- Our list of the best things to do in Cashiers, North Carolina, features the top 106 nearby activities — including 57 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cashiers, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 4 things to do within the city of Cashiers, NC , followed by 102 popular activities in nearby cities, including Franklin, Highlands, Brevard, Sylva, Pisgah Forest, Walhalla, Sapphire, Clayton, Dillard, Salem, Long Creek, Pickens, Hendersonville, Waynesville and Linville
The Village Green features outdoor entertainment throughout the year. On top of that, visitors can enjoy beautiful gardens, picnics, and walking through paths that lead through wetlands, a forest glade, and grassy lawns.
Specializing in fresh produce, most of it local, the Cashiers Farmers Market is a quaint and picturesque shopping destination. There is also a barbecue restaurant located on the side of the building for more immediate dining needs.
Opened in 1991, John Collette Fine Art is a local art gallery that displays a number of works from both local and national artists. In addition to selling artwork, the gallery also offers hanging and framing services to its customers.
Specializing in serving a tapas style menu and a bar stocked with a variety of curated wine and beer choices, the Cork & Barrel Lounge offers guests a casual dining experience. The establishment also regularly features live music on weekends.
The breathtaking Cullasaja Falls are located next to Route 64 in Highlands, NC. The parking lot is quite small, and sits just off of the highway, in the midst of an extremely dangerous, high-accident portion of it. Avoid visiting Cullasaja Falls during rush hour.
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US 64, Nantahala National Forest, Highlands, NC MoreLess Info
A $4 parking fee grants visitors admission to the Cliffside Lake Recreation Area. This popular destination is excellent for hiking, biking, grilling and fishing. Visitors who wish to fish must have a valid North Carolina fishing license.
Whiteside Mountain is a mountain that offers a National Recreation Trail along 700-foot cliffs. Depending on visibility, hikers can see Blue Ridge Escarpment, Chattooga River headwaters, Highlands and Cashiers, and northern South Carolina.