With flowers a bloom and wildlife galore, springtime have arrived at Grandfather Mountain. Visitors have a prime opportunity to experience this natural paradise at the annual Naturalist Weekend, returning May 13 to 15.
Grandfather Mountain offers a striking backdrop for the vibrant hues of rhododendron blooms.
How does a bear eat birthday cake?
A new North Carolina Museum of History exhibit honors Hugh Morton.
Migrating raptors soar over Grandfather Mountain in September
This September, kids are invited to visit their Grandfather.
Sierra Club members receive free admission Sept. 25
As the Blue Ridge Mountains begin to burst with fall color, Grandfather Mountain invites leaf-lookers to see the brilliant change from one of the best leaf-looking destinations in the South.
Cougars, elk, bagpipes, bonfires and raptors — it's 2017 at Grandfather Mountain.
PO Box 1155Matthews, NC 28106