Waynesville NC Cabins
Mountain Brook Cottages
|Mountain Brook Cottages are circa 1930s FIREPLACE cottages in a scenic mountain setting criss-crossed with brooks to delight you. Enjoy exploring the Great Smokies and Blue Ridge Parkway, riding the Great Smoky Railway, shopping in nearby Dillsboro, Franklin and Maggie Valley or taking in Asheville's Biltmore Estate. And now, with the casino in Cherokee, you will discover the thrills of non-stop action and entertainment. Enjoy outdoor activities such as white water rafting, tubing, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, gem mining and golf. Then come home and relax in our woodland spa and sauna bungalow by the brook.
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Things to Do in or near Waynesville:
Rafters and kayakers can enjoy the cool clear waters and class II and III rapids of the Nantahala River located within the Nantahala National Forest. Kayakers and rafters can enjoy class II and III rapids on the Pigeon River starting at the North Carolina line and adjacent to the GSMNP and traveling into Tennessee.
Kayakers can enjoy more extreme rapids, up to class V, at various creeks located throughout Haywood County and close to Waynesville and Maggie Valley. Deep Creek located within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers tubing and swimming in cool mountain waters. All ages can enjoy hiking, viewing waterfalls, tubing, swimming, or just wading in the GSMNP at Deep Creek, just a short drive from Maggie Valley and Waynesville, NC. Lake Junaluska in Waynesville, NC offers paddle boating and kayaking.
Whitewater rafting and kayaking in western North Carolina are popular outdoor adventures. Various rafting companies offer class II and III rapids on the Pigeon River which begin at the North Carolina line and run adjacent to Great Smoky Mountains National Park and go into Tennessee.
More extreme rapids, up to class V, are found throughout Haywood County, NC and near Maggie Valley and Waynesville.
Hiking trails are a favorite pastime in the National Park. Horseback riding stables are located in the park at Deep Creek and in Cataloochee.
Fishing is permitted year-round in the park, from 30 minutes before official sunrise to 30 minutes after official sunset. Persons possessing a valid Tennessee or North Carolina state fishing license may fish all open Park waters. Licenses must be displayed on demand by authorized personnel. State trout stamps are not required. More information on fishing.
Winter offers skiing and snowboarding at elevations of 5,400 ft in Maggie Valley. Cataloochee offers a great atmosphere for all members of the family and has slopes for all skiing/snowboarding levels. Located at the base of the mountain in Maggie Valley is tube world where you can hit the hill on an inner tube.
• Great Smoky Mountains National Park
• Horseback riding
• Fishing in the National Park
• Scenic Drives
• Clingmans Dome