Maggie Valley, North Carolina
Maggie Valley is a small picturesque mountainous town in Haywood County, North Carolina. It is a very popular alpine family resort that combines a scenic mountainous landscape, a broad range of outdoor activities, such as hiking, skiing, fishing, kayaking, nature observation, etc., and close proximity to downtown Asheville (about 35 miles). The town has a romantic, old-fashioned style that creates a cozy and charming feeling. Here, you will find many interesting local art shops as well as good local restaurants. For those fond of cars and museums, Wheels Through Time is undoubtedly a must-see tourist attraction. Here, you will have the opportunity to see hundreds of excellently maintained classic cars and motorbikes. It is one of the best museums of its kind in the US. Other top Maggie Valley tourist attractions include the impressive Soco Falls (a unique twin waterfall), Cataloochee Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (a perfect place for hiking explorations and elk observation), Lake Junaluska, and Cataloochee Ski Area. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 25 discount hotels worth checking in Maggie Valley, NC. The average price per room per night is under $150, but you can find some pretty good economy accommodation deals from even $130.