ATV guided tour of the Hornbucle Creek area. Sit and relax as your are driven through the woods and see waterfalls, spring fed creeks, native trees and plants, long range views of the Blue Ride and Greay Smoky Mountains under the beautiful Carolina Blue Sky. Elevations taking you into the clouds over 5,000 feet so you can get Great Smoky Mountain High. Take pictures and video. Stop for a picinic.
Pick up and return service to your cabin. Snacks and beverages included.
Pick up and return to service your cabin. Lunch and beverages included.
All Maggie Valley Cabin Rental cabins are located on old log trail roads that are great for hiking. Site see beautiful woods for miles and miles and see breathtaking views.
Walking stick and water bottle recommended.
Miles and miles of spring fed creeks and waterfalls in the Hornbuckle Creek Development. Enjoy the clean water and fresh mountain air. Please do not climb on the big waterfalls. Slippery when wet.
Catch fish. Grill them back at your cabin.
Get wet. Go river rafting in our beautiful mountain rivers.
Beautiful casino just 15 miles from your cabin in the Cherokee Indian Reservation. Open 24/7.
Play and win
Adults to gamble. Kids have bowling alley and game room for entertainment.
See a live concert. Enjoy a special event. Big stars. Big bands.
Get Great Smoky Mountain High flying over beautiful mountain ranges. Just 15 miles from your cabin.
Short helicopter flight over Cherokee Indian Reservation next to the Harrah's Casino.
Take a tour over the Cherokee Indian Reservation and Maggie Valley for unbelievable beautiful views of our area.
For a Mountaintop Experience Come Worship with us.
Knowing Christ. Growing Faith, Knowing Others.
Our mission at Dellwood Baptist Church is to faithfully preach
the gospel of Jesus Christ and make disciples of
"whosoever" will follow the Lord.
Welcome to Cherokee Church of Christ
Rock Springs Baptist Church
722 Acquoni Rd
Cherokee, North Carolina 28719
A Mission Church on a Mission
. . . come experience the power of God.
Smokemont Baptist Church (also known as Lufty Church) was built in 1912 for a congregation organized in 1836. The church remained in active use until the area was made part of the national park in 1935. The church has been restored and is usually open to see the interior with the original pews.