Cheoah Point Campground lies on a peninsula of the vast Lake Santeetlah in the hills of western North Carolina. The lake and surrounding landscape provide countless recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.
Anglers enjoy fishing for trout, walleye, a variety…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Boat-InSites accessible by watercraft.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- Picnic Table
- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
- Electric Hookups
- Water Hookups
- Big Rig Friendly
This campground is in the beautiful Nantahala Forest. A very scenic drive and quite remote. Most of the sites are double sites so you’re essentially sharing a campsite with your neighbor. I was nervous having a fire because it was so close to the camper next to us! Lots of hikes in the area and…
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*FYI: This is in a dry country. My wife was disappointed.
The tent sites here are nice, clean and tucked away from the general RV spots, and the showers aren't bad as long as a couple daddy long legs in the corners don't freak you out.
Here's the downside: just across the lake is the "town" of…
The lake is really clear and nice. The $15 campsites are narrowly placed between the road and the drop-off to the lake. You can walk to the beach (we didn't do this) or there is a trail down to the lake as well.
There are two cabins W/o electricity that are pretty nice. This was a nicely…
Cheoah Point Campground is located in North Carolina
From Robbinsville, North Carolina, continue on Highway 129 north for approximately 6 miles. Turn left on SR # 1145 - Thunderbird Mountain Road. Continue approximately 1.3 miles on Thunderbird Mountain Road to the Cheoah Point Campground.