Cashiers, North Carolina ... Come to Your Senses!
Located in the southern crest of the Southern Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina...Cashiers, North Carolina is a lush green valley 3,500 feet high surrounded by majestic mountains rising 5,000 feet.
This village is located at the intersection of US 64 and Hwy 107, known as the Cashiers Crossroads. And is conveniently located west of Highlands, just south of Lake Glenville and just east of Sapphire Valley, North Carolina.
The name of the Village is said to be derived from the gem mining
trade from the early 1900’s. Miners were paid “cash” for their gemstones
mined from the North Carolina Mountains, hence the name “Cashiers”.
The Cashiers area is an amazing place for many reasons, not the least of which is the incredible array of outdoor sporting opportunities. Many people come here for the fantastic mountain golf. With 11 different area courses totaling over 45 miles of fairway, the Highlands-Cashiers-Sapphire Valley plateau can satisfy anyone’s taste for world-class mountain golf.
Golf is the just the beginning of what there is to offer. Cashiers is on a national or even international scale when it comes to recreational opportunities in the great outdoors. Drawing visitors from nearby Atlanta and the entire southeastern United States, Cashiers is a favorite destination in North Carolina for visitors who relish a glimpse at the magnificent color on display in the fall months.
Cashiers, North Carolina - Come to your Senses!
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The 2nd Annual UCB Mountain Challenge, the major fund-raising
event of the year for Mountain Youth Charities and the new
Boys and Girls Club of the Plateau, is sure to entertain the
crowds in Cashiers on July 25th and 26th, 2014.
Tickets on Sale Now - [Learn More Here]
Start off the UCB Mountain Challenge on July 25th at the Summer Soiree with the Carolina Chocolate Drops and The Steep Canyon Rangers!
Want to play tennis with
Andy Roddick and Jim Courier?
Enter "The Qualifier"
Saturday, July 19 and Sunday, July 20