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Western North Carolina is rich in history, culture, and adventures, and the community of Cherokee on the Eastern Cherokee Reservation best embodies this lifestyle along with the culture of the Cherokee tribe. History is alive in Cherokee, and there is ple
Cullowhee is a charming mountain town that's home to Western Carolina University and plenty of outdoor attractions. Nicknamed "Valley of the Lilies," said to be the Cherokee name for Cullowhee, the town can trace its roots back to the 19th century.
Dillsboro is a quaint, historic mountain community that has kept its hometown charm for over a century.
If you enjoy the outdoors, Sylva is the place to be. Residents can easily explore the great outdoors, discover Downtown Sylva's quaint charm, and enjoy a beautiful home in the mountains.
The Caney Fork, East LaPorte, Cowarts, Little Canada, Shook Cove and Bear Lake Communities make up the small unincorporated community of Tuckasegee, an area known for it's great recreation opportunities.