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Visit Brevard – 48 Hours in the Land of Waterfalls

Places to Stay, Things to Do, and Outdoor Adventures in the Land of Waterfalls

Want to check out the SylvanSport factory store? Need to see a GO camper in person before you buy? Planning to pick up your trailer or LOFT at our factory showroom in Brevard? Turn your SylvanSport visit into a fun destination trip with the resources below! 

Brevard, NC is a small but vibrant mountain town in Western North Carolina with direct access to the Pisgah National Forest. Renowned for expansive views, breathtaking waterfalls, and excellent hiking trails. It is also home to Brevard College and the acclaimed Brevard Music Center. 

Ask locals what Brevard is known for and they might tell you waterfalls, white squirrels and great microbreweries like Oskar Blues. 

Below is some information to help you plan a visit to Brevard, as well as some insider tips from our staff! You can also schedule a product demo at our showroom in advance of your trip. The showroom is open weekdays from 9-5 and summer Saturdays in July and August from 10-4. 

places to stay

things to do in brevard: good food, good music, good adventures

Good food

From breweries and food trucks, to casual fine dining, here is a helpful directory of food options in Brevard. You can also peruse this guide to downtown Brevard

good music

good adventures

noteworthy shops to check out:

1. DD Bullwinkle 

2. OP Taylors 

3. SylvanSport Factory and Showroom

4. Highland Books

Insider tips from the Sylvansport staff

“If you’re looking for an adventure for the whole family, explore Pisgah Forest and camp at the Davidson River Campground. Take a drive up the parkway to view Looking Glass waterfall, then go up to Sliding Rock for some fun river adventures and end the afternoon with a large ice cream at Dolly’s.” 

-Florian

“I suggest going to Moore Creek Falls. It’s an easy walk to a nice waterfall and less crowded usually. After that, we’ll head to Hawg Wild for some barbecue on the way out.”  

-Casey 

 “The Cove Creek/Caney Bottom Loop Trail is a great day hike option – on the way you’ll see Cove Creek Falls and have many opportunities for swimming along lower sections of the creek. There’s even a mini “sliding rock” near the group campground – without the long lines. After a hike in Pisgah, we love going to Ecusta Brewing for food from Gordingos and a refreshing, truly local beer.” 

-Matt 

The Frying Pan Mountain Lookout Tower is a great option for those who want to see breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Typically, the views become even more spectacular during the leaf season in October. 

– Antonio