Group
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Water Unknown
About Black Mountain / South Toe River Area

The South Toe River area is on the Appalachian Ranger District near Burnsville, NC. This area includes the Black Mountains, the Blue Ridge, and the headwaters of the South Toe River. The Black Mountains, capped with a forest of red spruce and Fraser fir, are named for the resulting dark color. Along the South Toe River, you can camp, picnic, fish, swim, tube, bike, and horseback ride.

Operator
USDA Forest Service
Access
Walk In
Features
Fires Allowed
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Location
Black Mountain / South Toe River Area is located in North Carolina
Latitude
35.2833 N
Longitude
-82.7218 W
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1 Review of Black Mountain / South Toe River Area
First to Review
Serenity

Went to scope out this little section of Pisgah this weekend; the weather had been a deterrent for most and we didn’t run into a single other person on the trail. The road that runs along the South Toe River is flat and well maintained; it was closed so we hoofed it a ways. We stumbled upon what appeared to be an abandoned ranger station, and spent most of the afternoon lazily lounging along the river. The roadside campsites are a little overgrown but certainly enticing, and most are close enough to the water that one could cast a line from their tent. The only downfall was that the parking lot is still under construction, and the road is currently closed, making for limited access from Burnsville. I can’t wait to go back.