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Breweries & Winery Tours

You can visit these breweries and wineries right here in the Hendersonville area!

Travels in Wine Tours Let someone else take care of everything - even the driving and lunch!

Theater

Hooker Falls

Hooker Falls is the fourth falls on the Little River and drops about 11' into Cascade Lake. Hooker Fall was part of the original DuPont State Forest and has become a popular swimming hole. Care to cool off?

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Antique Stores

Close by (mostly downtown) - Hendersonville is a great place for antiquing!

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Family Fun

Some of our top picks of things to do with the kids

Outdoor Activities

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the convenience of the area.

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Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking & Tubing

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Golf

Golfers can find a little bit of heaven in Hendersonville

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Other

Navitat Zip Lines on the Navitat course range from 50 feet to 1,100 feet in length

The Diamond Mine An indoor Baseball & Softball training center

Heritage Explorer Explore Henderson County Cultural Heritage Sites

783 N Main St

Hendersonville, NC 28792

828-693-9193

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Hooker Falls

Hooker Falls is the fourth falls on the Little River and drops about 11' into Cascade Lake. Hooker Fall was part of the original DuPont State Forest and has become a popular swimming hole. Care to cool off?

Triple Falls

Triple Falls (About a 15-minute walk from the Hooker Falls Parking Lot: Cross over Staton Road, watch for traffic. The Triple Falls Trail runs along Little River upstream for 0.3 miles. There is a trail down the to the falls further up on the left.)Triple Falls is the third of the Little River Falls, which consists of three distinct cascades, totaling about 120' in a vertical drop. The falls was featured in the movie Last of the Mohicans.

High Falls

High Falls is the second and tallest of the Little River Falls, and slides 150' down an inclined plane of granite. – You have two options here!

For those who want a good workout: Continue on High Falls Trail that goes off to the left from Triple Falls Trail. It’s about a 15-minute hike mostly uphill.

For those who want to see the falls without the workout:

  • Go back to your vehicle and turn right out of Hooker Falls Parking Lot.
  • Go about 0.9-mile tHigh Falls Park Lot on left. Follow Buck Forest Road on foot to High Falls Trail (on left) to a viewing area near the picnic shelter.
  • Go back to the vehicleTake a left out of High Falls Parking Lot (if you did the easy trail) OR take a right out of Hooker Falls Parking Lot (if you took the long hike)
  • Follow Staton Road until it dead-ends into Cascade Lake Road.
  • Turn Left on Cascade Lake Road (go about 2.5 miles)
  • Turn Left on Reasonover Road (go about 2.8 miles – if you get to US-276 you have gone too far.)
  • Park in the Fawn Lake Parking Lot

Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls is the first falls of the Little River and is probably the most unique. It drops off an overhanging ledge that allows visitors to walk underneath (as shown in Last of the Mohicans), then the water sheets down a long, shallow inclined plane of granite before tumbling into the pool below. Bridal Veil Falls is a much longer hike.

  • From the Fawn Lake Access Area, turn right 0.10 miles and take the first left on Conservation Road for 1.70 miles past the airstrip.
  • Turn left on Bridal Veil Falls Road 0.53 miles to the base of the Bridal Veil Falls. Total=2.33 miles.

Look Glass Falls

  • Follow Hwy. 276 about 4 miles past the ranger station to Looking Glass Falls. (You can play in the water at the bottom of the falls – be very careful, rocks are extremely slippery when wet!)

Look Glass Falls

  • Go about another mile north and look for a concrete bridge with an adjoining wooden footbridge and bulletin board. This is the trailhead to Moore Cove Falls. Park on the paved right shoulder and cross the stream via the footbridge then follow the yellow blazes to Moore Cove Falls, a 50-foot cascade over a ledge. About 1-mile round trip.

Sliding Rock

  • When you return to your car, continue yet one more mile north to Sliding Rock. (This is where the cut off shorts come in handy! You can actually slide down the rock in the summer and that rock can be rough on a thin bathing suit!)