Things to Do

Recreation & Adventure

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    Sugar Mountain Tennis

    The tennis at Sugar is spectacular. Six courts, meticulously maintained of fast-dry, Har-tru clay, are wildly popular from May through October. Mens, womens, and mixed play “friendlys’’ can be found every day of the week. And like the golf, the tennis facilities are open to everyone, either on a pay as you go basis, or economical season pass options.

    Sugar Mountain Golf Course

    Sugar Mountain Golf Club may be the best kept secret in mountain golf, but not for long. Located just minutes from Boone, Banner Elk and the Blue Ridge Parkway, the 18-hole municipal course is “Everyman’s Golf Course” in a region home to some of the world’s premiere private country club communities. The fabulous Par 64 golf course opened for play in 1974, the design of Frank Duane, previously the senior project manager for more than two decades for Robert Trent Jones, the undisputed dean of golf course architecture. Visitors will find golf at Sugar Mountain affordable and accessible. Rates vary during the season which opens early April and concludes the end of October. Walk specials are available every afternoon after 3 o’clock, as are twilight rates with cart.

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    Hiking & Biking at Sugar Mountain Resort

    From early May through mid October, enjoy the beautiful views on the diverse and challenging trail system that winds through the Village of Sugar Mountain on bikes or on foot. Trail access is free and maps are available in the mailbox at the base of Flying Mile Slope.


Attractions

  • Sugar Creek Mining Company

    Mine your own North Carolina gemstones! Grab a bucket and our expert staff will set you up on our flume line, then our staff will help you sort your gemstones and identify them. If desired, our expert gem cutters can cut your rough gemstones and set it into a piece of jewelry. Located across from the entrance to Sugar Mountain.


Arts & Culture

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Shopping

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    Mast General Store

    The original Mast General Store is not only a great place to shop, it’s a trip back in time. The original store hosts the Post Office and still offers 5 cent-a-cup coffee. In the store you’ll find gourmet country food, cast iron cookware, old-fashioned toys and more. Just 2/10 of a mile down the road, you’ll find the Mast General Store Annex, featuring an eclectic collection of clothing and outdoor gear and the old fashioned Candy Barrel.


Relax & Unwind

  • High Country Tap Room

    The High Country Taproom is a cozy, quirky place to enjoy craft beers from some of our regions finest small batch breweries. We serve hand made(beer) spent grain pretzels, along with doggie treats made from the same grain.You are welcome to bring in your own food, your dogs, kids, grandparents, co-workers.

    Perfect Nails

    Perfect nails is a full service nail salon for women as well as men. Our salon is equipped with the best pedicure chairs and spas in the industry.

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    Serenity Day Spa

    Located directly across from the entrance to Sugar Mountain, Serenity Day Spa offers a heavenly experience. Relax by the fire in the winter and on our patio during warmer months. Enjoy massages, facials, microdermabrasion, body treatments and more.


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