Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Hidden Creek Camping Resort

Hidden Creek is nestled at the base of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. 64-acre park boasts Full Hook-Up; Water/Electric and tent sites; and cozy cabins. Guests can enjoy paddleboats, canoes and kayaks on the water, and then relax with 9 holes of miniature golf and gem mining onsite. A 300-foot waterslide, junior Olympic pool and kiddie pool help beat the summer heat, while fishing, crafts, bag toss, dances, swimming, s’more roasts, volleyball, bingo, and movies under the stars at the family theatre ensure the entire family enjoys their stay. The park is also a great home base for exploring the North Carolina mountains, with an easy drive to Chimney Rock, Grandfather Mountain Linville Caverns and the many gorgeous waterfalls in the area.

Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Hidden Creek Camping Resort is located in North Carolina
35.6578 N
-81.9374 W
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4 Reviews of Hidden Creek Camping Resort
Site was ok, pool was great, bathrooms... not so much.


The site that we stayed on was great. Very close to the lake. The lake was fantastic! Lots of good fishing for the kids. There was a nice playground too. The pool was so nice and a life saver because it was pretty warm during the day. 

The bad part about this place was the bathrooms. They were very dirty and there were only 2 bathhouses for dozens and dozens of sites. The shower was awful as it was very moldy and creepy. Overall, I wouldn’t return because of the bathroom situation. However, I believe the new owners just took over when we stayed so since then they may have remedied the bathroom situation.

Fun campground for the kids.

Has a water slide and pool.

Love Hidden Creek

Best family campground ever.We loved the canoes and waterslide

First to Review
Mediocre at best

We stayed for five days in June. Just be aware that there is no tv reception (not one channel) and cell reception is nonexistent due to being in a valley. They are however in the process of installing cable. It was not completed when we were there. The pool and water slide were open but you have to pay extra for the water slide. The "lake" they say you can fish in was muddy brown and disgusting looking. It was just ok for us.