Motorcycle Rides and Scenic Touring

The surrounding mountains feature the finest motorcycle touring in the United States. Think of our maggie Valley hotel as your home base. Riders from all over come to the Smokies to experience the rides of a lifetime. With names like the Dragon, The Rattler and more, pick your poison. You can ride for a hour or days on end. Our staff is well versed in the rides that people like the most.

Just out the west end of the Valley and up to Soco Gap, you can access the Blue Ridge Parkway and head south toward the end of the parkway in Cherokee. This is a fun little ride with multiple long range vistas and tunnels going through the mountain ridges. If you travel eat on the parkway toward Asheville, there is no end in sight to the road. Along the way, you’ll see such things as Graveyard Fields, The Devil’s Court House, Table Rock, and Mount Pisgah, which by the way is a great place to stop and get ¬†bite to eat.

There are the most famous rides, but those are not always uncontested on great riding days. We have maps and list son rides that are off the beaten trail whee you can cruise along without having to stare at a fender in front of you.

Maggie Valley, North Carolina

Spend a day on the slopes of Cataloochee Ski Area. During the Spring and Fall the weather is perfect for hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or a day cruising the Blue Ridge Parkway.

The Smoky Falls Lodge on Jonathan Creek in Maggie Valley, is the crown jewel of Maggie Valley Hotels. The storied building was once the Mount Valley Lodge and has been passionately restored and enhanced past it’s former glory. Fashioned after the rustic log lodges of old, the new lodge now features pillow top beds, cable TV and wireless internet access.

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