Located 45 minutes from the Inn, Ashe County Cheese is North Carolina’s oldest cheese plant. The viewing room is open year round at no charge and you can visit from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Saturday. They also offer other fine cheeses, locally made wines, gifts, and old fashioned snacks and candies
Appalachian Ski Mountain is a special place to choose for your vacation, daycation, or family trip. From the moment you arrive, you will notice the attention to detail.
Beech Mountain Resort is a total Winter experience. With excellent skiing, day or night, and a charming Alpine Village filled with intriguing shops, tempting restaurants and more.
Located 30 minutes from The Mast Farm Inn, Sugar Mountain, North Carolina is perhaps best known for the ski area, the largest ski area in North Carolina
Located in the lush Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, Carolina Bison raises its herd on top-quality grasses and pure mountain spring water. Our robust bison graze freely on hundreds of open pasture acreage, reminiscent of the original native herds. Founded by author, lecturer, and whole-health practitioner Dr. Frank J. King, Jr. in 1985, Carolina Bison is proudly one of the largest bison ranches in the Southeastern region.
”Cycling sports are gaining in popularity across the nation, but few locations offer as much diversity as the mountains, hills and flatlands of Western North Carolina’s High Country.” ~ Peter Morris
The mission of Mountain Home Music of the Western North Carolina High Country is to preserve and honor the music of the Appalachian region. Mountain Home Music has produced over 200 concerts since it began in 1994.
The Red White & Bluegrass Jam • The Best Ole-Time, Bluegrass, Folk & Gospel. Come to listen or bring your instrument and join right in. Admission is FREE, but a donation of $4.00 per person is greatly appreciated. See you there!
Project543 tells the story of unique spots across North Carolina we hope will become some of your favorite places. Why 543? Because that’s the number of miles from Manteo, on the coast, to Murphy, in the mountains, and is traditionally considered to be the width of our state.
Denton FarmPark is a family owned historical park with fifteen restored buildings including a general store, a grist mill, a church, a plantation house, blacksmith shop, log cabin. A full-size steam train encircles the park on a one and a half mile track. The campground accommodates five hundred campsites.