About Honey Bear Campground
Honey Bear Campground is located in North Carolina
6 Reviews of Honey Bear Campground
2 night stay while traveling the east coast. Campground is very close to town so makes it very convenient to see the sites or run to the store for something. Friendly and helpful staff. Coffee bar on premises. Some sites seemed small and close together. Others were larger and more private so pick wisely. Bathhouse is a little dated but clean and functional. Will visit again.
We stayed at Honey Bear on the weekend before Halloween. The campground had several family activities like a haunted trail and trick or treating for the kiddos. Our tent site was small and we may have been the only tent at the campground that weekend. Site had a tent pad, picnic table, and fire pit. The staff were fantastic, helpful, and kind. There's a cafe of sorts in the center that has a coffee bar, TV, and tables for playing games on. This is definitely a campground for families-- don't expect to go and have a peaceful, quiet retreat. Downtown Boone is a 10 minute drive and there are many hiking trails around.
Its a cute little getaway down hwy 221 outside of Blowing Rock. Far enough away to make it worth it.
If youre into a bit of glamping. This place works! Good for kids - rootbeer float nights, outdoor movies with marshmellow pits, crerks to splash in. Full bathhouses, laundry & eben a gameroom. My kids loved the tire swings & animals!
Owners were helpful & the campground is close to many hiking trails & Blue Ridge.
Staff was nice, campgrounds were clean. Only downside is the main road is right near the last tent spot. Just make sure you reserve one closer towards the main building
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This campground is located just outside of Boone and is in a great location. Off the main roads, but convenient to many local attractions. My family and I stayed two nights. The staff was friendly and accommodating to our needs.
My kids enjoyed the activities and the stream. Everybody there seemed to be having a great time…. Kids, parents, couples, groups, college kids, older rv's, and staff. The gentleman that checked in before me indicated that his family goes there every year for a week vacation. One of our neighbors at the campground said they just stayed there this past Memorial Day weekend and loved it so much that they came back for the 4th of July weekend.
I didn't get a chance to walk around the whole campground, but the sites seemed to be nice. The bathhouse was in good order, and the staff checked on it multiple times during the day. Overall, a satisfying and joyful experience. We plan on going back.