3 Ways to Keep Warm in Maggie Valley this Winter

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As the temperature begins to dip, it’s time to break out the cozy sweaters and fuzzy socks. While those are a great way to stay warm during this brisk season, we’ve got some other ideas to add to your wintry mix. Gear up to play, stay, and get whisked away by the offerings of Maggie Valley during the winter.

Heat up at Home

Open the doors to warm hospitality in Maggie. Our dreamy selection of accommodations will bring you the comforting feeling of home. Enjoy a stay in a rustic mountain cabin with a crackling fire or curl up in one of our charming hotels and motels right along Soco Road. Better yet, bring a whole crew to pile on the fun. Several of our accommodations can accommodate groups and some even pets! When you’re not out embracing the cool mountain breeze, get toasty in your own temporary home.

Spice up your Tastebuds

Nothing warms the soul, or the stomach, quite like comfort food. Experience the best flavors of the NC Smokies right here in Maggie Valley. Enjoy a tasty and unique selection of cuisines for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. When you’re not piling your plate high, warm up with a trip to a local coffee shop. Sip on some sweet frothy lattes or a bold cup of black coffee as you enjoy the blissful surroundings of the Smoky Mountains.

Break a Sweat

If you’re a real adventure seeker, you’ll love our adrenaline-rushing fun. Our bustling mountain town has plenty of thrilling activities to get your heart pumping with excitement. Take a trip down the slopes by ski or snowboard to try a new hobby or perfect your glide in a snow tube. If you’re a hiker at heart, there are mountains of trails to explore. Take your pick from easy climbs to more moderate undertakings—depending on which suits your skill level. Then, warm up with indoor fun like gem mining, puzzle rooms or shopping.

A visit to Maggie Valley is sure to warm your heart with these enticing offerings. Enjoy the breathtaking sights of the snowcapped mountains while you explore our lively town. While you’re here, snap some pictures and tag us with #MaggieValley or @VisitNCSmokies.

 

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