Maggie Valley, North Carolina
Nestled in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains is Maggie Valley. Lose the phone, ditch the pad, and enjoy the best mother nature has to offer. Two of the three most visited national treasures surround us. The Blue Ridge Parkway and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If nature is king, then hiking is an invitation to get an audience. Park the car and take a hike. Pick your ability and find the perfect path to enjoy. If cruising is more your style, the area features some of the most scenic rides in the country. Waterfalls, views, history and more await.
Maggie Valley Hotels and Motels, Cabins, Vacation Rentals, the best the valley has to offer. Stay in comfort and style while you enjoy, and explore the Great Smoky Mountains. We can’t say it loud enough, get out! That's right, out. Because that's where Maggie is best.
Maggie Valley location sits at the convergence of the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Valley offers a southern glimpse of a true season climate in the heart of the south. Maggie Valley is a unique point on the map for the visitors seeking adventure. Like a center of a spoked wheel. Easy drives to Gatlinburg, Cherokee, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and Asheville. To the south, you’ll find the land of the waterfall in Transylvania County. Maggie Valley is a great escape from the heat of the south without having the long haul of traveling way far north. Unlike the tourist mecas of surrounding communities, Maggie is a throw back to the past. A time when the attraction of the mountains themselves was what people sought. The surrounding mountains rise above 5000 feet in elevation. Cataloochee Ski Area tops out at above a mile in elevation. Snow during the winter is common especially at the higher elevations so if you come to experience the true spirit of the mountains come prepared.