This site is not maintained but can still be used. Campers must hike in to the developed areas, and all sites are primitive. No electric hook ups, no toilets, no running water available.
This campground offers so much to do on the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway. There is a 5 mile long trail that goes through the campground called Boone Fork Trail. This trail leads to Hebron falls where you can explore giant boulders and have a picnic. There is also an area just 1.5 miles from the Boone Fork Trail parking lot where you can go swimming and sliding off rocks. There are also many picnic tables along the river with small charcoal grills. Price Lake is also located next to the campground and offers kayak and canoe rentals by the hour. There are many other hiking trails near by along the parkway. This campground is only 30 minutes away from Boone, NC which offers an abundance of great restaurants and shops. It can get pretty busy during the summer so you will want to check in as early as possible if you don't have a reservation.
There are so many breathtaking views in this area! Make sure you get up for the sunrise!