Fleetwood is an unincorporated community in Ashe County, North Carolina, United States. Fleetwood is located along Railroad Grade Road near U.S. Route 221, 8.2 miles (13.2 km) south-southwest of Jefferson. Fleetwood has a post office with ZIP code 28626, which opened on July 27, 1898.
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4.5 based on 76 reviews
North Carolina scenic state park offering hiking, birdwatching, wildlife, a wide variety of trees and rare plant life.
What outstanding and picturesque views from this one!. Mt Jefferson towers over the towns of West Jefferson and Jefferson in NC. Very neat views. Three overlooks along the road although I didn't stop to look because I was hiking down the Mountain then back up. What you say? Why would one do that. Well at the bottom is the "office" with a small lot. and restroom. Since this is a natural area and not a full blown State Park it doesn't have a visitor center other then this and with my propensity to arrive before the rangers or anyone of authority I didn't know if I could leave the truck there all morning or if it was just for business. I am guessing the later because although the trail starts/ ends here everyone encountered was going down then back up. Anyway you can just drive up if that's what you are into and stop at the overlooks then. These are some of the better over looks I have been to. The Blue Ridge Parkway has nothing on these overlooks. All are beautiful and have ample parking off the road. Named the sunrise Overlook towards the east and sunset Overlook looks west. The other is just the Jefferson Overlook but has the broadest view.Then you get to the top. Now here ya gotta walk a bit to get to the summit at 4600+ feet. Ignore the cell tower and weather station behind you just take in the view. By the way the tower was very handy. I had service all day and my battery didn't run down like it normally does. a short walk out the Rhododendron Trail brings you to another cliff and view at Luther Rock a secondary but lower peak of the mountain. There is a fairly large and nice picnic area here near the top The shelter is accessible and there was one table on a deck right off the paved trail that was accessible. But here's the catch the restrooms may not be accessible. The way I entered was down steps. The ladies room was down steps unless there is another back way to these facilities they are not accessible but the one 2 miles down the mountain at the park office is. All in all a very enjoyable park
4.5 based on 314 reviews
North Carolina's oldest and largest cheese manufacturer. Watch cheese being made in our factory viewing room. Our retail store has all our cheeses available plus our fresh country butter, fresh fudge and hand-dipped ice cream. Something new for the kids (and kids at heart) is our Kandy Korner with over 150 varieties of new and traditional candies. We also have a great selection of NC Wines, and imported cheeses as well as Amish Foods.
Ashe County Cheese Factory has grown into a local destination point. They have expanded the gift shop to house wines, cured meats, jelly and jam, and other home style goodies. You will find hard to get items here, and the factory cheese is second to none.
5 based on 28 reviews
That artists will devote their time to portray elements of their faith is likely inspirational to the faithful. Anyone to whom the Lord's Supper is significant may appreciate stopping by this quaint little church to hear a short presentation while viewing the frescos and other church artifacts. The building is old and may present issues for visitors with respiratory ailments, but the longtime devotion to the church is apparent. While in the area, visit Greenhouse Crafts across the street and another fresco church nearby.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
We hiked the Summit Trail with four adults and eight kids (ages 5-16), and we all loved it. It was very doable for our families with a great reward at the end. The trail is uphill the whole way, so it is a little bit challenging, but the actual trail is well maintained and not filled with rocks and roots. We had beautiful weather and enjoyed the spectacular views from the top. This is a must do if you're in the area!
5 based on 3 reviews
Cabin new knotty pine. Fresh air. Great owners. Trails galore.
Mia dog (boxer) on site is old, safe n friendly
June starts paragliding opportunities.
Dancing lessons upon request.
Vista Park Restaurant great food nearby- closed Monday n Tuesday.
Please don't forget about the Cascade Falls. Use the mountain to Sea trail.
Bring water, camera, protein, hiking boots, pole, dog n healthy family members.
Took us four hours total for about two miles n a bit more each way. We parked the truck nearby. The owners will give more information. Great cozy cabin, deck n views. Just can't say enough. Enjoy
5 based on 88 reviews
By the time we got here on Monday evening during our trip it was well after dark. It amazes me that these frescoes can be viewed 24 hours a day. They are amazing works of art. The narrative although way to religious for me are informative and helpful about how these frescoes were ever put here and why the subject matter was chosen. If in Ashe County be sure not to miss these. You can go anytime so put it on the back of your schedule. The later you go the less people you will have to fight to get a good view. Absolutely phenomenal
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Come visit us in the quaint town of Todd, just 11 miles north of Boone. We are in the old train depot right next door to the Todd Post Office. See ya soon!
Whatever you may have come here for, a guided fishing trip, a tubing ride on the New River, a kayaking trip, a bike ride on a former railroad grade road, you will find yourself transported by the "RiverGirls", Kelly & Renata, to a strangely magnetic time warp into a slower, quieter, gentler past. My husband & I have been drawn back here many times a week over the last few summers to this magical place to ride bikes along the New River in a friendlier, slower-paced world.
4.5 based on 153 reviews
Excellent beers, friendly staff, and nice outdoor area. I'm a homebrewer and appreciate good beer. They have it. Many different styles that will please almost anyone. Bartender Andrew knows what he is serving and is pleased to discuss them with you. Will give you a generous taste, too. Prices very reasonable.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
My wife and I along with a group of friends got together for a mountain weekend so we could beat the 100 degree temps in Raleigh, NC. The staff was friendly and professional although the wait was a bit long - perhaps 20 minutes. Normally that would not be bad but on a hot Summer day, you will be searching for some shade. The rafting itself was wonderful!. Bring a cooler with snacks and drinks and you will have a terrific time. This was certainly the highlight of our trip.
I suggest you bring a few lengths of rope so you can tie the rafts together. We opted to put the cooler in the middle and lash all of the rafts in a circle around the cooler. This kept anyone from drifting away and made the conversation easier. Don't worry about buying water shoes. They sell them for $12 at Zaloo's and I think we paid $20 for them in town. You definitely want water shoes. The rocks are pretty sharp in places.
5 based on 21 reviews
I love history so I thoroughly enjoyed stumbling upon this little museum while attending a local festival. Admittance was free and the employee/volunteer working the door was very informative and helpful. The exhibits were exciting enough to keep my four and six year old children’s attention. (Buttons to press, bells to ring etc.) Exhibits included themes of medicine, mining in the area, the miniature train display of the town and war memorabilia. Many of the items have to be worth some money. Such cool stuff! The bathrooms were clean and there’s lots of free parking. A gem of a spot to stop and visit, would be great on a rainy day in the mountains.
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