THINGS HAVE BEEN A LITTLE…UNUSUAL LATELY.
Why not make the most of it?
The world has felt pretty strange for the past year, hasn’t it? For most of us, working and learning from home became the new norm. While there may be some perks to life at home, those four walls sure do start to get old after a while. The good news is there’s a solution to your “at home” cabin fever and it includes an elevated change of scenery and open-air adventures.
You have an amazing opportunity to embrace this unusual time and make the most of it somewhere else—like the beautiful Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. Take a brain-break with an easy hike to a rushing waterfall or picturesque mountain vista. Expand your lunch break palate at one of our 86 places to taste the Smokies or other authentic cultural dishes that will leave you wondering why packing a lunch was ever okay. When the weekend hits and you and you’re free to roam, head outside and embrace our 522,427 acres of “this is just what I needed.” While times may still be a bit unusual, you might as well dip your toes in and embrace it.
If the world’s your oyster, you’ve just found your pearl.
It’s Easy to Call Haywood Home
Haywood County is located in western North Carolina and is packed full of landmarks like Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Appalachian Trail. Not to mention our 200 mobile landmarks, which you can catch roaming and bugling through the Cataloochee Valley all summer long. Spacious, exciting, and a little off the beaten path from Asheville and Gatlinburg, Haywood is close to all the action with fewer crowds and less congested roads.
You’ll find that a stay in Haywood County is a little unusual…and a whole lot of fun.