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Harrah's Cherokee Valley Local Attraction
Located in the heart of Western North Carolina, Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River offers easy access to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee’s historic Indian villages, fish-filled rivers and museums, and the Brasstown Valley Golf Course, one of the top courses in Georgia.
With 9 million visitors a year, the nation's most popular national park is also one of the largest, offering more than 800 square miles of protected forest almost equally divided between Tennessee and North Carolina.
The Cherokee Indian Reservation blends natural beauty, rich Indian culture, and exciting family attractions into an ideal vacation destination.
Encompassing the communities of Murphy, Andrews and Brasstown, scenic Cherokee County offers a wealth of outdoor recreational activities, small town charm, and historic sites reflecting the area’s history and cultural heritage.