Wyndham Resort at Fairfield Sapphire Valley offers limited downhill skiing and snowboarding onsite, though it's unlikely to be available in November. From there, it's about 1.5 hours to drive to Cataloochie Ski Area in Maggie Valley NC.
Lake Lure lies in a thermal belt so it's even less likely to have snow in November than Sapphire Valley. However, both Wyndham Resort at Fairfield Mountains in Lake Lure and the Wyndham in Sapphire Valley are each about an hour's drive from Hendersonville NC, where a small business offers snow tubing with snowmaking: Moonshine Mountain Snow Tubing Park. Both areas (Lake Lure, Sapphire Valley) are also within about an hour's drive of Asheville, if that interests you, especially if the weather does not cooperate and you need alternate, warmer weather plans. The closest ski resort to Asheville is Wolf Ridge in Mars Hill, north of Asheville. However, if you stay in Lake Lure, it's actually about the same distance (1.5 hours drive, one way) to drive to Wolf Ridge as it is to drive to the town of Banner Elk NC which has the two largest ski areas in NC and better ski conditions at higher elevation.
If you decide to try for an RCI exchange, head for Banner Elk, NC for skiing & snowboarding at Sugar Mountain Ski Resort and at Ski Beech (Mountain). Of course, both offer snow-making. This area of the Blue Ridge Mountains gets a decent amount of natural snow. Appalachian Ski Mountain in Blowing Rock NC is smaller. There are timeshare resorts in Banner Elk, Blowing Rock, and Boone NC, all within a reasonable drive of Sugar & Beech. This area may or may not have snow that sticks to the ground in November and early December. Hope this helps.