Spring! Glorious spring! It envelopes the mountains in beautiful wildflowers and bright-colored bulbs, poking their heads through the last winter snow. A slight chill may still be in the night air, but buds are bursting into bloom, birds are chirping, and the unmistakable signs of new birth are everywhere. Spring and summer in Maggie Valley are more beautiful than in many towns because of its stunning mountain setting. Located right in the center of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Maggie Valley offers tourists and locals dozens of festivals and special events to welcome the spring and summertime weather. In summer, the foliage is in its full glory, spreading out to reach the sky, flowers are abundant, and the warm weather is a delight to body and mind. Here are a few of our favorite spring and summer festivals, events and attractions – most are held at the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds.
About the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds
The Festival Grounds in Maggie Valley are the setting for most local festivals and rallies. It’s situated at 3374 Soco Road, right in the heart of Maggie Valley. You can’t miss it. Soco Road is the main thoroughfare through the town. Learn more about all the festivals and rallies listed at the links provided or visit Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, Festival and Events page. Get more details and information about any festivals, events or rallies at the Maggie Valley Official Website.
Lodging Near Maggie Valley Festival Grounds
Planning to attend one of the local festivals or rallies? The best place to stay in Maggie Valley is the Meadowlark Motel. It’s located right on Soco Road in the heart of Maggie Valley, just minutes from the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds and other attractions. We offer a free continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi for overnight guests, along with an outdoor pavilion overlooking the creek, spacious guest rooms, cottages and cabins – many with jetted tubs.