White Rocks Campground is in a secluded forest setting with cool summertime temperatures and great wildlife watching opportunities. A small creek meanders through several campsites and a nature trail traverses through the woods. Area highlights include Mountain Lake Wilderness, Mountain Lake, Glen Alton Day Use Area, Hanging Rock Raptor Observatory, Potts Rail Trail, Appalachian Trail, and multiple hiking opportunities.
This is a great spot to get away from almost everything. No cell, no wifi, no hook ups, no showers.
Lots of hiking with a short 1.3 loop mile trail right out of the campground, and several trails nearby, including a few different connectors to sections of the AT.
Usually few if any campers here, but lots of wildlife to be seen and heard in and around the campground.
Theres a camp host who takes care of both bath houses, which have sinks and flush toilets. No hot water, and no showers. There are a few water hydrants throughout the campground for water.