All summer long there will be locals playing in the area. Check them out, they will be well worth your time.
Hickory Nut Falls is just one of the many waterfalls in and around Asheville. You can visit the tourist information office in downtown and get a map that shows you where all of them are located.
In downtown, I noticed these interesting statues on Haywood Avenue in front of the Asheville Civic Center where many performing arts take place.
The tulips in the garden might not have been quite ready to bloom in late March, but the Forsythia bushes looked like they were a yellow ball of fire. The estate in the background adds to the beauty.
Great Private (fee) park. Nice trails along cliff face, highest waterfall east of the Rockies, 26 story elevator through solid rock, and a 75 mile view.
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