Featured Waynesville Properties
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With perfect weather year-round, gorgeous mountain scenery, and friendly locals offering true Southern hospitality, the town of Waynesville has it all! Enjoy a cup of coffee while walking along Main Street's tree-lined brick sidewalks or head to Legion Drive for some of the best restaurants in the neighborhood.
Be sure to make time for some of these great activities that Waynesville has to offer:
- Play Golf: Waynesville is home to several 18-hole public golf courses, providing a fun afternoon of outdoor entertainment for the whole family.
- Go Hiking: Nearly half of Waynesville is occupied by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, making the area well-suited for hiking and camping expeditions of varying lengths.
- Harmon Den Wildlife Refuge: Located where the Blue Ridge Parkway meets the Great Smoky Mountains, this not-for-profit refuge is home to dozens of animals that can be viewed and has a rotating calendar of educational exhibits.
- Take a Drive: Head down the Blue Ridge Parkway for a beautiful afternoon drive as the mountains and ever-changing foliage dominate the landscape.
No matter what time of year you visit, there will likely be something going on in Waynesville. Sample some of the best southern cooking in the region at the Maggie Valley Chili Cook-Off in March, look at tractors that are almost 100 years old at the Antique Tractor Show in June, or celebrate the beginning of fall at the Annual Apple Festival in October.
A vacation rental is the preferred option for those staying in Waynesville. Vacation rentals that cater to all family sizes and budgets are available year round in Waynesville and range from luxury condos to cozy cabins just steps from the mountains.