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August 18-21, 2017
Excite Your Senses… Come Visit Western North Carolina’s Premier Cattle Ranch
Join us for ‘The Great American Eclipse’ in Hayesville NC.

Walnut Hollow RV Campground in Hayesville NC will offer great vistas for the eclipse.
RV camping, tent camping and The Loft lodging for your weekend stay. The area offers many sightseeing opportunities.

Walnut Hollow Ranch will be in the direct path of the eclipse, one of the few places in the center path where viewers will see a total solar eclipse!

The Partial phase will start at 1:05:53pm and the totality of the eclipse will begin at 2:34:41pm and last for 2 minutes and 33 seconds.

Choose Your Weekend Package: RV – Loft – Tent
Eclipse Package Includes:
Aug. 18 – Arrival
Aug. 19 – Farm Tour 10am
Premium Black Angus Burger Cookout with Musician Tom Edwards 5-8pm
Aug. 20 – Sightsee Local Attractions & Cookout Rain Date
Check Out Our “Things To Do Page”
Aug. 21 – The Great Eclipse Pulled Pork Luncheon 12pm
“Includes Complimentary Eclipse Shades”

50amp RV $199.00 Per Couple
30amp RV $179.00 Per Couple
20amp RV $159.00 Per Couple
RV Dry Campers $139.00 Per Couple

Tent Campers $139.00 Per Couple
The Loft $339.00 Per Couple
$49. Extra Per Person
Prices + Taxes

Daily Visitors
Aug. 19 – 10am Farm Tour $30 Per Car
Aug. 20 – 5pm Cookout $24 Per Person
Aug. 21 – 12pm Eclipse Lunch $16 Per Person
Eclipse Shades Available
Prices + Taxes

Charlie Kissling
1100 Carter Cove Road
Hayesville, NC 28904

Email: [email protected]
Area attractions:


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Coordinates: 35.0338122, -83.8869725

Call For Your Reservation Today 828-389-8931

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ASAP likes to share stories of people who help us fulfill our mission. This month, in anticipation of the Farm Tour, we’ve spoken with Tom Elmore of Thatchmore Farm. Tom is a farmer who attends the Farm Tour as a visitor each year. Hear why Tom visits other farms, and purchase your pass today to attend the tour yourself on June 25-26!

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Did you have a fun time on the 2014 Farm Tour? Take a look at what the Farm Tour was like from other participants’ perspectives!


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CLICK HERE to learn more about and submit your entry or entries to our 2013 Farm Tour Photo Contest! Entering the contest makes you eligible to win could win Asheville City Market Bucks and a free pass to next year’s Farm Tour! What’s more, winning photos will be used for the 2015 Farm Tour. Deadline to submit is midnight on Wednesday, September 24.

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On September 20 and 21, 37 farms will open their doors to the public for ASAP’s 2014 Farm Tour. Before the tour, ASAP hosts an annual orientation dinner for participating farms to network, share tips and insights, and review tour guidelines. Read the rest of this entry »

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Sunburst’s Second Summer Solstice Soiree for ASAP is fast approaching – June 21, to be precise! Sunburst Trout Farms is graciously hosting the dinner as a benefit for ASAP. Tickets are going fast, so BUY YOURS NOW to enjoy dishes sure to be talked about for some time to come! Read the rest of this entry »

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Appalachian Grown

Each Thursday, ASAP’s programs take you behind the scenes of their work. This month, our programs share an insider’s look back at 2013 and ahead to the new year: The Local Food Campaign talks sticking to their BIG mission.

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CLICK HERE to learn more about and submit your entry or entries to our 2013 Farm Tour Photo Contest! Deadline to submit is midnight on Wednesday, September 25.

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Round Mountain Creamery Goats

Each Thursday, ASAP’s programs take you behind the scenes of their work. This week, our development department heard from Carrie Keller, a local food lover and ASAP supporter. She shared with us her memories of last year’s Farm Tour and her excitement about the 2013 event. After you read her tour story, we hope you’ll share yours—whether of a past experience or what you’re most looking forward to this weekend!

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Local Picnic Basket

This year, the Henderson County Farm Tour cluster is bigger and better than ever! That excites the team at Hendersonville Community Co-op, an Appalachian Grown partner retailer. While selling tour passes, Community Outreach Coordinator Gretchen Schott Cummins had a brilliant idea: stop into the store before touring farms to pick up local items for a picnic! In this post, she shares her basket recommendations.

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