Set in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Maggie Valley, NC, cabin rentals offer multiple benefits that no other place can match. Maggie Valley offers easy access to all points of interest in Western North Carolina. It’s just 35 miles west of the Asheville Airport, literally minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway, and just 16 miles east of Cherokee, NC.
Maggie Valley, NC, Cabin Rentals
The best thing about Maggie Valley, NC, cabin rentals is their perfect location close to the most popular attractions in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Enjoy easy access to attractions, restaurants, shops and stores, but also the luxury of privacy, small town charm and stunning natural scenery. Blue Ridge Mountain cabins are everything at once – romantic, rustic, charming, cozy, warm, inviting – but also the ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of modern lifestyles. Find a Creekside cabin rental if at all possible. The sound of a rushing mountain creek adds dimensions to your overall experience.
Blue Ridge Mountain Attractions
Some of the most popular Blue Ridge Mountain attractions include:
- Great Smoky Mountains National Park
- Blue Ridge Parkway
- Cataloochee Valley
- Cades Cove
- Ghost Town theme park
- Maggie Valley Festival Grounds
- Wheels of Time Museum
- Great Smoky Mountain Railroad
- Cataloochee Ski Area
- Tony’s Tube World
- Harrah’s Casino
- Gem mines
But there are many attractions that are a bit more off the beaten path. Spend a day at a Christmas Tree Farm – there are dozens in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Pick apples in an apple orchard. Go antiquing – you’ll be amazed at the rare objects you might find. Take a tour of historical towns or homes. Try your hand at fly fishing. Go on a waterfall tour (lucky for you, the national park has maps to the location of every scenic waterfall in the area). Take a heart-pounding ride with whitewater rafting. Head out with a group for some horseback riding on well-established but hidden-from-view trails through the mountains. Explore the local culture through music, dance, craft beer tastings, wine tastings, cider tastings and more. Take in a round of golf at a local golf course. Hang out with the locals at the town square or neighborhood park. There are hundreds of things to do in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Visit an array of Norman Rockwell-type towns in the area – perfect for making lifelong memories and learning new things.
About Maggie Valley, NC
Surrounded by the NC Blue Ridge Mountains, and set on the fringe of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway, Maggie Valley is a charming resort-style town. Here, you can have the best of the modern world, while also stepping back in time whenever you choose. Cast in a line in the state-stocked Jonathan Creek, which runs through the heart of time and fish as you while away an afternoon in the shadow of the mountains. Walk over to the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds to catch a bluegrass show or bike rally. Visit the Ghost Town theme park, ski at the Cataloochee Ski Area, go snow tubing at Tony’s Tube World or watch professional mountain dancers at The Stompin’ Grounds. View motorcycles of days gone by at Wheels of Time Museum. Sit for a spell in one of the many restaurants as you enjoy a mighty delicious meal and a cup of joe (or wine or craft beer if that’s your mood). Don’t miss seeing the elk herd in the Cataloochee Valley. And that’s not to even mention all the amazing things to do within the national park, parkway and Pisgah National Forest – just minutes from Maggie Valley.
Book a Stay in Maggie Valley, NC, Cabin Rentals
Reserve a guest room, suite, cottage or Maggie Valley, NC, cabin rental at the legendary Meadowlark Motel. Situated on Jonathan Creek, in the heart of Maggie Valley, Meadowlark offers complimentary Continental breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi and a seasonal outdoor pool. Many rooms feature jetted tubs and fireplaces, separate sitting, dining and sleep areas, as well as full kitchens or kitchenettes. Choose one of our Maggie Valley, NC, cabin rentals with a deck right over the rushing creek for true relaxation. Select from an array of unique guest services, such as wine and craft beer tastings, live music by local musicians, in-room spa services, Friday family nights and Saturday night cookouts. Enjoy their large outdoor pavilion with a full kitchen for group gatherings, as well as their Creekside recreation area, grills and outdoor furniture. View their current deals and packages.