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Posts from March 2018

5 Enchanting Spots in Cherokee to Welcome Spring!

Goodbye snowy days of winter, hello warm spring afternoons! Although the beginning of this season always starts out with chilly weather, we have passed the official starting line of spring. Yay for longer days and time spent in the beautiful outdoors! As the flowers return to Cherokee lands and the blossoms appear on the trees, we are extra excited to welcome guests looking for springtime adventure in Cherokee, NC. Here are five must-see experiences this spring!

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2018 Fly Fishing Tournament Lineup in Cherokee, NC

The fish in Cherokee, NC, are so plentiful, you’ll almost catch as often as you cast! That’s because we have the best and longest stretch of privately-owned and stocked fishing waters east of the Mississippi. Picture 30 miles of streams, stocked to the gills with trout: rainbow, brook, golden, and brown. Check out the 2018 tournament lineup and book your long weekend in Cherokee, NC, today! 

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Bet You Didn’t Know This About the Sequoyah Statue in Cherokee!

If you’ve visited the Museum of the Cherokee Indian in Cherokee, NC, within the last 30 years, you probably noticed a massive 22-foot tall wooden bust of Sequoyah just outside the building’s entrance. Its beauty and magnificence are hard to miss! But do you know the story of why a Hungarian-born American felt called to sculpt this statue—and a similar one in each of the 50 states— for free?

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