Just north of Asheville and less than 10 minutes from Downtown, explore Weaverville, NC.
This terrific AVL suburb is full of unique finds like a Bob Ross-themed bar and a brewery with a TARDIS.
Enjoy an afternoon at Lake Louise – complete with its own dam waterfall. Or, stroll the nature park.
Like AVL, Weaverville also has delicious spots to eat including Stoney Knob Cafe and Glass Onion. Shop at a market or attend a Candlelight Stroll.
As a largely residential Western North Carolina mountain town, Weaverville promises all of those local vibes with less congestion than its Asheville neighbor.
Nearby, continue on to Marshall, North Carolina; with a population of less than 800, find local cafes, kitschy restaurants, and terrific local hiking trails.
Or, drive a bit further to Hot Springs, NC, which is even smaller than Marshall, and promises whitewater rafting, hot mineral waters, and access to the Appalachian Trail.
If you like Weaverville, consider a trip to Black Mountain, which is only 30 minutes away.
Black Mountain has our favorite distillery and coffee shop in WNC along with delicious restaurants and fantastic shops.
We also frequent Old Fort, just under 40 minutes by car, for mountain biking trails, its historic downtown, and local breweries.
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Pay tribute to Doctor Who, devour pub grub, & people-watch at the best breweries around town.
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