Buffalo Creek Vacations really is in the middle of it all! Whether going to Asheville to enjoy all of it’s many charming local breweries, or other local attractions like the Biltmore Estate. If adventure is more your style, you can do that as well in Asheville at Treetops Adventure Park. If visiting the The Great Smoky Mountain Railroad is on your bucket list, then that is also conveniently located just 40 miles west of us.
With the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains providing visitors a magical natural backdrop to the town of Asheville, North Carolina. There are so many great things to do and see in Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. There is something for everyone – including rafting, museums, shopping, performing arts, galleries, and tours in Asheville and many surrounding towns.
Asheville Regional Airport may be tiny, but it’s well-serviced by Continental, Delta, United and US Airways. Asheville has nonstop service to Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Newark, New York LaGuardia, Orlando (Sanford) and Fort Lauderdale.
Asheville can be accessed from east and west via I-40, I-26 to the southeast, I-23/19A to the north and west, and I-240 circles the city. The spectacular Blue Ridge Parkway also winds its way through Asheville and into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.