Chimney Rock

2.8 Square Miles / Elevation 1,096 Feed Borders the Rocky Broad River

Visitors in Chimney Rock Village outnumber the 175 year-round residents most of the time. Located in the Hickory Nut Gorge, it is a natural gap through the southern Appalachian mountains hat contains such unique geological features as the Chimney Rock formation itself, as well as many rare plants and animals.

Chimney Rock Village is about three miles long, from the Henderson County line to the town of Lake Lure. The Rocky Broad River, popular for trout fishing in North Carolina, rolls right through the village. The Rocky Broad Riverwalk follows the river, and many people enjoy picnics at Riverside Park.

Chimney Rock Park, which was privately owned, recently became Chimney Rick State Park, one of the newest NC state parks. With an elevation range from about 1,100 feet to 2,800 feet, the park is expanding to include some 5,000 acres. The 404 foot Hickory Nut Falls is among the most dramatic waterfalls in WNC. Parts of "The Last of the Mohicans" were filmed at the park.

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