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This is just between Clayton & Dillard. The bath houses are super clean and the site was very well maintained. The views at this campground are amazing. Clayton offers several local restaurants that are great as well as a few chain restaurants. Just a short 30 minute drive over the mountain takes you to Highlands, NC….this little town was fantastic. Tons of great restaurants and also lots of boutique & antique shopping.
One of the nicest campsites I’ve camped at. We choose the walk in as the parking was still really close but there are only two of these sites. The creek runs right next to them and it was so peaceful and beautiful. The trails along the lake were nice and the dogs enjoyed it.
Went camping to bring in the new year. It was so cold, but the camp fire helped. A nice and quiet camp ground! When it comes to the tent sites, the “walk in” is short and easy to carry everything to making it really convenient! And there is a bath house right near by that is well lighted for middle of the night trips! The best camp site would have to be camp site B because it’s right along the creek! Can hear is bubbling all day and night! The trails in the park and near by are all well maintained and the water falls are beautiful! Easy hikes for little kiddos if looking for something to do.
Two Wheels of Suchess campground is one of the best motorcycle campgrounds I've stayed at. Open tent areas, trees for hammock camping, cabins and a bunk house are also available. Meals are available Friday night through Sunday morning, as well as breakfast on Monday morning. Fire wood and ice available 24 hours. The paved parking lot in front of the main lodge is for motorcycles only, however there is a gravel parking lot for 4 wheel vehicles. The campground and cabin areas are accessable via a bridge that is purposely not wide enough for a car to cross, but Motorcycles an trikes can. The facilities are kept in top-notch shape. Showers were spotless the 4 days I spent there. Lots of awesome roads in the area available to ride. Inside the lodge is the restaurant and an area to lounge with a fire place, big screen TV, couch, recliners and hundreds of motorcycle magazines to read. A stream runs through part of the tent camping area and next to the parking lot by the lodge.
To get to this campground, you have to travel curvy, mountain roads. It is not a campground for large RVs. It is better suited for tents or small RVs. Once you get on Bull Pen Road, which is a national forest road, you have to drive about 1.2 miles on gravel. Although the road is in good shape for a gravel road, the short campground approach road is a bit rougher. There are only four sites available, but there are tent pads, lantern poles, and fire rings. I was also pleasantly surprised that there is a pit toilet at the campground, which is unusual for a dispersed camping area. The toilet was clean and actually didn’t smell as bad as you would think. It may be because it is winter, and not too many campers stay at this campground during this time of year. We were the only ones at the campground this time. The only fault I have with the campsites are that the tent pads are very small. We had an 8’ x 10’ tent, and it could not completely fit onto the tent pad. However, the site we were on wasn’t too bad because the back of the tent pad was almost level with the pad itself. I chose this particular site for two reasons: 1) there was firewood at this tent site, and 2) it was close to the pit toilet. That is important because our two young grandchildren were with us. At night, it is quiet, especially since there was no one else there, but also because it is miles from the nearest town. The only sounds this time of year are the sounds of Ammons Branch and the wind. I do not recommend staying there in the winter unless you are ready for cold nights. Fortunately, a down sleeping bag is my best friend when camping in the winter. Overall, I liked this campground because of the wilderness solitude, although during the summer, that may not be the case when others are camping there. However, it is a remote campground close to some magnificent waterfalls and lots of trails.