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This is the smallest KOA we’ve been to by far, in our travels. When we got there the site was crazy unleveled, but after using all my leveling blocks, we made it work. The o let other 2 negative things was it’s the road noice and the smell of the paper mill in the morning. Other than that, is place was really pretty cool. We camped down on the lower level and had water and power, no sewer, which isn’t a huge deal, but still. Our site backed up to a little wooded area and we get like we were actually in a state park, not an rv park. The playground was a little too small for my kids, but they’ve got a bunch of little trails throughout the site with fairy doors at the base of some trees and a Groot!!! David, the grounds guy there, was great and had a ton of suggestions for where we could go to explore. You’re about 15 minutes from Asheville at this place, and there’s tons of things to do in town….breweries, nature centers, and the biltmore to name a few!
Awesome campground with select sites. Nice tent sites but RVs are restricted to the edge of the road. Unique area with its higher elevation. Nice people throughout many who have been coming here for many years. Clean restrooms but no showers.
This is a private campground that is wonderfully run. They have sites that are a short hike in- wheel barrels are available for help. Some of the sites are close together but there are many that allow for a more private camping experience. If your not a tent person dont worry- they have 2 buildings or lean too that are available for quick camping without a tent. One even has electric. The bathrooms are clean and well kept. There is a cleaning area for you cooking supplies if needed as well as a “leave and take” area for items that you may not want to return home with. Always interesting supplies there.
There are a few small hikes on the property- even a small waterfall. Wifi is available. Location is great for biking or Brevard area. The owners are always around and ready to help anyway they can.
You can buy into this resort and become a member which grants you 14 days each month to enjoy. It's a nice resort with two pools in the heart of the helen, Unicoi State park area. Plenty to do nearby with the German themed town of Helen very nearby. Plenty to enjoy gor all
This is a private membership RV resort open to Coast to Coast members. Very nice place to be your Basecamp while enjoying the best of Helen and Unicoi State park. The tow. Of Helen is a German themed town that is fun for all to enjoy and explore. Want some active fun? Go tubing down the Hooch or enjoy some great hiking in Unicoi Statw Park.
Beautiful and Fun! Celebrating family in the woods instead of town! Had a wonderful family RV vacation. Our 1st ever, in a 38’ Class A. We were nervous about parking and getting set up- but they helped us get a spot that was easy to pull into. Great site managers and well appointed! Will return
Pleasant campground, lots of room between sites. The water pressure was not satisfactory and we couldn’t take showers in our camper. The Internet isn’t high speed and we couldn’t get it to work unless no one was using it very early in the morning. If the water pressure were better, I would consider coming back, but it might be a deal breaker.
It’s a very central to downtown Asheville and provided you’re river front it’s a nice campground. Unfortunately all of the sites that aren’t river front back up directly to the interstate — a little noisy to say the lease. Everyone was friendly, and we spent most of our time touring the city.