Burnsville Anglers is located in Burnsville, North Carolina, one of Western North Carolina's river towns'. The small town of Burnsville, Mars Hill, Spruce Pine and Green Mountain offer their own special fisheries with a slower pace and rural, mountainous landscapes. Activities in Burnsville focus on the outdoors including mountain biking, hiking, rafting, horseback riding, farming and of course fishing.
Only 25 miles away from Asheville, North Carolina which offers an electric, culture and more vibrant getaway.
We would like to share a few of our favorite places, that way you and your group or family can make the most of your visit in our neck of the woods.
Burnsville is the county seat for Yancey County, offering a variety of attractions and arts.
Just a stone throws away from Penland School of Crafts, which is an educational center for arts and crafts for all ages. Penland holds one-, two- and eight-week workshops for a variety of different arts including clay, drawing, iron, glass, metals, photography, textiles, weaving, wood and more!
Visit Appalachia Coffee for your local, wake me up cup of joe and enjoy the fresh deli sandwiches for lunch. Get there early for lunch or you might be waiting outside the door for this one.
Looking for a handcrafted sandwich that is made fresh? Visit the Amish Deli to pick up a delicious sandwich before or after fishing with Burnsville Anglers, while you're there, enjoy browsing the large selection of craft and food items they have for sale.
Looking for a a good local, Western North Carolina sweet barbeque? Stop by Bubba's Good Eats Barbeque to treat your tastebuds to a list of delicious entrees. The barbeque is freshly smoked and Bubba will fill your plate up for the liking!
Yancey County Farmers Market has very fresh produce every Saturday from 8:30am to 12:30pm. Offering seasonal vegetables, fruit, honey, goat cheese, fresh eggs, pork, backed goods, jellies, pickled veggies, and more. Stop by the Farmers Market in downtown to pick up your fresh produce!