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Todd General Store
Located 11 miles north of Boone on Highway 194,

Mast General Store
Old Boone Mercantile in downtown Boone,

Moses Cone Estate & Craft Center
In the Manor House on the Moses Cone Estate, 

Hickory Ridge Homestead
Horn in The West grounds off Highway 321 in Boone, 

Appalachian Cultural Museum
Located at University Hall, off Blowing Rock Road, in Boone, 

Museum of North Carolina Minerals
Located off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 
331, 765-2761

Appalachian Heritage Museum
On US 321/221 between Boone and Blowing Rock, 

Appalachian Ski Mountain
Between Boone and Blowing Rock on 321/221, 
295-7828 or 800-322-2373

Ski Beech
Beech Mountain, 
387-2011 or 800-438-2093

Sugar Mountain
Near Banner Elk, 
898-4521 or 800-SUGAR MT

Ski Hawksnest
Located at Seven Devils, 
963-6561 or 800-822-4295

The Blowing Rock
On US 321 in Blowing Rock, 295-7111

Cascades on the Parkway
Located 3.5 miles north of Juct 421 and Blue Ridge Pkwy at Deep Gap. Milepost 272

Daniel Boone Native Gardens
Located beside Horn in The West, 264-6390

Grandfather Mountain
On US 221 near Linville, 800-4MT-PEAK or 733-4337

Linville Caverns
On US 221 between Linville and Marion, 756-4171

Linville Falls & Linville Gorge Wilderness Area
Parking at Milepost 316 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Cross-Country Skiing
Trails located at Moses Cone Park, Beech Mountain and various locations along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Game-fish waters of the Blue Ridge Parkway (Price, Cone and Doughton Parks) and area lakes and streams.

Numerous trails, including the Tanawha Trail, are accessed from the Blue Ridge Parkway at Moses Cone and Julian Price Memorial Parks, Linville Gorge and Grandfather Mountain. Blue Ridge Expeditions Co - 262-3615

30-mile round-trip on the old railroad grade along the New River beginning at Todd General Store.

Rock Climbing and Rapelling
Check with local outfitters for guided trips.

High Country's wilderness areas. No hunting permitted on Grandfather Mountain or on Blue Ridge Parkway lands.

River Trips
High Mountain Expeditions, 295-4200 or 800-262-9036
Edge of the World Outfitters, 898-9550
Wahoo's Adventures, 262-5744 or 800-444-RAFT

Gem Mining
Blue Ridge Gemstone Mine & Campground - 765-5264

Horseback Riding
Banner Elk Riding Stables - 898-5424
Smith's Quarter Horse Farm - 898-4932

Elk Creek Stables - 919-973-8635
Blowing Rock Stables - 295-7847

Boone Golf Club - 264-87860
Hawksnest Golf & Ski Resort - 963-6561
Willow Creek Golf Course - 963-6865
Sugar Mountain Golf Club - 704-898-6464

Crestview Golf Course - 910-657-3471
Grassy Greek Golf Club - 704-765-7436

Jefferson Landing - 910 246-4653
Mountainaire - 910-877-4716
Roan Valley Golf Club - 615-727-7931
Mountain Glen Golf Course - 704-733-5804

Carolina Whitewater Rafting
Cherokee Adventures
River Runners Retreat
Backwoods Adventure
High Mountain Expeditions

Blue Ridge Parkway
Described as "America's most scenic drive", the 469 mile Blue Ridge Parkway stretches from Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina. 259-0718

Julian Price Park
Located at Milepost 295 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Camping, fishing, walking trails and picnic areas. 963-5911

Annie Cannon Memorial Park
Located near the swimming pool in Blowing Rock. Lake, walking trails and gazebo.

Howard's Knob Park 
Located on Howard's Knob overlooking Boone

Boone Jaycee Park
Located on Oak Street in Boone

Junaluska Park
Located off Bear Trail Drive in Boone

Mount Jefferson State Park
Located in Ashe County. Picnicking, hiking and nature study.

Roan Mountain State Park
Located on the North Carolina-Tennessee state line. World's largest natural gardens of rhododendron and south's snowiest ski mountain.

Blowing Rock Memorial Park
Tennis courts, basketball court, sand volleyball court, children's playground and picnic tables. Main Street in Blowing Rock.

Boone Greenway Pedestrian/Biking Trail
Begins near Watauga Recreation Complex at the ASU intramural fields off Shadowline Drive

Watauga Recreation Complex
Located on Hunting Lanke in Boone - 264-9511