It’s All About The Creek…And The Mountains
We discovered Hayesville and Clay County after driving west from the crowds and hubbub of the Asheville area. A small rural mountain community convenient to three metropolitan airports (Atlanta, Asheville, Chattanooga), Hayesville prides itself as being “two hours from anywhere”. We’re proud to say that in 2017 Hayesville was voted one of Reader’s Digest top ten “Friendliest Towns In America”.
The cabin is located eight miles outside of town in the mountains of western North Carolina, far from the tourists and traffic of the Asheville, Highlands/Cashiers and Maggie Valley areas. Nestled in the picturesque Tusquittee Valley, it is a convenient home base for all sorts of outdoor activities, from boating and swimming on beautiful Lake Chatuge to white-water rafting, hiking in the surrounding national forests, fly-fishing on rivers and creeks, mountain biking and so much more. There are antique shops, flea markets and thrift shops galore for shopping and just plain junking. Spring, summer and fall are festival seasons with everything ranging from tractor parades on the Square to our now nationally-famous Pumpkin’ Chunkin’ in October and the not-to-be-missed Possum Drop on New Year’s Eve. But what we don’t have is traffic, congestion or roadways lined with strip malls, traffic lights and tourist shops. Stroll around the quaint town square with our historic courthouse front and center, and when you’re hungry be sure to stop in at
The Copper Door, voted one of the top 100 fine dining restaurants in the country.
So when you’re ready to come to the mountains – the real mountains, the way it used to be – come to Hayesville
and see what so many have come to love.
Hayesville and Clay County – Good For The Soul.