Hayesville is quietly nestled in the southwest corner of North Carolina, close to Georgia. Surrounded by some of the most majestic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a wealth of activity awaits you in this quaint little town. From horseback riding, to hiking and biking trails, to vineyard tours, Hayesville has something for everyone in the name of rest and relaxation.
Packed with mountain biking, hiking, boating, and fishing spots, Hayesville and greater Clay County embody the phrase “getting away from it all.” Spend a day on Lake Chatuge, and then head to town for museums, shops, restaurants and yearly festivals. While in the area, check out the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown for classes and live music, and the Goldhagen Glass Blowing Gallery in Hayesville for great souvenirs.