Cashiers, North Carolina

One of the Southeast’s premier resort destinations, Cashiers, North Carolina is widely known for its historic village, mountain elegance, world-class dining and shopping, the finest club lifestyles, and breathtaking natural beauty. You’ll find most of this near the renowned Cashiers Crossroads—the intersection of highways 107 and 64 in Jackson County and home to the Village Green, a lush and lovely “park for the people” that offers outdoor concerts, festivals, and celebrations.  

For more than a century, Cashiers has been a vacation and summer haven for families seeking to make lasting memories and simply relax. Built upon a solid foundation of Southern hospitality at 3,484 feet above sea level, Cashiers offers a genteel culture, mild temperatures and outdoor activities that draw visitors to return year after year. From golfing to hiking to biking to fly fishing, you’ll find it all in this part of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Accessible in Cashiers, Panthertown Valley is a 6,311-acre mecca for hikers seeking waterfalls and native flora and fauna. Located in the Nantahala National Forest, its 30-plus miles of trails traverse granite cliffs and sparkling streams. Breathe in the scents of wildflowers blended with mountain laurel as you stroll through an ancient forest, letting the sights and sounds of nature’s splendor complete the sensory experience.

And here’s a tip: If you want to blend in with the locals, know that Cashiers is pronounced not as the name of a person you pay for a purchase, but rather, “KASH-erz.”

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