Sapphire Valley Resort
Daily Events

Daily / Weekly Events and Trips

Scroll Down for Events and Fun on the Resort!

For Fun off the Resort, events all around The High South from Cashiers to Bryson City
View the [Area Events Calendar Here]
Events include area farmers markets, Lake Glenville Dam release dates, area concerts, special hikes,  festivals and much more!

Calendar of Events

Note: If you are staying on property with an [Amenity Card] , be sure to stop by the Community Center to get the most current information, sign up for classes and check out other activities for your visit! Some events and classes are open to the Public. 

Please call 828-773-7663
to confirm any event.

  • Sightseeing, Farm Tours, Sunset Cruise, more! 
    The Resort continues summer with many on the Resort and off the Resort trips, socials, and family fun! 
  • Sapphire Valley Amenities:  All amenities are open for the season! For a directory of phone numbers for these amenities, go to our [Contacts Page Here!]
  • About the Calendar:  Scroll down for an agenda or full desktop view of the calendar. If you are a Gmail user you can subscribe to this calendar within your own Gmail account. The calendar also has a print option!

You asked for it so here it is! 

Many requested we bring back the simple calendar format used for years so you could subscribe to and print out the
Sapphire Valley Resort and
Ski Area Calendar! 

The full page or desktop version is below.

Click on any event for more details!

Have fun and we will see you in Sapphire!

Friday - Saturday - Sunday

Friday thru Sunday are open play dates! Check all on the amenities on your own. Be sure to use our Area Events Calendar to plan your on family experience! 
[Area Events Calendar]

For updates on all Amenities and Events,
Call the Sapphire Valley Community Center at 828-743-7663. 

The Pickleball courts are open year round, weather permitting. Just stop by the Red Bird Golf Shop for access.

Call Red Bird at 828-743-1191

Sapphire Valley Resort and
Ski Area Events Calendar

Did you know?
The area became known as the "Switzerland of America" and encompassed several fabulous resorts such as the Fairfield Inn and Fairfield Lake, The Sapphire Inn, the Lodge, the Franklin Hotel and the Toxaway Inn. The resorts could not have been developed if Southern Railway had not built a rail system from Asheville, which, incidentally, was the steepest railroad system in the United States. More History: [History of Sapphire Valley]

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