Do You Remember North Carolina’s Quirky Mystery Hill?

Do you remember North Carolina’s delightfully quirky Mystery Hill attraction? Open for more than 70 years, this must-visit roadside wonder has wowed many generations of visitors with its attractions. In fact, some families make it a point to return year after year – each time seeking to solve the mystery behind the gravity-defying house that […]

AEV awarded green certification

American Emergency Vehicles (AEv), part of REV Group (REVG) and manufacturer of Type I, II, and Type III ambulances and medium-duty emergency vehicles, is proud to announce its vehicles are now Certified Green by TRA Cerfification. Ashecountyline.com

The 10 Best Places To Retire In North Carolina

Most people spend the majority of their adult life planning and saving for retirement. Once the day comes, and you’re left with limitless free time and a destination in mind, you’re probably ready to say goodbye to the city life and enjoy Tuesday cocktails on the beach, or a light Friday hike in the mountains. […]

The Coziest Place For A Winter North Carolina Meal, The Daniel Boone Inn Restaurant Is Comfort Food At Its Finest

Winter in North Carolina can get pretty brutal on the mountain but that cold weather, coupled with a variety of outdoor winter attractions and activities, is precisely what draws people to Boone during the cold weather months. From skiing (Appalachian Ski Resort, Sugar Mountain, Beech Mountain Ski Resort) to the south’s largest snow tubing park […]

The Easy Snowshoe Trail At Elk Knob State Park In North Carolina Is Ideal For A Bright And Snowy Winter’s Day

We’re gearing up for one of the wettest, and quite possibly the snowiest, winters in many years and for western North Carolina, particularly the High Country, this means more opportunities to enjoy winter recreation. When the snow begins to fly there is one North Carolina state park that’s ideal for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. […]