Open to all ages and for all legal fishing methods. Permits are available at a variety of business entities within Cherokee or can be purchased online at Fish This event is only open to KOA campground guests and the ticket for participation is .
The times of prayer and theological reflection will integrate the learning with the participants’ own life experiences. Cost includes five-night lodging for out of town participants, all activities, and some meals.
Daily activity times vary with most occuring between 9 a.m. The second Saturday of every month, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian offers a family-friendly fun day of free cultural activities including traditional dancing, storytelling, cultural arts demonstrations, genealogy workshops, hands-on craft workshops and more.
Cast your line for a chance to compete with other anglers for thousands of dollars in prizes at the Cherokee KOA Fall Fishing Tournament this October.
Fishing permits, required for Cherokee streams or ponds, are $10 per person 12 years and older.
Activities are sponsored by the Museum, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the Cherokee Preservation Foundation.