Blowing Rock, North Carolina
Blowing Rock is a small town located in Caldwell and Watauga Counties, North Carolina. The town took its name from a very unusual rock formation that stands 1,500 feet above the Johns River Gorge and is believed to be North Carolina’s oldest tourist attraction since the 1930s. Overall, the local community is very amiable and in combination with the tranquility of the beautiful natural landscape will surely help you enjoy a really relaxing stay. On the other hand, if you are after explorations, you won’t be disappointed. A few of the top Blowing Rock top tourist attractions include Glen Burney and Glen Marie Falls, Moses H. Cone Memorial Park, Tweetsie Railroad, Appalachian Ski Mountain, Glen Burney Trail, Blowing Rock Art and History Museum, etc. Regarding budget accommodation, Homestead Inn and Alpine Village Inn rate among the top Blowing Rock, NC. They combine excellent economy accommodation experience with prices per room per night (2 guests) starting from under a $100.