Visit Jackson County NC for the Great Smokies National Park’s 75th Anniversary

There’s no better time than now to visit Jackson County NC, including the scenic areas of Cashiers and Highlands.  Through the month of April, Jackson County is celebrating the Great Smokies National Park’s 75th anniversary by providing great lodging discounts.  Entitled the “Park It Here” program, visitors will have the opportunity to lodge for $75 per night at any of the 11 hotels, bed and breakfast inns, motels, or cabins; the program ends April 30th so plan your spring break in Jackson County now.  Also available are complimentary park maps so you can plan out your visit to this beautiful national park.

For more information on participating lodgings visit www.mountainlovers.com.

For information on real estate in the Jackson county NC area including Cashiers, Highlands, Sapphire, and Glenville contact your friendly local realtors at Meadows Mountain Realty today.

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BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES MEADOWS MOUNTAIN REALTY has been serving the Highlands NC and Cashiers NC areas offering exclusive mountain real estate and country club properties since 2003.

We recognize that there are many important aspects to consider in making a real estate choice. With that in mind, we listen closely to the needs and desires of each individual customer and work diligently to find the ideal mountain property or to sell your property as efficiently and effectively as possible. However, our job does not stop there.

Once you have made your real estate decisions, we are here to help you in any way that we can. It will be our pleasure to familiarize you with all aspects of the Highlands and Cashiers communities, including home, professional and personal services as well as activities, restaurants, health care and shopping. We will go the extra mile to ensure that your experience in the mountains exceeds your expectations.

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  1. […] Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina bring in approximately 9 million visitors each year.  As the most visited national park in the […]

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