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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
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828-963-4954, 305-496-9492
Fred Martin
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828-963-6071, 828-963-6511
John LaCapra
Treasurer
828-963-9440
David Finck
Secretary
828-963-6504




Refuge & Recreation


The park is a special place of refuge and recreation for families and children in the valley. The spirit, atmosphere, playground equipment, walking trails, shelters, pavilions and amenities are all of the highest caliber, and the setting pristine and unique. The Park is situated on the banks of the Watauga River, which also provides for toe dipping, bathing and fishing. Above all the park is our village square, where members of the community meet, enjoy each other's company, enjoy their children, grandchildren, the wildlife and the great outdoors.

The paved walking trail is flat and comfortable for adults and children riding their bicycles, skating and skateboarding. Fishing is permitted in the pond and in the Watauga River, but swimming and wading are allowed ONLY in the river. Basketball courts, soccer fields and restrooms are located at the western end of the park. The scenery is breathtaking, the flora and fauna varied. The park has been named one of the best places in North Carolina for bird-watching because of the diversity of environments in such a compact area.


"With a few flowers in my garden, half a dozen pictures and some books, I live without envy." ~ Lope de Vega

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