- TripBuzz discovered 89 different types of activities for couples in the Walland area, including Cultural Centers (like Rocky Branch Community Center), Horseback Riding (like Apple Valley Stables), Rafting (like Big Bear Expeditions) and Specialty Museums (like Wheels Through Time Transportation Museum), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 165 date ideas in or near Walland, Tennessee, including 162 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Knoxville.
Featuring a course filled with waterfalls, lighthouses, and scenic views, Fantasy Golf & Gameroom is a mini-golf facility with 18-holes available to play on. A game arcade is also available, featuring games like air hockey, racing simulators, and jackpot games.
Bluegrass, country and 'mountain music' reign at the Maggie Valley Opry House in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. This historic performance space has hosted many of the world's finest country and folk musicians.
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Nantahala National Forest, Murphy, NC 28906 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, and a variety of other recreational activities at Hanging Dog Recreation Area. The area offers access to Hiwassee Lake where visitors can also enjoy fishing and boating.
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Motorcycle buffs enjoy visiting the Wheels Through Time Transportation Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. The museum is dedicated to vintage motorcycles, accessories and paraphenalia. There are over 300 motorcycles in the institution's permanent collection.
From Mountain View Marina, visitors have direct access to Lake Hiwassee for their boats. The marina is nestled in the Appalachian Mountains and provides panoramic views of the lake. Visitors often go swimming, kayaking, and tubing in the lake.
Sitting 5,342 feet above Franklin, North Carolina, the Wayah Bald Lookout Tower offers unrivaled views of the surrounding land. The tower lies along the Appalachian Trail and is easily accessible from other area trails. There are outhouses and picnic tables on the tower's grounds.
The building that was once Franklin, North Carolina's county jail is now the Franklin Gem & Mineral Museum. The Museum has eight rooms crammed with gems, jewelry, mineral samples and information related to mining and gemology.