Want a perfect start to the fall? Head to Maggie Valley! Although, some events were postponed or cancelled because of the pandemic, the town still has many things to offer. The scenic atmosphere alone will not only astound you; its enough to make you happy you came.
Things to do in Maggie Valley
A truly beautiful place, Maggie Valley is rich in history and has numerous choices for entertaining. Here are a few places that you can go and things to see while you visit.
Come visit this unique distillery and it’s super friendly staff. They offer a tour and samples of their fantastic whiskey, moonshine and vodka. They have expanded in recent years and have a new bar serving beer and cocktails. Check their website or call them for details as their schedule has changed due to COVID-19. See below for recent activity schedule.
With three dates scheduled and on last date October 17th and 18th, this is your chance to see some amazing vendors and unique arts and crafts while shopping among the backdrop of the mountains.
Even if you don’t plan on buying anything, its fun just to walk around and see the amazing variety of unique items – but rarely do you see anyone leaving without something in their hands.”
This even was re-scheduled for October 30th and 31st. If you love the 3 M’s, Music, Mountains and Moonshine this is the event for you. The cost for admission is only ten bucks. That will get you access to food, crafts, live music and more.
This is a fun event and super family friendly that occurs in the nearby town of Waynesville. Dancing and music on Main Street from 7pm-10pm on September 19th. I actually attended this a couple years ago. It was fantastic. My husband and I had so much fun, we drank at BooJum Brewing and got a last minute AirBnB and stayed.
Car show enthusiast, this one is for you. With two days of excitement, come see street rods, classics, antiques and more at the fair grounds in Maggie Valley. Event days are September 24th and 26th. You can click the link above for more information.
Come see wheels like you’ve never seen them before; progressing through history. The museum has announced they are reopening to the public October 1st.
The museum will also be holding its annual raffle on November 14. This event is the biggest fundraiser for the publicly supported museum and will see one lucky individual ride away on a classic 1939 Harley Davidson Knucklehead.
Don’t miss the raffle and support this local attraction.