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Grateful Hendo Art & Music Festival

Grateful Hendo Art & Music Festival

Grateful Hendo celebrates the vibrant spirit of the ’60s and ’70s with a dynamic lineup of classic rock bands, unique hippie art vendors, and diverse food options, all backed by the support of local businesses and set against the scenic backdrop of downtown Hendersonville.
This will be an all-day music festival & art market. We are shutting down the street and the parking lot across from Oklawaha!
The Lineup:
ALR Trio (Classic Rock, Brevard, NC) 3-5 PM
Rockstead (Rock/Reggae, Cincinnati, OH) 5:30-7:30 PM
Josh Daniel’s Grateful Band (Grateful Dead Tribute, Charlotte, NC) 8-10:30 PM

The Food:
Smashville
Dreadlife Kitchen Roll ‘n Wings
Smokee’s Pizza
Sunflower Kitchen
Sweet Treats Asheville

Art Market with over 20 vendors curated by Blue Ridge Artisan Markets starts at 2PM
Special thanks to our sponsors at Hunter Subaru, Kilpatrick Tree Service, Riddle Development, and our media sponsor WTZQ!
Let’s celebrate peace and love Hendo! And like all of our events, Grateful Hendo is family-friendly.

Drum Circle at Sideways Farm & Brewery

Drum Circle at Sideways Farm & Brewery

Bring your drums and percussion instruments, or show up to enjoy the relaxing and healing drum rhythms of others. No previous drumming experience needed. Free, donations accepted,

The Glamper — 3-Day Itinerary

The Glamper — 3-Day Itinerary

The Glamper — 3-Day Itinerary

For the Glamper: You reminisce fondly on your younger days spent at summer camp and in the great outdoors, but these days you crave a nice mix of recreation and relaxation.

Recreation meets Relaxation

This itinerary for 3 days spent in Hendersonville takes you out of the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerses you in the outdoors, while still making time for the restorative power of a vacation. From rustic cabins to scenic hikes, this getaway promises to rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul. So, pack your bags and let’s embark on a journey of relaxation and adventure!

 

Your weekend starts at Kanuga Conference & Retreat Center, which is nestled amidst 1,400 peaceful, wooded acres. Kanuga has offered summer camp to kids since 1931, and the rest of the property, which offers a mountain bike park as well as the retreat center and conference space, feels like an extension of the summer camp, to the point that it still offers Kanuga toast in their buffet breakfast and plays the bugle call daily.

 

Friday: Cabin Comforts and Downtown Delights

After checking and settling in at Kanuga, head to downtown Hendersonville to take a leisurely stroll, stopping by Mast General Store to step back in time as you peruse their candy barrels, eclectic finds and camping essentials. You’ll want to grab a bottle of wine from Wine Sage Merchant & Wine Bar before indulging in dinner at the well-known White Duck Taco Shop, who offers non-traditional tacos, like Bangkok Shrimp and Mole Roasted Duck.

 

Be sure to save room for ice cream from Celtic Creamery, where the top selling flavor is The Sea & The Bee. Celtic Creamery has a drive-thru window to easily take your treat to go. Head back to Kanuga to enjoy your ice cream and wine on the porch of your cabin.

people crossing the street in front of a big coc-a-cola mural painted on a brick building
people crossing the street in front of a big coc-a-cola mural painted on a brick building

Saturday: Farm Fresh Adventures

Start your day with a hearty breakfast at Kanuga, fueling up for a day of exploration. Dive into the local culture by visiting one of the area’s vibrant farmers markets, where you can purchase fresh produce and artisanal goods. There are a few markets to choose from on Saturday mornings, but the Mills River Farmers Market will be the closest one to your destination. 

 

Next, embark on a scenic horseback ride through Pisgah National Forest with Saddle Up Trail Rides, taking in the beauty of the surrounding landscape. Refuel with a delicious lunch at The Salty Landing before indulging in craft brews at Sideways Farm & Brewery, where they grow the ingredients used in the beer they brew on-site.

stand at a farmers market on brick road

Spend the remainder of your afternoon back at Kanuga, re-living your summer camp experience. Immerse yourself in nature with kayaking on the 30-acre lake, self-reflect while walking the labyrinth, or relax on the lakeside beach.  

 

In the evening, head back into town for a farm-to-table dinner at Postero, followed by a drive up to Jump Off Rock, a roadside scenic overlook that is the perfect place to watch the vibrant sunset before heading back to Kanuga to turn in for the night.

pork chop over mashed potatoes on a plate

Sunday: Hiking and Vineyard Vibes

After having your fill at Kanuga’s breakfast and checking out, be sure to savor your final moments at this serene sanctuary. On the way to today’s adventures, you’ll want to pick up some sandwiches to have for lunch later, and the Flat Rock Village Bakery offers some delicious options. Next, you’ll embark on a scenic hike to the top of Bearwallow Mountain, where sweeping 360-degree views and grazing cows await. This hike is uphill, but it is only about a mile long each way. You can either hike up the trail or the gravel road.

4 people sitting on a rock on top of a mountain at sunset

Near the Bearwallow trailhead, you will be excited to tour Ellaberry Llama Farm, a working llama farm! Take it easy with a brief tour to meet the llamas, or really experience the farm’s charm with a 1-mile llama trek through their apple orchard. The family that owns Ellaberry shows their 21 llamas, so they even have a llama training area that is a lot of fun to experience! 

By now, you will have worked up an appetite, so move on to Stone Ashe Vineyard, where you can finally break into the sandwiches you bought this morning while you indulge in a taste of Bordeaux in Western NC. Their passion for natural wines with limited additives is reflected in each glass, and a guided tasting will leave you wanting to take home multiple bottles.

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Before bidding Hendersonville goodbye, be sure to stop at one of the area’s 20+ apple orchards. Most are only open August through October, but Barnwell’s Apples, which is conveniently located near the highway, is open nearly year round, and offers local produce, canned goods, and sweet apples — a delightful reminder of your time spent in this idyllic retreat.

Make it Happen

And there you have it, a rejuvenating 3-day getaway filled with relaxation, adventure, and the beauty of Hendersonville. So, when’s your next escape?

couple looking out at mountain views from scenic overlook

The Adventure Camper — 3-day Itinerary

The Adventure Camper — 3-day Itinerary

The Adventure Camper — 3-day Itinerary

For the Adventure Camper: The true wild one, who would travel back in time to re-live camp exactly as it was in their youth.

In your Element

We know that the adventure camper is willing to try everything from ziplining to tent camping and cold plunging, whether they attended summer camper as a child or not, you have a heart for adventure. Start your weekend of exploration by checking into Cold Spring Basecamp, choosing either to bring your pop-up tent or 3rd wheel, or to sleep in one of their 3-sided cabins that offer cots. Located in Zirconia, NC, this basecamp is the perfect jumping-off point for a busy, action-packed weekend.

Day 1: Into the Wild

When you arrive to town, head to Cold Spring Basecamp and get yourself set up at camp. On the way there, you’ll want to swing by the grocery store to grab all the fixins to cook out over the campfire. Cold Spring Basecamp has firewood available on-site, so no need to bring that, and if you stay in one of the 3-sided cabins, you will have a camp stove and some kitchen items available to you as well. Here’s your shopping list: hot dogs, buns, marshmallows, chocolate, graham crackers (to make s’mores), coffee, a lighter, fire starters, bug spray too, snacks, and beer. Many of the area’s local breweries offer crowlers, which are perfect for camping.

 After you set up camp, it’s time to explore the 38 acres that used to be a children’s summer camp and relax. Take a dip in one of the cold plunge tubs, and hit the trails, either their purpose-built mountain biking trails or hiking trail to a waterfall, and work up your appetite for dinner around the campfire.

people crossing the street in front of a big coc-a-cola mural painted on a brick building

Day 2: Thrills and Chills

Gear up for a busy day with a hearty breakfast at HenDough, where chicken and donuts collide in the most delicious way possible. Fuel up because today is packed with adrenaline-pumping activities!

Next, head down the road to Ride Kanuga, a downhill mountain bike park, designed by a world-champion professional downhill racer to be like a ski slope, with one route up, and 8 routes downhill, all ranging in difficulty levels. Bring your own bike or rent one from Ride Kanuga.

After shredding the gnar at Ride Kanuga, you are going to be pretty hungry, so before you move on to your next adventure, stop by the Campfire Grill in downtown Flat Rock. With a camp theme, you’ll feel a sense of nostalgia while you fill your belly with yummy treats, like blackened boiled peanuts or their “Counselor Burger.”

Your next stop is at The Gorge Zipline, an iconic treetop zipline, where you plunge from the top of the Green River Gorge into the wilderness of the protected Green River Gamelands, an old-growth forest, and descend 1,100 feet from top-to-bottom. You will be led by 2 knowledgeable guides through 11 ziplines and 3 free fall rappels – and yes, the guides will be happy to take your photo to help you remember the exciting day!

The Gorge Zipline takes about 3.5 hours to complete, which means that you’ll be ready for your next meal when you’re done. Head back towards town, and stop for a flavorful meal at Boonchoo Thai Express – in Thai, Boonchoo means good karma, and after your fun day, your karma will be overflowing!  

Walk off dinner at the nearby Park at Flat Rock, which offers 1.5 miles of walking paths at what used to be a golf course, but now is home to beautiful gardens, a great playground for kids, and ponds that are great for taking some time to self-reflect.

After a long day, head back to camp and turn in for the night.

Day 3: Nature's Playground

Rise and shine with a sunrise breakfast at camp, soaking in the tranquility of the morning, and maybe even take a second cold plunge, if you’re up for it. Today you’ll need to break down camp before you get moving, but your day isn’t over yet! Be sure to don your swimsuit, and pack a change of clothes.

Today, you’re headed for a hike and a swim, so you will want to plan ahead for the day by stopping to get some sandwiches to have for a picnic lunch from the Flat Rock Village Bakery. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’ll find some amazing baked goods here too!

Next, head to DuPont State Forest, known for its waterfalls, being used to film quite a few films, including The Hunger Games and The Last of the Mohicans, and its nationally-renowned Ridgeline mountain biking trail, which if you brought your bike, you need to check out (you’ll want to park at the Lake Imaging Access Area).

If you didn’t bring your bike, a hike is in order for today. You’ll want to park at the Hooker Falls parking area, which tends to fill quickly on weekends, so it’s best to arrive early.

From here, you have a few options: if you already rode the Ridgeline Trail and just want a shorter hike, head to the right side of the parking lot and down the Hooker Falls Trail, a short hike down to a beautiful waterfall that flows into a swimming hole. This is a great spot for a picnic and to take a dip.

If you didn’t bring your bike and are just planning to hike today, you’re in for a longer hike to a more remote swimming hole, and will pass 2 breathtaking waterfalls along the way. Head to the left side of the Hooker Falls parking area and make your way up the Triple Falls Trail. When you come to the High Falls Loop trail, stay left. Take this trail up to the Covered Bridge Trail and cross the covered bridge. Shortly after you cross the bridge, turn right onto Conservation Road. After about a mile, you’ll cross another bridge, the Lake Julia Spillway, and then shortly after crossing, veer left up an unmarked path, and this takes you to Lake Julia, the largest lake at DuPont, where you can stop to eat your lunch and take a dip. All told, you’ll be hiking around 4.5 miles.

After hiking back to the car, make your way to downtown Hendersonville for some pedal-powered fun with HVL Pedal & Brews, Hendersonville’s own pubcycle, which starts and ends at the Blue Ridge Beer Garden, and is BYO. They have a few options for length and whether you want to stop at any of the downtown breweries or not.

Before heading home, treat yourself to a mouthwatering steak dinner at Binion’s Roadhouse – the fried mushroom appetizer is great too! And after diner, satisfy your sweet tooth with ice cream from Piggy’s Ice Cream, which is walking distance from Binion’s. Both spots are local favorites.

Y'all Come Back now, y'hear?

And there you have it, a jam-packed 3-day itinerary filled with outdoor escapades, culinary delights, and small-town charm. So, what are you waiting for? Start planning your Hendersonville adventure today!

4 people sitting on a rock on top of a mountain at sunset

May The 4th All Day Party

May The 4th All Day Party

Calling all Star Wars fans!! Break out the lightsabers and helmets, we are hosting an all day Star Wars event for May 4th! Star Wars Marathon on all TVs, trivia, prizes, Star Wars themed music, photo areas, live music, and more!! Dress up and bring the whole family! This is the way!

St. Patrick’s Day Weekend at Blue Ghost Brewing Company

St. Patrick’s Day Weekend at Blue Ghost Brewing Company

Giveaways, new beer releases, music and food! Don’t miss out on this years St. Patricks Day Weekend at Blue Ghost Brewing. Irish-inspired food specials from The Hungry Ghost including Shepherd’s Pie egg rolls, Fish ‘n Chips, & Loaded Pot o’ Tots! First 44 visitors will get a free St. Paddy’s themed logo mason jar featuring the Blue Ghost Logo, an Irish Poem, & an etched shamrock on the bottom of the glass!

Outdoor – Weekend Itinerary

Outdoor – Weekend Itinerary

Outdoor – Weekend Itinerary

Find your perfect mix of heart-pounding adventure and relaxing, scenic views in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Welcome to Hendersonville

Surrounded by Pisgah National Forest and minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway, Hendersonville welcomes travelers seeking to disconnect from daily worries and reconnect with the natural world. The Blue Ridge Mountain terrain creates an ideal setting for hiking, mountain biking, paddling, ziplining and the overall enjoyment of the great outdoors.

Friday Afternoon & Evening

When you arrive, get into the flow of an outdoor weekend with a visit to Ride Kanuga, a downhill mountain biking park that’s a good fit for both beginners and advanced riders. They have everything needed to outfit inexperienced riders, including instruction, while veteran riders can mount their bikes and go.

That evening, check into a Mill House Lodge lakefront condo in Flat Rock managed by WNC Mountain Rentals, then head to Hendersonville’s Main Street for your choice of restaurants and breweries.

people crossing the street in front of a big coc-a-cola mural painted on a brick building

Saturday Morning

Grab a quick breakfast and coffee from the nearby Blue Ruby, which offers sit-down or counter service options for both breakfast and lunch.

After breakfast, head down the mountain to Saluda, and go rafting with Green River Adventures. Or if everyone is up for it, check out their sister attraction, The Gorge Zipline. It is one of the steepest and fastest zipline adventures in the nation — a great way to build connections with your travel companions and maybe even face your fear of heights as you (safely and securely) fly through the tree canopy.

Saturday Afternoon

Back in Flat Rock, do lunch in the outdoors at Hubba Hubba Smokehouse. This courtyard eatery is walking distance from Mill House Lodge and wows patrons with slow-cooked, hickory-smoked Carolina barbecue, accompanied by an impressive array of sauces and sides.

After a tasty lunch, go on a half-day guided fly-fishing trip with DB bar D Outfitters in Mills River. Enjoy access to private waters where the average size of the trout caught is 17 inches. DB bar D accommodates anglers of all skill levels and offers shorter, two-hour guided lessons for beginners, and provides all of the necessary equipment you’ll need, including your NC Fishing license.

Saturday Evening

Take in a gorgeous sunset at Jump Off Rock, a small mountaintop park just 15 minutes from downtown Hendersonville. Afterward, go casual with patio dining at White Duck Taco Shop in the Historic 7th Avenue District. White Duck is also walking distance to two breweries, Southern Appalachian Brewery and Guidon Brewing Co., a distillery and NC’s first brandy bar.

inside historic building and brandy bar

Sunday

Get going early with a pastry and coffee from nearby Flat Rock Village Bakery, then head out for an early morning hike at DuPont State Recreational Forest in order to beat the crowds at this popular state forest. Park at the High Falls access area, which has clean restrooms and a Visitor Center, for a three-mile hike to three scenic waterfalls along Little River. Highlights include a swimming area below Hooker Falls and great views of Triple Falls, featured in The Hunger Games and The Last of the Mohicans. Mountain bikers should also consider the slick rock trails at DuPont, some of the best of their kind on the East Coast.

As a reminder, please practice Leave No Trace Principles while you visit DuPont, and be sure to pack out your waste, respect wildlife, give others space, stay on the trails and leave only your footprints. Additionally, DuPont is one of the most popular parks in the region, so it is recommended to make an alternate plan if you can’t find parking at the High Falls parking area, and either find parking at one of DuPont’s other parking areas or check out one of the many other trails in the region.

Additionally, always practice waterfall safety, and please note that e-bikes, alcohol, drones, camping and cookouts are prohibited at DuPont.

LIVE MUSIC at Sideways Farm & Brewery

LIVE MUSIC at Sideways Farm & Brewery

A short 15 minute drive from downtown Hendersonville, enjoy live music with RUMOR MILL, delicious small craft beers and hard jun, and tasty bites from the food truck (Smash NC).
The spacious farm makes for a beautiful back drop and plenty of space for the family to explore. Numerous outdoor games to play on ample grassy fields, pollinator garden with bee hives (21 and older), picnic tables and covered patio with heaters ensures a great place to spend the day.

Bocce Ball Tournament at Sideways Farm & Brewery

Bocce Ball Tournament at Sideways Farm & Brewery

Grab your partner and come on out to Sideways Farm & Brewery the 2nd Saturday of each month for our Bocce Ball Tournament.
Don’t know what Bocce is? No problem…. we will teach you how to play. It is a fun outdoor game that is easy to learn and very fun to play.
$25 per team to play. ALL ENTRY MONIES DONATED TO BLUE RIDGE HUMANE SOCIETY! PRIZES for the winning team. A great way to support a great cause AND have fun!
A short 15 minute drive from downtown Hendersonville you will find Sideways Farm & Brewery. Specializes in delicious small craft beers and hard jun, and a food truck truck is always on site.
We play rain or shine!
The spacious farm makes for a beautiful back drop and plenty of space for the family to explore. Numerous outdoor games to play on ample grassy fields, pollinator garden with bee hives (21 and older), picnic tables and covered patio with heaters ensures a great place to spend the day.

LIVE MUSIC at Sideways Farm & Brewery with Celtic Confusion

LIVE MUSIC at Sideways Farm & Brewery with Celtic Confusion

ST. PATRICKS DAY celebration with a dynamic musical duo, Celtic Confusion! A short 15 minute drive from downtown Hendersonville, enjoy delicious small craft beers and hard jun, and tasty bites from the food truck (PIG IN A BASKET).
Family and dog friendly (leashed please).

Winter Sound Music Festival 2024 at Oklawaha Brewing Company

Winter Sound Music Festival 2024 at Oklawaha Brewing Company

Join for an unforgettable day of music and community spirit at the Winter Sound Music Festival 2024! Hosted by the Arts Council of Henderson County and held at Oklawaha Brewing Company, this festival is more than just a musical event; it’s a celebration of local talent and a vital fundraiser for the Arts Council’s Artists in Schools program.

  • A portion of the bar proceeds will support the enriching Artists in Schools program. There will also be raffles, including a chance to win a guitar and other exciting prizes!
  • This is a family-friendly event with something for everyone. Come for the music, enjoy the great food and drinks, and be part of a community that supports arts and education.

This year’s lineup includes an eclectic mix of artists who are set to fill the air with their unique sounds and rhythms:
Billingsley: A local favorite, known for their soulful melodies and engaging performances.
Blue Ridge Pistols: Get ready for some high-energy tunes from this dynamic group.
The Roving: A band that brings a blend of folk and contemporary, ensuring a captivating set.
Henderson Country Rangers: Experience the heart of Henderson County music with their classic sounds.
Derek Stipe + Stillweather: A fusion of talent that promises a memorable performance.
Joe D. & The Regulars: They’ll get your feet tapping with their infectious rhythms.
Ryan Taylor Price: A singer-songwriter known for heartfelt lyrics and captivating vocals.
Emily Bodley: A rising star with a voice that resonates with every note.
Eric Congdon: A master of strings, blending various genres into a unique musical experience.

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

10th Annual Haunted Trail at the Adventure Center of Asheville

The Adventure Center of Asheville is excited to host the 10th Annual Haunted Trail presented by Mellow Mushroom, Asheville’s only family-friendly haunt! The Haunted Trail is created and brought to life by Asheville Plays. This event is ideal for Halloween lovers of all ages, however, kids age 3-12 are the suggested age range. This is the third year that the Adventure Center has hosted this one-of-a-kind live outdoor theatrical experience where guests are promised an entirely immersive and interactive spooky night out. The Halloween Festival also includes an Aerial Glow Trail, Pirates Cove with a 30-foot Pirate Ship and live Mermaids, tricks and treats (including Mellow Mushroom Pizza, local beer, hot chocolate, and smores), face painting, balloon art, and life-sized games.

Book your tickets today! Haunted Trail tickets do not sell out but Combo Passes that include the aerial Glow Trail do!

For more information, please check out our website: https://ashevilletreetopsadventurepark.com/asheville-haunted-trail/

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