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818 East King Street
Boone  NC  28607  USA
LAT: 36.217709 LONG: -81.66212
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (828) 264-4234 Fax: +1 (828) 264-4104

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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Boone, NC

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Find Plenty of Things to Do in Boone, NC

When you choose the Country Inn & Suites Boone, NC as your home base, you place yourself near plenty of things to do in Boone, NC.

Enjoy these local events:

Hickory Ridge Living History Museum
Saturday mornings, May-Oct and Tue-Sun evenings, mid-June-mid-August
Hickory Ridge Living History Museum, located on the grounds of "Horn in the West," is an 18th-century living history museum highlighting the daily lives of the area's mountain ancestors. See live demonstrations of various pioneer skills, such as hearthside cooking, flintlock rifle, blacksmithing, spinning and weaving.

First Friday Art Crawl in Downtown Boone
Explore downtown shops, galleries and businesses and take in art, refreshments and live music during First Friday Downtown Art Crawl.

Watauga County Farmers Market
Saturdays May 3-Oct 25
Find farm-fresh produce, meat and whole foods at Watauga County Farmers Market in Boone, Saturdays, May 3 through Oct 25, rain or shine. Park on site at 591 Horn in the West Dr.

Boone Bike Rally
Annually in May
Enjoy camping, a swap meet, competitions, bike games, wet t-shirt contests and live entertainment. Visit for more information.

Concerts on the Jones House Lawn
Fridays Jun-Sep
Catch a free concert in downtown Boone, 5 p.m. on Fridays, June through September, on the lawn at the Jones House at W. King Street. Arrive early to find a spot for your lawn chair or blanket, and perhaps bring a picnic. See for information on who's playing tonight, or call +1 (828) 262-4576.

Fourth of July Parade in Boone
July 4
The Town of Boone's annual Fourth of July parade through downtown starts at 11 a.m., running east to west along a six-block section of King Street, from the junction of highways 421 and 105 to Poplar Grove Connector St.

Independence Day at Hickory Ridge Living History Museum
July 4
Hickory Ridge Living History Museum hosts the Burning in Effigy of King George III, beginning at 5 p.m. Activities include the reading of the Declaration of Independence, the reading of 13 toasts to 13 colonies and the recitation of King George III's eulogy.

Boone Heritage Festival
Oct 11
Enjoy a full day of celebrating Appalachian heritage with living history demonstrations, "yarn-spinners," music jams (bring your instrument), and old-time and bluegrass music, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct 11. Learn flatfoot dancing, hear award-winning musicians and storytellers, and watch historical interpreters in period clothing demonstrate 18th century skills such as spinning and weaving, and throwing a tomahawk.

Haunted Horn
Oct 31
Haunted Horn tours begin at 7:30 p.m. Oct 31 and continue throughout the evening, for ages 12 and up, at 591 Horn in the West Dr. in Boone. Haunted Horn is a production of Appalachian Educators of ASU, and Southern Appalachian Historical Association with proceeds supporting these organizations' educational programs and the Angel Tree.

Ski slopes open at 9 a.m.
Nov 21
Appalachian Ski Mtn.'s Sugar Mountain, Beech Mountain's 53rd season is scheduled to begin Friday, Nov 21 with weather permitting.