Cherokee, North Carolina offers a number of activities for visitors, including art galleries, museums, casinos and shopping opportunities. Cherokee also offers many outdoor adventures for fishermen, hikers and campers.Continue Reading
Cherokee, North Carolina pays homage to its history as home to several museums celebrating Native American culture. The Museum of the Cherokee Indian, the Oconaluftee Indian Village and the "Unto These Hills" outdoor drama are all opportunities for the history enthusiast to explore Cherokee's past.
The Cherokee Welcome Center also touts the opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Cherokee offers over thirty miles of streams for fishing and opportunities for hiking, swimming and boating in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Oconaluftee Islands Park is another area for picnics and hiking along the Oconaluftee River.
The Islands Park Art Market hosts dozens of Cherokee artisans who sell sculptures, baskets and jewelry. The Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual, Inc. is another venue that is open year-round and offers Cherokee arts and crafts.
Cherokee is also home to the Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort, a four-star luxury resort, casino and spa. There are a number of restaurants within Harrah's, ranging from casual spots to the upscale Ruth's Chris Steak House. The casino is also home to the Mandara Spa. Nearby is the Sequoyah National Golf Club that boasts over 6,000 yards of green. For more details on these attractions, including admission prices and hours, go to VisitCherokeeNC.comLearn more about Geography