1184 SR 105
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 268-0099
Fax: (828) 268-0023
Set along the mountainside, Magic Mountain Mini Golf, surrounded by nature and waterfalls, is a fun time for the whole family.
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.
Several native North Carolina plants may be viewed here for both educational and preservation purposes. You may also view the Wrought Iron Gates which were designed by Daniel Boone, VI, a direct descendent of Daniel Boone.
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.
Outdoor climbing tower located in downtown Boone. The Tower is fun for families, friends and groups of all kinds. Color coded routes on the slabs, vertical faces and steep overhangs provide challenges for climbers of all abilities. No experience is necessary. Visit the tower for a 1 or 2 hour course or your choice of three climbs with a trained staff member belaying.
Providing all the equipment needed, you will find gems from all over the world including topaz, amethyst, citrine, ruby, sapphire, peridot, garnet, smokey quartz, aquamarine, and emerald among others in every bucket you buy. They also offer jewelry settings in 14 karat gold and sterling silver, finished jewelry, gifts, and mineral specimens.
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.
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.
With the main attraction being The Mystery House, visitors are able to see water flow up hill as the gravitational pull is stronger than normal to the north. The Heritage Museum is now used to portray life of middle class mountain families in the late 1800's to early 1900's. In The Native American Artifacts Museum, over 50,000 pieces of authentic Native American artifacts are on display.
Located beside the Blue Ridge Parkway, adjacent to Julian Price Memorial Park, the Moses H. Cone Memorial Park includes the circa 1901, 13,000 square foot Colonial Revival-style Flat Top Manor, 25 miles of carriage trails and the Craftsman's Trail, a 20-minute loop walk. The 20-room Manor is the home of the Parkway Craft Center, one of five shops of the Southern Highland Craft Guild, which features handmade crafts by hundreds of regional artists.
Located in the Willow Valley Resort, the Willow Creek Golf Club is a scenic golf course. It stretches over 221 yards (202.082 m).