Here at Mt. Mitchell Golf Club, we’re so much more than a golf course. We’re ideally situated on the South Toe River, at the base of Mt. Mitchell, minutes from breathtaking hikes and only two miles off the Blue Ridge Parkway. Venture out from your home rental to explore the best of what the Blue Ridge Mountains have to offer.
New Years Party
Ring in the New Year at Hawtree’s!
7pm – Social Hour with Full Bar with Specialty Cocktails for purchase
8pm – Dinner Buffet
-Carved Prime Rib
-Honey Garlic Chicken Breast
-Southern Style Salmon Cakes
-Seasoned Green Beans
9pm – The party continues with live music and dancing until the new year!
9:30pm – Dessert and Coffee Station
Variety of sweet bites from our culinary team along with coffee and cordials
Champagne Toast at Midnight
In between your rounds, check out some other wonderful things to do around Mt. Mitchell Golf Club. Plan your family vacation, corporate outing or couples trip with full confidence that there’s always something to entertain every member of your party.
Tourists talk about the purity of these waters, the great time they had, and the whopper that got away. The locals speak about magic in this river. Whatever you come looking for, allow one of our guides to show you the best the Toe River has to offer.
For the experienced angler- fishing passes can be purchased in the pro shop. Please be prepared to present your drivers license upon purchase. Barbless hooks, catch and release, single hooks, and fly rods only. Rules on the river are strictly enforced. Poachers will be prosecuted.
For the first timer, the dabbler, or the fisherperson who just wants to take a load off and let someone else do the guiding, contact Curtis Wright Outfitters from our “Fishing” page for your guided tour.
The Mount Mitchell State Park was established in 1915 and was the first state park in North Carolina. It spans 4,789 acres and boasts trails of all distances and difficulties for hikers looking for leisure or challenge.
Mt. Mitchell stands at 6,684 feet tall and is the highest peak east of the Mississippi. An observation deck provides breathtaking mountain views with easy trails at the summit to explore the Frasier fir forest. A network of more challenging trails including a section of the Mountains-to-Sea State Trail extend into the wilderness and lead to backpacking opportunities within the Pisgah National Forest.
Park amenities include seasonal concession stands, a restaurant, picnic shelters and exhibits. The temperature at the top of the mountain is often several degrees colder than Burnsville, so be sure to dress accordingly.
Take time to explore charming and historic Burnsville. The downtown square is easy to walk and exciting to explore.
Some of our favorite things-
-Have a beer at Homeplace Brewing
-Visit, drink or dine at The NuWray Inn
-Catch a show at The Parkway Playhouse
-Tour the Toe River Arts gallery
-Visit the Bare Dark Sky Observatory