Maps and Directions
. Downtown Maggie Valley is situated near the Great Smoky Mountains, Blue Ridge Parkway, Appalachian Trail, and only 6 miles from Interstate 40, 25 miles from Interstate 26. Driving time to the commercial airport of Asheville is less than 35 minutes. Need to Travel by Plane? Visit our Regional Airport HERE.
Maggie Valley is only six miles south of I-40 at exit 20, which is 30 miles west of Asheville. Highway access is excellent, making travel easy and convenient.
From the East (Asheville/Charlotte) Take I-40 west to exit 27 (Maggie Valley). Exit on to U.S. 19 South (exit right). Stay on 19 to Maggie Valley.
From the West (Knoxville) Take I-40 East to exit 20, 276 South. Take 276 south to U.S.19 South (turn right). Stay on 19 to Maggie Valley.
From the North West (Cherokee) Take U.S. 441 South to U.S. 19 North (Maggie Valley) Go under the Blue Ridge Parkway continue to Maggie Valley.
From the Atlanta area and points south, take U.S. 441 to U.S. 23 exiting in the city of Waynesville (exit 102B). Take 276 North to U.S. 19 South (turn left). Stay on 19 to Maggie Valley.
From the Midwest: I-75 S into I-40 E
From the Northeast: I-81 S into I-40 E
From the East: I-40 W
From the Southeast: I-26 N into I-40 W
From the Southwest: I-75 N into I-40 E
From the West: I-40 E
From Atlanta: I-985 N into US 23 N to US 19 W
Drive Time To Maggie Valley:
Atlanta: 3.5 hours
Charlotte: 3.0 hours
Raleigh: 5.0 hours
Greenville: 1.5 hours
Knoxville: 1.5 hours
Cincinnati: 5.0 hours
Indianapolis: 6.5 hours
Louisville: 5.0 hours
Detroit: 9.0 hours
Jacksonville: 8 hours
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