Henderson County Travel & Tourism - This is the official site for travel and tourism information for Historic Hendersonville and the Village of Flat Rock
Visit Flat Rock - A popular area Twitter account
Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site - located approximately 3 miles from Sky Top, you can visit the home of Lincoln biographer, Carl Sandburg. There is a charge to tour the home but there is no charge to enjoy the trails or visit the chickens and goats.
Flat Rock Cinema - Flat Rock's local cinema featuring tableside dining.
When you get down the mountain, turn left onto Hwy. 225 N/Greenville Highway and go approximately 2.5 miles to the heart of historic Flat Rock and you'll find several dining options to suit your needs. Restaurant operating hours vary. If you continue north on Hwy. 225 past the Village of Flat Rock, you will reach downtown Hendersonville with a variety of restaurants to choose from as well.
Hubba Hubba Smokehouse - offering wood-fired BBQ, southern sides and fish tacos (fish only available Friday and Saturdays). Located behind Little Rainbow Row.
Flat Rock Village Bakery - the perfect spot for a morning cup of coffee and danish, a leisurely lunch with fresh salad and wood-fired pizzas or a spot to grab a bite for the road
Season's at Highland Lake - If you are looking for upscale dining featuring locally grown organic produce, Season's is a perfect choice. Take Hwy 225 through the Village and turn right onto Upward Road then look for signs on your right.
Little Rainbow Row - a collection of shops and eateries in the heart of Historic Flat Rock.
The Wrinkled Egg - Eclectic gift shop located in the old Peace Grocery Store in Flat Rock
The Cherry Cottage - Home to Portraits, Inc.
Downtown Hendersonville - Historic downtown Hendersonville is just minutes away.
Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project - supports local farmers
Buy Appalachian - Local Food Guide
Blue Ridge Grown - NC Cooperative Extension
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April - October