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Visit during the spring and enjoy the early burst of color or spend some time with us over summer vacation; rent a lake house, take a boat tour, hike a trail, or attend a festival.  Prefer to travel in the fall, take a scenic drive on country roads lined with rich hues of red, orange and gold or see it all up close by exploring one of our many trails or parks that reward those that choose to hike. Just make sure you don't count us out for winter travel because we have one of the best light displays in the country, not to mention hometown Christmas parades that make you feel like you've traveled back in time.  Choose your adventure and we will see you soon.

Tag - Fall Color

A Destination for all Seasons

Thursday, March 22, 2018 12:00 PM by Rutherford County Tourism

Lake Lure and the Blue Ridge Foothills is the ultimate year-round destination. From splashing around in the water at Lake Lure Beach during the summer, to viewing the rich blankets of fall color that cover Chimney Rock; to coming home for the holidays to the millions of lights that magically light

The magic of fall is in the air, the time of year when shorter days and cooler nights spark the human imagination and stimulate feelings of nostalgia and comfort. Here in Lake Lure and the Blue Ridge Foothills, you can discover the brilliance of this season through several distinctive experiences.

Fall Foliage Driving Tours

Saturday, October 15, 2016 3:00 PM

Take a Fall Driving Tour around Lake Lure & the Blue Ridge Foothills

When it comes to ways to enjoy the leaf season that blankets Western North Carolina in vivid colors, a scenic driving tour is a tranquil and rewarding option. The vast expanse of forested terrain in Lake Lure and the Blue Ridge

Ways to See Fall Color

Tuesday, August 2, 2016 2:00 PM

Hike it, drive it or be mesmerized by Fall Color

When it comes to ways to enjoy the leaf season that blankets Western North Carolina in vivid colors, the preferences are as boundless as the possibilities. The vast expanse of forested terrain in Lake Lure and the Blue Ridge Foothills make it one of