500 MILES OF TRAILS


Equestrian Homesites

in the Smoky Mountains

GREAT LOCATION
Bordering the Great Smoky Mountains Park
Owner Financing Available

Special Events 2016

We have a few events at the property each year, our plans to date are listed below, do keep checking this page for up dates.   

Each week during the summer there are many special events planned in the area, please go to the Swain County web page and check out all the details.

Saturday August 27 RAIN or SHINE, festivities to start at 4pm

This year is the Centenial for the National Parks Service, The Great Smoky Mountain Park is our back yard, with 500 miles of the most beautiful trails to ride.    We at Thomas Divide would like to thank our National Park Service, and offer our support to maintaining and preserving these wonderful trails in our world.  Together with the Back Country Horseman of Western North Carolina (BCHWNC) we are sponsoring the "1st Annual Mountain Trails Festival" 

We expect 300 plus people to attend, will you be one of them?

Call Carol for more information 828 788 3648, (or email)    We will have three rooms at the farmhouse available for you to stay in,but no camping will be available that weekend.   All checks get made out to "Back Country Horseman of Western North Carolina" for tickets, and mail to Thomas Divide at P.O. Box 965, Bryson City, NC 28713.

Tickets for the Festival are $25.00 / $30.00 at the door / and $10.00 for kids 15 year and younger. Your ticket includes Pulled Boston Butt / BBQ Chicken (Both cooked and smoked on site), Beans, Slaw, Smoked Mac and Cheese, Banana Pudding, and Tea / Lemonade. We will also have Beer and Wine available for purchase.   

 

We will have all kinds of events going on at the festival including: 

BCHWNC is a local organization that works in conjunction with other Mountain Bike and Hiking Clubs in the area to help keep trails open in the Park and National Forests. We're the one's that pack chainsaws and other equipment on horses, and go back into those hard to reach areas so that all the trails can be cleared for everyone to enjoy.

BCHWNC is a chapter of BCHA , a national organization that is a Non Profit, and proceeds from this event will help us buy the proper equipment to continue to clear trails for all to use. We will also make a donation from the net proceeds to SORBA (Southern Off Road Bike Assoc.), and the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. 

Please help us make this event successful by us counting on your support........