Elevated Creek Park

Elevated Creek Park, at 3732 Soco Road, is now open for public use. This park is located behind Elevated Mountain Distilling Company and has a picnic shelter, creekside walking trail, educational signage and cornhole boards for public play and enjoyment by Jonathan Creek.

Moody Farm Road Sidewalk

The Moody Farm Road sidewalk offers walkers and joggers the opportunity to create a loop with the Soco Road sidewalk or just enjoy a peaceful walk out and back with creek views and low traffic.

Parham Park

Parham Park, at the western intersection of Moody Farm Road with Soco Road, offers residents and visitors the opportunity to picnic either under the shelter on site, or by the creek. This park also has a fishing pier, walking trail and creekside benches.

Jonathan Valley Elementary Creek Entrance

This area was created to serve as both an outdoor classroom for Jonathan Valley Elementary School and also to be a lower access point to Jonathan Creek.  You may access it from Hall Drive off of Highway 276, Jonathan Creek Road.

Mary Rathbone Rich Park 

Mary Rathbone Rich Park, located at 4538 Soco Road, is now open for public access. This park contains a picnic shelter, walking trail, educational signage, creekside benches and a rain garden.

Town Hall ParkLocated behind Town Hall, at 3987 Soco Road, is Maggie Valley’s oldest public park with a picnic shelter, walking path, playground, basketball court and horseshoe pits.

Todd & Ruth Henry Park and Greenway

This .3 mile looped greenway is located behind Maggie Valley United Methodist Church at 4987 Soco Road and is also home to a portion of the community garden with grape vines and bee hives.

McCracken Corner Park

McCracken Corner Park is located at the eastern red light intersection of Moody Farm Road with Soco Road.  It is a great picnic location with tables, grills and pergolas and offers another vehicle parking area for you to access the Town’s sidewalk system and other parks close by.

Mountain View Creek Park

This .3 mile creekside greenway park, located on Mountain View Drive near Maggie Valley Club, is planted with native southern Appalachian under-story vegetation.  You will be able to access Jonathan Creek at two entry points, enjoy eating at ADA accessible picnic tables with grills, and learn about creek and river ecosystems by reading educational signage.

Our community gets its name from Maggie Mae Setzer. Her father, John "Jack" Sidney Setzer founded the area's first post office and it was named after one of his daughters. Each summer, Setzer descendants come from all over the country for a large family reunion in the historic valley.