"Quiet Setting overlooking the Broad River"
"We could see Chimney Rock from our porch."
"So close to Lake Lure!"
The Historic Hendersonville area welcomes you to the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. Hendersonville is located 25 minutes from Chimney Rock, NC on a plateau with an altitude of 2,200 feet above sea level. The breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains provide the backdrop for this thriving small city.
Hendersonville, NC is known as "The City of Four Seasons" and was entered into the National Register of Historic Places in March of 1988. The historic district of Hendersonville, NC offers traditional southern hometown charm and exquisite scenery.
Downtown Hendersonville hosts numerous special must-see events throughout the year. On Labor Day weekend (Sept.), the renowned North Carolina Apple Festival, the largest street festival of the Hendersonville calendar, arrives to pay tribute to our area’s extensive apple heritage. October brings special leaf-peeping events, and a unique Arts on Main weekend. The Holiday Lighting Celebration (Nov.) kicks off the Winter Holidays in style with a wonderful community gathering at the gazebo on Main.
Whether you’re here for a day trip, or a week’s vacation, be sure to take the time to visit Historic Downtown Hendersonville. Photos courtesy of bartstar.com