Byrson City, NC

Bryson City is located just west of the junction of the Tuckasegee River, which flows westward from its source in the mountains to the east, and Deep Creek, which flows south from its source near Newfound Gap in the Great Smoky Mountains.
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The town is surrounded on all sides by mountains. The Great Smoky Mountains rise to the north, the Cowee Mountains rise to the south, and the Plott Balsams rise to the east. The boundary of the Nantahala National Forest passes just south of the city, and the boundary of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park passes just to the north. The Qualla Boundary, which comprises the bulk of the reservation of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, dominates the area to the east.

Bryson City is a laid-back, non-touristy town of 1,300 with more stop signs than stoplights. It’s an easily stroll-able town with local bookstores, arts and crafts galleries with working artisans, a bike shop, two fly fishing shops, a historical museum, a fly fishing museum, an aquarium, an excursion train, two breweries, and a surprising variety of restaurants.

Venture just a few minutes from this quiet downtown and you’ll find a vast outdoor playground for water sports, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, zip lines, scenic drives, waterfalls and more.

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The Bistro at the Everett Hotel
16 Everett St The Everett Boutique Hotel & Bistro, Bryson City, NC 28713    828-488-1934
Open: 4:30 - 930  7 days per week


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Mountain Perks
9 Depot St, Bryson City, NC 28713
828-488-9561
Open: 7:30-3PM, Sun,Mon,Thu, Fri, Sat
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Loretta's Snak Shak
125 Everett St 977 Bear Cove Circle, Bryson City, NC
828-341-1999
Open: Sun 11-4
Tue-Sat 11-6

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The High Test Deli & Sweet Shop
145 Everett St, Bryson City, NC
828-488-1919
Open Mon-Sat 11-4

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Everett Street Diner
126 Everett St, Bryson City, NC
 828-488-0123
Open: Daily 7:30 - 2PM
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Image: Downtown Bryson City, featuring the historic Swain County Courthouse, now a visitor center and heritage museum. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park highlights the mountains on the horizon. Backround Image: The Tuckasegee River at Bryson City, North Carolina, in the southeastern United States. This view of the river is just immediately upstream from the river's junction with Deep Creek

Credits: Downtown Image: File License: CCASA: GreatSmokies, Tuckasegee River and GSMRR Depot Image: CC: Brian Standbury, Intro Content: wikipedia. About CCASA and CC. Some content: https://www.greatsmokies.com/downtown/

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