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Maggie Valley for all Seasons
As the leaves fall in autumn, spring rises in out of the valley. Starting at the lower elevations, the bright green of newly sprouted growth inches its way up the mountain sides. Dotted with bursts of flowers throughout the spring, wildflowers seekers will not be disappointed. The spattering of white dogwood trees are the first to make themselves known and farther up the hollows, trillium, a white three petaled flower makes the reviews look like rivers of snow.
Summer in Maggie Valley is a great time to escape the heat from the rest of the south. Cool evening with incredibly clear skies are often in the low 60′s or even cooler at the higher elevations, but are great for a camp fire. Wade into the Heritage Trout Waters of Jonathan Creek which are stocked for your enjoyment. Nearby you can get wet whitewater rafting or tubing, or grad a horse and saddle and see the mountains like the early pioneers.
What can we say. Always listed as one of the best places in the country to see fall foliage, the southern end of the Blue Ridge Parkway will not disappoint. Bright reds of the sugar maples, golds of the oaks and poplars lead the way. The best time to catch the color depends on the elevation but the third week of October is the best bet for timing. Its a busy time in the valley so plan ahead if you are staying for a few nights.
The mountains go to sleep, but you don’t have to. Plenty of things to do and see, skiing, snowboarding, tubing and there are plenty of restaurants and shops open to cater to those guests. It’s also a great time to just sit back and enjoy a good read next to the fireplace.
Maggie Valley, North Carolina
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Maggie Valley, North Carolina35.518158, -83.097642