This site is very quiet with a lot of privacy. When we came most of the sites were full and this was 10 in the morning. you are at a high elevation and you can get a shortness of breath sometimes when you are collecting firewood. The site has a motel right across the street and the flashy lights kill the view. The restrooms are fairly clean and has warm showers. recommend bring your own firewood because the wood here is pretty damp and it was so difficult to get one started. The site has a fire ring grill and tables. There is a one and a half mile trail to the top of Mount Pisgah where the view is spectacular. There are about 10 campsites
This was by far one of the coolest weekends I spent in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Pisgah National Forest on the outskirts of Asheville, NC is a must stop for all ages. I say that specifically for not just the camping, but what can keep you entertained during your afternoons as well. We stayed at the Davidson River Campground which was right near the entrance of the forest if you're coming in from the south, as I did in South Carolina. There's over 150 campsites here, and we lucked out by finding one on short notice. The location of the campground is neat given its location by the river, but it's even cooler given is location near Sliding Rock and Looking Glass Falls. Within a few minute drive, or bit of a hike you can ride a natural waterslide or sit in the pool beneath looking glass falls. Even in Mid-July the water will keep you chilled. One of my favorite places to visit in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
This is the area you try to drive/hike/visit at those certain times of day because the view can only get better. And Pisgah has the waterfalls! Parking is tight though at the places you stop to enjoy the several different falls.