The first edition of the Association’s official communication to its membership, the Haywood Knolls Notes, debuted in 1982. Its signature masthead is an original pen and ink drawing of the stone work at the sub-division’s entrance five miles north of Hendersonville, NC on state Route 191. The design was created by Mrs. Robert (Billie) Miskosky. In making the drawing, she actually counted every stone. For all of the residents, this is the logo of Haywood Knolls – something that sets the community apart from all the other subdivisions in Henderson County.
The Haywood Knolls Entrance was refreshed in June 2016. Learn More
The Haywood Khaywoodknolls.org/refreshing-the-haywood-knolls-entrance-june-2016/nolls also includes Newhall Park, a community park approximately two acres in size, given to the Haywood Knolls Association in 1991 by the original developer Donald Thompson.
History of Haywood Knolls