Daily Events

Grandfather Mountain Highland Games

Make a plan now to enjoy one of our special "Daily Events" during your visit to Grandfather Mountain!

Scroll through the exciting list below to locate the events that interest you, or choose a specific date to see the park happenings on that day.

The vast majority of our events are included with your park admission fee, but some events which require a small fee to participate to ensure you receive expert guidance and knowledge from specially trained individuals. Check the cost section of each Event Listing to confirm whether any additional fees apply.

We look forward to seeing you on the mountain!


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Sep 22 2018

48th Annual Girl Scout Day

Calling all Girl Scouts! Join your fellow scouts for a fun-filled learning adventure on Grandfather Mountain. Enjoy special scout activities, presentations and a closing ceremony.

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Sep 22 2018

Bear Encounter

Get to know the black bears of Grandfather Mountain! Animal encounters provide an opportunity to see the habitat animals up close and learn about those native to the mountains of North Carolina. Animals will receive an enrichment toy or treat, and staff will be available to answer questions.

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Sep 22 2018

Eagle Encounter

Get to know the bald eagles of Grandfather Mountain! Animal encounters provide an opportunity to see the habitat animals up close and learn about those native to the mountains of North Carolina. Animals will receive an enrichment toy or treat, and staff will be available to answer questions.

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Sep 22 2018

Keeper Talk

Ever wonder what it takes to care for and train Grandfather Mountain’s amazing animals? Join the animal keepers and their furry, feathered and scaly friends in the Nature Museum Auditorium, as they discuss creature care and natural history.

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Sep 22 2018

Bear Encounter

Get to know the black bears of Grandfather Mountain! Animal encounters provide an opportunity to see the habitat animals up close and learn about those native to the mountains of North Carolina. Animals will receive an enrichment toy or treat, and staff will be available to answer questions.

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