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Black Mountain

Black Mountain, NC

The town of Black Mountain, located at the southern edge of the black mountain range, is known for it's eclectic shops and artsy vibe. Incorporated in 1893, Black Mountain lies to the east of Asheville NC along state road 40.


Waynesville, NC

Waynesville North Carolina was founded in 1810, surrounded by the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains. Waynesville features many quaint shops, art galleries and restaurants to explore.

Mars Hill

Mars Hill, NC

Take a trip to Mars Hill and experience unique events like the Fiddlin' 5K in the springtime. Mars Hill has a walkable downtown with interesting shops, cafes and restaurants for you to visit and browse. Mars Hill University is also nearby.


Hendersonville, NC

Visit Hendersonville with it's quaint shops, cafes, restaurants, and museums. Hendersonville has a large historic downtown and interesting places to visit nearby including Jump off Rock and the Carl Sandburg Home.

Hot Springs

Hot Springs, NC

Hot Springs is a unique town in the mountains about an hour's drive from Asheville. Hot Springs is one of the few towns that the Appalachian trail passes through. You can find shops, restaurants and the famous Hot Springs Resort and Spa nearby.

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