1184 SR 105
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 268-0099
Fax: (828) 268-0023
Appalachian Mountain Brewery has a brilliant collection of brews, procured from the local breweries. They endorse local family owned businesses while promoting prime quality beer.
The Hickory Ridge Living History Museum is nestled in the great outdoors of the Horn in the West. Tour guides are dressed in period clothing and offer an insight into the life and times during the 18th-century Revolutionary War.
The Holmes Convocation Center was built to support the Appalachian State University's vast student population. Capable of seating over 9,000 students, it is one of the region's finest sports centers.
One of the best institutions of higher education in Southern United States, Appalachian State University, also called as just App, has been a premier provider of comprehensive education to young minds for centuries. The university's location, in the quiet town of Boone, among the Blue Ridge Mountains, fosters a tranquil environment, conducive to learning. The university also has a strong athletics department, with its various teams winning major tournaments across the country. See the website to know more.
Constructed in 1959, the Boone Golf Course is one of the region's finest courses. It is open from April to November and welcomes golfers of all levels of expertise.
Take a hike up the trail at Howards Knob County Park for breathtaking views of the entire city. This high-altitude park features picnic tables, trails and observation points that are great for family recreation.
Open during the summer seasons, this camping ground is the perfect location for campers and RVs. It is surrounded by the most panoramic view of the North Carolina mountain ranges.
The Rocky Knob Mountain Bike Park is ideal for outdoor adventures. Sprawling across 185 acres (75 hectares), it features several mountain biking and hiking trails, a kid-friendly playground, picnic areas and a scenic landscape.
Foggy Mountain Gem Mine offers a unique experience that lets you discover the art of gemology with knowledgeable guides. Get hands-on with emeralds, sapphires, rubies and amethysts in an educational yet fun environment.
Located in the Willow Valley Resort, the Willow Creek Golf Club is a scenic golf course. It stretches over 221 yards (202.082 m).
Formed by the powerful action of water flowing over rock, this gorge encloses Linville River for 12 miles. Elevations range from 1,300 feet on the river to 4,120 feet on Ginger cake Mountain. Characterized by steep, rugged terrain and a wide variety of rock formations, the gorge is covered by a hardy population of hardwoods and pines. Linville Gorge is a wonder-filled place to hike, backpack, rock climb, fish, hunt and camp. A camping permit, which is available for free, is required. Contact: Linville Gorge Information Cabin (off Kistler Memorial Highway).