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5 Things to Do in Cherokee This Fall

Autumn is one of the most beautiful times of year to visit Cherokee. Our mountainsides turn red and gold and the fall foliage can be enjoyed at your pace, either on a scenic hike on a local trail or on a scenic drive on one of our mountain roads. To get the most out of your trip to Cherokee this fall, we’ve put together five suggestions for things to do and see while you are here.

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5 Scenic Overlooks Around Cherokee To Visit This Fall

With miles of unspoiled nature, Cherokee, NC, is surrounded by natural beauty and spectacular views. Autumn is an especially popular time for visitors and residents alike to take a scenic drive and experience the brilliant colors and mountain views. Take in the sights and sounds of fall by visiting these five overlooks near Cherokee, NC.

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The Qualla Country Trout Tournament Is On!

Only one fishing tournament offers enough prestige and bragging rights to carry both the official name of Cherokee’s home and the season’s biggest purse: $20,000. The Qualla Country Trout Tournament is taking place Saturday, September 5th and Sunday, September 6th. The trout, the purse, and the bragging rights are the biggest of the year.

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Where to Eat in Cherokee, NC? A COVID-19 Resource List

Things are changing daily with COVID-19. To keep you informed, we compiled this list of coffee shops, restaurants, and fast food establishments that are open during this time. We encourage everyone to be extra safe and follow all the recommended guidelines to stay healthy during this challenging time.

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Cherokee Fishing Updates: Stocking Schedule, Safety Guidelines for Anglers, and Tournaments

We've got some updates on Cherokee's 2020 fishing season to share including a report on the stocking schedule from Tribal Hatchery Supervisor Doug Reed and the latest information on safety guidelines and trout tournaments. 

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