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My wife and I stopped in on our monthly day trip. The reviews indicated the town was closed down. We visited on a Wednesday and nothing was open but Miss Kitties Hotel. There was a sign on the Saloon from the county about the water...More
We drove from Madisonville, TN to Love Valley, NC. We were very excited to visit based on their website. We drove 4 hours and 27 minutes arriving at 11:23 AM. We were the only persons on the dirt street of Love Valley. We went into...More
First of all, our gps sent us straight to a rodeo “arena,” where we asked for directions to the actual western inspired village. The lady who pointed us in the right direction was super polite and generally nice (which I’m only mentioning because of a...More
We stopped to check out the place I almost got in a fight because I was not wear western attire. It seemed a vert threading place I do no believe we would have made it out of that place with out big trouble if we...More
We went to Love Valley after a local suggested we visit. We went to go relic hunting but couldn't locate the area where we were told to hunt.
We checked out the rest of the town and found that this is a very unique place!...More
First of all, I've been interested in cowboys and cowgirls since I was a young child of the 50s. So I was really drawn to the concept of a western town in the Carolinas. However, be aware that if you don't have a horse in...More
Park the car and walk up into town: only horses & bicycles are the only transportation allowed on Main Street, so watch what you step in. If you are concerned about what you may step in, this is not the place for you. It is...More
The only thing missing here was James Arnett and Festus and Miss Kitty. An old west town totally unexpected in North Carolina. No cars allowed here- only horses -I am serious- dirt roads and realistic saloons. Great heartland meals like catfish, brisket, BBQ, Carp fries,...More
Look so interesting but was a big disappointment...most businesses was closed only bar and Cafe open
Seen it on TV couldn't wait to go and such a let down
I hate to see it shut down it was a wonderful thing that was built.
Response from donlorisgr | Reviewed this property |
We did not ask that question to the Barmaid. I would imagine via truck and dolly as far as the tavern. The Hotel or Motel is on existing roadway with vehicles coming and going directly. The General Store had... More
We did not ask that question to the Barmaid. I would imagine via truck and dolly as far as the tavern. The Hotel or Motel is on existing roadway with vehicles coming and going directly. The General Store had very little inventory for retail sales with most of the inventory dated. Those were the only existing business establishments open with all the remaining buildings either just gone or padlocked. We spent about one and a half hours on site and were the only visitors. Again, they don’t have a drop of running water because of regulations and restrictions. All drinking water is bottled. Hope this answers your question.
Lori & Don Singer