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Quiet and breezy
We stayed for 2 weeks we love it there close to grocery stores ,gas,Starbucks but secluded the thing we don’t like is that internet is spotty in that area made it hard to work from home
There are so many things to experience at or near this state park. My favorite section was the Living History Farm. There was also the old bath house at the lake, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Adjacent to the state park is King’s Mountain National Battlefield, so if you want…
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Croft State Park is a really nice campground for RV and travel trailer camping. For tent camping, it is just okay. I say that because of the gravel surfaces at the campsites. Fortunately, I took a cot to sleep on, for even with a foam pad and an air mattress, I think sleeping would be…
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This is a remote campground in the national forest, and it is close to equestrian camping as well. With that said, there will be horseflies. However, it is a quiet campground. A big disadvantage, as far as I am concerned, is that it does not have water access. With that said, plan to dry camp and…
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Nice campground can get busy on weekends and holidays.Usually locals with family.Lots of hiking trails and the battleground to your.
It was difficult for me to find Woods Ferry, but after talking with a park official, I finally got there. It is off the beaten path, so it is quiet. Apparently, there had been a lot of rain recently, and the area showed it. Woods Ferry is a campground mainly for campers who have horses. There are…
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Perfect primitive camping spots. There are streams near bottom of the mountain and the road does loop all the way around. The second entrance is about 9 miles from the first on the main road (276) which is right before cradle of forestry. We decided to go to the top. Water does run off from the top…
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Just as everyone else described
When we got to check in our spot we booked weeks in advance we’re changed and was given a smaller spot. The bathrooms weren’t clean and all and the spot numbers were hard to find. Other than that it was still a pretty good one night stay for our group. The power and water hookups were close even…
Nobody here! We had the campground all to ourselves. $5 fee and a full campground to choose from. The sites are clean and spacious. You can collect firewood to have campfires in the provided fire pits. Would definitely come again!
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The creekside sites were absolutely we're absolutely fantastic.. The kids enjoyed playing in the rapids and catching frogs.
The bathhouse was very primitive.
It was great being close to some beautiful waterfalls!
Our first RV experience with our first camper. Croft is clean with clean bathhouses. Camp ground A sites are bigger than B. We spent 3 nights on #29(B) mod slope to back in but easy leveling. 26 ft trailer with adequate room. All sites and road are gravel. B camp sites face lake Craig thru the…
this camp hround offers tubing on the green river. and a couple places to camp. one has a pool and is in the hills and the other is primitive and has a bar and food. both nice.
We spent 5 nights here in early June 2021. The campground is pretty well maintained, and quiet. Nice showers and bathrooms on the higher numbered loop of the campground. Right on a well stocked river. Most sites will be able to handle a small trailer (we have a 17') or a tent. Class B's are fine.…