About Black Mountain
Black Mountain is truly the Little Town that Rocks! And there are many rockers around this quaint village to do just that.
Within a mile of the gate, residents can enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center with an indoor pool, equestrian stables, nearby healthcare, a coffee and wine bar, and two restaurants – and a little ways further, a grocery store, art museums and galleries, one-of-a-kind shopping and over 30 unique and delicious restaurants in addition to many bakeries, desert and coffee establishments, and fast food restaurants.
There are innumerable outdoor activities to enjoy in the area the most popular including hiking, trout fishing, biking, kayaking, and rafting, and there’s even a disc golf course!
Located at the southern end of the Black Mountain range of the Blue Ridge Mountains, you can enjoy spectacular mountain views from about anywhere in town or the surrounding area including The Settings! The Swannanoa River runs through town and the Lake Tomahawk Recreation Park is just up the street from the town square. There are many great places to take a walk especially along the extensive greenways, with more planned.
Black Mountain was recently voted by Trip Advisor as one of the “Prettiest Small Towns in America to Vacation.” Romantic Asheville named Black Mountain one of the coolest small mountain towns near Asheville, “a quaint village that rocks”. Oprah ranks Black Mountain #8 on her list of “Charming American Towns You’ve Never Heard of But Should Visit ASAP”! And Southern Living Named Black Mountain one of the best mountain towns in 2020.
Our State magazine described the town as having “…a lively downtown rich in good food, cultural arts, and friendly faces. A perfect destination for a day trip – but you may find yourself wanting to pull up a rocking chair and stay in this mountain town much longer.”
Take a tour: Explore Black Mountain – courtesy of ExploreAsheville.com.
Hear a warm Welcome Message below from the Black Mountain Chamber of Commerce to find out more.