Clyde

Clyde North Carolina

Between Canton and Lake Junaluska, located on the Pigeon River, sits the small town of Clyde, NC. With close proximity to both Asheville and Waynesville, Clyde offers residents the luxury of quiet, small town living within a short drive to its bustling neighbors. Clyde is also home to the famous Shook-Smathers Museum. Built in 1795, it is one of the oldest buildings in Haywood County. To learn more about Clyde, visit their website: http://www.clydenc.us/.