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Hayesville NC  was 100 years old in 2013
Clay County Historical & Arts Council The Clay County Historical & Arts Museum is housed in the Old County Jail Museum which was constructed in 1912 and used as a jail until 1972. The Museum displays items pertinent to the history of the area through changing exhibits. Visitors will enjoy the many pictures of life as it was in the old days, school house artifacts, a collection of farm equipment and Indian artifacts from a local excavation  

Hayesville is located in the Hiwassee River basin bordered by the Tusquitee Mountains. Nearby Lake Chatuge is a resevoir created by the TVA and offers 130 of shoreline. The Lake includes a full service marina along with camping, golf, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and water sports.
Hayesville is the County Seat of Clay County.
Thursday Evenings Hayesville NC Market in Town Square
 Events and Festivals in or near Hayesville:
3/4 Empty Bowls at John C Campbell Folk School 
4/15 John C Campbell Folk School Annual Easter Egg Hunt
5/27 Annual Gala and Benefit Action at John C Campbell Folk School 
10/7-8 John C Campbell Folk School Fall Festival
10/29 Halloween at the Haunted House
11/4 Annual Blacksmith & Fine Craft Auction  at The Folk School
12/31 Annual New Year's Possum Drop  (Brasstown)

                                             ONGOING EVENTS:
John C Campbell Folk School craft classes, exhibits, concerts and special events 
Hayesville Evening Market - Every Thursday from 4 PM a town event on the Square
Friday Night Jammin' at Clay's Corner 7 PM - 9 PM, 11005 Old Hwy 64 in Brasstown
Hayesville Mountain Valley Saturday Market - May through October 31 every Saturday from 9 Am - 12 PM on the Square ( 55 Church Street) Local produce and handmade products and crafts
Wednesday Brasstown Farmers Market - 9 AM - 1 PM every Wednesday at 10956 Old Hwy 64, Brasstown NC
Find future and additional mountain events and Festivals on the NC Events Calendar
Hayesville NC Cabins and Vacation Rentals:
Vacation rental with view of Lake Chatuge Beautiful views of Lake Chatuge and the mountains - 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, sleeps 6. Covered porch, grill, wood-burning fireplace, bumper pool and Wii, Internet, firepit. Easy paved access. $145 - $165 night, $975 week.
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pet friendly vacation rental near Hayesville Pet-friendly vacation rental - 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, sleeps up to 5. Hot tub, wood-burning fireplace, Wii game console, deck with rockers and hammock, gas grill. Located in a private wooded setting 10 miles to John C Campbell Folk School,  Lake Chatuge, Hayesville. $100 night, $600 week. see rental photos and availability
Unique creekfront log home rental  Fishing Retreat with all the comforts - 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 8. Authentic Adirondack Chalet Log home with huge stone fireplace, creekside trout fishing, game room with pool table - darts-HDTV, sauna bath house, deck with charcoal grill, WIFI, video games. $125 night, $750 week.   Check availability and pictures  
Chalet rental in Hayesville
Hayesville mountain chalet near Lake Chatuge - 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 4. Large deck with gas grill, gas log fireplace, pets considered, fully kitchen. 
             See photos and contact for rates  
peaceful mountain views with contemporary comforts Mountain view Modern Cabin - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 8. Peaceful mountain setting with fireplace, decks and screened porch, gas grill, master with view and balcony, optional golf privileges. $100 - $125 night, $600 - $750 week.
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Additional Hayesville Cabins, Vacation Rentals, Cottages:
Birdsong Villas - lakeview villa with boat slips on Lake Chatuge
Lakeview Cottage
- 2 Bd, Dockslip, full kitchem, $95 nt, $475 wk, $1200 mo
Hibernation Ridge - 2bd/2ba, beautiful long range mountain views, from$125 nt
Hidden Cove Cabin - 3 bd/2 ba, lakefront firepit, 2 fireplaces, $165-$235 nt
Hinton Center - cabins, cottages, apartment rentals, lodges, from $50-$525 nt
LaForte's Country Cottages - 1-2 bd cottages, grills, picnic tables, lakeviews
Hayesville Getaway- 2bd/1ba, recently remodeled, near Lk Chatuge, $50 nt
Tusqueuittee Mountain Villa - 3 bd/2ba, mountain view, fireplace, from $85 nt
For website links or more information on these rentals, just send a request to: info@ClimbEveryMountain.com
Hayesville Inns,  Bed and Breakfasts, Lodges,
Resort with marina, pool and restaurants Ridges Resort and Marina - guest rooms with complimentary continental breakfast. Lobby piano, guest microwave, fax, TV. Seasonal outdoor pool, walking paths, lawn games, tennis, basketball, 3 onsite restaurants, fitness center, wedding facilities. Full service marina. 
   (Hiawassee GA)   Get rates and photos 
Hayesville NC Bed and Breakfast Inns List:
Chatuge Mountain Inn  - 4238 Hwy 64 East, Hayesville NC
The Deerfield Inn  - 40 Chatuge Lane, Hayesville NC

For website links or more information on these inns, just send a request to: info@ClimbEveryMountain.com
Hayesville NC Campgrounds and RV Parks
RV Village and campground just over the Georgia border in Hayesville NC Sundowner RV Village, nestled in a grove of mature oaks, is a Park Model and RV Village that Caters to the Adult Camper (55+). 50 FULL RV hookups with facilities including laundry, showers and bathrooms, game room,  dumpstation, WIFI and cable TV. Open year around with rates at $30/night, $180/week. See photos and details.  
 Hayesville area Campgrounds List:
Chatuga Cove Marina - Campsites and Sites with boat slip, 2397 Hwy 175
HoHum Campground and Marina   47 Ho Hum Loop, Hayesville NC
Sundowner RV Village - Quaint RV and Park Model Campground catering to
      the Adult Camper(age 55+) 42 Sundowner Cir Hayesville, NC 828- 389-3241
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Sports and Outdoor Activities:
Sandy Bottom Trail Rides

Horseback Riding Near Asheville NC. We cater to First Time Riders, Families and Children with no Age or Weight Limits - Everyone Rides.... even the Disabled and Groups are always welcome. Churches, Schools, Girl/Boy Scouts and Business groups, etc. We host Special Events with catering, Weddings, Primitive Camping, Riding Lessons and more. OPEN YEAR AROUND, seven days a week, closed Thanksgiving and Christmas day.
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Wolf Ridge Ski Resort  is a family oriented resort located just 30 - 45 minutes north of Asheville in Mars Hill is home to Wolf Ridge Ski Resortthe Blue Ridge Mountains, Wolf Ridge sits at 4,700 feet elevation and has 82 acres of ski terrain and is easily accessible ski slope, located just 5 miles off I-26 West at Exit 3. “Ski the Wolf” and enjoy a crackling fire in one of the beautiful rustic lodges. Enjoy skiing and snowboarding for all ages, and beautiful views.
Asheville Municipal Golf Course
226 Fairway Drive, Asheville NC
Asheville Outdoor Center
521 Amboy Road, Asheville NC 
Asheville Running Tours
Various locations in downtown Asheville
Asheville Treetops Adventure Center
1 Resort Drive in Asheville NC
Curtis Wright Outfitters
5 All Souls Crescent, Asheville NC 
Grove Park Inn Golf Course
290 Macon Ave., Asheville NC
High Mountain Expeditions
1000 Merrimon Ave., Asheville, NC
Lake Julian Park
406 Overlook Ext, Arden NC
Navitat Canopy Tours
242 Poverty Branch Rd, Barnardsville NC
Asheville Tubing
7529 Highway 25/70, Marshall NC
Ventures Birding Tours 
Asheville NC Attractions
America's "Castle" -was built in 1895 by George Vanderbuilt  and is preserved and maintained today by his descendants. With interior square footage over 4 acres, 250 rooms, 65 fireplaces, 43 bathrooms and an impressive collection of art and period furnishing it is one of the East's most popular attractions. Once a working dairy farm the 8,000 acre estate now includes a winery; trails, gardens & grounds to explore; an Equestrian Center, River Bend Farm, a luxury Inn and the newest addition, Antler Village. Plan on spending at least one full day or more to fully enjoy all that Biltmore has to offer. CLICK HERE for Discount Biltmore Tickets Online
            The Folk Art Center
The Folk Art Center is a popular Asheville Attraction Home base  for the Southern Highland Craft Guild, the Center is the hub of traditional and contemporary mountain art and crafts. With changing exhibits in both the focus gallery and the main gallery as well as the permanent exhibit, all styles are displayed. Demonstrations and educational opportunities are scheduled regularly. The members shop is visited by thousands of tourists and locals annually.
       The Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway travels through Asheville At 469 miles long the Parkway is the nation's longest scenic rural parkway. Now 70 years old it is administered  by the National Park Service and host to  approximately 20 million visits annually. It connects the Shenandoah Valley National Park with the Great Smokey Mountains National park in North Carolina and Tennessee. Along the route are opportunities for lodging, dining, camping, hiking and simply enjoying breathtaking views from easily accessible overlooks and picnic areas. Visit the Blueridge Parkway Association to contribute. 
         Western North Carolina
                  Nature Center

Western North Carolina Nature Center in Asheville is a living museum of plants and animals native to the Appalachian region whose mission is to increase public awareness and understanding of all aspects of the natural environment of Western North Carolina through hands-on and sensory experiences. WNC Nature Center strives hard to meet the needs of our adopted 'critters' and our community. Each year we welcome 100,000 visitors through our doors - of which 30,000 are school children attending the Nature Center in conjunction with their classroom curriculum. 
  Asheville Historic Trolley Tours
See the best of Asheville from aboard a vintage trolley. Enjoy a fully narrated tour covering all major points of interest in Asheville including The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa, Historic Biltmore Village, the downtown shopping and restaurant district, Thomas Wolfe Memorial, the Asheville Art Museum and art gallery district, The Asheville Visitor Center and much more. Step off the trolley at any of the convenient stops to shop, dine or sightsee, then re-board and continue the tour.
     The Smith-McDowell House
Asheville's Smith-McDowell House History Museum Located on the campus of A-B Tech, the former residence of mayors and Vanderbuilt friends is now a restored history museum. It is Asheville's oldest surviving home, a National Register property and a living memorial to 19th century life in Asheville. The Museum offers a variety of exhibits from civil war and railroad history to Indian and mountain geography influences.  There are also educational programs both planned and on an event basis. Located at 283 Victoria Road, Asheville NC. 
      LaZoom Comedy Bus Tours
LaZoom comedy bus tour of Asheville See Asheville "with a twist". The daily tour season runs from April 15 through October 31 with special events, live comedy shows, live music and holiday tours. Get on the bus and laugh your Asheville off!
           The YMI Cultural Center 
YMI Cultural Center offers Black history and current events is an Asheville landmark in the heart of downtown convenient to City Hall, Pack Square, Pack Place and art galleries and other cultural centers. Listed on the National  Register of Historic Places, the YMI has served Asheville's minority citizens since it was first established in 1893 as the Young Men's Institute. It houses numerous exhibits, many dealing with the history of African Americans in Western North Carolina, and sponsors such cultural events as Asheville's Goombay! Festival, an Annual Kwanzaa Celebration and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration. All people are invited to come share in the rich heritage and celebration of African and African American culture. 39 South Market Street in downtown Asheville.
   The North Carolina Arboretum
The North Carolina Arboretum is located in Asheville NC Magnificent gardens and miles of woodland trails. Continual special events and touring shows and art exhibits. Just as our experience of nature is intimate, visitors to The North Carolina Arboretum connect with plants in personal ways that are as diverse and rich as the land itself. Whether you enjoy strolling through gardens, exploring exhibits, enriching your mind or hiking and biking, the Arboretum offers activities for all ages. Located at 100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way in Asheville. 
          Thomas Wolf Memorial
Thomas Wolf Memorial in downtown Asheville NC Wolfe's mother's boardinghouse in Asheville, North Carolina, now the Thomas Wolfe Memorial, has become one of literature's most famous landmarks.  Located at 52 N Market Street in downtown Asheville.
    Asheville Botanical Gardens  
is an independent non-profit organization housing a collection of plants native to the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated and memberships are encouraged. Located at 151 West T Weaver Boulevard in Asheville.
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               River Arts District
cem_river district.jpg (60031 bytes) The District is open year around - meet 150+  artists in their studios, visit craft galleries and shops and stop to re-energize at one of the cafes or restaurants.. Schedules are available online. Twice a year, every second weekend in June and November, Asheville’s River Arts District opens to the public for two days of festivities known as the STUDIO STROLL. On SECOND SATURDAYS artists welcome you into their studios to talk with them, see their latest artwork, watch demonstrations, and experience for yourself the magic hidden inside the time-worn factories and warehouses along the French Broad River. Click HERE for a map of the River Arts District and how to get to there.
Downtown Asheville Galleries:
Asheville Art Museum&nb 
The Asheville Art Museum is the leading visual arts facility serving 24 counties in Western North Carolina, providing cultural and educational experiences for both residents and visitors.  Since its beginning in 1948, the Museum has been a  vital force for the community and individual development and provides life-long opportunities for education and enrichment through the visual arts.  The Asheville Art Museum offers a wide variety of programs and facilities for all ages. The Museum is located at 2 South Pack Square in the center of downtown Asheville NC.
               aSHEville Museum
a women’s cultural museum with a mission to contribute to the creation of more just and equitable world through its collection of intimate exhibits which range from historic to contemporary in scope, and local to global. Core exhibits include: Appalachian Women, 100 Years of Sexism in Advertising, and A History of Hysteria. aSHEville Museum also houses a variety of rotating exhibits. The Museum gift shop offers art, crafts, and gift items made by talented local and regional women artists and fair-trade women-made items supporting women's organizations. 35 Wall Street,  Asheville NC
   Alexander and Lehnert Fine Jewelry
Alexander and Lehnert Jewelry in downtown Asheville features the works of Michele Alexander and Bill Lehnert, two talented Asheville artists with over fifty years of combined jewelry experience. The Historic Grove Arcade. Suite 142, 1 Page Avenue Asheville NC. 
              American Folk Art 
Folk Artist Cornbread at American Folk Art in downtown Asheville Contemporary Southern Folk Art in a variety of media with local and regional artists. Also offers frames and framing services.  64 Biltmore Ave., Asheville NC. 
                     Ariel Gallery
Ariel Gallery is an artist cooperative featuring handmade work of renowned local artists from Asheville and the surrounding area. Enjoy original works in clay, fiber, glass, iron, metal, paper and wood. Meet local artists selling their own work. Located in the heart of the historic downtown art district two blocks from Pack Square and close to area attractions like Biltmore House. 19 Biltmore Ave., Asheville NC 
                       Blue Spiral 1
Blue_Spiral_1_Featured_Artist_Vicki_Grant Work by exceptional Southern artists and object makers in a beautifully renovated  3 story building in the heart of downtown Asheville. The 15,000 square foot space allows a diversity of works and more than 15 shows each year. 38 Biltmore Ave., Asheville NC. 
                  The Bender Gallery  
Michael Amis the Bender Gallery in downtown Asheville
Asheville's premier studio glass art gallery as well as one of the region's largest, spanning  two sun filled levels. 2 S Lexington Ave., Asheville NC. 
           Black Mountain College
             Museum Arts Center

Black Mountain College Museum Arts Center An exhibition space and resource center dedicated to exploring the history and legacy of the world's most acclaimed experimental educational community. Changing exhibitions, a video archive, research materials, and a selection of books and other materials for sale. 56 Broadway, Asheville NC. 
                Gallery Minerva 
 Fine Arts Gallery and Consulting. 8 Biltmore Ave., Asheville North Carolina. 
               The Haen Gallery
The Haen Gallery in downtown Asheville NC  is committed to providing access to stunning and unique artwork for discerning collectors and our community in general. Our offerings reflect the character and sensibilities of this wonderful region. 52 Biltmore Avenue, #101, Asheville NC. 
                Kress Emporium
The Kress Emporium is a unique shopping ecperience in downtown Asheville showcases the work of over 80 regional artists and crafts people along with a wide selection of fine antiques and collectibles. Not a museum or a gallery, The Emporium is a retail establishment where objects of beauty are sold for your enjoyment 19 Patton Ave., Asheville NC 
                  Mountain Made
Mountain Made storefrontcelebrates the artisans and entrepreneurs of Western North Carolina by creating a viable market for regionally produced fine art and fine crafts. Featuring the work of over 80 artisans including beautiful pottery, hand painted silks, jewelry, furniture, original oils-pastels-watercolors, stained glass, textile art, blown and fused glass, iron work, gourds, hand made books. Suite 123, the Grove Arcade, 1 Page Ave., Asheville NC. 
                 ZaPow Gallery
ZaPow Gallery for Illustrative Art Asheville's first exhibit space for illustrative art and the first gallery of its kind in the Southeast. ZaPow is a "zany" mix of illustration spanning the fantasy, sci-fi, comic book and pop art worlds. It  brings nationally acclaimed illustrators such as New York Times bestseller Peter Brown and Biltmore Lake’s Daryl Slaton together under one roof. ZaPow is located at 21 Battery Park, Suite 101, Asheville, NC. 
Biltmore Village Galleries:
            New Morning Gallery 
is a  fine crafts destination located in Historic Biltmore Village, displays a delightful collection of decorative and functional crafts all handmade by American artisans. For over thirty years the gallery has displayed ceramics, art glass, garden art, fountains, wall hangings, jewelry, wood, furniture, and much more! 
              Bellagio Art to Wear
Memorable clothing by acclaimed American textile artists, fashion designers, dazzling handcrafted jewelry and gorgeous one-of-a-kind accessories. 5 Biltmore Plaza, Asheville NC. 
Blue Goldsmiths located in Biltmore Village A variety of handcrafted gold and silver fine jewelry by goldsmith Susan and associates.  Unique designs and custom work available.   1 Swan Street, Asheville NC 
Other Asheville Locations:
Grovewood Gallery
111 Grovewood Rd, Asheville NC
(next to the Omni Grove Park Inn)
                      Guild Crafts
Guild Crafts Shop  - a branch gallery for the Southern Highland Crafts Guild. The finest handmade crafts including jewelry, pottery, baskets, ironwork, glass, fiber and much more. 930 Tunnel Rd/Hwy 70, Asheville, NC 
       Brown's Pottery and Studio
9th generation potters - opened at this location in 1924. Folk Art, Ceramic Dishes and French Bakeware2398 Hendersonville Road, Arden NC
Queen B's Busy Work
Fletcher NC
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Asheville Restaurants, Pubs Entertainment
Diana Wortham Theatre is at the center of Asheville’s vibrant downtown arts scene  offering live performances of music, theatre and dance throughout the year by nationally touring artists as well as professional and regional arts groups. The Mainstage Series runs from September through May, and features more than 30 performances by nationally touring artists in music, theatre and dance.  Dinner and a show dining discounts - click here for details   Located at 2 South Pack Square in downtown Asheville.
Asheville Community Theatre  since 1946 (ACT) has offered Western North Carolina superb productions of comedies, dramas, and musicals. 828-254-1320. Please visit our site for this season's schedule.  Located at 35 East Walnut Street in downtown Asheville.
North Carolina Stage Company Asheville’s professional theatre performs in an intimate off-Broadway style venue in the heart of downtown Asheville. Voted Asheville's Best Local Theater for three years in a row for a diverse season of gripping dramas, classics, family plays and outrageous comedies. Located at 15 Stage Lane in Asheville.
12 Bones Smokehouse 
5 Riverside Dr, Asheville
3578 Sweeten Creek Rd, Arden 
131 Main  
308 Thetford Street in Asheville NC
The Admiral
400 Haywood Road, Asheville NC
All Souls Pizza
175 Clingman Ave, Asheville NC
Asheville Pizza & Brewing Company 675 Merrimon, Asheville NC
77 Coxe Ave., Asheville NC 
Barley's Taproom & Pizzeria
42 Biltmore Ave., Asheville NC
Battery Park Book Exchange
1 Page Ave #101, Asheville NC   
Biltmore Coffee Traders
518 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville NC
Biltmore Estate Dining
Biltmore Creamery
Bistro (at the Winery)
Cedric's Tavern (Antler Hill Village
Deerpark Restaurant (Deerpark area)
Stable Cafe' (adjoing the Biltmore House)
Dining Room (at the Inn)
Library Lounge (Inn lobby)
Light Bites - ice cream, snacks, etc. at a variety of locations)
Bistro 1896  
7 Pack Square SW, Asheville NC 
The Blackbird   
47 Biltmore Avenue in Asheville NC
Black Forest Restaurant  
2155 Hendersonville Road, Asheville NC 
 62 N Lexington Ave., Asheville NC 
Burgermeisters Kitchen & Tap  
697 Haywood Road, Asheville NC 
Carmel's Kitchen & Bar  
1 Page Avenue, Asheville NC
Chef Mo's  
900 Hendersonville Road, #201, Asheville
48 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville NC
Chai Pani Restaurant  
22 Battery Park Ave., Asheville, NC
Corner Kitchen   (Biltmore Village)
3 Boston Way, Asheville NC 
Cucina 24 Restaurant  
24 Wall Street, Asheville NC
11 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville NC 
Early Girl Eatery  
8 Wall Street, Asheville NC 
Earth Fare Market & Cafe 
1865 Hendersonville Rd, Asheville NC
66 Westgate Parkway, Asheville NC
Fig Bistro  
18 Brook Street, Asheville NC 
Frankie Bones Restaurant & Lounge 
2 Gerber Rd., Suite 101, Asheville NC 
Funny Business at the Millroom
66 Asheland Avenue, Asheville NC
The Gourmet Chip Company
43 Broadway, Asheville NC 
The Grove House Entertainment Complex
11 Grove Street, Asheville NC
India Garden Restaurant  
156 Tunnel Road, Asheville NC 
Jack of the Wood Pub
95 Patton Ave., Asheville NC 
The Laughing Seed Cafe  
40 Wall Street, Asheville 
Lexington Avenue Brewery
39 N Lexington Ave, Asheville, NC
The Lobster Trap/strong>  
35 Patton Avenue, Asheville NC 
Luarey's Catering & Gourmet to Go  
67 Biltmore Ave., Asheville NC td>
13 Eagle Street, Asheville NC 
The Market Place Restaurant  
20 Wall Street, Asheville NC 
22 College Street, Asheville NC
Mela Indian Restaurant  
70 N Lexington Ave., Asheville NC 
Mellow Mushroom
50 Broadway, Asheville NC  
The Millroom at Asheville Brewing Co
66 Asheland Ave., Asheville NC 
Moe's Original BBQ
4 Sweeten Creek Road, Asheville NC
Moose Cafe  
WNC Farmer's Market 
570 Brevard Rd # 3, Asheville, NC
Native Kitchen & Social Pub  
204 Whitson Ave., Swannanoa, NC
Neo Cantina  
Biltmore Village, 10 Biltmore Plaza
Nona Mia    
1050 Haywood Road, Asheville, NC
World Coffee Cafe
18 Battery Park Ave, Asheville, NC 
The Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club   101 Biltmore Ave., Asheville NC 
Pack's Tavern  
20 South Spruce Street, Asheville NC 
Pomodoros Greek & Italian Cafe  
1070 Tunnel Road, NC
75 Long Shoals Rd, Asheville NC
Posana Café   
One Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 
Rosetta's Kitchen  
116 N Lexington Ave., Asheville NC 
Red Stag Grill 
(Grand Bohemian)  11 Boston Way
Rezaz Mediterranean Cuisine  
28 Hendersonville Road, Asheville NC 
Salsas Restaurant
6 Patton Ave, Asheville NC
Ruth's Chris Steak House  
26 All Souls Crescent, Asheville NC 
Sante' Wine Bar  
Grove Arcade,
1 Page Avenue, Asheville NC 
Savoy Restaurant and Martini Bar
641 Merrimon Ave., Asheville NC
Short Street Cakes  
225 Haywood Road, Asheville NC
Storm Rhum Bar   
125 S. Lexington Avenue,  Asheville NC
Sunny Point Cafe'  
626 Haywood Road, Asheville NC 
Sunset Terrace,The Grove Park Inn   290 Macon Road, Asheville NC 
48 College Street, Asheville NC 
Tupelo Honey Cafe  
12 College Street, Asheville NC 
Vinsenzo's Ristorante & Bistro 
10 N Market Street, Asheville NC 
Village Wayside Bar & Grille 
Biltmore Village, 30 Lodge Street
West End Bakery & Cafe
757 Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC 
Westville Pub   
777 West Haywood Road, Asheville NC 
Wild Wing Café   
161 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC
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Sports and Outdoor Activities:
Chatuge Cove Marina
2397 Highway 175, Hayesville, NC  
Chatuge Shores Golf Course
260 Golf Course Rd, Hayesville, NC  
Clay County Recreation Park 
Clay County Recreation Rd, Hayesville NC
Chunky Gal Stables
1306 Hot House Road, Hayesville, NC 
Jack Rabbit Boat Ramp 
Jack Rabit Road , Hayesville NC
Ledford Chapel Boat Ramp
Ledford Chapel Road, Hayesville NC
Southern Appalachian Bicycle Association 
The Ridges Resort Marina 
3379 Highway 76 West, Hiawassee, GA 
Hayesville NC area Attractions
Cherokee Village of Quanassee
A prehistoric and archaeological Site where a trading post was founded during the early Colonial period. This historical attraction includes Spikebuck Mound and Fort Hembree. Replicas of a Cherokee summer house, winter house and corncrib are points of interest for visitors.
 Licklog Players   Since 1978, Licklog Players has been a nonprofit, volunteer organization in Hayesville  NC, comprised of adults and children of all ages, background and interests who are committed to theatre arts. We contribute to the betterment of our community by bringing people together through the enjoyment of creative, entertaining live theatre. Each season, Licklog Players produces a full slate of musicals, comedies, and dramas. 301 Church St., Hayesville, NC (828) 389-2787
Lake Chatuge   With over 130 miles of shoreline, much of which is protected, the Hayesville area offers pristine adventures for boating, fishing and enjoying water sports. Surrounding Lake Chatuge which straddles the North Carolina - Georgia border, are Recreational facilities including boating and a marina, fishing, swimming, picnic and play areas, an RV Park and campgrounds. The Chatuge Reservoir was completed in 1942 and includes a 150 high dam across the Hiwassee River. The Lake was named after a Cherokee Village which was once located in the area.
John C. Campbell Folk School provides experiences in non-competitive John_C_Campbell_Folk_Schoollearning and community life that are joyful and enlivening. Located in scenic Brasstown, North Carolina, the Folk School offers year-round weeklong and weekend classes for adults in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.  The school also hosts concerts, festival and a variety of cultural events. One Folk School Road, Brasstown NC.
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Hayesville NC Crafts, Galleries
Folk School Crafts Shop   More than 300 juried craftspeople are featured along with an impressive collection of traditional and contemporary Appalachian craft, including jewelry, pottery, wood, fiber, ironwork, basketry and other media. The Craft Shop is also proud to be the home of the world-renowned Brasstown Carvers. The Shop also offers hundreds of instructional and celebratory books on everything from Basketry to Writing as well as craft supplies. One Folk School Road, Brasstown NC.
The Clay County Historical and Arts Council Museum The Clay Historical & Arts Council Museum is housed in the Old County Jail which was constructed in 1912 and used as a jail until 1972. The Museum displays items pertinent to the history of the area through changing exhibits. Visitors will enjoy the many pictures of life as it was in the old days, school house artifacts, a collection of farm equipment and Indian artifacts from a local excavation. 21 Davis Loop, Hayesville NC 
The Frog and the Dragon   Judy Peppers has been producing and selling at art galleries and craft festivals Brasstown_NC_Artthroughout the Southeast since 1987. Her introduction to the jewelry arts was sparked while living in Naples, Florida in the early '80's working in oil painting and occasionally making stained glass panels, boxes, sculptures and kaleidoscopes. Using a microwave kiln fusing the leftover scraps of glass into colorful cabachons led to her to wire-art jewelry. Brasstown NC.  
David Goldenhagen Art Glass  Glass 
Linda Metcalf Designs Jewelry, iron work 
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Hayesville Restaurants, Entertainment
Alazan Mexican Restaurant
964 Highway 69, Hayesville, NC 
Angelo's Downtown Pizza
45 Main St, Hayesville, NC 
Best Lil Corner Burgers & Old Fashioned Ice Cream Parlor
4 Yellow Jacket Dr., Hayesville
Copper Door 
950 Highway 64 Business, Hayesville, NC
Hayesville Family Restaurant
95 Highway 64 Bs, Hayesville  NC
Mika's Pizza
165 Highway 64 W, Hayesville, NC 
Monte Alban Mexican
18 Creekside Circle, Hayesville, NC
Murphy's Chop House 
130 Valley River Avenue, Murphy, NC 
Pizza Divas
18 Creekside Cir # 10, Hayesville, NC  
Rib Country BBQ
580 N Carolina 69, Hayesville, NC 
Hayesville Shops, Services
A Good Yarn  
66 Church St, Hayesville NC 
Anderson's Cowboy Store  
1085 N Carolina 69, Hayesville NC 
Carolina Furniture Outlet  
1964 NC Highway 69 Hayesville, NC  
Phillips & Lloyd Bookstore  
66 Church Street, Hayesville NC 
The Rustic Rose  
3280 NC 69, Hayesville, NC  
Square One Interiors by Design 
Across from the Courthouse in Hayesville
Timber Creations  
supplying green building products 
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