WNC Mountain Rentals; Hendersonville, NC- Local Happenings!Why travel to Hendersonville, NC this Fall
We welcome you to pack up the car and head for our Western North Carolina Mountains and our little town of Hendersonville, NC this Fall.
TOP 4 Reasons for your WNC Mountain Getaway this Fall-
#1 Leaf Peeping is the Top Reason!
Here are our Fall Foliage Tips:
When is the Peak Color?
The best time to see Blue Ridge Mountain Fall Foliage is anywhere from mid-October to early/mid-November colors Pop across our Western North Carolina mountains. Our Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains have one of the longest Autumn color seasons in the country!
Why do we get such colorful landscape here?
Our many 6,000-foot peaks (highest in eastern USA), along with the deep valleys and varying micro climates all add up to glorious colors.
What species of Trees add to the colors?
The landscape here is heavily populated with sugar Maples, Hickories, Sweetgum, Scarlet Oaks, Red Maples and nearly 100 other species of native trees that add to the kaleidoscope of leaf colors for many weeks.
Where to see the Best Foliage:
Take a Drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway; stop at Wagon Road Gap, Pounding Mill Overlook, Cherry Cove or Doubletop Mountain Overlook.
Our favorite recommended Trails and local venues, trails and houses for views and colorful paths:
DuPont State Forest
Jump Off Rock
Point Lookout Vineyards
Chimney Rock State Park
The decks of some of our WNC Mountain Rental Cabins:
Lodge at Shady Branch, Whispering Trees Loft and Mt. Mitchell View House.
#2 Reason to head to our mountain town, our APPLE ORCHARDS!
Visit some of our local Apple orchars to enjoy Apple Cider Donuts, Pick your Own Apples, family fun games including mazes in the fields, and pick out your pumpin to take home too!
We highly recommend:
#3 Reason to make the drive here next month -
Call Julie today ( 828-424-0937) for details on Hendersonville’s Visitor Center special Cheers!Trail event going on right now!
*Visit: Cheerstrail.org (from the Hendersonville Visitor Center site)-
*Beer, Wine, Cider & Mead. They’re all here, on the Hendersonville Cheers! Trail.
The Cheers! Trail is the only trail in North Carolina showcasing four different types of craft beverages. Another plus is its location – the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in and around Hendersonville.
Choose from a selection of 17 different tasting experiences along the trail.
*As a bonus ( we partner with many of our local businesses)
When you stay with us at WNCMountainRentals.com, you will receive a FREE Pint Glass with their very cool log on it at (one of our favorite Breweries here on Kanuga Road) DryFalls Brewing Co.. Simply present your special card when you go in for a tasting experience!
#4 Top Reason for a mountain town getaway stay this Fall- stay with us at WNCMountainRentals.com
You will receive a special Guest Rate for calling Julie directly 828-424-0937 to reserve your stay at any one of our many Cabins in the mountains, or a downtown vacation home; walk to over 20 eateries and the variety of breweries, wineries and shops), or perhaps experience A tiny house living at Simple Life Tiny House Community at one of our tiny houses there!
Please be sure to check out all our vacation rental homes on our site, pick out your favorite one and call Julie to Book Direct/Local
JUNE Story by Julie Hall for the Sarasota Sun Coast Post - ENJOY!!
Saluda, NC - a Hidden Gem...May's story on The SunCoast Post, Florida
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in Henderson County, NC with us at WNC Mountain Rentals. Plan your mountain getaway today after a long quarantine, you deserve it!
Update: May 13,2020
Henderson County is opening up, bit by bit, some trails are open, and many restuarants are serving take-out.
Please contact your WNC Mountain Rentals hostess Julie for daily updates.
May 22nd, is going to be the Phase 2 of Re-Opening our State. Stay in touch here for details.
Update: May 6th, 2020
List of local Take Out restuarants in Hendersonville, NC
Visit here to stay up to date regarding Coronavirus
GARDEN JUBILEE WILL GO ON!
From the Hendersonville Visitor Center: 4/30/2020:
Big announcement! This year’s annual Garden Jubilee will still go on this Memorial Day Weekend, but with a few modifications to help ensure the safety of all vendors and patrons amid coronavirus concerns, and in order to follow federal and state mandated guidelines for cleaning, social distancing and limiting crowd size.
Here’s the breakdown: Garden Jubilee will be moved off of Main Street Hendersonville out to the Hendersonville area farms, nurseries and orchards, making it more of a Nursery & Orchards Tour. Each venue will host a few craft or other garden related themed vendors at their location, meaning you will still be able to find plant starts, yard art, gardening supplies, produce, jams, jellies, honey, cider, baked goods and all of the other great buys you typically find at Garden Jubilee. This year, it will go from May 22 – 25, Friday through Monday of Memorial Day Weekend, from 9 am – 5 pm daily.
Garden Jubilee is one of the largest gardening shows in the Southeast and was named as one of the Southeast Tourism Society’s “Top 20 Events in the Southeast” for May 2020.
A brochure and map will be available closer to the event date, but for now, get all of the details (locations will be added as they are confirmed) at https://www.visithendersonvillenc.org/garden-jubilee
In 2020 we will be writing a story for the Sarasota Post sincee many of our guests come up to the mountains to stay with us at WNC Mountain Rentals.
We will write about local events coming up here in Hendersonville, NC, maybe a tip on where to hike, eat, stay, a new vacation home and more. Check out our stories here...
Enjoy our April SunCoast Post story: