Maggie Valley Travel Tips
Located up in the Smokey Mountains in North Carolina, there is a small town that's brimming with character and adventures that are waiting to be had. This town is Maggie Valley, NC and it is a beautiful getaway for families who long to breathe the fresh air and get in touch with nature. From skiing to ziplining, days here are filled with more excitement than one can imagine. When staying in Maggie Valley, NC cabin rentals are the way to go when it comes to where you and your family will spend your nights and downtime. VacationHomeRentals.com is your online resource for well-managed vacation rental properties. Maggie Valley rentals are not only affordable, but they'll save families from the hassle, crowds, and lack of privacy that comes from staying at hotels.
Anytime is a good time to visit Maggie Valley. Come snow or sunshine, there are always activities for adults and children alike. If summer is your ideal time to travel, consider looking for Maggie Valley vacation rentals during the month of July as it is the warmest time of the year with average temperatures of 82 degrees Fahrenheit. If you're traveling to Maggie Valley in the winter, keep in mind that January has the coldest temperatures with an average daytime temperature of 47 degrees Fahrenheit during the daytime hours, and 22 degrees Fahrenheit is the average at night. Regardless of the time of year, though, you are likely to find a selection of Maggie Valley cabin rentals that are listed as for rent by owner here on our website.
Cabin rentals in Maggie Valley, NC are near attractions such as the Cataloochee Ski Area
, which boasts of winter-time family fun. For great snow tubing action, travel just four miles away from the Cataloochee Ski Area and take your family to Tube World. Although kids must reach the minimum height requirement of forty-two inches, the area is suitable for families with very young children as there is also the Wee Bowl Snowplay Area. Whether visiting in the summer or winter, another location for family tubing is Fie Top Flumes
. This family-owned business offers water or snow tubing, depending on the season. Other outdoor attractions for people staying in Maggie Valley, NC cabin rentals include visiting the Ghost Town in the Sky
, the Wheels Through Time museum, the Maggie Valley Opry and the Haywood County Quilt Trail.
The Smoky Mountain Oyster & Seafood Festival
is located in the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds and takes place during the month of April. The festival includes a free interactive Kids Zone where children can enjoy a petting zoo, face painting and more. Visit the area in June for the Ole Smokey Tractor Club Spring Farm Fest. This is an event for all ages and includes activities such as tractor rides for kids, good food, and a parade of tractors through the town. July is a month filled with events and it's a great time to visit and stay in a Maggie Valley cabin rental. For the fourth of July, celebrate and enjoy the incredible fireworks display at the Red, White, and Boom event. Also in July, the Maggie Valley Summer Arts & Crafts Festival comes to town, followed by the barbecue cooking competition, Smokin' in the Valley. August is another event-heavy and family-friendly month that's a wonderful time for people staying in Maggie Valley cabin rentals. During August the Maggie Valley Summer Rally takes place as does the Maggie Valley Moonlight Run, the latter of which is preceded by Sunset Fun Run for children. The month of events ends with the two-day Labor Day Weekend Craft Show. Other events that occur throughout the year include Oktoberfest, the October Leaves Craft Show and the Maggie Valley Fall Arts & Crafts Festival.