Castlewood Inn

Address: 3695 Soco Rd., Maggie Valley, North Carolina, 28751, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 3695 Soco Rd., Maggie Valley, is near Wheels Through Time Transportation Museum, Inc., Cataloochee Ski Area, Tube World, and Maggie Valley Opry House.
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    Travel Blogs from Maggie Valley

    Little Time for Everything

    A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jul 02, 2015

    ... peoples live and has been even leading my own. (Thank You God).

    With the summer near the halfway point I see my Haiti trip getting closer and closer with the days. Sadly I only have 1/3 of my intended money needed to purchase my ticket and go with the group. I am extremely excited to go to the Haiti where I will be able to reaching out and share the true gospel through a Vacation Bible School type way with the students. If you are feeling lead ...

    Day 3 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Loop

    A travel blog entry by geolis07 on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... We got in great rides everyday even if we didn't get everything done we wanted too. Our rental house is great, the food was great (mostly) and the rides were great. The Cherohala Skyway was probably one of the most fun, the Dragon was intense, the Rattler was a bit less impressive than the hype, and the loop through the GSMNP was nice. Gatlinburg is definitely not a good city to visit on the bikes but everywhere else we stopped was good. The maps from America Rides Maps were top ...

    Turtleback Falls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 28, 2015

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    Sunday morning, we woke up and broke camp. After saying good-bye to all our friends, Sandy and I headed to Gorges State Park. At the visitor center, we turned left and drove to the Bearwallow Falls parking area. After getting ready, we hiked the short Bearwallow Falls Trail to the overlook for the waterfall. Unfortunately, with all the foliage, the view of the ...

    Teaching and Taught!

    A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 13, 2015

    ... backpacking through the Smokies where I not only got one on one time with the other SHERPAS to know them better but also got to walk along side them as they tested their new outdoor skills and watch them succeed like starting a fire. (P.S. Ken Kalisch (wilderness skill professor from college) would be so happy with me... I started a fire right after a down pour with soaked through wood and only 3 matches!)

    My major challenge this week is seen with one of ...

    Backpacking has its ups and downs

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... of their boots, causing toenails to blacken and fall off. Disgusting. Lucky me, that wasn’t a problem. What I found difficult was slowing my descent. Squat-walking and using my poles as brakes helped, but the force of gravity overpowered my paltry muscles. I careened down those hills and my knees took a real beating. So did my feet. By the end of the fourth day it felt like someone had taken a hammer to the tops of my metatarsals. This caused shooting pains whenever ...