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WildAcres Retreat

1565 Wildacres Road, Little Switzerland, NC 28749
+1 828-756-4573
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Where is the Lobster?

I have been to Wildacres at least 6 times now for 1 week workshops and I think that is the only way... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2017
Jamalily
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Worth a visit

We were staying at the Big Lynn Lodge nearby and stopped by in the afternoon to see the dozens of... read more

Reviewed 15 November 2016
FredLawrence_NC
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St. Maarten-St. Martin
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1565 Wildacres Road, Little Switzerland, NC 28749
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Reviewed 5 January 2017

I have been to Wildacres at least 6 times now for 1 week workshops and I think that is the only way one can go to Wildacres. They might have individual retreats but I don't know. The is a camp for adults, so don't expect...More

Thank Jamalily
Reviewed 15 November 2016

We were staying at the Big Lynn Lodge nearby and stopped by in the afternoon to see the dozens of sculptors and artists doing what they love to do in a nonprofit mountain retreat setting that brings together muscians, artists and writers for a week...More

Thank FredLawrence_NC
Reviewed 2 November 2016

I just spent a week with the Nature Printing Society's Annual Workshop. Great hiking area with lots to see and friends getting together for the week of workshops and honing their skills printing in many different mediums. The lodges are very comfortable and clean. The...More

Thank Marilyn S
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

I was so lucky to have the opportunity to attend the 40th anniversary of the Nature Printing Society in the annual week long workshops held in the most beautiful blue ridge mountains at the wild acres retreat. It's an amazing place and a perfect place...More

Thank sproutywoman
Reviewed 1 December 2015

I had the opportunity to come to this retreat for the first time this year. It is an amazing place run by many dedicated, personable, friendly and service oriented folks. I'm hoping for a return visit sometime in the next couple of years. The views...More

Thank PineBell
Reviewed 18 April 2015 via mobile

We attended the Masonry Heater Association of North America conference here and found it to be excellent. While not having the luxury of a plush centre,the ethos of the retreat makes it an eminently satisfying place at which to stay. Fabulous food and helpful staff...More

Thank Alburdon
Reviewed 19 October 2014

I attended a workshop at the facility and could not have been happier with the grounds, work spaces and food hall. It was a treat to be removed from electronic distractions. Wi fi access is limited as well as cell phone coverage. It is possible...More

Thank 2draw
Reviewed 17 September 2014

We used to go to Wildacres when I was a child. So much has changed since then, but the old dinner bell is still there and the steps where we would have group pictures is the same. No one minded us just walking about. There...More

1  Thank wolfcreekmimi
Reviewed 4 June 2014 via mobile

We have attended two retreats at wild acres. The experience the first time was so fantastic we had to go again! The staff is so friendly. The good is great. The views amazing. Check the website for schedules.

1  Thank 59LindA60
Reviewed 22 August 2013

Wildacres is a 1400 acres retreat for civic and arts organizations, located near the Blue Ridge Parkway. It has 2 buildings for sleeping accommodations, a dining hall, and an auditorium--everything very functional yet rustic-looking. Food was plentiful and good. Map describes walking trails. Groups come...More

3  Thank wellwell
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