the Blue Ridge mountains and the peak travel time is in October when the roadway turns into a kaleidoscope of vibrant colors. From March through September, the tourism numbers stay moderately high as vacationers come for the many outdoor activities and the slowest months are just after the leaves drop in November and December, as cold weather hits.
The Famous Biltmore Estate
You'll want to bring a pair of walking shoes to your Asheville timeshare. The Biltmore Estate is perhaps Asheville's most famous residence. Once the home George Vanderbilt, the 350 room mansion has 8,000 acres of gardens, walking paths, and even its own hotels and winery. Some of the grounds were sold in the 20th century and added to the Pisgah National Forest, which is filled with beautiful waterfalls, trails, wildlife, and places to take the entire family for a picnic. Another popular hiking spot is along the famous Appalachian Trail, for either single day or multi-day hikes.
After a long day in the great outdoors, it'll be time to come back into town for some great food and drinks. Asheville has the most breweries per capita in the USA, and many local flavors you will not find anywhere else. Also, downtown Asheville is home to amazing live entertainment including the Asheville Community Theatre, the Asheville Lyric Opera, and the Asheville Symphony. During the day, the same artsy downtown is home to street performers, restaurants, cafes, and many art galleries.
Great Family-Friendly Activities
Many of Asheville's top locations are easily scaled down for children. If you are planning on bringing your young family to your Asheville timeshare, there are many easy-level hiking trails, child-friendly zip-line tours, and museums and discovery centers that have activities and exhibits geared toward young vacationers. All of these perks make Asheville a popular destination for parents in search of an outdoor and kid-friendly getaway suited to all ages.
A timeshare, whether fixed for your favorite season or floating to experience more of what this town has to offer, is one of the best ways to experience Asheville. Not only will you have more times to explore, you'll also be able to repeat your favorite experiences over and over again.