If you have never visited Asheville, North Carolina, you have missed one of the cultural and entertainment centers of the South. From Friday night drum circles in Pritchard Park to historic tours, architectural treasures, craft brewery crawls and wine tastings at the Biltmore Estate, Asheville's motto rings true—you really can have it “any way you like it.” Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains just 30 minutes from Champion Hills, Asheville is a food, music and art lover’s paradise, offering hundreds of locally-owned restaurants, nationally recognized breweries, and numerous venues and art galleries.

If you ever get tired of all the arts, boutiques, breweries and entertainment in Asheville, then you can turn to the unlimited outdoor activities of Western North Carolina. No matter what you enjoy, from kayaking, canoeing and fly fishing to hiking, mountain biking and camping, you can find it close at hand. With national and state forests to explore, mountains to climb and rivers to enjoy, you have every imaginable outdoor adventure just minutes away.

Learn more about all there is to do in Asheville and Western North Carolina at

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