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The Valle Crucis Community Park
P.O. Box 581
Valle Crucis, NC 28691

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2918 Broadstone Road
Historic Valle Crucis
Banner Elk, NC 28604

Howard Brafman
828-963-4954, 305-496-9492
Fred Martin
828-963-6071, 828-963-6511
John LaCapra
David Finck

Thank you for visiting The Valle Crucis Community Park website. As you may know, Valle Crucis multi assets trading platform is a small mountain community located in the northwest corner of the North Carolina High Country. The heart of this picturesque hamlet is nestled at the conjunction of three rivers - the Watauga, Dutch Creek, and Clark's Creek. It is an area of uncommon beauty with its rolling hills, pastoral valleys, and pristine rivers and streams. Although no official population statistics are available, there is a general consensus that Valle Crucis contains about 800 year-round residents.

We invite you to review at least three key pages on our website
Supporting The Park
Park News
Executive Director

The Valle Crucis Community Park is an important component of community life for our area. The Park serves residents of Watauga, Avery, and Ashe Counties in North best way to trade binary options Carolina as well as visitors from other parts of the state and nation. The Park's twenty-three acres provide an ideal setting for walking, jogging, picnicking, and fishing. Park fields are also used for several sporting events.

Here on our website you will find extensive information on the Park, our Mission & Objectives, and how we serve families and our community. The park is a haven, refuge and recreational facility of uncommon quality and character.

Along with testimonials, you will learn about our founders, the park's history, its natural history, and our community's history. You will also find numerous community links.

You will find Professional trading platform a message from and contact information for our Board of Directors and the park director.

We will also introduce "Friends of The Park", our sponsors & supporters, and explore projects we hope to accomplish in the future.

In the present, you will find ongoing activities, a calendar of park events, a description of park amenities, and information about renting park facilities, including the fees, policies & procedures associated with rentals.

The park is a private not for profit (501(c)3) institution wholly supported by donations, grants, endowments, and numerous volunteers. Here we will also ask for your support.

We hope that you will use the form available here to subscribe to our email newsletter. We also hope that you will become Facebook Friends with the park, and join our FaceBook Fan page as well.

Visit the Park Store to contribute to the park by donating memorial bricks, benches, or trees, and to purchase park apparel.

Park News, presents interesting news about the park and community.

And last but certainly not least, you will find a credits page which attempts to do justice to all the volunteers who keep the park going strong in the simple natural elegance befitting our community.

As complete, detailed and thorough as we have attempted to make this website, keep in mind that the park is of the people, for the people, by the people. It is all about people and the people of the park would like nothing better than to meet you, speak with you on the phone, or by e-mail to answer any questions you might have or just get to know you. Please get in touch.

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"To find the universal elements enough; to find the air and the water exhilarating; to be refreshed by a morning walk or an evening saunter... to be thrilled by the stars at night; to be elated over a bird's nest or a wildflower in spring - these are some of the rewards of the simple life."
~ John Burrough

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