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About Lost Mine Campground – CLOSED

Lost Mine Campground offers quiet tent and pop-up camping. We are minutes away from all the all the great activities the area has to offer including white water rafting, fly fishing, horseback riding, swimming, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, and more.

Our campground offers wooded sites with most along the creek, fireplaces, firewood, picnic tables, clean restrooms with hot showers and flush toilets, and water and electricity at some sites. Our recreation area includes ping-pong, a basketball court, volleyball, and tether ball.

We have sites for tents, pop-ups, vans, and trailers. 21 foot limit on RV's. We do not have sewer or dump stations. Children six and under are free.

Main Campground: (one vehicle per site)

$9.00 per person $18.00 minimum per site (one vehicle per site) $2.00 extra for electricity (no air conditioners or heavy appliances)

No large RV's -- 21' limit (we have just 2 sites for RV's (these sites allow more than one vehicle)

We have sites away from the main campground allowing more than one care per site.

Rates are the same $18.00 to $36.00 minimum depending on site size.

We accept personal checks, travelers checks, and cash. We do not accept credit cards. Deposits are required for reservations

Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Firewood Available
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Location
Lost Mine Campground – CLOSED is located in North Carolina
Latitude
35.3218 N
Longitude
-83.601 W
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Directions
From East (Bryson City, NC) Follow Highway 74 west towards Andrews, NC. (The road will narrow from 4 lanes into 2 lanes.) Turn left onto Silvermine Road just before Nantahala Outdoor Center Information Office. We are 1 mile up Silvermine Road on the right. From West (Andrews, NC) Follow Highway 74 east towards Bryson City, NC. Turn right onto Silvermine Road immediately after the Nantahala Outdoor Center Information Office. We are 1 mile up Silvermine Road on the right.
2 Reviews of Lost Mine Campground – CLOSED
Closed.

Wasn’t our favorite when it was open, but stayed at a new place nearby and saw the signs indicating it has closed down.

First to Review
Small, quiet campground adjacent to NOC

We really enjoyed staying at the Lost Mine Campground in the Nantahala National Forest. It's small and cozy with sites that sit on a creek that lulls you to sleep. Sites were well-maintained with a fire pit and picnic table. Bathrooms were clean and close to sites. Campground has pingpong table and a game room for families, which was a plus. The Nantahala Outdoor Center is 5 minutes down the road and there's hiking trails nearby.