Ride to the top of Sugar Mountain on the Summit Express chairlift with panoramic views all the way. On many summer weekends (Fri-Sun). Read more.
This summer concert and cultural series at nearby Lees-McRae College include a big variety of live music performances, lectures and more. The 16-week series is usually presented on Monday evenings. FORUM was organized in 1979 by a small group of summer residents for the purpose of bringing a stimulating series of cultural programs to the Read More
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 Read More
Sugar Mountain Public Golf Club may be the best kept secret in mountain golf. Located just minutes from Boone, Banner Elk and the Blue Ridge Parkway, the 18-hole, par 64 municipal course is “Everyman’s Golf Course” in a region home to some of the world’s premiere private country club communities. Find golf at Sugar Mountain Read More
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. Valid trail access/lift ticket required at all times to enter the trail system.
Guided whitewater rafting, whitewater kayaking, rappelling and rock climbing for the whole family. Trips include a delicious home cooked lunch. Enjoy rock climbing and rappelling in the beautiful Wilson Creek Wilderness with three phases of instruction. Whitewater rafting includes the Anaconda rapid, and since they lease the property where the rapid is located, you can Read More
With more than 25 years experience, take many adventures with the pros: Enjoy the rush and excitement of whitewater rafting on the Nolichucky River, Watauga River and Wilson Creek – with hidden waterfalls and scenic wonders. Relax with river tubing on the New River, floating down the gentle flowing water. Take a canoe or kayak Read More