Murphy

In the heart of the Appalachian Mountains is Murphy, the county seat of Cherokee County. Boasting a beautiful downtown and unique shops, this small town dating back to the 1830s has much to offer. 

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Brasstown

Straddling Clay and Cherokee County is Brasstown, an unincorporated community. Home to the Nationally Registered Historical Place, John C. Campbell Folk School, this charming little town embodies the phrase “getting away from it all.”

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Franklin

Known as the Gem Capital of the World, Franklin enjoys life in the slower lane. Reflecting their Cherokee and Scottish heritage, this unique town is nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With outstanding views that capture the hearts of many, tourism plays a large role in the economy of Franklin. 

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Highlands 

Resting 4,118 feet high, the town of Highland fuses luxury and outdoors for the perfect mountain retreat. Dubbed the height of happiness, it offers 7 wine spectator restaurants, mountain chic hotels and spas, and unique shopping options that will leave you with a deep emotional connection to the town and its people. 

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Cashiers 

A popular vacation destination along the Blue Ridge Mountains is the town of Cashiers. Located in the middle of Nantahala National Forest along Highway 64 and home to beautiful scenery is this mountain encircled town which offers beautiful rivers and waterfalls.  

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Brevard 

Located in Transylvania County, North Carolina Brevard also known as North Carolina’s Land of Waterfalls hostess unforgettable sceneries. With 250 waterfalls and 300 miles of mountain biking tracks on more than 100,000 acres of protected land, Brevard offers the highest level of outdoor activity for your next adventure.

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