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Hunger Games™ Filming Location Tour of “The Arena” at DuPont State Forest

Hunger Games™ Filming Location Tour of “The Arena” at DuPont State Forest

Walk in the footsteps of your favorite Hunger Games™ characters on our exclusive 2 ½ and 5 hour tours…as featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Hollywood Treasures, the NY Times and USA Today! Tour all the original filming locations in “The Arena” from the first Hunger Games™ movie with your fun and knowledgeable guides and staff. Enjoy filming scene re-enactments, photo opportunities, archery lessons, special effects camouflage lessons and the opportunity to play Archery Tag™ with foam tipped arrows! 2 ½ hr. Tours of “ District 12” Henry River Mill Village are also available. Tours offered Saturdays and Sundays through... Read More
“Ninth Avenue” Bus Tour

“Ninth Avenue” Bus Tour

Better than therapy! Filled with music, song, local black history with stories, remembrances and a Southern Soul food dining experience to top it off. Entirely enjoyable and memorable! Approximately 3 hours round-trip. What’s included: Lunch or dinner (depending on time of day,) plus entertainment What to bring: Readiness to learn and enjoy. Meeting Location: Glade Creek Baptist Church – Old Glade Creek Rd, Pisgah Forest, N.C. 28768 – We will start and end the trip at the same location. Booking Information:... Read More
Artful Adventures

Artful Adventures

Artful Adventures Choose from the following activities to completely immerse yourself in the artistic and musical traditions of Brevard and Transylvania County: Live Music On several nights out of the week (and almost all in the warmer months) your odds of running into a bluegrass jam, a rock band, a jazz funk combo and/or a world-renowned classical quartet playing live somewhere in the immediate vicinity of downtown Brevard are well nigh 100%. First stop, the Visit Waterfalls calendar. It offers the most complete listing of concerts, shindigs, jam sessions and more. Scenic 276 Arts Corridor This 13-mile stretch of highway winds from just south of Brevard to the South Carolina State line. This lovely route winds past more than a dozen art galleries and craft studios, as well as home-style dining, local produce stands and charming rustic accommodations. Travellers not too distracted by the artwork may also find themselves impressed by the stunning scenery. Mud Dabbers Pottery Located four miles south of Brevard on Highway 276, this gallery offers utterly unique pieces created by local potters as well as a full schedule of classes and workshops for aspiring artisans of all ages. Get your hands dirty with individual instruction in a private pottery party or bring the whole family for a Saturday Family Clay Day and leave with a new family heirloom created by your fledgling Michaelangelo. Fourth Friday Gallery Walks Extended hours, special events and live music at Fourth Friday Gallery Walks (April-December, 5-8pm) give all-day adventurers a... Read More
A Week In The Woods: Serious Adventures

A Week In The Woods: Serious Adventures

A Week In The Woods: Serious Adventures Spending a week in Transylvania County invariably leads to this epiphany: “I could spend a lifetime here and still not see all of it.” And you would be absolutely correct. But don’t dwell on this fact. Dive in and see just how exhausted, dirty, sweaty, stinky, sore and, yes, blissful, you can get in just a few days. Choose from the activities below to fill out your week: Canyoneering Joe Moerschbaecker isn’t content to show you Transylvania County’s legendary waterfalls from a distance. He wants you to become one with them. His company, Pura Vida Adventures, leads canyoneering trips that include rappelling down the face of some of the most beautiful cascades in North America. Exhilaration and safety go hand in hand in these one-of-a-kind excursions. Pura Vida is the only commercially accredited canyoneering company in the eastern U.S. Backcountry camping in Gorges State Park There have been lots of recent improvements to this jewel of a state park, including access roads, trailheads, parking areas and a spanking new visitor center. Which means it’s now easier than ever to shuck off civilization and get deep into this spectacular wilderness. Your best bet is to park at the Grassy Ridge parking area and descend to the Horsepasture River. From here, head downriver. The further south you go, the wilder it gets, but you’re sure to find a spot that fits your description of the perfect campsite. Trail Running Looking Glass Rock Any reasonably... Read More