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Open Adventures in Maggie Valley – Live Blog

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We’ve missed you. While you’ve been away, our local businesses have been taking every necessary precaution to minimize any risks to their teams’ and their customers’ health. If you’re exploring with us once again, you can do your part by practicing social distancing, wearing a face covering, and limiting your party to less than 10. Read on to discover all the adventures you can enjoy right now and check back frequently for updates!

Trails

Go for a walk or run, take a hike, and explore waterfalls here:

Appalachian Trail
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Lake Junaluska
Pisgah National Forest

Golf Courses

Maggie Valley Club & Resort is open and waiting for you to play a round!

Fishing

Enjoy nature at your leisure by casting in one of these fishing holes:
Mountain Heritage Trout Waters
Lake Junaluska

Cruise the Blue Ridge Parkway

The Blue Ridge Parkway and its scenic views are open and waiting for you.

Motorcycle Ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Dale’s Wheels Through Time

As of right now, this world-famous museum is scheduled to open back up in July. Please check their website for any updates.

Wheels Through Time Museum

Mini Golf

For family-friendly competition, check out these mini golf courses that are open and ready to be conquered:

Fantasy Golf and Game Room

Maggie Valley Carpet Golf

Mini Golf at Lake Junaluska

Fantasy Golf and Game Room in Maggie Valley, NC

Picnic

Looking to avoid the crowds while savoring some fine local flavor? Order takeout and head to one of these spots:

Graveyard Fields Trailhead, Milepost 418.8

Waterrock Knob Visitor Center, Milepost 451.2

Maggie Valley Parks and Greenways

Cataloochee Valley

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