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Hendersonville Parks and Recreation

Appalachian Trail Conference maintains the 2,160-mile Appalachian Trail footpath and helps manage the lands that protect it.

Applachian Trailplace Your most complete informational site for hiking the AT. VisitTrailplace.com to get advice, share information and learn aboutservices and issues associated with the AT.

Blue Ridge Bicycle Club Whether you ride the parkway or the trails, this club has numerousplanned rides with experienced leaders. Asheville has some great placesto ride - come learn some new routes with the BRBC.

The Blue Ridge Parkway This guide has hundreds of milepost listings, a comprehensive trailindex, lots of pictures and historical notes about the parkway.

British Car Club of Western North Carolina This club began in 1994 and has grown to over 60 members who like toshare their enthusiasm and favorite car wax formula for their Britishsports cars.

Chess Club meets 6:00 to 8:00pm Thursdays at theHendersonville First Presbyterian Church. Open to adults and childrenwith adult supervision of all levels. No Charges. All chessboards andother supplies provided. For more information, call 828-669-3829.

Green River Community Association
The Green River Community Association was established in 2007to promote unity within the community and a provide a voicein support of community interests such as the existingLibrary and the need for recreational facilities.

Henderson County Aquatics Team
HCATS is a summer swim team that is part of the Mountain Swim League.The season runs from May 27 to July 26 and practice is at Patton Pool.We are a non-profit, parent run organization. Children ages 6 to 18 arewelcome. Many of the Henderson county kids that went to the NCHSAAState Swim meets have swam with HCATS, including all of the WestHenderson Boys team that won the State Meet. Some of our previousswimmers have gone on to compete in colleges also. We think this is agreat introduction into competitive swimming and wonderful for allkids. Kids are able to learn the correct stroke techniques forswimming, build self-confidence, build friendships, and have funcompeting with other area teams. Several HCAT swimmers graduate andcome back to coach for us. We all have a great time, kids and parentsalike.

National Girls and Women in Sports Day, held at UNC-A, is a community event designed to expose women and girls to a variety of activities to inspire them to lead active, healthy lives.  For more info, or to register, contact Allison Dains at 828.350.2058 or [email protected] See you there!

North Carolina National Forests Hendersonville is located just a stone's throw from two beautifulNational Forest, Nantahala and Pisgah. For a weekend of hiking orbiking, a camping adventure, or a Sunday drive, visit this site forinformation on what to see and do as well as maps of the forests.

Out There Get out there! A group of local folks encourage you to join them for all types of outdoor activities.

Trout Unlimited Land-of-Sky Join this group of anglers and conservationists as they seek to protectarea trout and their habitat. There are numerous scenic trout streamsin the area; TU members can tell you where to cast your fly!

WNC Nature Center was voted "best place to take kids" in Western North Carolina; however, old and young alike will enjoy observing the butterfly garden, encountering the red wolf, mountain lions and bobcats, petting the farm animals, and exploring the interactive Nature Lab.

WNC Racing Pigeon Club meets monthly and has two pigeon racing seasons each year.

Western North Carolina Sierra Club has monthly meetings offering educational speakers. They also have planned some awesome hikes in our beautiful mountains.

Women Outdoors offers womenthe opportunity to meet other women who share an appreciation for theoutdoors. They have monthly meetings and offer a variety of outdooractivities.

YMCA of Hendersonville and Henderson County Call to find out about the exciting programs they offer. 828-692-5774

Asheville Area

Asheville Area Ultimate Club meets three times weekly to have fun and ultimately throw their discsaround. Visit their site for more on scheduling and to view lots ofultimate action shots.

Asheville Chapter of American Singles Golf Association-ASGA meets at 5:30pm first Thursdays at Trevi, 2 Hendersonville Rd., Biltmore Station. For more information, call 828-299-0813.

Asheville Lacrosse Claiming tohave two game seasons a year, these guys never let up! I should know,my husband plays on the team! If you want great exercise and goodfriends, come out to throw the ball with the team.

Asheville Track Club For those who like to run around, all ages and abilities welcome. Visitthe site for more info on the exciting First Annual Mount Mitchell toBlack Mountain Marathon Challenge!

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