- Our list of the best things to do in Sapphire, North Carolina, features the top 110 nearby activities — including 59 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Sapphire, NC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Sapphire, NC , followed by 104 popular activities in nearby cities, including Franklin, Highlands, Brevard, Sylva, Pisgah Forest, Pickens, Walhalla, Cashiers, Dillard, Salem, Clayton, Hendersonville, Waynesville, Linville and Greenville
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As a fish farm, Morgan Mill & Balsam Grove Trout Fishing offers visitors public fishing opportunities in a regularly stocked trout pond. Visitors can get any fish caught at the pond cleaned and packed on ice by staff.
Located between Franklin and Highlands, North Carolina, The Callasja River Gorge is part of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area. The gorge and its waterfalls can be accessed via U.S. Highway 64 and State Road 28, or the Waterfall Byway.
John Collette Fine Arts is a gallery featuring Mr. Collette's own works, as well of those of local and national artists. In addition to the paintings and sculpture on display, they also offer custom home art lighting and framing services.
Located in Highlands, North Carolina, the Bascom is a six-acre campus and visual arts facility. Opportunities are available for artists through educational and residency opportunities and featured events. An 87-foot covered bridge greets visitors at the entrance.
Golfers can play golf at the Highlands Country Club course designed by Donald Ross and first opened in 1928. The club's members can do many other activities together including playing bridge, canoeing, croquet, and children can attend a camp.
Serene Dry Falls is a gorgeous trailside waterfall in Highlands, North Carolina. After viewing the waterfall from the front, visitors may descend a flight of stone steps and walk behind the falling water. Shoes with excellent traction are essential here.
The tall, majestic Glen Falls are among North Carolina's most beautiful waterfalls. The fall, wide falls are a favorite subject for nature photographers and are free to visit. Visitors must wear high-traction shoes and refrain from attempting to cross the falls on foot.