Since 1896 'The Sapphire Country' has been a place to relax and renew. Come. Play. Experience Sapphire!
[History of Sapphire Valley]
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Fairfield Lake was built in 1896 and along with Bald Rock Mountain is the must visit locale in the valley!
Sapphire Valley is a perfect habitat for the black bear! Please read our info about the black bear and even our bear hunt video, and a bear that opens a car door!!!
From Wings and Pizza to 5 star dining, check out the Valley's food and beverage options.
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From Tiny Homes to your own mountain lodge, find your vacation lodging today!
[Vacation Rental Information]
With dozens of great waterfalls within a few minutes drive of Sapphire Valley, these should be a must visit on your list.
[Top Area Waterfalls]
Ready for a cool dip? These local spots are fun and refreshing!
[Top Local Swimming Holes]
See the beautiful North Carolina mountains up close and personal!
[Top Hiking Trails In or Near Sapphire Valley]
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Winter sports first came to Sapphire in 1966! With snow tubing, skiing, boarding and even zip lines, the Blue Ridge Mountains is a must winter experience, Visit:
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Since 1886, families have found this part of Western North Carolina a place to escape, renew and reconnect with family.
Sapphire Valley and the Highlands - Cashiers Plateau stand on the edge of the massive cliff line known as the Blue Ridge Escarpment. The Blue Ridge contains the highest mountains in eastern North America. The Blue Ridge Escarpment is that line where the mountains fall off rapidly to the hills and piedmont of South Carolina. These dramatic changes can be seen along Highway 11 in South Carolina.