This Historic North Carolina Ghost Town Would Be A Great Home To The Next State Park

On May 1, 1961, Ghost Town in the Sky brought historic fun to folks of all ages visiting the beautiful Maggie Valley and its surrounding Great Smoky Mountains National Park. While there is no talk of it becoming the next state park in North Carolina, we think it would make a great home for one. Sitting right there in the state’s natural resources makes it a delightful idea. And wrapped in the state’s love, just imagine how much greater the ghost town could become. Unfortunately, the park has been closed a couple of times and is now permanently closed. Let’s see why this former wild-west wonderland would be a great home to the next state park.

If you go to Maggie Valley today, you can see remnants of this magical place. If you think this would make a nice home for the next state park, please tell us why in the comments below.

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Address: Ghost Town In The Sky, 16 Fie Top Rd, Maggie Valley, NC 28751, USA