The Mountain Challenge - July 25-26, 2014
"It's the most beautiful place I have ever played tennis." Jim Courier, Retired #1 World Tennis Player, featured at the inaugural Andy Roddick Mountain Challenge
Art on the Hill: The Hillside Shops in Cashiers feature fine arts, crafts, jewelry, art glass and more by area artisans
Have a Wedding that will take your breath away!
A Trout Town: With some of the most well-stocked waters on the Eastern seaboard, fly fishermen and anglers come from across the country to fish our trout-heavy rivers
Wade Hampton Golf Club Home of the USGA Senior Amateur
Croquet Anyone? Lake Toxaway is home to one of the finest croquet facilities in the Southeast and home to many who play this quickly growing sport in Western North Carolina
A Testament To Time: Civil War General Wade Hampton summered here, and his "retreat" still stands as the High Hampton Inn
YOUR MORNING TEE: The sun rises over the lake on the grounds of one of the greater Cashiers area's many championship golf courses
Sapphire Valley - Celebrating 60 years!
Spring has Sprung! On the Village Green at the heart of Cashiers.
The Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the 22nd Annual Tour de Cashiers featuring high-elevation roads and spectacular Spring scenery in the heart of the North Carolina Blue Ridge mountains. This cycling tradition continues with Century, Metric and Quarter-Century rides and elevation gains of up to 10,500 feet.
Members of the Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce represent and strive for the betterment of the business, cultural and lifestyle interests of their communities. In addition, Chamber members gain access to a full range of member-only services
From members-only services that include small business development support to educational opportunities in the areas of marketing, publicity and promotion, Chamber Members gain access to a wealth of tools and resources to help support and grow their businesses.
The Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce is led by a board of directors who help formulate the policies and set the goals for the organization, promoting the area and its strengths and working to develop new and improve underdeveloped areas of commerce and community.