Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, just minutes from Asheville, North Carolina, Ridgecrest Conference Center is a secluded retreat center known for its tranquility. Natural stone buildings and thick mountain laurel create a restful charm throughout the campus. The sunrises are spectacular, with ambient colors reflecting off the mountain mist. Ridgecrest’s beautiful 1,300 acre campus climbs from valley to mountaintop, offering elegant comfort in guest lodging and meeting space for over 2,000 people.

Peaceful and beautiful, you can relax in your room, stroll around the campus, or stake out your Rocking Chair while staring out across the mountains. Better yet, grab a couponing buddy and organize those binders or files.

All this while learning home decor tricks, savings tips, and meeting new friends.


Ridgecrest is located 17 miles east of Asheville, North Carolina, on Interstate 40, at Exit 66.

1.  From Interstate 40, take Exit 66 (Ridgecrest).
2.  Turn left (if traveling east) or right (if traveling west) onto Dunsmore Avenue
3.  Turn right onto Old U.S. 70
4.  Ridgecrest is on the Left

*Please note:  Physical address does not work in most GPS systems and mapping programs, please use the turn by turn directions provided above.
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2 thoughts on “Location

  • July 16, 2014 at 3:45 pm

    Hello – My daughter and I are registered for the confrence and really looking forward to it. We have 22 days 15 hours and 17 minutes until we plan on leaving out.( LOL can you tell we are ready to get away??? ) My question is will we be eating in the cafeteria or how is it that the meals are served.

    • July 16, 2014 at 7:06 pm

      22 days? YIKES!! So much to do. :)

      Yes, the meals are served in their cafeteria with many varying buffet lines and food choices.


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