Located 12 miles south of Brevard, NC at an elevation of 3,000 ft.
65 Wooded Acres, 100 Shaded, level sites, 30/50 amp RV sites.
Wonderful campground, campground host are very helpful, they ask you about what you are looking for and help you pick out your campsite, family owned, took my girlfriend there to get engaged, we are now married and can't wait to go back. One of the owners rides a motorcycle, and is also very helpful with directions for nice rides in the mountains
This campground is very nice. Sites are close and it does feel a little tight, but overall it is a homey feel that doesn't really feel overcrowded. Some of the amenities are spread out and you may need to drive to them, but it's worth it for the great, well-cared-for feel. Super quick drive to Dupont or Jones Gap/Caesar's Head. We loved it!
This is a very beautiful campground. Sites are very well kept and clean. Bathrooms were very clean and nice. The staff was amazing and helpful. Prime location to so many amazing places. The pool was nice and clean! Will def. camp here again.
Sites are wooded and spaced far enough apart that you barely see or hear neighbors. Has plenty of things to do for everyone. Has store on site. It is however quite sways from town. There is no Cell Reception at the campground but they have WiFi. The WiFi can only be accessed from a few places.
This campground is so nice. The family invested money in infrastructure and they have quite a few full hook up sites. The host led us to our site, gave us a newsletter If events, and they have lots of amenities. Close to DuPont for hiking trails and waterfalls. Nice, large bathhouses. Can hardly wait to go back.
These cabins may not be for everyone. They are pretty bare bones. The cabins have electricity, but the water pump is outside and the bathrooms and showers are communal (but clean). There is a full size bed and two bunk beds in each one. Outside, there is a a picnic table and a fire ring for each cabin. I think the mattresses are hard, so I usually bring a sleeping bag to pad it. So it can be seen as a step up from tent camping for people who don't like that kind of roughing it.
There is a heated swimming pool and they do lots of things for kids like ice cream socials. They have a little shop in case you forget some necessities.
This campground is close to Dupont Forest, with lots of mountain biking, hiking, and waterfalls. For $50 a night, it's a pretty good deal.