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This is definitely a spot for folks who want to camp for cheap and spend their time NOT IN THE CAMPGROUND. Go explore Asheville!
This location is separated from a major highway only by 40 feet or so, so there was constant car noise. Their tent camping has little to no tree cover so we were…
Well maintained with space between campsites. Beautiful scenery with easy lake access
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We went for a quick weekend away. The camp sites are too close for our liking. It feels like everyone is in your business here. I guess the positive for the proximity is access to bath houses. We just didn’t like how everyone can walk through your camp site.
We camped in our multi-purpose enclosed trailer. We stayed in the ‘C-section’ which is generator free, so a bit quieter than the B-loop. We camped 3 nights and saw coyotes and deer in/around the campsite every day. The last day, Sunday morning, as we were packing up to leave, a mother bear and her…
This is a good campground, but it’s too close to other campers, you get about 15ft between sites. In the back if both rigs are big you get about a foot or 2 behind you. I would give it 5 stars if it had space in between sites. There are spots with a water view which is nice. All sites are full…
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No Water/Sewer Hookups on Any Site
Electric Hookup Sites Limited
WiFi/Cell Signal Limited[Booster Recommended]
Bath Facilities On-site
The location is incredible! We enjoyed the accessibility of hiking,…
The campground is along the little River. The primitive campsites boarder the River and are easily accessed. We book on a slow day where there were only 2 tent campers along the run of primitive sites. The website shows all other spots vacant. Upon check-in we asked the lady at the office if we…
Nice campground, mini golf, quite after 9pm. Relax in chairs by the fire pit next to the stream. Nice dog area. Laundry area is clean. Park is clean. Staff is friendly. Couldn’t ask for a better place to stay.
I went mountain biking from the campground and had an awesome stay. The river was nice to have close to the site and it was a fun spot to stay. I have a rooftop tent and it opened up easily in the site I stayed and it looked like you wouldn’t have an issue in most of the car sites there for…
A regular campsite is $20 a night for a tent. Their group campsite was open for $26 a night so I got that instead! 😄￼
Wonderful Campground, site 30 is amazing and convenient for families to playground/pool. Staff super kind and helpful. Clean restrooms and facilities. Would stay again. River tubing a fun activity, but not provided by campground.
We absolutely loved camping here. Our campsite was really big too especially compared to most they are pretty small and right on top of each other. Beautiful hiking trails. First time ever hiking and with 3 kids. Ages 6,4, and 1. They absolutely loved it. Highly recommend doing carrick creek…
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Love this area. It can get a little crowded on weekends but overall you can find some pretty nice spots up and down the trail. Trout fishing, rafting, tubing and hiking. everything the primitive camper might want. No bathrooms available.
Little Arrow is very clean and well run. Playground for the kids is well maintained. Hands down the nicest bathhouse Ive seen anywhwere. The pool area is awesome. Close to Cades Cove and right at the entrance to Smokey Mountains National Park. Just cant say enough good things about it.
Spent 3 nights at this KOA. Clean, Friendly and beautiful scenery without being off the grid. Tent campsite 125 is the best. Looks over the river and you can watch tubers fail for hours on end.
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