NC Trail Days
The NC Trail Days Festival celebrates the great outdoors in Elkin, a trails town located on the Yadkin River in the Blue Ridge foothills of the Yadkin Valley.
Hike. Bike. Climb. Run. Paddle. Explore. This first-ever festival offers a wide variety of outdoor activities from May 31-June 2, 2019.
The schedule of events includes the Stone Mountain 5K Trail Race, guided local hikes on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail, Overmountain Victory Trail and at Stone Mountain State Park. Paddling events and a family flotilla take place on the Yadkin River, along with guest speakers and workshops, evening entertainment, a Trail Days parade and much more.
NC Trail Days are a great opportunity to experience the many outdoor adventure options that make Elkin a true trails town. Check out the array of festival activities and then review the lodging options in Elkin to book the best lodging options convenient to all the fun.
To learn more about the trail systems in Elkin, visit the Elkin Valley Trails Association website by clicking here.
Pilot Mountain Pig Out: Food Truck Rodeo & Beer GardenJun 22, 2019 11 a.m.
Pilot Mountain 124 W. Main St, Pilot Mountain, NC 27041
Indulge in good food, sip craft beer and listen to live music at this food truck rodeo in the heart of Pilot Mountain.124 W. Main St
Cornshucking FrolicOct 19, 2019 10 a.m.
Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, 308 Horne Creek Farm Road, Pinnacle, NC 27043
This harvest festival includes numerous demonstrations, activities, bluegrass and gospel music, and country cooking.
NC Trail DaysJun 1, 2019 8 a.m.
Throughout Elkin 257 Standard Street, Elkin, NC 28621
The NC Trail Days Festival celebrates the great outdoors in Elkin, a trails town located on the Yadkin River in the Blue Ridge foothills of the Yadkin Valley.257 Standard Street
Independence Day Parade and Fireworks in Mount AiryJul 4, 2019 10 a.m.
Downtown Mount Airy 200 N. Main St, Mount Airy, NC 27030
Prior to the parade, listen to a reading of the "Declaration of Independence" in the courtyard of the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History (corner of Virginia St. and N. Main) as well as face painting, a clown, and balloons.200 N. Main St