Arden is an unincorporated area located in southern Buncombe County, North Carolina. Arden is approximately considered the area between Skyland and Fletcher near the Henderson County line. This area is popular for it’s schools and golf courses.
Arden is home to Glen Arden Elementary school. Arden is also home to the private boys Episcopal school, Christ School.
Christ School is an Episcopal secondary boarding and day school for boys emphasizing leadership, academic study, and spiritual growth. It features a developed work program, instilling a sense of personal responsibility towards the well-being of the community as a whole. While an Episcopal school, it is open to students of all faiths and backgrounds and encourages investigative thought into all matters of spirituality.
High Vista Country Club.
High Vista Country Club offers 18 holes of championship golf with many elevation changes that will challenge golfers of all levels. Public Tee Times are available.
At High Vista you will also enjoy beautiful clubhouse facilities, breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Frankie Bones Restaurant at the Robinson Pub. Throughout the summer, enjoy the day at our Olympic size pool where food and beverage service is available from the superb Frankie Bones staff or serve up your tennis match, day or night, on one of three lighted tennis courts.
This Country Club Community offers a variety of membership levels with many amenities for golfers and non-golfers, residents and non-residents alike. There are worlds of opportunities available year-round at High Vista where hospitable members soon become good friends.
The Cliffs at Walnut Cove is a master-planned, gated golf course community for the most discriminating golfers. The Cliffs at Walnut Cove is cradled in a natural amphitheater of majestic mountains just minutes from downtown.
Bordered to the north by the Blue Ridge Parkway and to the west by the Pisgah National Forest, Walnut Cove is master-planned as a low density, private residential community that provides residents outdoor recreational opportunities without compromising the natural resources of the land.
The Jack Nicklaus Signature Course opened in April 2005. Routed through forests, streams and meadows, the golf course at Walnut Cove has been described by TOUR professionals as “perfect,” “flawless,” and “somewhere between great and spectacular.” Charles Warren, PGA Tour Professional, noted that “Walnut Cove is the most visually appealing golf course in the Carolinas. It has one of the best set of Par 3’s I have ever played. It is one of the best conditioned golf courses I have ever seen or played in my years on the Nationwide Tour and PGA Tour.”