Take a look at all the activities that Weaverville has to offer.

Stay closer to downtown and visit our local parks and enjoy our local tailgate market, or be adventurous and take a hike, go fly fishing, or take in some local history. We’ve got loads of options to keep you busy!


Like Asheville, Weaverville in the 1800s was home to grand hotels, such as the Dula Springs Hotel and Blackberry Lodge, where Low Country visitors could escape the heat and pestilence of Southern summers.

Author O. Henry spent some of his last days here, regaining his health before returning to New York City and squandering it again. Weaverville College, later renamed Weaver College, contributed a defined element to our small town for 60 years until it closed in the ’30s.

The creation of Lake Louise, gifted to the town by Louise Moore Hornaday and her husband in 1936, made Weaverville an idyllic destination in the country.

A year earlier an entrepreneur by the name of Rex Howland built a trolley line that could carry hotel guests and day visitors the six miles from Asheville to Weaverville’s downtown for 35 cents, and in only 45 minutes.

Regrettably, Howland’s trolley line ceased operation little more than a decade later, but Weaverville’s reputation as a resort destination was established.

Six generations of Weaverville natives have been joined by transplants who share their town pride. Our town of 4,000+  boasts several active civic groups, including those dedicated to beautification. Since 1990, the city has been named a Tree City USA every year. Today visitors come for our personal lifestyle as well as for the healthful mountain air and scenery. The grand hotels are gone, but the bed and breakfasts are thriving. The arts are blossoming as never before. Good food, good music, good shopping and a good rest are the legacy of Weaverville’s evolution.

With a tradition of hospitality, you will find fun events and plenty to see and do whatever season you visit Weaverville


Weaverville is located just minutes north of Asheville along the new Interstate 26. Take exits 18, 19, or 21 and follow the signs to downtown. Lake Louise is located just South of downtown on Weaverville Highway/Merrimon Ave. (BUS 25). Regional destinations such as Hot Springs and the Blue Ridge Parkway are just a short, scenic drive away!

Claire Hunn – Beverly Hanks Realtors

Services Real Estate & Legal
  • Phone: 828-242-2795

Lake Louise Retreat

Places to Stay
  • Phone: (214) 668-2508

Blue Mountain Hideaway

Places to Stay
  • Phone: (214) 668-2508

Hoppy Trees Beer and Spritz Bar

  • Phone: 828-484-8269

Prescription Pad of Weaverville

Beauty & Wellness Dining Shopping Services
  • Phone: 828-484-7800

Well-Bred Bakery & Cafe

  • Phone: 828-645-9300

Pear Tree Cabin

Places to Stay
  • Phone: (828) 713-8911

Emerald Ridge Farm & Event Center

  • Phone: 336-480-6423

Barn Loft

Places to Stay
  • Phone: 828-776-7380

Fian Arroyo Illustration, Inc.

  • Phone: 305-790-6244

West Family Funeral Services

Services Home
  • Phone: 828-645-3011

Mountain History and Culture Group

Entertainment Things to Do
  • Phone: 828-645-6706

Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore – Weaverville

  • Phone: 828-484-9432

Weaver House

  • Phone: 828-484-3110

Weaverville United Methodist Church

Services Home
  • Phone: 828-645-6721

Financial Planning

Financial and Insurance Services
  • Phone: 828-210-3826

Eluvium Brewing Company

  • Phone: 828-484-1799

Honey and the Hive

  • Phone: 828-484-9466

Woodfin YMCA

Beauty & Wellness Services Things to Do
  • Phone: 828-505-3990

Miya Gallery

Shopping Studios
  • Phone: 828-658-9655

Aabani Salon

Beauty & Wellness Shopping Services
  • Phone: 828-484-8488

5 Little Monkeys Quilt & Sew

  • Phone: 828-484-7200

Weaverville Pet Pantry

  • Phone: 828-484-9247

Blue Ridge Daylilies

Shopping Things to Do
  • Phone: 828-676-4300

Trout Insurance Services, Inc.

Financial and Insurance Services
  • Phone: 828-279-4681

Allstate Brian Davis/The Tarrants Agency

Financial and Insurance Services
  • Phone: 828-658-2295

Weaverville Art Safari -Fall Tour – November 2 and 3, 2019

Things to Do
  • Phone: 828-338-9335

Edward Jones – Financial Advisor: Bill Boughton

Financial and Insurance Services
  • Phone: (828) 645-0341

Attorney Norman C. Riddle

Business Services Services Real Estate & Legal
  • Phone: 828-658-0077

Curtis Wright Outfitters

Shopping Services Home Things to Do
  • Phone: 828-645-8700

Art Accents Frame Shop and Gallery

Shopping Services Home Studios
  • Phone: 828-658-9133

Snider & Associates, CPA’s PC

Business Services Financial and Insurance Services
  • Phone: 828-278-9190

Dry Ridge Family Medicine

Beauty & Wellness Services
  • Phone: 828-645-7974

Dry Ridge Inn Bed and Breakfast **** Weaverville’s only Full Service Bed and Breakfast. ****

Places to Stay
  • Phone: 828 658-3899

Mountain Massage Studios

  • Phone: 828-545-1360

Mangum Pottery Studio and Gallery

Shopping Studios
  • Phone: 828 645-4929

Twisted Laurel Weaverville

Dining Breweries
  • Phone: (828) 645-2700

Weaverville ABC Store

Shopping Breweries
  • Phone: (828) 645-3399

Well-Bred Bakery & Cafe

Dining Shopping
  • Phone: 828-645-9300

Weaverville Realty

Services Real Estate & Legal
  • Phone: 828-658-0700

Weaverville Eye Associates

Beauty & Wellness Services
  • Phone: 828-658-0564

Reems Creek Nursery

Shopping Services Home Things to Do
  • Phone: 828-645-3937

Inn on Main Vacation Rentals

Places to Stay
  • Phone: 877-873-6074 or 828-645-4935

Glass Onion

  • Phone: 828-645-8866

Blue Mountain Pizza

Entertainment Dining Breweries
  • Phone: 828-658-8778