Tent Sites
About Hurricane Creek Horse and Primitive

This primitive camping area is located in the midst of a multitude of trails for hikers and horseback riders. A horse camp Is available with stalls. A vault toilet and fire rings are available. Access to horse trails is available directly from the horse camp. Big and small game hunting occurs in the surrounding area.

USDA Forest Service
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Showers
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RVs and Trailers
No Sewer Hookups
No Water Hookups
Hurricane Creek Horse and Primitive is located in North Carolina
35.0556 N
-83.5108 W
Get Directions
From Franklin, take US 64W for 9 miles, turn left on old US 64 and follow signs to Standing Indian Campground. Continue south on FS Rd 67 passed Standing Indian Campground for 2 miles. Gravel road
1 Review of Hurricane Creek Horse and Primitive
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Always a great stay, if you’re the more secluded adventurer...

Always great staying at this (somewhat) primitive campground tucked away in the southeast corner of Nantahala National Forest. Although close to the more popular (and slightly more luxurious) Standing Indian Campground, Hurricane creek offers a slightly more secluded atmosphere with access to the same great backcountry trails. This site should be high on your list of overnight adventure destinations.