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Welcome to White Oak Vacation Rental in Waynesville, NC.  We hope you enjoy your visit.  Please scroll through the photos and view the information below.

Quick Access List

White Oak Mailbox
White Oak Exterior
White Oak Firepit Path
Entry instructions
Horse Knocker
White Oak Trail
Check-in & Directions

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9295 White Oak Road

Waynesville, NC 28785

Check In:

Self Check-in After 2:00 PM


Please note, construction on Interstate 40 may cause traffic delays.  Please use GPS traffic enabled maps like Google Maps or Waze from your mobile device to discover alternate faster routes.

From I-40
Take the Fines Creek exit - Exit 15 off of I-40

Turn toward White Oak Rd. by passing over the Pigeon River
After 1 mile, take a sharp right onto White Oak Rd.

The last ~1 mile is on a gravel road

Veer left when you reach Dick’s Trail
Turn left onto the gravel driveway after the mailbox which shows the numbers 9295 (pictured in the sliding pictures above).
There is a chained gate after the first turn onto the driveway. Undo the chain and hang on the hook provided.  Open the gate then continue up the gravel driveway. 

Park in the driveway or utilize the additional gravel parking spaces. 

Take the path to the right side of the house and up the stairs to locate the 2nd floor side entry door.  Unlock the door by entering the last 4 numbers in your phone number.  The code is valid during your reservation times only.


Coffee & Snacks


There is a drip coffee maker available for use.  We offer starter Frac-Packs of fine grind, 100% premium Arabica coffee from Iron Brew Coffee.  Each pack makes a 64 oz pot of gourmet coffee.  Choose between the Breakfast Roast (Light/Silver Package), Carolina Classic (Medium/Red package), or French Roast (Dark/Black Package).  


Snacks like popcorn kernels, s'mores ingredients and canned goods may be available for your use.  

Convenience Center/ Trash

Convenience Centers/ Trash Disposal


Garbage Disposal

Unfortunately, due to the remote location of the home and because we do not want to attract bears with outdoor garbage bins, we do not have regular trash pick-up. 

There are FREE Convenience Center locations where you can drop off your garbage. 


Please note, all Convenience Center locations are closed on Sunday’s. If you are checking out on Sunday, please drop-off trash on Saturday so that only 1 or 2 bags remain when you check out.

Information on the Convenience Centers are listed below, from closest to furthest from White Oak Vacation Rental.  Note, holidays may impact opening dates/times.

3311 Fines Creek Road
Clyde, NC 28721


Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 7am-5pm

Distance from White Oak Vacation Rental: 4.2 miles

5082 Jonathan Creek Rd.
Waynesville, NC 28786


Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday from 7am-5pm

Distance from White Oak Vacation Rental: 11 miles

5859 Crabtree Road
Clyde, NC 28721


Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Sat., 7am-5pm

​Distance from White Oak Vacation Rental: 16 miles

278 Recycle Rd
Clyde, NC 28721


Open Monday-Saturday from 7am-5pm

​Distance from White Oak Vacation Rental: 19 miles

Fire Safety

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Do not use or burn anything in the wood stove which is located in the basement lounge area.

Please enjoy the electric fireplaces instead.

Directions to the Outdoor Gas Burner on the back deck are available by clicking here.

Fire Pit

  • Fire pit is not equipped with firewood, although there may be wood behind the shed that you can use.

  • All outside fires must be in the designated fire pit container.

  • Make sure that all fires are out prior to leaving the property or going inside the house. Do not leave the fire unattended.

  • Do not use the fire pit when conditions are hazardous (windy or under a fire ban).

  • Burn only wood in the fire pit.

  • Discover the location of fire extinguishers before using the fire pit.

  • The fire pit is not a trash can. Do not leave trash in the firepit.

  • Under North Carolina General Statute, the only burning allowed is the burning of natural vegetation, in its natural state. It is a violation of state law to burn building materials, tires, or trash.

Fire Safety


To operate the Air Popcorn Popper, follow the steps below.

1. Plug in the air popper while switch is flipped to OFF position.
2. Remove the Kernel Measuring Cup.
3. Turn ON by flipping the switch on the Base. Allow the appliance to run for about 3 minutes to heat up the Popping Chamber.
4. Turn unit OFF. Place bowl underneath the Popcorn Chute to collect popcorn.
5.  Fill the Kernel Measuring Cup (¼ cup) with popcorn kernels to the line indicated on the inside of the cup.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT overfill or pack kernels into Kernel Measuring Cup as this will crowd the Popping Chamber. Doing so may result in more unpopped kernels and cause kernels to smoke or burn.
6.  Pour kernels into the Popping Chamber and replace Kernel Measuring Cup.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT place oil, shortening, butter or anything other than popcorn kernels into the Popping Chamber.
7.  Turn unit ON. Within minutes, fresh popcorn will begin to burst out of the Popcorn Chute and into the bowl below.
IMPORTANT: If you see or smell smoke or odor, or if this appliance begins to malfunction during use, immediately unplug the cord.
CAUTION: Occasionally a hot unpopped kernel may be thrown from the popping chute. To avoid contact with hot kernels, keep children and your face and hands a safe distance from unit during the popping process.
8. When the popping slows to around 1-2 pops per second, turn unit OFF.
NOTE: Overcooking the popcorn will cause scorching and burning.
9. Allow unit to cool for 10 minutes between popping sessions so unit does not overheat.
10. Enjoy!



1. Please grill responsibly by making sure the grill is not too close to the house or wood/deck. 

2. Grilling utensils are located in the cabinet under the kitchen island.  

3. Turn off propane when finished grilling.

4. Please adhere to the "Leave No Trace" philosophy.  If you use the grill, please clean it.  If you use the grilling utensils, please clean the utensils and return to the cabinet under the kitchen island.

5.  If you use the grill and don't clean it, please leave $10 on the counter for the cleaning team.  

Grocery / Shopping

Grocery & Shopping

Food Lion: 179 Paragon Pkwy, Clyde, NC 28721 (~19 miles)
Ingles Supermarket: 630 Champion Dr, Canton, NC 28716 (~21 miles)
Walmart135 Town Center Loop, Waynesville, NC 28786 (~26 miles)
Publix124 Frazier St, Waynesville, NC 28786 (~23 miles)
Mast General Store: 63 N Main St, Waynesville, NC 28786 (~ 24 miles)

Restaurants & Brews

Please check the hours of operation before visiting.  Click the restaurant name to go to the establishment's website or social media page.  Listed here are places that the host has been to or have come highly recommended.  There are plenty of great restaurants in Waynesville, Maggie Valley, Asheville & beyond. Let me know if you discover somewhere delicious to add to the list.

Waynesville Area
Haywood 209 Cafe
Boojum Brewing Co
Frog Level Brewing

Maggie Valley Area
Joey's Pancake House
BearWaters Brewing Co - Creekside

Near(ish) in Tennessee
Bush's Baked Bean Cafe
The Woodshed



Day trips and other points of interest include:

Cherokee/Bryson City/Maggie Valley Waterfalls, Wine & More 

 - Soco Falls

 - Cherokee Indian Reservation

 - Deep Creek Trailhead in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park (Juney Whank Falls, Tom Branch Falls, Indian Creek Falls)

 - Deep Creek Winery

 - Mountain Farm Museum

 - Blue Ridge Parkway

 - Bearwaters Brewing Creekside Maggie Valley

Tennessee Excursions

 - Adventure Distilling

 - Bush's Baked Bean Visitor Center

 - Forbidden Caverns

 - Historic Harrisburg Covered Bridge

 - Dollywood / Pigeon Forge/Sevierville attractions

Goats on the Roof Alpine Mountain Coaster

Adrenaline Tours

 - Ziplining with Climb Works Smoky Mountains

 - White Water Rafting Smoky Mountain Outdoors

Casual Adventure

 - Eat like the locals for Breakfast at Ferguson Supply

 - Drive the Rattler

 - Visit Max Patch for dog friendly hiking or fishing

 - Reserve a hot mineral bath at Hot Springs Resort 


 - Biltmore Estate

 - Explore other Asheville attractions

Pisgah National Forest

 - Sliding Rock

 - Looking Glass Falls

Winter Activities 

 - Cataloochee Ski Area

 - Tube World


Other Hiking

 - Mouse Creek Falls / Midnight Hole Great Smoky Mountains

 - Clingman's Dome



Nearby Hospital:
Haywood Regional Medical Center
262 Leroy George Drive
Clyde, NC 28721

There are 2 fire extinguishers.  One fire extinguisher is located in the kitchen cabinet above the fridge and the other is in the basement lounge area.  There are flashlights and a First Aid Kit on the main floor countertop basket.  

Check Out


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Check Out:

Checkout time 

11:00 AM 

Thanks for visiting!  We hope you had a great time. 


Before you travel to your next destination, please:  

  • Wash dishes used during your stay 

  • Unplug the coffee maker & remove used filters

  • Check that all burners on the range/oven are turned off 

  • Flush all toilets 

  • Place used towels on shower floor and leave beds that were used during your stay unmade 

  • Remove trash (see note above on garbage disposal

  • Close windows 

  • Close & lock all doors.  (The door beside the dining room is locked by closing the door, then lifting up on the handle and turning the lock.)


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