Unplug from Your Daily Grind and Recharge Your Body and Mind
Leave your laptop on the charger and trade your hectic life for a digital detox getaway in western North Carolina. Whether you’re out on the water enjoying incredible views or indulging in a massage with a glass local wine, Lake Lure & the Blue Ridge Foothills is a treasure trove of hidden luxuries and little-known adventures. Conveniently located between Asheville and Charlotte, Lake Lure offers the perfect distractions from the stressors of everyday life.
Relax at Rumbling Bald Resort
It’s easy to unplug when you have everything you need – and want – right at your fingertips. At Rumbling Bald Resort, enjoy three restaurants, two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, a private beach, hiking and biking trails, Aveda spa and more! Unwind with a sunset dinner cruise for two on glittering Lake Lure or hit the links at one of two beautiful onsite golf courses. Click here to view dinner cruise clip.
Click here to view dinner cruise clip.
A Day on the Lake
Boat, ski, kayak, swim – whatever your pleasure, Lake Lure caters to it. Check out Lake Lure Adventure Company, the go-to for equipment rentals and professionally trained instructors for a day of amazing water sports. Bring that GoPro and capture your first time on water skis or shredding wakes like a pro! Rent a pontoon boat and tie up with friends, good food and a bottle of wine as you watch the sun – and your blood pressure – slowly descend.
Click here for a sneak peek of water sport action.
Get Lost at Chimney Rock State Park
While Chimney Rock State Park may be silver screen famous for its role in “Last of the Mohicans,” there are no screens required to explore it. Check out artifacts from the filming of the blockbuster, displayed at the gift shop, on the way up to witness the 75-mile panoramic views from atop Chimney Rock itself. Hike more than five different trails designed for a variety of experience levels – including one to the base of Hickory Nut Falls. End with a visit to Grady’s Animal Discovery Den to learn about the local flora and fauna.