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Woodfin, North Carolina

Welcome to Woodfin

Located conveniently in North Asheville via Merrimon Avenue or I-26, Woodfin is perfect for the family or retiree who wants to live just outside of the heart of Asheville. With a population just below 6,500 people, Woodfin offers that small-town feel with all the novelties of the big city just miles away. Woodfin offers all the seasons, with the summer average temperature sitting at a comfortable 85 degrees. Woodfin is also known for its sunny weather, averaging 216 sunny days a year. In the autumn, Woodfin will grant you some of the best leaf-viewing in Asheville, especially on a nice walk along with one of the trails at the Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary. In the winter, Woodfin averages a comfortable 10 inches of snow per year.

Woodfin residents have a median age of 37 and earn a median household income of just under $37,000 per year. Median home prices sit at $184,600, which makes Woodfin the perfect town for families and retirees alike. Woodfin is also situated in one of the best districts for Buncombe County and Asheville City Schools, with Riverside Drive and Lake View being one of the most desirable neighborhoods. Continue reading below to find more information about beautiful Woodfin, NC!


Outdoor Activities

Woodfin has some of the best parks and walking trails in all of Buncombe County. Located right off of Merrimon Avenue is the Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary, and right next door to that is the neighborhood of Lake View Park. The Bird Sanctuary, which is run by the Elisa Mitchell Audubon Society, is an 8-acre area of protected wetlands. Inside the Sanctuary, there are plentiful walking trails where you can go to see birds, beavers, turtles, butterflies, and other wildlife. 

A short walk away is Lake View Park, which is a desirable neighborhood situated around Beaver Lake that is part of Asheville City's school district. Beaver Lake allows for kayaking, fishing, paddle boarding, and more. Around the lake are plentiful walking trails with different lengths that make them perfect for jogging, dog walking, or a quick family stroll. The lake and park are open to the public and maintained by wardens. Woodfin is also home to the Country Club of Asheville, which allows for ample golfing, an outdoor pool, and amazing views with a membership.


Good Eats

Woodfin is home to many tasty restaurants and bars, which is to be expected of an Asheville community since Asheville is such a foodie town. Moe's Original BBQ, Baked Pie Company, and La Carreta, which are some of Asheville's most loved eateries, all have branches in Woodfin. Some popular restaurants which are local to Woodfin include Nick's Grill, a perfect little diner for American and Greek cuisine, The Barrelhouse, an American pub with some awesome brews, and The Newbridge Cafe, a perfect breakfast and brunch cafe. If you experience dietary restrictions such as eating gluten-free, or if you are vegetarian/vegan by choice, do not fear! There are plenty of options for you as well, such as Stoney Knob Cafe, which offers something for everyone. No matter your food preference, you can find it in Woodfin!


River Arts District

Woodfin is right next door to Asheville's River Arts District. The River Arts District, or the RAD, is Asheville's hub for art galleries, outdoor activities in the French Broad River, and outdoor breweries. Come explore the streets of the RAD to find art gallery after art gallery, both indoors and outdoors. You'll find a variety of media, from basket weavers to bookbinders, to painters, to photographers, and more. Some of Asheville's most popular artists are located in the River Arts District, such as Angela Alexander and Jonathan Harrah, among many others.

The French Broad River runs right through the district, allowing for ample opportunities to get involved in rafting, tubing, or kayaking through companies such as Zen Tubing. If you'd rather sit by the river with a brew in hand, some of Asheville's most popular breweries are housed in the RAD, such as New Belgium and Wedge Brewing Company. Whether you're looking for a fun-filled day with buddies from college or somewhere to take children on the weekend, the River Arts District is bound to have something for you.

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