A Hot, Wet July in Asheville
As tourist attractions and swimming pools across the country are closed or not opened to full capacity this summer, it’s good to know that nature never closes! In fact, the lakes and rivers surrounding Asheville are open and available for water play, including canoeing, kayaking, tubing, fishing, and swimming. Not a fan of the water?
This Father’s Day is a great time to explore with dad all of the natural beauty for which Asheville is famous. The Blue Ridge Mountains offer a stunning backdrop to the plethora of outdoor activities this city has to offer. From hiking, biking, and rafting, to strolling through gardens or simply sitting and observing, the