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All reviewsrocking chairsquaint shopsgeneral storechamber of commercepolice departmentrestaurant optionshardware storea great place to relaxlots of shopsstretch your legsmain streetvisitor's centerbeautiful parkday triplocal colorsplash padbiscuits
Side streets are packed so try to get a spot in the free public lot. Use the signals at the crosswalks to get across the busy street. They sometimes take a while, but better safe than sorry. Nice shops and eateries.
Black Mountain is a quintessential North Carolina town. Now, the town is mostly a tourist destination for visitors going to and from nearby Asheville. There are lots of in interesting little shops of crafts, antiques, and local arts. There's a variety of bistros, restaurants, bars,...More
While visiting Ashesville we decided (because of tripadvisor) to visit this nearby town. Are we glad we did!. It was a delight to browse, each shop was different than the next. No cookie cutter shops but unique art and jewerlry, antiques. We ate at the...More
Just returned from a wonderful stay in BlackMountin and wish I had just stayed there! The shops and restaurants and parks filled our days with fun and laughter. Sweet town. Kind people. Healthy food. Clean air. Beautiful lake. Extraordinary place to visit or live. Close...More
Beautiful town with an amazing view of the mountains from every angle.
Very close to Asheville, and Montreat.
Quaint shops, local art and antique s.
Peaceful views and rocking chairs along the street to sit .
Amazing ice cream and biscuits. We loved our time...More
We arrived a little early & hence the town was quite sleepy with most places being closed. Didn't realize that the place opens at 11 AM. We were there at at 9 AM. Hence left there to visit Jump Rock & then came back. It...More
We made a side trip from Asheville to visit Black Mountain, as a number of folks in Asheville suggested. The town has a main street that is cute, and some nice shops, but overall it seemed crowded and overly busy for such a small place...More
I am surprised by some of the reviews mentioning bad attitudes of people in Black Mountain. We spent around 4-5 hours there on an overcast Sunday afternoon, walking around, shopping, and dining. The atmosphere was pleasant. We particularly enjoyed the Sassafras bookstore, an independent bookstore...More