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Biltmore Estate

The Biltmore Estate is the largest privately owned home in America, with 175,000 square feet resting on 8,000 acres. It was built by George Vanderbilt and was completed in 1895. Today the Estate encompasses the house, gardens, restaurants, gift shops, inn and winery.

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The Blue Ridge Parkway

The 469 meandering, toll-free miles of the Blue Ridge combines natural beauty, mountain forests, wildlife, wildflowers and magnificent views. The Parkway was designed especially for leisure travel and enjoyment. There are numerous overlooks to view some of America’s finest scenic vistas.

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Cane Creek

Running freely through pastures and woodlands of Waterford Lakes is a river of dreams. One of the best trout rivers around; Cane Creek is fly-fishing heaven, and a picturesque place to skip rocks, dangle your toes and let your daydreams flow. What could be more ideal?

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Chimney Rock Park

Chimney Rock Park is located 14 miles east of Hendersonville. You can take a 26-story elevator ride inside the mountain to reach the top or meander your way up the hiking trails enjoying the natural surroundings.

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DuPont State Forest

DuPont State Forest is more than 10,000 acres of forest, trails, and waterfalls between Historic Hendersonville and Brevard, North Carolina. It’s one of the area’s most loved locations for adventure sports, hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails.

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Great Smoky Mountain National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park covers seven counties in North Carolina, with the northern fringe in Tennessee. The 520,000-acre park is one of the largest wilderness areas in the Eastern United States, covering more than 88 square miles and includes some of the highest peaks in the East.

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Lake Lure

Lake Lure’s 27 miles of shoreline is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Lake Lure was selected by National Geographic as one of the Ten Most Spectacular man-made lakes in the World. The lake offers a marina, boat tours and a sandy beach.

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Flat Rock Playhouse

Located in the quaint village of Flat Rock (next door to the Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site), The Flat Rock Playhouse has been playing to audiences since the 1940’s. Now offering an eight month season of plays, including Broadway musicals, comedy, drama, and theatre for young audiences.

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Asheville Regional Airport

Asheville Regional Airport offers many direct flights to great destinations throughout the US, plus connecting service to anywhere in the world.

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Downtown Hendersonville

Historic Downtown Hendersonville is the heart of an economically and culturally vibrant mountain community. Within its 16 blocks of bustling activity you’ll find specialty shops, art galleries, restaurants and entertainment venues.

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