Tent, RV and Primitive Camping
Great views ( over looks weiss lake great climbing/exploring nice campsites showers , friendly campers
We have camped at Cherokee Rock Village twice now in the past year. We fell in love with this mountain top park. It's only $5 for parking and a $5 fee for a tent campsite. The first time we camped REI was hosting a rock climbing event. The campgrounds were packed with friendly climbers. The second time we went we had the entire campground to ourselves. It was very quiet, but there were some late night kids partying at the nearby playground for a short time. Didn't ruin our trip though!
There are clean restrooms with showers and plenty of beautiful views a short hike away.
We love this place and will return often for a camping getaway!
This place is a hidden gem! We camped at one of the primitive sites under a huge boulder. Wonderful climbing and spectacular views! They also have clean bathrooms with a shower, covered picnic tables and a playground centrally located.
We explored the caves and climbed the rock formations. There are also trails to hike, run or bike.
Note: This is a dry county.
Would highly recommend camping here!