0 Nc 209 Highway in Hot Springs, NC 28743
Beautiful unspoiled old family farm ideal for residential development or family Estate. Rolling and level pasture land along Spring Creek and Bald Creek with wooded land extending to the Ridge line bordering Haywood County. Old farm house and large historic barn on property. The land is in a Forestry management plan with tax exemption available. Plan provided upon request.
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Directions: From Waynesville take N.C. Highway 209 toward Hot Springs. Approximately 20 minutes from Lake Junaluska on both sides of the road, about one mile past Betsy's Gap.
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The resort town of Hot Springs is also nestled next to the French Broad. Though its resident population is only 650, the town's numbers swell with visitors seeking relaxation and recreation. Hot Springs got its name from one of the region's extraordinary natural features: mineral springs with a temperature of more than 100 degrees. The Hot Springs Resort & Spamaintains indoor and outdoor hot tubs that are fed by the springs, and also offers a full range of massage and body treatments. Broadwing Farm Cabins also features spring-fed tubs.
The town itself is quite quaint, with one main drag that's lined with cafes, coffee shops and gift stores.
Hot Springs' real outdoor claim to fame, though, is its intimate relationship with the Appalachian Trail. The AT passes right through town. Each April, the town hosts the weekend-long Trailfest, a celebration of all things AT complete with live music, local foods and athletic events.
A few weeks after Trailfest, Hot Springs sponsors the annual French Broad River Festival, featuring an impressive roster of musical groups, whitewater and bike races, arts and crafts vendors and a kid's village. And in September 2011, the town added the French Broad Fall Fest to its calendar, a celebration of craft beer and live music.