This is a self-guided trail and starts at Grace's Sculpture Garden located in the 88-year-old Historic Walker Service Station, 136 Depot Street and is a one-mile loop.
136 Depot Street Waynesville, NC (In the Walker Service Station) Parking Available
Mini Park 177 North Main Street Waynesville, NC Grace's favorite wildflowers Bee Balm, Lady's Slipper and Butterfly Weed
Norris Professional Building 177 North Main Street Waynesville, NC Inspired by Grace's sister's disappearing chickens Private purchase
Waynesville Town Hall 16 South Main Street Waynesville, NC A people's choice winner
First Baptist Church 100 South Main Street Waynesville, NC Symbolic power of the dove Private donation
(To be installed Fall 2015) Haywood County Public Library 679 South Haywood Street Waynesville, NC
Grace Church in the Mountains 394 North Haywood Street Waynesville, NC
Panacea Coffee House (In back patio area) 66 Commerce Street Waynesville, NC Inspired by community name "Frog Level"
The Lake Junaluska trail is a loop three miles north of Waynesville. The starting point is Bethea Welcome Center, 91 North Lake Shore Drive where you can park and pick up a campus map.
The Nearby Cities Trail consists of five public sculptures in nearby cities.
The North Carolina Arboretum (In Education Building) 100 Frederick Law Olmsted Way Asheville, NC
Kiosk Building (North side of building) 499 Tsalagi Road Cherokee, NC Inspired by Cherokee Basket Weave
Chimney Rock State Park (Great Woodland Trail) Chimney Rock, NC Also includes: Helbender,Turtles, Garden Spider and Raccoon Tree
620 North Main Street Hendersonville, NC Inspired by Hendersonville's First Apple Tree
117 North Sterling Street Morganton, NC Honoring Morganton's 30th Historic Morganton Festival Inspired by Mimosa Tree
Welcome Center (Inside) 91 North Lake Shore Drive Lake Junaluska, NC Inspired by the multi-cultural décor
Welcome Center (Above fireplace) 91 North Lake Shore Drive Lake Junaluska, NC
Lake Junaluska (Near dam on walking trail) 1806 South Lake Shore Dr Lake Junaluska, NC Inspired by Lake Junaluska's first swan