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We have stayed here a few times, and it makes a big difference where you camp.
Apple tree and dogwood loops are congested & poorly vegetated, thus not feeling private at all.
Poplar (the only generator-free loop!) is wooded and spaced nicely. Our large van fit very comfortably. Highly…
We were amazed at the views from the top part of the campground where we were lucky to stay! The entire campground was clean and private. We will definitely be back.
Great place, love the river. Fireflies every night and within walking/biking distance of a great little town with a coffee shop, brewery, and a few restaurants.
Stayed here for the first time in May and loved it so much we reserved another trip for July on the way home! This is the only place we’ve ever camped and it met all my expectations. If you are looking for touristy place with putt putt, water parks, and pools this isn’t the place for you. If you…
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We camped here while learning g to roast coffee and it was incredible. It was early November and the colors were incredible. I think we missed peak colors by a week or so. The next week it dumped snow. I hate we missed that!
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The sites are clean. Bathrooms seem maintained. Plenty of stuff for the kids to do
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Nearly right at mile marker 342 Long gravel road, couple/few camping spots along the way, mostly on the left. Drive through a little creek, and stay to the right, a little ways down you’ll find another spot just before Laurel Retreat. A little larger clearing than the others, my pop-up fight…
The host at the campground was welcoming and informative! I sadly do not remember his name, but he made sure I had all the information about the mountain camp land & trails and was incredibly hospitable. I wish I had time to spend more than one night so I could have explored the grounds! The…
Camped at Wilderness Cove in August 2020 for 2 nights. Very clean, small, quiet campground. Tents only, they do have some cabins for rent. Nice clean bath house. Was able to access wifi near the tubing office. Prices are extremely reasonable. Their website is very accurate. I will be staying…
Sites were small, no internet without paying 40. For a week. No tv or cable. Had a few trails some were closed but the waterfall only a trickle.
We have tent camped and RV camped here. Great site with lots of space and kept up well. Views are great and area is beautiful.
The campground is in a good area with restaurants, grocery stores and anything you might need close by. We camped in the tent area with no water or electricity which was fine with us. The tent sites are away from the RVS and set into beautiful wooded areas. However, because the terrain is hilly,…
Nice spacious sites that are mostly level. Be sure to fill water tank before arrival as there are very few sites with water. All RV sites have electric. 50amp is available on select sites. Narrow paved lanes through campground, however didn't have an issue with our 38' fifth wheel and crew cab…
First let me start by saying this was not my first choice, the KOA was booked and this place had available spots…. I now know why. I see all these reviews about what a wholesome “Christian” establishment this campground was and I find it to be anything but.
They are more worried about banning…
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It has free tent campsites and it is right next to Linville Gorge. This allows plenty of adventurous trails ranging in difficulty. But the best view is on top of Table Rock Mountain, which I highly recommend for sunrise and sunset. However, there is no electric or bathrooms.
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