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Hayesville and Brasstown

Packed with mountain biking, hiking, boating, and fishing spots, Hayesville and greater Clay County embody the phrase “getting away from it all.” Spend a day on Lake Chatuge, and then head to town for museums, shops, restaurants and yearly festivals. While in the area, check out the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown for classes and live music, and the Goldhagen Glass Blowing Gallery in Hayesville for great souvenirs.

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Experience Hayesville and Brasstown

Clay County Chamber of Commerce

Clay County, with its blue mountains, whisper quiet streams and ancient trails will take you...

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Magical Mountain Resorts, The Enchanted Forest

Step into a fairytale and explore the wonders of Magical Mountain Resort's Enchanted Forest! This...

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Sundowner RV Village

Year Round RV Village catering to the Adult Camper Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains...

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Copper Door (The)

Fine Dining in Hayesville, NC Acclaimed by critics and guests alike, The Copper Door features...

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Peacock Performing Arts Center

You don't have to travel to the big city to see great acts - come...

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John C. Campbell Folk School

Nation's oldest folk school founded in 1925. Crafts, music, dance, other Appalachian traditions are taught...

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Historic Hayesville, Inc.

Small Town Main Street/Historic Hayesville, Inc. works in partnership with other volunteer organizations to restore,...

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Hinton Center

Lake Chatuge views, access. Groups, families, individuals welcome. Lodge, cottages. Reservations required, food service.

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Historic Clay County Courthouse Beal Center

BEAUTY AND CHARM FOR ALL YOUR SPECIAL EVENTS ​The perfect venue for weddings, family gatherings...

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Deerfield Inn – Hayesville

Come Enjoy The View! All our (20) rooms overlook the Smoky Mountains and Lake Chatuge....

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Clay County Communities Revitalization Assoc.-CCCRA-NC

Enjoy Quanassee Path, Cherokee History Trail, hike/bike the 15-mile Jack Rabbit Trails, festival, free concerts.

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Clay County Chamber of Commerce

Clay County, with its blue mountains, whisper quiet streams and ancient trails will take you...

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Historic Hayesville, Inc.

Small Town Main Street/Historic Hayesville, Inc. works in partnership with other volunteer organizations to restore,...

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Clay County Communities Revitalization Assoc.-CCCRA-NC

Enjoy Quanassee Path, Cherokee History Trail, hike/bike the 15-mile Jack Rabbit Trails, festival, free concerts.

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John C. Campbell Folk School

Nation's oldest folk school founded in 1925. Crafts, music, dance, other Appalachian traditions are taught...

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Copper Door (The)

Fine Dining in Hayesville, NC Acclaimed by critics and guests alike, The Copper Door features...

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Historic Clay County Courthouse Beal Center

BEAUTY AND CHARM FOR ALL YOUR SPECIAL EVENTS ​The perfect venue for weddings, family gatherings...

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Deerfield Inn – Hayesville

Come Enjoy The View! All our (20) rooms overlook the Smoky Mountains and Lake Chatuge....

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Hinton Center

Lake Chatuge views, access. Groups, families, individuals welcome. Lodge, cottages. Reservations required, food service.

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Peacock Performing Arts Center

You don't have to travel to the big city to see great acts - come...

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