Manager: Charlie Kissling

Address: 1100 Carter Cove Road, Hayesville, NC  28904

Telephone: 828-389-8931   828-450-2967

 

Website:        https://www.walnuthollowranch.com

Utube:                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDYUXHsJcv8

Facebook:        https://www.facebook.com/WalnutHollowRanch

 

Hours:  RV Campground   Daily 10am – 4pm Check-in after 12pm  Check-out 11am

  Lodging    Daily 10am – 4pm   Check-in after 2pm    Check-out 11am

  Farm Store    Friday & Saturday 10am – 4pm or give us a call 828-389-8931

  Ranch Tours   By appointment

  Quiet Hours  8pm – 9am

 

 

 

WiFi Password:  8283898931                                                             

 

Pets:  Leashed at all times and you are responsible to clean up after your pet

Children:   Must be supervised at all times

Campfires: Restricted to fire rings, no out-of-state wood permitted in NC

  Firewood $5.00 small stack, $10.00 large stack, kindling $2.00

 

Trash & pet waste: Place in designated receptacles on the south-side of main building

Litter:   Cattle can eat litter accidentally while grazing, its fatal to cows and calves

Dump station:   Ask for assistance

Parking:  Park in designated areas, do not block overhead doors or driveway access

Water & electricity:  Please conserve for all guests to enjoy

 

Laundry:   $5.00 per load

Showers:   $6.00 per person per day

Bathroom:   Shared - clean up after each use

Gas Grill: $10.00 per family use (please shut off the gas valve after us)

 

Lodging:    Kitchen and bath are shared, please clean up after each use

  No pets unattended in rentals unless in a pet carrier

  Return 2 sets of room keys (on the table in the room)

  Night lights - leave on 24/7

 

Tent Campers: Pack it in – pack it out

   Bathroom, laundry, grill and electric is fee based, please pay before use

   Be aware of hazards on the farm, predators and natural risks

 

Horses:        Do not leave the water hose in troughs

  Manure and hay compost in designated area

  Load horses on the gravel to prevent slipping on the concrete

 

Activities at your own risk:

  Fishing:  Catch & release bass pond  $10.00 per person or $20.00 per family

  Hiking:  Trails are on logging roads, do not trespass on neighboring lands

   *** If the gate is closed, keep closed; If the gate is open, leave it open ***

  Swimming:  Turtle pond has a dock and ladder

                        No lifeguard on duty – Swim at your own risk

 

Grocery & Pharmacy:  Ingles 230 US-64, Hayesville, NC (828) 389-2804

 

Restaurants:  https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurants-g49203-Hayesville_North_Carolina.html

 

 

THINGS TO DO  https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g49203-Activities-Hayesville_North_Carolina.html

 

  1. 1)Bell Mountain  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY1utTZayNQ 

 220 Shake Rag Rd, Hiawassee, GA 30546

 

  1. 2)Fires Creek  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBWEH3ohlRE 

        FS Rd 1344 Hayesville, NC  28904

 

  1. 3)Chunky Gal Stables  http://chunkygalstables.com 

        1306 Hot House Rd, Hayesville, NC 28904  (828) 270-0250

 

  1. 4)Track Rock Stables  http://trackrock.com/trail-rides/ 

 202 Trackrock Camp Rd, Blairsville, GA 30512  706) 745-5252

 

  1. 5)Jack Rabbit Mountain  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOgGNSKBTuY 

 465 Jack Rabbit Rd, Hayesville, NC 28904

 

  1. 6)Lake Chatuge Dam, Hayesville NC  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaPAnvkJblA 

 Off Hwy 64 East, right on Meyers Chapel Road

 

  1. 7)Crane Creek Vineyard  http://www.cranecreekvineyards.com 

        916 Crane Creek Road, Young Harris  (706) 379-1236

 

See the website for more things to do  https://www.walnuthollowranch.com/things-to-do.htm

 

 

 

NC Agritourism Limited Liability Law:  

Under North Carolina law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.

Predator risk:  

Coyotes pose a risk for neighboring farms.  Legal hunting may be conducted during night-time hours.  Gunshots may be heard during late hours from neighboring farms.