• Magic Mountain Mini Golf

    1675 NC Highway 105 Bypass Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-265-4653
    Set along the mountainside, Magic Mountain Mini Golf, surrounded by nature and waterfalls, is a fun time for the whole family.
  • Daniel Boone Native Gardens

    651 Horn In The West Drive Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-264-6390
    Several native North Carolina plants may be viewed here for both educational and preservation purposes. You may also view the Wrought Iron Gates which were designed by Daniel Boone, VI, a direct descendent of Daniel Boone.
  • Foggy Mountain Gem Mine

    4416 NC Highway 105 South Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-963-GEMS
    Providing all the equipment needed, you will find gems from all over the world including topaz, amethyst, citrine, ruby, sapphire, peridot, garnet, smokey quartz, aquamarine, and emerald among others in every bucket you buy. They also offer jewelry settings in 14 karat gold and sterling silver, finished jewelry, gifts, and mineral specimens.
  • Footsloggers Climbing Tower

    139 South Depot Street Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-265-3544
    Outdoor climbing tower located in downtown Boone. The Tower is fun for families, friends and groups of all kinds. Color coded routes on the slabs, vertical faces and steep overhangs provide challenges for climbers of all abilities. No experience is necessary. Visit the tower for a 1 or 2 hour course or your choice of three climbs with a trained staff member belaying.
  • Bandana's Bar-B-Que & Grill

    1475 Highway 105 Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-265-2828
    Specializing in pit-smoked bar-b-que, Bandana's is a casual restaurant offering ribs, sandwiches, and side items.
  • Coffey's Restaurant & Bar

    179 Howard Street Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-264-3663
    "Redefining food and fun in Boone," Coffey's dinner menu includes such selections as a bar-b-que spiced Kobe burger, herb seared diver scallops, crispy Alaskan wild salmon, and New Zealand lamb loin.
  • Gamekeeper Restaurant

    3005 Shull\'s Mill Road Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-963-7400
    Featuring modern hand made mountain cuisine, the Gamekeeper Restaurant uses in-house wood-fire grilled smoked meats, wild game, fish, and vegetables. Most being indigenous to the area and only the freshest ingredients are used being that they are from local farmers, mushroom growers, and cheese makers. Menu selections change daily.
  • Peddler Steak House

    1972 Blowing Rock Road Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-264-4433
    Not only does the Peddler Steak House serve excellent steaks but they also serve a nice selection of seafood, chicken, fish, soups, and salads in a casual atmosphere.
  • Pepper's Restaurant

    240 Shadowline Drive Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-262-1250
    Since 1975, Pepper's has been serving the High Country delicious sandwiches, soups, salads, desserts, and entrees including shrimp, pasta, steak, and chicken.
  • Joy Bistro

    115 New Market Center Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-265-0500
    Locally owned with a small, intimate setting. Serving rustic French and Italian cuisine.
  • Beef

    276 Watauga Village Drive #G Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-265-8585
    A fun, family-friendly neighborhood pub where diners can pick from a menu that is varied and sometimes includes an Irish twist on traditional favorites. This is a great place for viewing the game with tons of televisions broadcasting an array of sporting events.
  • Wilcox Emporium Warehouse

    161 Howard Street Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-262-1221
    Over 250 merchants with wares including collectibles, antiques, art, gourmet treats, furniture, and jewelry have made the Wilcox Emporium the place to go when in Boone. It also features four featured shops and a food court with the Grapevine Restaurant and Coffey's Restaurant.
  • Mast Store's Old Boone Mercantile

    630 West King Street Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-262-0000
    Situated in a building constructed in 1913 and 1917, Old Boone Mercantile has everything from cast iron cookware and Amish rocking chairs to hard-to-find candies and clothing made by Woolrich and Columbia Sportswear.
  • Watauga County Farmers' Market

    P.O. Box 2177 Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 423-727-9370
    Open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Saturday May through October and Wednesday July through September, the Watauga County Farmer's Market features fresh produce, baked goods, cut flowers, crafts, and specialty plants.
  • Footsloggers

    139 South Depot Street Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-262-5111
    For all of your outdoor recreational needs, check out Footsloggers and their extensive selection of apparel, footwear, hiking, climbing, canoeing, kayaking, and camping equipment, maps, and other items. They also have a 35 foot climbing structure with over 4,000 square feet of climbing surface.
  • Boone Drug Downtown

    617 West King Street Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-264-3766
    Not only has Boone Drugs been a continuing independent pharmacy since 1919, but they also sell an interesting selection of gifts and have a soda fountain and a grill menu.
  • C. Clayton Thompson - Bookseller

    584 Briarwood Lane Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-265-4970
    With an emphasis on the military, C. Clayton Thompson and his wife own the largest Internet based store for new and slightly used books regarding the Civil War, Revolutionary War, World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam among others.
  • Charleston Forge Outlet

    368 NC Highway 105 Extension Boone, NC 28607 United States - Phone: 828-262-0096
    Products such as fireplace accessories, wrought iron furniture, patio furniture, gifts, and home accessories, made from over 200 North Carolina artisans, are sold at a discount price at the Charleston Forge Outlet.
  • Wildcat Flea Market & Self-Storage

    5762 Old Highway 421 South Boone, NC 28618 United States - Phone: 828-264-7757
    Watauga's largest indoor flea market, Wildcat Flea Market is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday May through October. Over 40,000 square feet includes antiques, furniture, collectibles, china, quilts, a restaurant, the Hanging Museum, self-storage units, and much more.