Historic lodging, gourmet dining, unique accomodations, memorable weddings, culinary, artistic and business retreats, and weekend getaway vacation travel at the country inns and bed & breakfasts of Valle Crucis, North Carolina
The BSG is a challenging to strenuous full English century – 100 mile loop ride starting and ending at the Valle Crucis Elementary School, approximately 5 miles south of Boone, North Carolina.
Winter in The High Country • Skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, snow tubing, zip lining, snowshoeing, and sledding. If you can do it on snow or ice, you can do it in the North Carolina High Country. NC is home to some of the highest ski areas in the Eastern US, and winter here brings a time to celebrate in stead of hibernate.
The ”Music in the Valle” Concert Series at The Valle Crucis Community Park starts May 24th and continues each Friday evening through September 6th. Admission is free; bring a chair or a blanket and family & friends. All concerts start at 7:00PM.
”So Much More… The world renowned Mast Farm Inn of Valle Crucis is nothing short of a handcrafted masterpiece of North Carolina Folk Art”
Among numerous distinctions and awards, Andrew Rigney received 2nd place at The Merlefest Doc Watson Guitar Championship in 2011, and Grant Rigney 1st Place in the Masters Division at The Alabama State Fiddle Championship in 2012.
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.
Josh Shilling begins sale of his first solo album ”Letting Go”• You can order online via PayPal from the website at www.joshshilling.com
Kristen Bearfield is a photographer based in Hickory, North Carolina, and a songwriter and musical artist who sings, plays guitar, mandolin & banjo with The Hurleys, a North Carolina bluegrass gospel group.
Back in 1929, a 16 year old Thad W. Garner was graduating from Mineral Springs High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. By driving a school bus and delivering newspapers, Thad managed to save the considerable sum of six hundred dollars.