The Welcome Center at the Otto Labyrinth Park

The Welcome Center at The Otto Labyrinth Park in the Smoky Mountains of NC

Find Sanctuary at the Otto Labyrinth Park. The definitions of sanctuary are: 1. a consecrated place where sacred objects are kept. and 2. refuge: a shelter from danger or hardship. We offer you both at the Otto Labyrinth Park & Welcome Center, sitting across the ponds from the Park.

The Welcome Center at the Otto Labyrinth Park

The Welcome Center is open in the afternoons, Monday through Saturday.

Welcome Center at the Otto Labyrinth Park

Virtual Mini Tour of The Welcome Center at the Otto Labyrinth Park

May All Who Enter Here Be Well, Be Happy! Front-door-at-Otto-Labyrinth-Park-Welcome-Center-Mountain-Valley-Center.jpg

Enter and you are greeted by the Amethyst Earth Goddess, who sends special blessing to all!
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Find Labyrinth gifts, chakra jewelry, and special crystals for you and your friends.
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Candles, Incense, Sage and Oils, oh My!

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Singing Bowls, Chakra Drums, Prayer Flags and MoreSinging-bowls-chakra-drums-feng-shui-at-Otto-Labyrinth-Park-Welcome-Center-Mountain-Valley-Center.jpg

We like Buddha, Quan Yin and All things Meditative
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Appalachian Mountain Trolls share a room with Fun Gifts for all ages
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Before you leave, treat yourself to a Gentle Touch Session with Dr. Jill on a Far Infrared Biomat. The perfect way to balance and heal body, mind and spirit!
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Click here to learn how to draw your own labyrinth

Photo Journal Of Our Labyrinth, walk a finger labyrinth, draw your own labyrinth, learn about labyrinths history and meaning. See a photo journal of our Labyrinth.

Find great labyrinth gifts on this website, See Labyrinth Gifts.

Visit the Labyrinth Park, Open dawn to dusk every day!

Otto Labyrinth Park, Otto, NC

The Otto Labyrinth Park was open to the public in April 1998. It is made of 10 tons of stone and sits in a high energy spot with a creek on two sides, a pond on the third and a hillside of mountain laurel above.

Mountain Valley Center & The Otto Labyrinth Park
43 Shambala Way
Otto, NC 28763.
Phone Toll Free 888-773-2491

The labyrinth is open dawn to dusk. After hour activities must be arranged in advance at Mountain Valley Center.
Guided tours of the labyrinth and special group activities must be arranged in advance.

We have established a non-profit organization to facilitate development of facilities at the Labyrinth. Plans include building a "screen house" with restrooms and a fireplace just beyond the pond. Plans have also been drawn up for building several cabins in the woods to accommodate visitors on site. If you would like to help us fulfill these plans by making a tax deductible contribution to the Otto Labyrinth Park Fund.

Driving Directions:

FROM THE NORTH - We are an hour and a half drive from Asheville, NC. Cherokee and the Smoky Mountains National Park are 45 minutes away. Drive to Franklin, NC and come south on 441 (towards Atlanta) approximately 7 miles. Turn right on Calvary Church Rd. Turn Left on Shambala Way.

FROM THE SOUTH - We are an hour from Gainesville, GA and 1 & 1/2 to 2
hours from Atlanta. From Atlanta, take 985 to Gainesville, then drive North East until 441 North joins the four lane. Continue on the same road to Clayton, GA and on to Dillard, GA. We are 3 miles North of Dillard. Turn left on Calvary Church Rd. Turn Left on Shambala Way.

Labyrinth Gatherings will Resume Next Spring

Winter at the Otto Labyrinth ParkIn the meantime, feel free to visit dawn to dusk and enjoy the solitude of Nature in the Winter. The Welcome Center at the Park is open Wednesday through Saturday in the afternoons.

The Otto Labyrinth Park was open to the public in April 1998. It is made of 10 tons of stone and sits in a high energy spot with a creek on two sides, a pond on the third and a hillside of mountain laurel above.

Visit our Labyrinth Page for more photos and information!

To be notified of 2018 events, join our mailing list!

Read excerpts from the Labyrinth Journal and help us maintain the Labyrinth Park and Faerie Forest!

If you have enjoyed the Otto Labyrinth Park and want to support parks like this, please make your tax deductible contributions to
Otto Labyrinth Park Fund and Journal.
or mail your contributions to:
Otto Labyrinth Park Fund
43 Shambala Way
Otto, NC 28763

Article from Rabun Laurel Magazine, May 2008

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