|About Buladean, NC
is a tiny community located sixty miles northeast of Asheville in the
majestic Unaka Mountain Range. It is situated in Mitchell County, which
is well known for its incredible scenery and naturally occurring
Rhododendron gardens. Buladean is a lovely place to get away from it
all, yet a convenient location to many of North Carolina's most
North Toe River flows through the county and joins the Nolichucky
River, known as one of the best whitewater rafting rivers in the
country. Just a few of the other activities available in the area
include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, canoe trips and
downhill skiing. For those wanting relaxation, it's also the ideal
location to catch up on reading amidst scenic views. Buladean is just a
short drive to Roan Mountain State Park, Grandfather Mountain, the
Appalachian Trail and Linville Falls.
of the richest deposits of gems and minerals in the country is located
near Buladean, and the world-famous North Carolina Mineral and Gem
Festival is held in neighboring Spruce Pine each August. In June, the
North Carolina Rhododendron Festival is held in Bakersville, (which is
Mitchell County's largest town with a population of just 2,500.) This
region is also home to nearly 100 artisans' galleries and studios.
During the annual Toe River Arts Council Studio Tours, you can visit
the artists in their working environment. Other nearby points of
interest include the Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee, and
the spectacular Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina.
two rental homes are located within 2 miles of each other. The TubyHole
Cottage by the Falls is located 1000 yards from Western North
Carolina’s Premier Mountain Community, Beech Creek Estates.
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