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The Four Seasons in Maggie Valley

Nature puts on a brilliant show of color in many parts of the United States every autumn, but none is more beautiful than in the Smoky Mountains. From bright yellows to vibrant reds, the leaves transform, showing their rich and vibrant hues. From Maggie Valley to Cherokee, Franklin, and Bryson City to Asheville and along the Blue Ridge Parkway and in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the foliage season begins mid-September and ends around the first week in November. Every year, travelers flock to these areas to take in the fall foliage, to catch a glimpse of nature's glorious splendor.

spring
Spring Temperatures:
March - 46.3 (avg); 57.7 (high); 34.9 (low)
April - 54.1 (avg); 66.5 (high); 41.8 (low)
May - 62.0 (avg); 73.5 (high); 50.6 (low)
  Spring

Springtime in Maggie Valley is beautiful. Weather brings balmy winds, mostly sunny skies, and sometimes rainfall. Mornings and evenings can be cool, so bring a light jacket or sweater.

Activities
Festivals
Fishing
Golfing
Hiking
Horseback Riding
  Motorcycle Tours
Rope Climbing
Whitewater Rafting
WIldlife Viewing
Ziplining
     
summer
Summer Temperatures:
June - 69.2 (avg); 80.0 (high); 58.3 (low)
July - 73.0 (avg); 83.3 (high); 62.7 (low)
August - 71.8 (avg); 81.7 (high); 61.8 (low)
  Summer

Summer in Maggie Valley brings opportunities for lots of fun outdoor activities. During the day, you will experience mostly sunny skies and occasionally some rainfall. Mornings and evenings can be cool, so bring a light jacket or sweater.

Activities
Festivals
Fishing
Golfing
Hiking
Horseback Riding
  Motorcycle Tours
Rope Climbing
Whitewater Rafting
WIldlife Viewing
Ziplining

 

     
fall
Fall Temperatures:
September - 65.7 (avg); 76.0 (high); 55.4 (low)
October - 55.2 (avg); 67.1 (high); 43.3 (low)
November - 46.4 (avg); 57.4 (high); 35.3 (low)
  Fall

Fall in Maggie Valley brings opportunities for lots of fun outdoor activities. During the day, you will experience mostly sunny skies and occasionally some rainfall. Mornings and evenings can be cool, so bring a light jacket or sweater.

Activities
Festivals
Fishing
Golfing
Hiking
Horseback Riding
  Motorcycle Tours
Rope Climbing
Whitewater Rafting
WIldlife Viewing
Ziplining

 

     
winter
Winter Temperatures:
December - 39.0 (avg); 49.3 (high); 28.8 (low)
January - 35.8 (avg); 45.9 (high); 25.8 (low)
February - 39.0 (avg); 50.0 (high); 28.0 (low)
  Winter

Winter in Maggie Valley brings opportunities for lots of fun outdoor activities. During the day, you will experience mostly sunny skies and oftentimes snow. Dress warmly and bring a winter coat.

Activities
Hiking
Horseback Riding
Skiing
  Snowboarding
Snow Tubing
WIldlife Viewing

 

 

 


To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.
Ecclesiastes 3:1


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