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Charlotte, NC & Points South
Optional Route 1: From I-77 south of Charlotte, NC, exit I-77 onto new by-pass, I-485, and go north. This new road by-passes the city of Charlotte. Exit I-485 and go south on I-85 to Gastonia. Exit I-85 and take Rt. 321 North. Follow Rt. 321 to the first traffic light in Blowing Rock.
Optional Route 2: Continue North on I-77 through the city of Charlotte to Statesville and exit on to I-40 West. Follow I-40 West to exit 123 and go North on Highway 321. Follow Rt. 321 to the first traffic light in Blowing Rock.
Routes 1 and 2: At the first traffic light in Blowing Rock, turn left on Sunset Drive. Continue to the next traffic light, and turn right on Main Street. Continue to the next traffic light, and turn left onto Highway 221 (also called Yonahlossee Road).
Travel Highway 221 south for 1.6 miles. You will see a sign alerting you to the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Cone Manor House, and Shulls Mill Road. Turn right at this exit. Go approximately 30 feet and take the first left turn onto Shulls Mill Road.
Follow Shulls Mill Road for 2.5 miles (you will go under a stone bridge). The road is windy and traveling time will be slow. Entrance to Yonahlossee Resort will be on the right.
Optional Route 3: From Charlotte, continue north on I-77. Exit I-77 onto Highway 421 North. Continue on 421 to the sixth traffic light in Boone. Turn left onto Highway 105 South. Continue on Highway 105 South for 2.8 miles. Turn LEFT onto Poplar Grove Road. Follow Poplar Grove Road to the end. Turn left onto Shulls Mill Road. Follow Shulls Mill Road for 300 yards to Yonahlossee Resort gate house on your right.
Keep in mind that distances will seem longer than mileage indicates because of the curvy mountain roads.