greens and fairways, it doesn’t get much better than golfing at this historic resort.
- Outdoor Activities – Whether you’re hiking Purchase Knob, exploring Soco Falls or biking down the Blue Ridge Parkway, it’s easy to enjoy the great outdoors in Maggie Valley.
Maggie Valley also hosts dozens of events like Hillbilly Jam and Plottfest throughout the year at its public festival grounds. From barbecue festivals and motorcycle rallies to craft shows and music festivals, you can always find some sort of celebration happening around town.