Warrior Creek is located on the south side of W. Kerr Scott Reservoir in western North Carolina.
Constructed in the beautiful Yadkin River Valley, the lake offers extensive opportunities for outdoor recreational activities.
The 1,475-acre reservoir offers excellent boating, canoeing, kayaking and swimming opportunities. Anglers will find channel catfish, large and smallmouth bass, bluegill, threadfin shad, spotted bass, striped bass, and hybrid striped bass. The Warrior Creek trail system completely encircles the campground as it scenically follows the fold of the surrounding landscape. It is recognized by the International Mountain Biking Association as one of the top bike trails in the world. There are 17 miles of single track trail in Warrior Creek with multiple points-of-entry throughout the campground. These trails are also used extensively by hikers and trail runners.
The campground offers 61 family campsites, 6 of these are tent only sites that do have electric hookups. The other 55 sites have full electrical and water hookups to support RV's. There are also two group camping areas that are perfect for large groups. Amenities include flush and vault toilets, showers, drinking water and a dump station. An amphitheater, swim beach, playground, basketball court and hiking and biking trails offer additional recreation opportunities. A boat ramp and three fishing piers, one of which is ADA accessible, can be found at Keowee Park which borders the campground.
The gentle Yadkin River flows through its scenic namesake valley in the foothills of the eastern Blue Ridge Mountains. Forests of mixed hardwoods, including sycamore, poplar, oak and hickory, cover the region. Wildlife is abundant in the valley. White-tailed deer, black bear, eastern cottontails and more can be found among the hills. Birds in the area include wild turkey, woodpeckers, Carolina chickadees, red-eyed vireo, ovenbirds, mallards and wood ducks.
ADA Access: N
Went with our two dogs for two nights. Spaces are pretty close together and open, so you’ll see your neighbor.
Unfortunately, we had terrible neighbors our second night and made a quick exit the following morning as a result.
Otherwise, the bathhouse was clean, and the trails around the campground were very nice. The stand alone outhouses were very gross; spider webs, flies everywhere, and dark.
I don’t think I will return, but think it would be good for families and people who want ease over quiet.
We stay here every year for a four day music festival up the road at Wilkes Community College. You are about 10 minutes from resteraunts and shopping, or you can enjoy fishing and boating and never leave the woods.
We stayed 3 nights, and it was a great campground for our family. Clean restrooms, a small beach, playground, and quiet. We don't mountain bike but several of our friends do and they said they trails were great. Sites are a little close and open to each other but overall would visit again.
Nice campground, great mountain biking
clean restroom and showers
nice campground, clean restrooms water and electricity
Super mt bike trails that have been built and maintained by volunteers who really care and ride the trails often. Solid facilities to camp. 10 to 15 minutes drive by car to the wilkesboro with plants of food and amenities. Other biking nearby on greenway, black mountain and the trails at cub creek!!