Places to Camp near Newland, NC

Whether you're a tent camper, an RVer, or just passing through, Newland, NC has a lot to offer. There are tons of hikes and other fun activities to partake in. Experience some of the most stunning views that North Carolina camping has to offer. Search nearby campsites and find top-rated spots from other campers.

Best Camping Sites Near Newland, NC (288)

    Camper-submitted photo from Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway

    1.

    Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway

    46 Reviews
    152 Photos
    544 Saves
    Blowing Rock, North Carolina

    Overview

    Located along the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway in the lush green expanses of North Carolina, Julian Price Campground is a top destination for boating, hiking, fishing and more. Whether it's for a family camping excursion or a peaceful getaway, this campground has something for everyone.

    Recreation

    Canoe rentals are available at Price Lake, and other types of non-motorized boats are permitted. Fishing is also available at the lake, with a dock provided.Price Lake Trail offers a refreshing hike around the edge of the water, and the Boone Fork, Green Knob and Tanawha Trails are just a few of the trails that are conveniently accessed through the campground. Hebron Falls: A small waterfall accessed from the Boone Fork Trail. The Cascades: A beautiful waterfall accessed by the easy 1-mile loop Cascades Trail. A great hike for children. Moses Cone Flat Top Manor: A historic estate house (currently undergoing restoration) once owned by the Cone family. The grounds offer 25 miles of carriage roads to hike. Tours of the home are available. Currently houses the Southern Highland Craft Guild. Wildlife viewing is also popular as campers have a good chance of spotting bears, grouse, turkeys, owls, hawks and more.

    Facilities

    Canoe rentals are available at Price Lake, and other types of non-motorized boats are permitted. Fishing is also available at the lake, with a dock provided.Price Lake Trail offers a refreshing hike around the edge of the water, and the Boone Fork, Green Knob and Tanawha Trails are just a few of the trails that are conveniently accessed through the campground. Hebron Falls: A small waterfall accessed from the Boone Fork Trail. The Cascades: A beautiful waterfall accessed by the easy 1-mile loop Cascades Trail. A great hike for children. Moses Cone Flat Top Manor: A historic estate house (currently undergoing restoration) once owned by the Cone family. The grounds offer 25 miles of carriage roads to hike. Tours of the home are available. Currently houses the Southern Highland Craft Guild. Wildlife viewing is also popular as campers have a good chance of spotting bears, grouse, turkeys, owls, hawks and more.

    Natural Features

    Julian Price Campground is adjacent to Price Lake, a pristine body of water that sparkles against the backdrop of rolling Carolina hills. The surrounding forest offers hemlock, white pine, oak, hickory and birch trees, along with a colorful assortment of wildflowers in the spring and an array of vivid orange and red foliage displays in autumn. The Blue Ridge Parkway is a scenic byway that follows the high crests of the central and southern Appalachians for 469 miles from Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina.

    Nearby Attractions

    The beautiful town of Blowing Rock, located just 20 minutes away on the Blue Ridge Parkway, offers fine dining, shopping and more.

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    • Phone Service
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group

    $30 / night

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    Spacious Skies Bear Den

    48 Reviews
    654 Photos
    141 Saves
    Spruce Pine, North Carolina

    Set right off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 324.8, among the breathtaking Blue Ridge and Black Mountains and nestled in the Pisgah National Forest, Spacious Skies Bear Den is your mountain adventure destination!

    While most of our sites are full hook-up, we have water/electric spots for a more rustic camping experience or for our tent campers. We also offer cabins in an array of sizes and with varied amenities, ensuring we have the perfect spot that meets each family or group’s needs.

    When you arrive at your site or cabin, breathe in the serene beauty of the Pisgah National Forest, of which Spacious Skies Bear Den is a part. Leave your stress behind as you explore 13 miles of wooded hiking trails, some leading to waterfalls on the park grounds. Playgrounds, a rec hall, arcade, basketball, volleyball, and a swimming lake with a separate fishing area will keep campers of all ages occupied. A camp store stocked with necessities and treats alike, bathhouses, laundry on-site and WiFi all bring the comforts of home to your campsite.

    We are proud to announce our partnership with Black Folks Camp Too and are now the first “unity blaze certified” collection of private campgrounds!

    Being Unity Blaze Certified confirms that all 15 of our campgrounds and our team are committed to making sure all campers know “You are Invited and Welcomed” — the Unity Blaze motto. While Spacious Skies has always firmly held this belief, we wanted to go one step further in partnering with BFCT to make sure all campground staff completed the Unity Blaze training program.

    Please navigate to our website for up to date information regarding our amenities.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • RVs

    $25 - $999 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Roan Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Roan Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Roan Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Roan Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Roan Mountain State Park Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Roan Mountain State Park Campground

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    Roan Mountain State Park Campground

    45 Reviews
    204 Photos
    306 Saves
    Roan Mountain, Tennessee

    All of the park’s 106 family campsites have a grill and picnic table and are located near a *bathhouse with hot showers. A dump station is located at the campground check-in. The campground has 86 RV sites with water and electric hookups and 20 tent sites, each with water. The tent camping area does not have electric hookups. There are no sewer hookups in the campground.

    *Off-Season Bathhouse Closures: November 1st through April 15th Bathhouses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 will be closed during the off-season. The 94 Bath House located in the lower area around sites 10 and 11 will be the only bathhouse open during the off-season.

    Dumpsters and recycling bins are also located at the campground check-in. Wi-Fi is available throughout the campground. A cell phone booster is also located at the campground check-in that Verizon Wireless customers may use to assist with cell service.

    Four group sites, which will accommodate approximately 25 people each, are available. The group sites are located just south of the individual tent-only camping area of the Roan Mountain State Park campground. They have large gravel tent pads, picnic tables, fire rings, grills, and water spigots at each site. There is no electricity, camping is only allowed on the gravel pads (not in the surrounding grassy areas), and it is approximately a 1/4 mile walk to the nearest bathrooms/shower houses. These four sites may be reserved up to 12 months in advance.

    Located on TN Hwy 143 at the base of the majestic 6,285 Roan Mountain, Roan Mountain State Park encompasses more than 2,000 acres dominated by rich hardwood forest along rugged ridges. The cool, clear Doe River winds its way through the center of the park and supports a healthy population of trout. Wildflowers and wildlife inhabit the hollows and ridges of the Roan foothills in abundance.

    There are 30 comfortable cabins, as well as RV and tent camping at the 106-site campgrounds. Each cabin has a front porch with rocking chairs, fully outfitted kitchen, full bath, wood burning stove and gas/electric heat. Each campsite has a grill and picnic table and is located near a bathhouse with hot showers.

    Visitors can hike along the creeks and ridges, tour the century-old Miller Farmstead or enjoy cross-country skiing in the winter months. There are approximately 12 miles of hiking trails and 2.25 miles of mountain bike trails. Difficulty levels range from easy to strenuous.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $14 - $54 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Linville Falls Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Linville Falls Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Linville Falls Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Linville Falls Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Linville Falls Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway
    Camper-submitted photo from Linville Falls Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway

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    Linville Falls Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway

    26 Reviews
    129 Photos
    295 Saves
    Linville Falls, North Carolina

    Overview

    Located in a dense pine canopy, within hiking distance of Linville Gorge, and along the famous Blue Ridge Parkway, Linville Falls Campground is an ideal location for your next family camping excursion. Linville River, which winds beside the campground, is stocked for fishing, and the location is central to many area attractions including the Linville Falls waterfall, which has three waterfall overlooks in a one-mile hike.

    Recreation

    The Linville Falls area is a hiker's paradise, and the campground provides easy access to several trails that allow visitors to experience the stunning scenery and abundant wildlife.__ Once at the Linville Gorge, visitors can hike more challenging trails down to the river, where fishing for trout is a popular pastime.Linville Falls is another must-see, carrying water from the river over several layers of falls, ending in a spectacular 45-foot waterfall pouring into the sparkling riverbed below. Duggers Creek Falls: accessible from the Linville Falls Visitor Center on a small loop trail. See views of the falls from the foot bridge. These are native brook trout waters (fishing regulations apply). Lost Cove Cliff Overlook: view Brown Mountain and see the Brown Mountain Lights--a natural occurrence which is believed to be caused by natural gases. A good spot to view hawks and peregrine falcons in the spring and fall.

    Facilities

    The Linville Falls area is a hiker's paradise, and the campground provides easy access to several trails that allow visitors to experience the stunning scenery and abundant wildlife.__ Once at the Linville Gorge, visitors can hike more challenging trails down to the river, where fishing for trout is a popular pastime.Linville Falls is another must-see, carrying water from the river over several layers of falls, ending in a spectacular 45-foot waterfall pouring into the sparkling riverbed below. Duggers Creek Falls: accessible from the Linville Falls Visitor Center on a small loop trail. See views of the falls from the foot bridge. These are native brook trout waters (fishing regulations apply). Lost Cove Cliff Overlook: view Brown Mountain and see the Brown Mountain Lights--a natural occurrence which is believed to be caused by natural gases. A good spot to view hawks and peregrine falcons in the spring and fall.

    Natural Features

    Linville Gorge is a vast designated Wilderness area that sits on 11,786 acres of rolling hills and thick forest. The gorge surrounds the Linville River, which is located some 1,400 feet below the ridge, creating a stunning canyon that has earned the nickname "The Grand Canyon of North Carolina."The Blue Ridge Parkway is a scenic byway with plenty of natural attractions and recreational opportunities for visitors. Aside from natural features, the parkway is also a cross-section of Appalachian mountain history. Stretching almost 500 miles along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains through North Carolina and Virginia, it encompasses some of the oldest historical sites of both pre-historic and early European settlements.The surrounding forest offers hemlock, white pine, oaks, hickory and birch trees, along with a colorful assortment of wildflowers in the spring and an epic array of orange and red shades of leaves in the autumn.

    Nearby Attractions

    Linville Caverns, a privately maintained cave just south of Linville Falls, offers guided tours year-round.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Cabins

    $45 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Grandfather Mountain Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Grandfather Mountain Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Grandfather Mountain Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Grandfather Mountain Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Grandfather Mountain Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Grandfather Mountain Campground

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    Grandfather Mountain Campground

    18 Reviews
    134 Photos
    234 Saves
    Seven Devils, North Carolina

    Camping at Grandfather Mountain Campground is allowed with a permit at 13 backpack camping sites along the trail system, including the Hi-Balsam Shelter.

    Reservations are required at Grandfather Mountain camping for all 13 campsites. All campsites must be reserved in advance, which can be made as late as the same day. We recommend making your reservation prior to your park visit, as cellular service is not reliable at the park. A fee is charged for all campsites, and campers must have a reservation code to be able to camp. Camping fees are listed at the bottom of this page.

    Upon your arrival, please fill out a camping registration permit at the Profile trailhead or at the kiosk near the Boone Fork parking lot. You must register for a permit on-site, in addition to making your reservation online.

    Camping is permitted in the designated areas only, which are identified by signs at the campsites and with a camping icon on the trail map. There is no dispersed camping (camping off a designated site) on the mountain. All camping regulations apply to hammock campers.

    All 13 campsites are hike-in backcountry, primitive sites. There is no car camping. There are no facilities. The terrain is rugged and can be challenging. Trailheads are near 3,800 feet in elevation and Calloway Peak reaches 5,946 feet.

    Please do not disturb nearby campers. Take care to protect the terrain and plant and animal life.

    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Reservable
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Standard (Tent/RV)
    Camper-submitted photo from Honey Bear Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Honey Bear Campground
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    Camper-submitted photo from Honey Bear Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Honey Bear Campground

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    Honey Bear Campground

    20 Reviews
    54 Photos
    167 Saves
    Boone, North Carolina
    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
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    Blue Bear Mountain Camp

    23 Reviews
    127 Photos
    27 Saves
    Todd, North Carolina

    Blue Bear Mountain Camp offers year round camping experiences for every type of outdoor enthusiast. Car accessible tent and RV sites in a natural setting. Hike in sites for those looking for a little more adventure and privacy. Stargazer Domes and Cabin rentals for guests wanting a rustic, mountain getaway while staying in comfort. Located just 8 miles north of Boone, NC on over 150 acres of pristine mountain land, miles of hiking trails, a trout pond and spacious low density sites allow the guest to get away from it all in a rustic, remote setting. In the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. At 4,000 feet elevation, come enjoy cool mountain breezes and mild temperatures. Blue Bear Mountain is a scenic location for large events such as weddings, corporate events and family reunions. Come Get away from it all at Blue Bear Mountain!

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $25 - $136 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping
    Camper-submitted photo from Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping
    Camper-submitted photo from Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping
    Camper-submitted photo from Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping
    Camper-submitted photo from Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping
    Camper-submitted photo from Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping

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    Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping

    19 Reviews
    48 Photos
    481 Saves
    Linville, North Carolina

    Welcome to Old NC 105 - Dispersed Camping, a hidden gem nestled in the National Forests of North Carolina. This spot is perfect for those who crave a raw, back-to-nature experience. The area offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, making it a fantastic place to unwind and soak in the beauty of the wilderness.

    Now, let's get down to the nitty-gritty. This isn't your typical campground with all the bells and whistles. It's dispersed camping, so don't expect amenities like toilets, showers, or drinking water. You'll need to bring everything you need, including plenty of bottled water since there's no easy access to the river for filtering. Fires are allowed, so you can still enjoy a good campfire under the starry sky.

    The road to get here is a bit of an adventure in itself. It's a gravel and dirt road that can get pretty rough, especially after some rain. If you're driving anything less than an SUV with good clearance, you might want to think twice about tackling the whole stretch. But trust me, the views are worth the bumpy ride. Some spots offer breathtaking vistas of the gorge and surrounding landscape, so take your time and pick your spot wisely.

    Pets are welcome, so feel free to bring your furry friends along for the trip. Just be prepared for some company, as the area can get a bit busy with other campers and curious passersby. Despite the traffic, the early morning bird songs and the serene environment make it a peaceful retreat.

    In summary, Old NC 105 is all about the raw, unfiltered camping experience. Come prepared, take it slow on the road, and you'll be rewarded with some of the most beautiful scenery North Carolina has to offer. Enjoy your stay!

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    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Dispersed
    • Alcohol
    Camper-submitted photo from Cardens Bluff Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cardens Bluff Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cardens Bluff Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cardens Bluff Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cardens Bluff Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Cardens Bluff Campground

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    Cardens Bluff Campground

    17 Reviews
    32 Photos
    362 Saves
    Hampton, Tennessee

    Overview

    Cardens Bluff Campground is open for the 2024 season. At nearly 2,000 feet elevation, Cardens Bluff Campground is located on a peninsula overlooking the 6,430-acre Watauga Lake in Carter County, TN. There are 43 sites, primarily for tent camping. There is a bathhouse with showers and flush toilets. No electrical hookups are provided. Day use areas are located nearby for those wanting to take advantage of swimming, boating, and fishing opportunities. Campground Hosts are on site to answer questions and assist with your visit.____

    Recreation

    Boating is popular for visitors to Cardens Bluff. Numerous campsites provide easy water access for kayaks, canoes and motorized boats. Swimming and fishing are also very popular activities at Cardens Bluff. Watauga Lake provides notably clean water for recreating.__

    Facilities

    Boating is popular for visitors to Cardens Bluff. Numerous campsites provide easy water access for kayaks, canoes and motorized boats. Swimming and fishing are also very popular activities at Cardens Bluff. Watauga Lake provides notably clean water for recreating.__

    Natural Features

    Watauga Lake is a 6,430-acre hydroelectric reservoir managed by the Tennessee Valley Authority and surrounded by the Cherokee National Forest. Directly across the lake from the campground is the Big Laurel Branch Wilderness area, a rugged, undeveloped mountain range with only the Appalachian National Scenic Trail within its boundaries.

    Nearby Attractions

    The nearby Rat Branch Boat Launch is an easy quick drive from the campground for campers with motor boats. Shook Branch Swim Area is also nearby on the shores of Watauga Lake. Big Laurel Branch and Pond Mountain Wilderness areas are located north and south of the campground for more rugged, backcountry hiking.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group

    $12 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Grandfather Campground
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    Grandfather Campground

    13 Reviews
    53 Photos
    144 Saves
    Seven Devils, North Carolina

    Grandfather Campground is open here all year, so come and visit during the summer and the ski season. We have 30 and 50 amp full hookup sites, tent sites, and several types of cabin rentals. We are located close to Grandfather Mountain, Blowing Rock, Boone, and Banner Elk.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • RVs

    $35 - $42 / night

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Frequently Asked Questions

What camping is available near Newland, NC?

According to TheDyrt.com, Newland, NC offers a wide range of camping options, with 288 campgrounds and RV parks near Newland, NC and 22 free dispersed camping spots.

Which is the most popular campground near Newland, NC?

According to TheDyrt.com, the most popular campground near Newland, NC is Julian Price Park Campground — Blue Ridge Parkway with a 4.7-star rating from 46 reviews.

Where can I find free dispersed camping near Newland, NC?

According to TheDyrt.com, there are 22 free dispersed camping spots near Newland, NC.

What parks are near Newland, NC?

According to TheDyrt.com, there are 30 parks near Newland, NC that allow camping, notably Pisgah National Forest and W. Kerr Scott Dam & Reservoir.