Known as a cool summer resort area in the late 1800s for those living in the heat and humidity of the low country, the small towns of Tryon, Saluda and Columbus are a year-round treat for travelers today. F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway…read more
Thousands of visitors journey to Western North Carolina each year in search of backcountry adventures, and many find their heart’s desire in the Green River Game Lands, 14,000-plus acres of pristine wilderness in Polk and Henderson counties….read more
We spent a week exploring fall fun at the First Peak of the Blue Ridge. You’ll find six of the videos on this page, so be sure to scroll down and watch them all, plus watch The Orchard Inn’s cooking demo here! We talked about scenic…read more
On the heals of downtown Tryon receiving its official designation as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places, it was also the featured town on UNC-TV’s NC Weekend program. Take a look, and then find out more about…read more
Tryon Arts & Crafts School will welcome heroes and witches, princesses and beasts, to enter the storied hinterland of the “The Enchanted Forest.” The school’s August invitational exhibition premieres alongside Artists of the Month, Ben and Beth Waddell. The free, family-friendly reception will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3, with hors […]
The public is invited to attend an opening of the Thursday Painters Art Exhibit from 5-7 p.m. Friday, July 27, at the Depot Room. This group of women has met and painted weekly in Tryon since 2009. Led by Patricia Cole Ferullo, this group of water color artists is preparing to present an exhibit of their […]
The Tryon Farmers’ Market is your source for purchasing locally grown products and handmade crafts, with a growing number of variety of vendors! We are located in Downtown Tryon every Thursday night from 4:30-6:30. Can’t wait to see you there!
The Saluda Historic Depot Theatre Troupe will present “The Gin Game” at the Orchard Inn in Saluda. The Pulitzer-prize winning two-person play, written by D.L. Coburn (1978), directed by Bill Jameson and starring Cappy Hall Rearick and Jack Milhaupt, will be held on three different evenings in August: • 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14 • 7 p.m. […]