Jimbo’s Farm

Jimbo’s Farm

Nestled in the Nantahala National Forest, and in the southern shadows of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you’ll find ‘Jimbo’s Farm.’ It’s a 53 acre retreat that includes a 117 year-old restored Farm House with New Metal Roof, one acre trout pond, 2 settling ponds with waterfalls and mountain branch running through the entire property. There are Apple / Pear / Peach / Cherry Trees and Blueberry Bushes in meadow next to Pond. Hughes Net Internet service with wireless router available. Springtime arrives late March, when the old growth trees begin to green and daffodils start to bloom. By summer, dogwood, laurel, wild azaleas and rhododendron are in full glory. Gentle summer temperatures rarely reach 80 F while nights drop into the high 50’s. The colors of fall in this rural mountain setting make for the most spectacular viewing.

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