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Swain County Visitor Center and Heritage Museum

The Swain County Visitor Center and Heritage Museum are centrally located in Bryson City, North Carolina. This visitor center offers a variety of exhibits about the history and culture of Swain County. The museum also houses a collection of artworks and artifacts from the area. The visitor center is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm from Monday through Saturday, and from noon to 4:00 pm on Sundays.

0.04 miles away

Great Smoky Mountains Railroad Depot

The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad Depot is a railroad depot in Bryson City, North Carolina. The depot was built and is the oldest operating railroad depot in the Western North Carolina region. The depot is operated by the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad company and features displays of historic railroad artifacts and a gift shop. The depot also serves as a visitor center for the Gatlinburg-Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

0.21 miles away

Riverfront Park

The Bryson City Riverfront Park is a great place to spend a summer day. The park has a playground, a baseball field, a basketball court, and a picnic area. It's also a great place to watch the river go by. There's also a walking trail and horseback riding trails.

0.22 miles away

Bryson City Island Park

Bryson City Island is a small, uninhabited island located in the northwestern corner of North Carolina. The island is part of the Bryson City Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is defined as including all of Bryson City and the surrounding area.

The main attraction on Bryson City Island is Fort Mountain State Park, which occupies much of the eastern portion of the island. The park has hiking trails and several overlooks that offer views of downtown Asheville and Lake Drummond, both of which are located to the east. Other attractions on the island include a playground, a picnic area, and a swimming beach.

0.28 miles away

Darnell Farms

Darnell Farms is a family-owned and operated farm that grows produce for local restaurants and retailers. The farm is situated in Bryson City, North Carolina and offers tours of the property. The farm features a variety of crops, including corn, tomatoes, green beans, sweet potatoes, and peanuts. They also have a small herd of goats that provide milk for the cheese production. Darnell Farms also sells eggs and poultry products.

1.83 miles away

Juney Whank Falls

Juney Whank Falls is a beautiful tourist attraction in North Carolina. The falls are located on the North Carolina/South Carolina border and are a popular spot for hikers, photographers, and nature lovers. The falls can be seen from many different vantage points and make for a beautiful photo opportunity. The surrounding area is also full of natural beauty, including thick forest and rolling hills.

2.69 miles away

Tom Branch Falls

Tom Branch Falls is a beautiful waterfall located in the North Carolina mountains. The falls are a popular tourist attraction, and there is a visitor center where you can learn more about the waterfall. There are also several hiking trails that lead to the falls.

2.77 miles away

Indian Creek Falls

Indian Creek Falls is a thrilling tourist attraction in North Carolina that is sure to please visitors of all ages. The falls are located in the Pisgah National Forest, and can be reached by car or bike. Visitors can take a hike to the falls, or ride the shuttle bus that operates between May-October. There are also several viewing areas where visitors can enjoy the beauty of the falls from a distance. Indian Creek Falls is an excellent place to visit if you're looking for a healthy activity that will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated.

3.22 miles away

Lakeshore Trail Trailhead

The Lakeshore Trail is a well-maintained hiking trail that runs the length of Lake Norman. The trail is open from sunrise to sunset and offers a variety of trails that can be used for hiking, biking, and birdwatching.

The Lakeshore Trail begins at the trailhead and follows the shoreline of Lake Norman. The first 2.5 miles are a path through woodlands and meadows, with occasional glimpses of the lake. After passing under I-40, the trail enters a more heavily wooded section, with a steep climb up to McDowell Falls. From here, the path follows the banks of the lake as it winds its way through rolling hills and past several small waterfalls.

From here on out, the hike becomes much more strenuous as you ascend into the Blue Ridge Mountains. At 10 miles you'll reach Old Mill Creek Campground, where there are restrooms and water available (but no camps

5.69 miles away

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