Maggie Valley Country Club

  • Planned Community
  • Maggie Valley, Haywood County

Welcome to Maggie Valley Club!

Just along the foothills of the beautiful Smoky Mountains, you’ll find an old-fashioned mountain resort town called Maggie Valley. A trip into this quaint place in Haywood County, North Carolina will make you feel like a child again. That’s one reason many people come to the area and decide not to leave. Just outside of the town, sits a popular residential and vacation spot called the Maggie Valley Club. While you’ll find that many people come and go throughout the year, a small portion of it is reserved for full-time residents who want to enjoy the stunning scenery, breathe in the mountain air, and have places like nearby Waynesville and Asheville at their fingertips for dining, shopping, and entertainment.

Homes in Maggie Valley Club
When all homes in the Maggie Valley Club are completed, there will only be 300 of them, so it’s important to act fast. This sort of intimacy and exclusivity is ideal for 55+ adults and those seeking a place to spend the retirement phase of life. Choose from cottages, villas, or vacant lots where you can build your dream home. The timber-framed cottages are around 2,000 square feet each, with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, screened-in porches, and stunning views of the mountains. Cottages are also zero-maintenance which means all repairs and landscaping are handled for you.

Maggie Valley Club Amenities
Residents of the Maggie Valley Club can take advantage of the community’s many world-class amenities. It’s the perfect place for anyone seeking an active lifestyle. There’s Homestead Park, a rustic picnic and barbecue area surrounded by walking trails. There’s also a pool, clubhouse, fitness center, and golf shop. The Maggie Valley Club’s main attraction is its 30-acre golf course that offers panoramic views of the mountains and is often considered one of the most scenic courses in the state of North Carolina.

Shopping and Dining
The Maggie Valley Club is located on US-19 which is lined with locally-owned boutiques, antique shops, cafes, restaurants, and other places to shop and dine. For your day-to-day needs, head south into Waynesville, where you’ll find grocery stores, fast food, banks, places of worship, pharmacies, and other stores and services. Some of the stores in town include Ingles, Best Buy, Food Lion, Walmart, Staples, Rite Aid, Lowe’s Tractor Supply, Food Lion, and CVS.

Parks, Green Spaces, and Healthy Living
The unique location of the Maggie Valley Club means its surrounded by forests, mountains, lakes, and rivers that are perfect for the outdoor enthusiast, nature lover, or active adults who simply love a good scenic drive. The Harmon Den Wildlife Management Area, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, DuPont State Forest, Pisgah National Forest, Gorges State Park, and Nantahala National Forest are all there to explore, or you can take a drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Nearby Lake Junaluska and the surrounding resort is open to the public. It has a lake for kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing, There is also an aquatic center, a golf course, a campground, and meditation gardens.

The Haywood Regional Medical Center is just a short drive to the east of the community, and there are many doctors, dentists, and other medical professionals throughout the area.

Just Minutes from Waynesville and Asheville…
If you’re looking for even more exciting opportunities, the quaint town of Waynesville, with its population of around 10,000 people, has a popular downtown area filled with historic buildings, shops, a general store, art galleries, breweries, restaurants, and bakeries. It’s also home to the Haywood Arts Repertory Theatre (HART), FolkMoot USA (which hosts square dances and other events throughout the year), and it’s home to the Museum of North Carolina Handicrafts.

Head about 30 miles east, and you’ll find yourself in one of the most famous mountain destinations in the world, the vibrant city of Asheville. Home to the Biltmore Estate, some of the country’s most popular microbreweries, farm-to-table restaurants, outdoor recreation areas, festivals, shops, and more, you’ll always find a way to have a good time when you visit.

Transportation
Maggie Valley Club is located along US-19 and is a quick drive from Interstate 40. The Asheville Regional Airport is approximately 35 miles away.