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Stunning Views. No Bad Spots. A little crowded, but worth the views and crystal clear water. Watet and Electric at sites. Heated Bathrooms with showers. Super clean campground. We went in Oct, 2020. I would imagine this place would be super crowded in summer. When we went in fall it was comfortable and not too many people. But the sites are close to one another. #49 is super private and like a penthouse suite with 360 views of the water. We stayed at #46, our 3rd favorite site. #43 hit our number 2 favorite as it is a bit away from everyone with view of water in front and behind you! We will be back. From AtlasJeeper!
We stayed in Oct, 2020, at site #46 which was awesome views. Also loved sites #43 and #49 (Best sites in my opinion). Beautiful Place! Clean. Awesome views. The water is crystal clear. Lots of boats. October had great cool weather and beautiful that the leaves are changing to falls colors. I have seen pictures of this place being very crowded in summer. So, I prefer fall :) Seems great for kids and pets. Not a lot of space or privacy between campsites, but the views are worth the less private sites. Water and electric at each site. Showers in bathrooms too. We will be back!
We stayed in site 20 and my take on this campsite is that it just needs a little love and care. My site was next to the creek which was nice. On one side of me was a permanent trailer of someone who lives there and on the other side, nestled into a triangle was my neighbor. His sewage had been overflowed by the last camper and they had to get the management to help clean it up before they connected. It's pretty clear that the sites weren't checked or tidied between campers. There's no cell signal (T-Mobile) and even though the camp supposedly has WiFi, they've not set it up to cover the campground. It really just covers the camp store area.
It just bothers me sometimes when I see a place like this that could be so great, if there was just a bit more love and care put into the place.
On the plus side, this was our first RV camping trip with our new (to us) 2007 Keystone Laredo 265RL. Setup and everything went great and we just loved it. Overall a successful trip but just a bit disappointed in the campground.
This is the smallest KOA we’ve been to by far, in our travels. When we got there the site was crazy unleveled, but after using all my leveling blocks, we made it work. The o let other 2 negative things was it’s the road noice and the smell of the paper mill in the morning. Other than that, is place was really pretty cool. We camped down on the lower level and had water and power, no sewer, which isn’t a huge deal, but still. Our site backed up to a little wooded area and we get like we were actually in a state park, not an rv park. The playground was a little too small for my kids, but they’ve got a bunch of little trails throughout the site with fairy doors at the base of some trees and a Groot!!! David, the grounds guy there, was great and had a ton of suggestions for where we could go to explore. You’re about 15 minutes from Asheville at this place, and there’s tons of things to do in town….breweries, nature centers, and the biltmore to name a few!
This is a private campground that is wonderfully run. They have sites that are a short hike in- wheel barrels are available for help. Some of the sites are close together but there are many that allow for a more private camping experience. If your not a tent person dont worry- they have 2 buildings or lean too that are available for quick camping without a tent. One even has electric. The bathrooms are clean and well kept. There is a cleaning area for you cooking supplies if needed as well as a “leave and take” area for items that you may not want to return home with. Always interesting supplies there.
There are a few small hikes on the property- even a small waterfall. Wifi is available. Location is great for biking or Brevard area. The owners are always around and ready to help anyway they can.
Tis campground is a little hard to find because it is off of the beaten path but close to the Blue Ridge Parkway. We went during the peak leaf season and of course, had to book the site super early. But we snagged the belle of the ball with the Laurel group site. The maximum number of people in the site is 50 (pre Covid) but we were a group of 3 families with 11 people and it was the perfect size for this size group. There were steps leading down to the river with a small spot for a 2 person tent. There were also a number of dispersed tent sites with room to spread out. We had our own very clean restroom that was not in the way but accessible. There are a number of trails to access from the site including Setrock Falls. Even though the campground was full, we felt completely private in our site. The Toe River is the real gift of this site. The constant sounds around you and the river loop trail allowed you to explore further. This is a perfect site for kids because it is open and the river is shallow enough. I would highly recommend this site any time of year because of the river but fall adds a special quality with the leaves all around.