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See their website at for details of their tours and to book your tour online. Their tours offer exciting opportunities to explore many different aspects of Western North Carolina, from beer to art and everthing in between.

Waynesville Microbreweries Although a small town in the Smoky Mountains, Waynesville has answered the call for microbrewery beers in WNC. They also offer shuttle services from Asheville airport and to many of the area attractions.

Mountain Music, Clogging, Demonstrations, Art, Craft, Storytelling, Traditional Food 10am-5pm June 22 – Fri – MOUNTAIN STREET DANCE An old-fashioned mountain hoe down!

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October 20 – Sat – The 30th annual APPLE HARVEST FESTIVAL Music 7 clogging, art & craft booths, delicious food, and apples!

10-5pm October 31 – Wed – TREATS on the STREET Participating Downtown merchants offer Halloween treats for young children, 5 – 7 pm November 2 – Fri – “ART after DARK” Participating galleries & studios remain open until 9 pm on this evening with special artist’s showings, displays, and refreshments.

They also have a 400 seat "Tap Room" which boasts 23 beers on tap—many produced just a few feet from the restaurant.

Beers are accompanied by artful, chef-driven food focused on small plate, sharable, whole animal and farm-to-table dishes sourced mainly from local suppliers. Waynesville, NC (828) 454-5664 Waters Brewing Company 101 Park Street, Canton, NC 28716 (828) 246-0602 Boo Jum Brewing Company 50 N Main Street Waynesville, NC 28786 (828) 246-0350 of our microbreweries, Tipping Point Tavern and Boo Jum, offer unique food pairings and inspired southern quisine along with their brews, flat screen TV's and enjoyable atmospheres. Offering a variety of transportation and unique tour services, Leap Frog Tours has something for everyone's interests.

Travel back in time to one of the most beautiful and remote parts of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

You will be transported comfortably in our eco-friendly Chevy Tahoe Hybrid SUV over the rugged, winding mountain road once called the “Cataloochee Turnpike.” Cataloochee Valley is steeped in history, laced with abundant wildflowers and rich with wildlife including elk, white-tailed deer, black bears, salamanders and many species of birds like cedar waxwings, indigo buntings, wild turkeys and ruffed grouse. There are hundreds of waterfalls in our area, so we've selected a few of our favorites to share with you. Blue Ridge Parkway: Take a drive on one of America's most scenic roads.

Known as one of the finest one-day juried art shows in the region.

An art & craft marketplace with great food & drink, two stages of mountain music, clogging, entertainment & more, 10-5pm.

6pm December 7-9 – Fri-Sun “HOLLY DAYS” Seasonal holiday events in the Main Street area are held throughout weekend beginning with a Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting and “Art after Dark” on Friday evening; “A Night Before Christmas” celebration on Saturday night; and more on Sunday in the festively decorated shops and restaurants. Biltmore Estate: Just 30 miles away in Asheville is the famous Biltmore Estate with America's largest home, the country's most visited winery, breathtaking gardens and fabulous restaurants. In fact, Asheville does have over 40 craft breweries and beer pubs from which to choose. Contact them at more information about types of tours offered and tour times available.

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