Preparing quality foodstuffs with wholesome ingredients, this shop in Elkin is ideal for lunch, dinner or dessert to go.
Hidden for more than a century on private land, Carter Falls is now accessible via a 0.5-mile trail (one way). Hike goes through an old-growth forest before revealing the stunning falls.
A semi-private golf club moments away from the Blue Ridge Mountains near Elkin. The course is well maintained and considered both enjoyable and challenging for the average golfer.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's delayed harvest is a popular program in which certain waters are stocked with rainbow, brook and brown trout in spring and fall.
The Elkin & Alleghany Rail Trail is a two-mile trail (one way) following the old E&A Railroad bed along Big Elkin Creek. The trailhead is at Elkin Municipal Park in the heart of Yadkin Valley, NC.
Stop in for cast iron, metal toys, car memorabilia, art glass, furniture, tobacciana, cameras, clocks, phones, NC pottery, tools, primitives and more.
Elkin E-Bikes & Stuff specializes in e-bike rentals and sales. Whether you're an avid cyclist or haven't been on a bike in years, there is an electric bike rental waiting for you.
This 25-acre park offers something for all, including swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, walking trails, bandshell, picnic shelters, playground and the Elkin Recreation Center.
This community organization is responsible for live theater, music festivals, art exhibitions and a craft gallery.
NC's first "forest bathing" trail is at Grassy Creek Vineyard. Named the Klondike Lake Trail, the one-mile trail adheres to the Japanese concept of forest bathing, meaning "therapy in nature."
Located off Business 268 east of Elkin, this 4/10-mile dirt track speedway is open Saturday nights April thru October featuring more than 80 drivers from a range of auto divisions.
Gwyn & Market sells handcrafted homegoods, pantry staples, bath & body products, stationery, cleaning products and gifts. Sustainability and ethical sourcing are top priorities.