Riverwalk of Hayesville is a maintenance free, small town community located in beautiful Hayesville, North Carolina. Just two blocks from our historic square, this community offers the best of small town life with the convenience of shopping, dining, entertainment, and history.
Historic Clay County
Hayesville's historic red brick Court House built in 1888 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Recently renovated as an event venue, The Beal Center is located in the heart of town, hosting weddings, event shows, and historic tours. The Beal Center’s manicured lawns are the centerpiece of community festivals, celebrations, and get-togethers. Hayesville’s square is surrounded by numerous small stores, shops and restaurants connected by covered sidewalks.
From free live music Friday nights to Thursday morning farmer's market, and Chamber events such as the Grill & Chill, there is an event for everyone!
Shopping, Dining, and more
Just two blocks from our neighborhood you will find Moss Memorial Library, the Post Office, Apple Tech Support, The Copper Door, two breweries, a sports bar, the Corner Coffee and Wine shop, Peacock Playhouse, and much more. Enjoy a stroll right from your front door to history, nature, and fun! Please visit our Chamber of Commerce website to learn more about the many activities.
Nature Adventures & activities
Arts, Education, and culture
Residents of RiverWalk Community are conveniently located beside the Clay County recreational gym, with ability to access gym equipment, Pickle Ball tournaments, and paved paths around baseball and soccer fields. Enjoy two nature trails directly from the neighborhood to the Recreational Gym.
Lake Chatuge, which covers 7,200 acres with 133 miles of shoreline, lies half in North Carolina and half in Georgia and is totally surrounded by mountains. The lake offers many recreational opportunities such as boating, fishing, and camping. On any summer day, fisherman, boaters, swimmers can be found enjoying the crystal blue water together. From Bass Tournaments to simple relaxation, Lake Chatuge has it all!
Hayesville has small town charm with the beauty of mountains, lakes, rivers and streams. Opportunities for camping, biking, golf, fishing, hiking, horseback riding and water sports are plentiful.
Clay County and the surrounding areas offer a variety of continuing education and classes for all ages. From Young Harris College in Young Harris Ga to John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC, the possibilities are endless- you may just find your next big passion!
Take the two mile Quanassee Path Trail to the Cherokee Cultural Homestead exhibit and visit Spikebuck Mound, a prehistoric and historic archaeological site.