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Tickets For Fraser's Ridge Homecoming 2022 Are NOW On Sale!!

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Leatherwood Mountains is located at 512 Meadow Road, Ferguson, North Carolina.

Check out our two ticket options and what they include here

  1. Accommodations
  2. Transportation
  3. Alcoholic beverages – with the exception of  a wee dram of Cherry Bounce on Saturday night unless otherwise offered in your ticket option.
  4. Breakfast & lunch on Thursday
  5. Some workshops which require a material or instruction fee.
  6. Any other expenses you incur before, during or after the Homecoming which are not explicitly mentioned as being included in the ticket price. (See previous question.)

Yes!  After payment of the $350 non-refundable deposit, you may pay the remainder in installments in any amount you choose. Final payment must be made by July 31.

You may use any major credit card to purchase your ticket and make installment payments. Checks and other paper currency are not accepted. 

The $350 deposit is non-refundable. Any requests for refunds of other monies paid will be honored up to and including July 31, 2022. By this time, we have invested heavily in everything the Homecoming encompasses and cannot refund your money. 

No requests for refunds will be granted on or after August 1, 2022.

Please review our full refund & cancellation policy here

Yes, tickets are transferable up to seven days prior to the event. We do require that you email us if you need to transfer a ticket or tickets.

How much time have you got? All of our workshops are historically or Outlander based. In fact, we’ve got more workshops than you’ll possibly have time in which to participate. The good thing is that you get to pick and choose which of them are the most important and best suited to you. This way you get to make your own schedule based on your workshop preferences.  Most workshops will require an instructor and/or materials fee but there will also be some free workshops offered. A tentative listing of workshops will be posted soon.  

Registration for workshops will begin August 21, 2022.

Workshops will begin as early as 11:00 AM on Thursday, October 20 and will continue on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22.  A schedule will be released prior to workshop registration.

Not entirely. It’s a work in progress but many of the activities, workshops, entertainers, meals and other things have already been decided and confirmed. Please review our full website for what’s been confirmed so far. 

Please note that appearances, workshops and the itinerary is subject to change without notice.

Truly as early as you want, depending on your lodging situation. We recommend arriving on Wednesday, October 19, to give yourself time to get settled in before a full three days of fun. Check-in for the Homecoming itself won’t begin until Thursday, October 20, at 9:00 AM.  

No. We like to keep the family feel of the Homecoming. That can only happen when the same folks are together over an extended period of time. Life-long friendships are formed in this type of setting.

Check it out HERE. We’re excited!

Our special guest will be doing a Q & A plus photo ops and autographs on Saturday, October 21. 

In addition to the Q & A and photo/autograph opportunities during the day on Saturday, our special guest will be with us at the “Celebration at Fraser’s Ridge” on Saturday night, October 22. At other times throughout the Homecoming, it will be entirely up to him/her and at their discretion. You never know…you may find yourself sitting next to one of them at a workshop or other activity.

Yes! Parking is available in designated areas. 

A majority of the facilities at Leatherwood are handicap accessible. The exception is the Hendrix Cabin near the entrance to Leatherwood. This cabin is over 200 years old and isn’t rented out for lodging but is used for other purposes. We will be using it a few of the workshops throughout the weekend. If you have accessibility needs, please include that information when purchasing your ticket.

Probably not. The majority of the cabins are up the mountain. Designated parking will be available for workshops, meals, activities, etc. which will all be down the mountain. You can certainly walk between the different locations down the mountain.

No, but we do highly recommend it!! Cabin sharing at Leatherwood has become a popular option to help defray costs and wonderful friendships have been forged because of it! Leatherwood also offers camping sites! Check the “Lodging” tab in the main menu to see all of the lodging options not just at Leatherwood but elsewhere.

If you must stay elsewhere, please allow extra driving time as travel, especially at night, can be hazardous. 

If you’d like to stay at Leatherwood, you will need to book directly through them. Call 1-800-462-6867 to book. If nothing is available at Leatherwood, check out our lodging information page. .

Both the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte and the Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro are approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes away from Leatherwood Mountains Resort.

As much as we’d love to spend that time getting to know you, our budget won’t permit us to provide transportation. We suggest renting a car. Besides, you will need it to get around.

No. We simply don’t have the resources. You will need to provide your own transportation to and from your lodging. FYI: Uber & Lyft are not viable options in the Carolina backcountry. 

No. You will need to have your own transportation to and from your cabin to the center of activities, entertainment, meals and workshops. You can plan on driving anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes if you rent a cabin at Leatherwood, which we highly recommend, or if you participate in our cabin sharing program.

That depends on what you want to do and what you sign up for. The center of activities, the buildings and other areas where the workshops, entertainment, meals and other things will take place is somewhat spread out but definitely within a comfortable walking distance from each other.

The scheduled “walks” are, of course, longer and a bit more strenuous. Transportation to the starting point of a couple of the walks will be provided by way of a hayride.  Descriptions of each walk will be provided prior to workshop registration and will indicate what level of endurance you might need before signing up. 

We love kids and we are friendly but, this is an adult-only event. Children are welcome to accompany you at your accommodations but we are unable to allow them to accompany you during the various activities, meals, etc. unless there are extenuating circumstances. In the event of an extenuating circumstance, a request must be made to and approval granted by the Homecoming team. 

NO pets are allowed at any of the scheduled workshops, presentations, demonstrations or meals at the Homecoming . Exception: Registered service animals only.

You should check with whomever you have accommodations with regarding pet-friendly spaces.

That would be Wilkesboro, which is approximately 30 minutes from the Homecoming venue. You can check out their business directory here.  And their tourist information here.

No, we don’t but we do highly recommend you get your own. Please see our refund and cancellation policy here for more details.

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