The view is great but you can't have a campfire due to restorations. Also, be careful for the copperheads that come warm up on the rocky overlook.
About a dozen campsites to choose, and several group sites. Some fairly private. No camp fires allowed. Short walk to cold natural spring for water. Short walk to Annapolis rock. Rock climbing available.
Annapolis Rock Campground is right off the Appalachian Trail just about 1/5 of a mile before Annapolis Rock overlook. It is a hike-in trail only and offers very basic camping, which is all you need when hiking the AT. The overlook at Annapolis Rock is glorious. The elevation is 1700 feet so its quite a trek up to the site.
great primitive campsite that has undergone major restorations and preventative measures to reverse the damage from huge camping crowds of the past. no fires, but there are two privies and a really nice spring near the campsites. there's also a large group site if youre with a crowd. The best part is the Annapolis Rock cliffs. they offer beautiful views and all kinds of single pitch rock climbing! There are also two bear poles. one near the beginning of the campsite trail and one closer to the spring