Maggie Valley Travel Guide

  • Maggie Valley
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  • Maggie Valley
    by HumblyServingChrist
  • Soco Falls, North Carolina
    Soco Falls, North Carolina
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Maggie Valley Things to Do

  • Snow Tubing

    You pay $25 for 2 hours to snow tube down the mountain side. A conveyor belt takes you up the mountain side. It has 5 lanes and you are only allowed to ride the tubes belly down. You also have to stop yourself by digging your toes into the ice before you hit the huge hay bales at the end of the run. Unless of course you are creative enough to turn...

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  • The Blue Ridge Parkway, from Maggie...

    When you come to Maggie Valley, driving the Blue Ridge Parkway is a *must*. The view of mountain ranges stacked one behind the other is breathtaking, and changes with the season and the weather.Our favorite look-out is atop Waterrock Knob, which is about 6 miles along the parkway, from Timberwolf Creek. The mountain drops off steeply on both sides...

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  • Maggie Valley Hotels

    12 Hotels in Maggie Valley

Maggie Valley Hotels

  • A Holiday Motel

    3289 Soco Rd., Maggie Valley, North Carolina, 28751, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Best Western Mountain Brook Inn

    The management was friendly and accomodating. We were able to check in hours before 3pm. Indoor...

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  • Comfort Inn Maggie Valley

    3282 Soco Rd, Maggie Valley, NC 28751

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

Maggie Valley Restaurants

  • Mexican in Maggie Valley

    Guayabitos is a Mexican restaurant in Maggie Valley, conveniently located on Soco Road. It's really the only option if you're looking for Mexican in Maggie Valley. The food is pretty good, the normal Mexican selection of food and drinks. And the prices are about average for Mexican food. The service was so-so - the waitress was slow to get our...

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  • Terrible!

    If you want a good meal I wold stay away from the nutmeg bakery.The "Authentic NY style" bagels look like puffed up muffins.... they are not boiled before they are baked.The baked goods are not much better than what you would get at a grocery store bakery.They have 6 different types of coffee, all of which are terrible.The service is painfully...

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  • Brilliance and Passion in Maggie Valley

    What a find! The owners and staff are a veritable wealth of experience and talent. Located in a slice of time gone by NC, this Bakery and Café has a seriously talented staff.Dad Gary has been in the baking business for over 40 years. His specialty is authentic bagels from traditional recipes.Mom Beth is an experienced baker and caterer bringing her...

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  • Great bagels!!!!!

    Visited the Nutmeg Bakery and Cafe in Maggie Valley NC, One of the few places to get breakfast all day! The Bakery offered many homemade items and the menus for both breakfast and lunch were great!!!! Got to try the Grilled Pimento Cheese!!! Best around!!!!! hard to chose...... I sampled bakery items and a bite or two of diff sandwich's all was...

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  • Great Trout!

    The ambience was really nice with candlelight. It has the appearance of an expensive restaurant but in fact it was quite reasonable. A very friendly place with creekside dining and Rhum Bar. Karaoke and live bands on the weekends. The fried trout was wonderful. It's a fish that is raised nearby and has a pinkish flakey meat. The hushpuppies and...

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  • Great Burgers!

    It's a really cool sports bar that serves everything from hot dogs to rib eyes. They also allow you to wear your ski gear inside so it's a great place to go for lunch after a day on the slopes. We split the hamburger because they were huge with a couple cups of hot coffee to warm the body.

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  • Good Country Fixins'

    We stayed the night in Maggie Valley, and started the day with a fantastic country breakfast. If I remember correctly, I had the biscuits and gravy, which is very difficult to find up here north of the Mason-Dixon Line.

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  • Saratoga's

    When I was there, they had a new waitress. It was her second day. After seating us and disappearing, she came running back with menues, apologizing for not having remembered. For every little mistake she did, apologized. It was not irritating at all, rather it was down right cute. And she looked like a young version of Demi Moore, too. I guess she...

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  • J.Arthur's Restaurant in Maggie Valley...

    Our Sweethearts Package at Timberwolf CreekThe Sweethearts Package includes dinner for two at J.Arthur's, Maggie Valley's premier restaurant, and a special silver turn-down service upon your return to Timberwolf Creek.Please visit our website for complete details at http://www.timberwolfcreek.comBring your sweetheart to the Smokies! J.Arthur's is...

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Maggie Valley What to Pack

  • Water Resistant Clothes & Boots

    The proper ski gear will keep you warm. Invest in a ski mask, water resistant clothing and boots.This is good for snow tubing, sking or snow boarding.There are lots of shops that offer ski wear if you have forgotten something or need anything. Bandaids and Tylendol for muscle aches & sprains Keep your camera zipped up in your pocket.

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  • Packing List

    If you are coming to ski, I would suggest wearing ski suits or whatever, but beware, most people are a little weird and wear mostly jeans and flannel shirts.

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