MGC Logo

To Do

ACTIVITIES AND AREA ATTRACTIONS

Wolf Laurel’s natural setting is ideal to relax and recharge. The mountain brings families together. Marvel at the view of surrounding mountain vistas, take time to notice the wide variety of wildflowers and tree species, or discover a grove of wild blueberries. Observe the seasonal migration of birds, or pause to hear the sound of quiet. Or, get out, get active and get social! Whether you explore the community and surrounding area or join one of our optional amenity clubs, there are many things to do in and around the Wolf Laurel Community.

Inside the gate

  • Hiking in Wolf Laurel – Owners and guests enjoy a variety of hiking trails via trail heads in Wolf Laurel connecting to Appalachian Trail and other trails of all levels. 
  • Wolf Laurel Property Owners Association* – community center, extensive library, newsletter, directory and courtesy secure location for UPS / FedEx / USPS package receipt.
  • Wolf Laurel Country Club – Members enjoy golfing, fine dining or a healthy workout in a new modern gym.
  • The Village Club – Members enjoy an extended list of amenities along with a variety of social and recreational activities.
  • The Stables at Bucktown – Enjoy a 1 or 2 hour scenic horseback riding experience, lessons, and summer kids camp.
  • Ride the Wolf Resort – Enjoy skiing or snowboarding during winter, mountain biking in the summer and
    the fabulous long range views.
  • Bald Mountain Creek Nature Preserve – Access a 730 acre conservation area with hiking trails, boulder climbing areas, and mountain biking trails.
  • Wolf Laurel Historical Society – Presents programs concerning history of Wolf Laurel, the surrounding community and region.
     
  • *All property owners are required to join the Wolf Laurel Property Owners Association 

Surrounding Area (distances measured from center of Wolf Laurel)

  • Ebbs Chapel Community Center and Theater (6 miles), Summer performing arts series, festivals and event venue.
  • Mars Hill, NC (15 miles), Mars Hill University, Southeastern Appalachian Reparatory Theater, local live music.
  • Burnsville, NC (15 miles), hosts major craft arts festival, annual literary festival.
  • Flag Pond & Erwin TN (15/20 miles), whitewater rafting on the Nolichucky River, Rocky Fork State Park, Apple Festival, Upper East Tennessee Fiddler’s Convention.
  • Marshall NC (25 miles), vibrant arts district, farmers market, live music.
  • Weaverville, NC (23 miles), Lake Louise Park and Main Street Nature Park.
  • Hot Springs, NC (39 miles), natural hot springs and spas, annual Trailfest,
  • Asheville, NC (32 miles), Biltmore House, spectator sports, mall and boutique shopping, museums, symphony, theater, dance, cinema, and live popular music scene.
  • Johnson City, TN (42 miles) East Tennessee State University, museums, International Storytelling Center, symphony, theater, Mary Martin Center hosts touring shows.
  • Bristol, TN/VA (58 miles) NASCAR cup series, Rhythm & Roots Reunion, music festival, The Birthplace of Country Music Museum