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North Carolina Mountains of Jackson County
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Looking for more information on the mountain towns of Western North Carolina in Jackson County? We are happy to help. Request a FREE Visitor Guide below and find out all there is to do in Jackson County.

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Happy Independence Day! We celebrate our nation's freedom and honor the courageous men and women dedicated to preserving it.
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Less than 2 months until the TOTAL solar eclipse experience in Jackson County, NC! Get all the details, check out our events, and find a place to stay:

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Endless outdoor adventures, comfortable temperatures, live music, festivals and our incredible food and beverage options are a few reasons why Jackson County is such a special destination.

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Lake Glenville is a beautiful reservoir with turquoise water, gorgeous scenery, and the perfect spot for every type of outdoor enthusiast. Put this on your holiday weekend "must see" list!

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A warm weather forecast has us thinking about spending time at the lake! The Pines Recreation Area on Lake Glenville offers refreshing lake swimming, a fishing pier, picnic tables, and restrooms.

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If you’re looking for an escape from the everyday, look no further than Jackson County. It’s one big package of adventure. From epic single track and fly-fishing trail to cozy mountain towns and local breweries, Jackson County has it all. Learn more at www.DiscoverJacksonNC.com.

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Jackson County has so many amazing small mountain towns that Country Living Magazine has named the entire county as #1 for their "20 Small Mountain Towns Perfect for a Summer Vacation” feature!

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Find out why visitors flock to Jackson County, NC every year to experience the area’s unbeatable hiking trails.

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What makes Sylva the best town in North Carolina? The rivers, lakes, mountain tops, and people are just the beginning:
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