- Our list of the best things to do in Hayesville, North Carolina, features the top 79 nearby activities — including 39 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Hayesville, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 5 things to do within the city of Hayesville, NC , followed by 74 popular activities in nearby cities, including Helen, Blairsville, Murphy, Hiawassee, Franklin, Clarkesville, Bryson City, Dillard, Sautee Nacoochee, Cherokee, Young Harris, Clayton and Tellico Plains
Pigs Gone Amuk is a public 18-hole miniature golf course operated by and located right across from Jim's Smokin Que restaurant. In addition to playing putt-putt, visitors also enjoy a large selection of ice cream at the course.
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Owned and operated by the Klatt family, Mason's Ruby & Sapphire Mine is a working gem mine that allows patrons to search for their own gemstones. The Mine also features mineral samples, geodes and pre-cut gems.
A part of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Vogel State Park offers beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains during the autumn season. The park also includes multiple hiking trails, picnic areas, campgrounds and a lake which is open for boating.
A part of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Anna Ruby Falls are twin waterfalls formed due to the convergence of two individual streams. The falls can be reached through an upward hike on a trail which weaves through the surrounding forest.
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.
Nestled in rural Georgia, the Chatahoochee National Forest is a large wilderness preserve dedicated to combating invasive species, nurturing endangered plans and educating the public about forestry and conservation. It is a popular destination for ginseng harvesting, for which a permit is required.