Mountain Stream RV Park is at about 1800′ elevation in the middle of the Pisgah National Forest, nestled in a narrow valley surrounded by mountains on all sides. Beautiful Buck Creek flows through this valley and along two sides of the campground. The Blue Ridge Parkway is only about 3 miles away, but it’s 5 miles by road.
We are surrounded by gorgeous mountain scenery. You can take in many of the interesting attractions that are only a short drive away or you can just relax by the stream and listen to the cold clear water flowing over the rocky stream bed. And speaking of the stream, there’s trout in that thar’ water. All of our sites have full hook-ups – power (30 & 50 amp), water, sewer and cable TV.
Beautiful campsites…The owners cook so other campers can get to know each other
We started our RV camping adventures at Mountain Stream, and have been hooked ever since. As the name implies, it's right beside a rocky mountain stream that all the sites back up to. It's a small park, and very well kept by the owners who live on site, Gena and Kevin. The sites are close together, but very level, clean, and with a nice picnic table. Many of the sites now have their own wooden decks overlooking the stream, which is a nice addition. There's a small dog park, and a large grassy area in the center of the park for playing games or catching some rays. They also have a large, very nice picnic shelter with fireplace, grill, and a huge built-in television. Each Saturday evening, Kevin serves up his special home cooked bar-b-que under the shelter at no additional cost, and many campers bring sides to share. It's like having a back yard picnic with friends and family! They've also recently built three yurts, and bought two large campers parked on the non-stream side that can be rented for those who don't have their own camper. Last year they invested heavily in a new wi-fi system that's MUCH improved from the first time we camped there. The bathhouse is clean and adequate, but nothing fancy; we're hoping that this will be next on their list of improvements during the off-season. Cell service is almost non-existent, but you can use the wifi for calls if necessary. There's no playground for kids, so some may see it as little more of an adult campground, but it's still kid friendly with the grassy area and stream to play in. I HIGHLY recommend this campground if you want peace, quiet, and seclusion.