Hotels in Maggie Valley, North Carolina, United States of America - your base to discover the city.
Maggie Valley HotelsPerched up high amidst the splendor of the Smoky Mountains, Maggie Valley’s small town character comes with a big backdrop. A popular Southern stop off for bikers traveling the region’s cruise-worthy scenic highways, it’s a town of simple pleasures, fresh air, and adventure laden landscapes. Enjoy mountain golf, trout fishing, and theme park fun, or line dance the evening away with a side of Southern fare. Mere minutes away Great Smoky Mountains National Park beckons hikers with its legendary trails, whilst Cataloochee Ski Area provides a playground come winter.Things to seeA short drive out of town brings you to the half a million acres that make up one of America’s most loved national parks. Straddling the border between North Carolina and Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is swathed in enchanting forest scenery. Graced with waterfalls, wildflowers, and thriving with wildlife, over 800 miles of trails weave through the landscape - including a portion of the famous Appalachian Trail. With its long ski season and man-made snow, The Cataloochee Ski Area is a big hit with intermediate skiers and those just starting out. Whilst many of the trails come at a mellow pace, the 50-acre park doesn’t neglect expert skiers – as the aptly named “Upper Omigosh” trail will attest. For a hootin’ tootin’ day out, hop on the mountain chairlift up to the Ghost Town in the Sky. The Wild West theme park offers everything from family rides and mock cowboy shootouts, to rowdy can-can dances in the town’s saloon.Hotels in Maggie ValleyThe accommodation in Maggie Valley comes suited to every taste, need, and budget, with bags of Southern hospitality to boot. You can take your pick from rustic cabins complete with fireplaces and private porches, cozy B&Bs laden with charm, or cheap chain name favorites with plenty of amenities. If you opt for the latter you can expect the convenience of swimming pools, fitness centers, and hot tubs, with slightly cushier surroundings the more you spend. Many of the hotels in Maggie Valley offer plenty of in-room creature comforts too. Among them you can enjoy cable television, internet access, and refrigerators – and quite possibly, a room with a view.Where to stayMost of the hotels in Maggie Valley line Soco Road/US 19, a long stretch beautified with verdant mountain vistas. It’s also home to clustered portions of the town’s commercial offerings, the majority of which come as unique locally owned businesses. Among them you’ll find small galleries, quaint boutiques, and specialty shops selling everything from pottery and antiques, to gifts and souvenirs. Casual family eateries serve up a blend of international flavors and sizzling southern favorites, whilst lively nightlife haunts give you a taste of country bluegrass, clogging, line dancing and square dancing. For bikers, the town’s Wheels Through Time Museum is home to an enviable collection of vintage motorcycles.How to get to Maggie ValleyThose flying in are best off touching down at Asheville Regional, Maggie Valley’s nearest airport at around 39 miles away. It provides a handful of connections to major US hubs, including Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Chicago O'Hare International, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County, St. Petersburg-Clearwater International, and New York’s LaGuardia Airport. Once you’ve landed you can get into town via a shuttle, or rent a car and drive in. The region is also reachable via the Greyhound bus which makes a stop in nearby Asheville, and the Amtrak train which makes a stop in Greenville. For those driving in, Maggie Valley is easily accessible off Interstate 40.