Maggie Valley, North Carolina
Maggie Valley accommodations featuring hotels, motels, vacation rentals and cabins that overflow with hospitality. Over a century ago this area and Waynesville, NC became known as the “Gateway to The Smokies“. Folks arrived all summer long to escape the heat of the south and to enjoy a vacation the cool temperatures our high elevations offer. Maggie Valley is one of the highest towns east of the Mississippi at over 3,200 feet, nearly 1,500 feet higher than Gatlinburg, Tennessee, making summertime temperatures in the area 10-15 degrees cooler with average daytime highs being in the 70s to low 80s.
Spring is here!
Maggie Valley bloom in spring starting with the dogwoods and trillium. the trees budding out gives autumn a run for it, with reds and oranges preview the bright greens. Festivals start happening and the town comes alive all over again. Maggie Valley is an easy drive from Alabama, Florida and South Carolina.
The early spring is a great time for scenic touring with few leaves to block views, rebounding temperature and uncrowded trails to explore. Dress in layers because the weather can change fast.