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Sapphire Valley Resort (FFSV) Formerly Fairfield Sapphire Valley
Fairfield Sapphire Valley - Cashiers/Sapphire, NC 28774
Sapphire Valley Resort (formerly known as Fairfield Sapphire Valley) is located between Cashiers and Sapphire, NC. This resort occupies one of the oldest valleys in NC. Whether you have a night, a week, or a month to spend in the NC Appalachian Mountains. Sapphire Valley amenities are part of the amenities for all home owners of Holly Forest, Deer Run, Whisper Lake, Falcon Ridge, Sapphire High, and many condominiums in the area. Golf Club Estates, Round Hill and Cedar Hill have the option to join for an initiation fee of only $525.
Putt putt or carpet golf, walking track and trails, basketball and soccer area, and a children's playground offer unlimited opportunities to have fun on the mountain. One of the most popular places you will find folks in the summer is Fairfield Lake. A 56 acre paradise where young and old swim, canoe, kayak, and fish. For those wishing to bring their own kayak or canoe, storage is available. Paddle boats, a small sail boat, canoes and kayaks may also be rented. Meadow Lake, Hogback Lake, and the Horsepasture River provide additional opportunities for fishing or canoeing.
If you prefer swimming in a pool, there are three outdoor and a wonderful large indoor pool. Hot tubs, a sauna, and a great exercise facility round out the recreation center. These amenities are all included for $635/year. A great bargain for unlimited hours of family fun.
Additional amenities available to the members at greatly reduced rates and at a "pay only if you play" basus are 8 har tru tennis courts, a 9 hole executive Red Bird Golf Course and Sapphire National a beautiful 18 hole mountain golf course. Special rates at Red Bird allow everyone to enjoy a golfing experience for $40/week/person for unlimited play. What a way for the family to play together and build families memories. In January you will find those folks hitting the slopes to learn how to ski. Snow boarders are welcome as well. If you are not a skier, head to the "Tuby", a fun snow tubing experience.
There are local restaurants close by whether it is Micas-open year round or the Four Seasons Grill next to the ski lift offering fabulous seafood. Asbeys serving your morning coffee and breakfast as well as yummy lunches and dinner. Just new on the scene is the Cork and Barrel offering great wines and tappas. In the Sapphire Mountain Brewing Company at the Sapphire National Clubhouse you can sip on an ale or try one of their wonderful brick oven pizzas. A fabulous spot to sit by the fire or on the deck watching the golfers come in. Osteria del Monte serves fabulous Italian fare offering a full dinner and lunch menu. One will not go hungry in the Sapphire area.
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Additional Sapphire Valley Resort Details
- Water: lake, streams, creeks, ponds
- Available Views: Mountain, golf course, stream, wooded
- Activities: Golf, driving range, tennis, January skiing, winter and summer tubing, swimming(4 outside and 1 inside), fishing, hiking trails, fitness center, exercise equipment, and spa-massages available, organized day trips, organized activities, miniature golf, game room-pool, table tennis, pin ball machines, Fairfield Lake (50+acres) for canoeing, kayaking, small sail, and swimming
- Location: Hwy 64 between Cashiers and Sapphire. View map below