Robbinsville, North Carolina
Robbinsville is quaint, little town in Graham County, located in the foothills of North Carolina’s magnificent Great Smokey Mountains, with beautiful sceneries, friendly atmosphere and where outdoor adventure abound.
Explore the beauty of Robbinsville! Aside from the nature–inspired things to do, there are also unique gift shops, galleries, farms, lodges and restaurants that can be enjoyed during your stay.
Some of the visitors fell in-love with the beauty of the place and decided to make Robbinsville their home. Visit us, explore this paradise and make great memories in this little town!
Robbinsville is the gateway to many natural and man-made attractions, including the Courthouse, Junaluska Memorial, Cheoah River, US 129: Tail of the Dragon, Fontana Dam [the highest dam east of the Rockies], the Cherohala Skyway, and the Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest.
The Dragon is popular and internationally famous destination for motorcycle and sports car enthusiasts since 1981. Known as America’s number 1 motorcycle and sports car road, famous for its 318 curves in 11 miles (18 km). The road earned its name from its curves being said to resemble a dragon's tail. The stretch bears the street name "Tapoco Road" in North Carolina and "Calderwood Highway" in Tennessee and is signed entirely by US 129 (hidden SR 115).