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Duckpond Pottery

Perched above the French Broad River, with a deck surrounded by giant poplar trees, Duckpond Pottery produces a full range of functional pottery as well as sculptural pit fired work. Special focus exists on custom architectural work including handcrafted sinks, decorative tile work, and accent lighting fixtures. Through the spring, summer, and fall months, the pottery also plays host to a twice monthly music series featuring live original music from national touring artists.
Tues. - Sat., 10 am - 6 pm; Sun., 1-5 pm; Mondays by appointment.
2398 Greenville Hwy., www.duckpondpotter.etsy.com, 828-883-4512

Mountain Forest Pottery
Located in an 1880’s pebble-dash house, Mountain Forest offers functional and whimsical pottery made on site by artist Mary Murray. “Handmade comes to life” in the homey gallery, offering the work of many regional artists-handmade teddy bears, jewelry, quilts, folk art, sculpture, drawings, and paintings. Recipes accompany many pottery pieces that are designed for baking apples, pies, and other dishes.
Mon.-Sat., 10 am - 5 pm; Sun., 1-5 pm; 2395 Greenville Hwy.
Mud Dabbers Pottery

Mud Dabbers Pottery features the work of 25 local potters in a historic general store on the banks of Dunn’s Creek. Watch potters at work in the studio next door, and see where the pottery is produced onsite. Since 1988, this Dodson Family business has been offering beautiful functional and decorative treasures.
Mon.- Sat. 10 am – 6 pm; Sun., 12-6 pm;
3623 Greenville Hwy, www. muddabbers.com, 828- 884-5131

Ash Grove Resort Cabins and Camping

Nature Revives the Spirit. Revive yours at one of our fully furnished & equipped 1-, 2-, or 3-bedroom rental cabins, shady RV sites or secluded tent sites. Located on 14 wooded mountaintop acres near the heart of the Scenic 276 Corridor, Ash Grove has nature trails, small stream, bonfire pit, & more. Daily & weekly rentals; open year-round. 749 East Fork Rd.

A little bit country store, a little bit fresh market, Whistlestop offers plentiful produce, preserves and jellies, boiled peanuts, plants, local artists’ work, antiques, and gifts. Located right on Hwy. 276, the market highlights the area’s wonderful, in-season produce, from honey to apples, baked goods to bell peppers. Baskets of peaches come in many delicious varieties. Open Late May - Late October, Tues. - Sat., 9 am - 6 pm, 7825 Greenville Hwy., 828-877-5081
Paintings by Sarah

Using a dilapidated cowshed as a showcase for her oil paintings, Sarah Sneeden’s impressionistic work reflects her love of nature, animals, flowers, sunshine, blue skies, and color! Despite living in a rain forest, Sarah prefers painting real places on location . Dupont Forest is one of her favorites. Sarah accepts portrait commissions; samples of which are in the studio. Open by appointment,

Cedar Mountain Country Store and Pottery
Clever, whimsical figures--animals, fairies, gnomes--greet visitors off Hwy. 276 at this manufacturer, where terra cotta pottery and local-cut stone are for sale right from the yard. Sundry items, canned goods, and unusual mountain collectibles make the gift shop a pleasure to peruse. Watch for the rare “Jackpoke,” an Appalachian cousin to trolls and leprechauns! Open daily April to October, 9 am - 5 pm
9293 Greenville Highway

“An enchanted place on the river, you’ll never want to leave”--this rustic mountain cabin sits on 4 acres that borders DuPont State Forest and Little River. Amenities include 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a fireplace, large screened porch, and deck. Minimum 2 nights. Open year-round.
1155 Reasonover Road
Nut House at Holly Lee


Nestled in the mountains near DuPont State Forest, the Nut House offers peace and tranquility. Enjoy relaxing on the screened porch listening to the rippling water from the fountain, sitting in the Zen Garden with a fire in the Fire Pit, or relax in the Hot Tub. Let your worries melt away. Amenities include 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, with gas fireplace, a large screened porch, Hot Tub deck, WiFi, Direct Tv and a garage for parking. Fully furnished and equipped. Open March – Nov. 22
154 Chestnut Lane, www.thenuthouseathollylee.com,
828-884-8524 or 205-907-9109

Glass Feather Studio Gallery and Gardens
Butterflies, birds, breezes and a magical drive lead to this unforgettable mountaintop destination with glorious views, wildflower gardens, glass and stone sculpture, and fine art fused glass handmade and signed by the Travis family since 1982. Also featured are works by local artists in hand-painted stemware, metal and woodworking, and fine art photography. See the artists at work
April - December, Wed.-Sat., 10 am - 5 pm, 200 Glass Feather Drive, 828-885-8457
Rob Travis Fine Art Photography
Exhibiting at the Glass Feather Studio Gallery, Rob Travis captures the beauty of nature with a unique blend of subject, style, and vibrant color. Pieces are available in canvas, prints, note cards, and framed works. Favorite waterfalls, butterflies, and scenic drives come alive in Travis’s photographs, allowing you to bring home glimpses of mountain splendor.
April –December, Wed.-Sat., 10 am – 5 pm,
200 Glass Feather Drive, 828-885-8457

Hemlocks Studio
Situated in an old-growth forest, Hemlocks Studio offers creative escapes for small groups and individuals; artists, writers, readers, and more. Take one of the pre-planned escapes or let Hemlocks arrange one for your group. An exceptional staff awaits in a magical setting that seems back in time, in a small southern town. Open mid-June through mid-September when classes/retreats are in session. 11080 Greenville Hwy.,

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