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Asheville/Waynesville, NC in December

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Our extended family (ages 8 - 80) will be taking a trip to NC from Dec. 21-Dec. 28. We are staying in a cabin in Waynesville, but plan to spend most of our time in the Asheville area. I would like suggestions on places to visit that will appeal to kids, adults, and seniors (Not necessarily all at once!). One of my biggest questions is whether the shops, galleries, drives, etc. will be open during that time of year. Will we have a chance to see snow?

A few of us love hiking through the woods and exploring nature, while the rest enjoy antiquing, shopping, crafts, etc. We all love to eat, so any suggestions on special restaurants will be much appreciated. I am also wondering if there is anything of interest to do in the Waynesville area. I looked at their website, but didn't really see much.

We plan on going to the Biltmore House and the Grove Park in to see the gingerbread competition. I look forward to any suggestions!

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