Cashiers, North Carolina sits on the southern end of the Blue Ridge Mountains surrounded by hiking trails, waterfalls, Nantahala National Forest lands, and scenic views. Explore this Western Carolina community through my Cashiers travel guide with details on places to stay, fun things to do, and places to eat.
- Pronounced “cashers”
- Cashiers is an unincorporated village with just over 150+ population
- Five properties near Cashiers are listed on the National Register of Historic Places: The High Hampton Inn Historic District, the Church of the Good Shepherd, Camp Merrie-Woode, Fairfield Inn, and the Mordecai Zachary House
Cashiers Insider’s Tip:
Visit Cashiers in early to mid-October to catch the most beautiful vibrant colors of the fall mountain foilage.