Diana C.
Morganton, NC
Joined July 2017
I am a teacher who loves to camp, hike, and travel (on a dime, of course).

This campground includes several very private walk-in and back country primitive sites. The trails in the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area are lovely and accommodate a variety of skill levels. It is pretty clean, but you can tell it is a popular campground, as there is plenty of evidence of human activity. The ranger station has a nice picnic area with a little store, a bath house with flush toilets and hot showers, and an old retired fish hatchery to explore.

Nice for people who are social

The campground was clean, and the camp host was very friendly. However, the sites were close enough together that we didn't have much privacy. It would be great for a family who likes lots of company. It is dog friendly, and has a few good hiking trails. You can also check out a cool old cemetery nearby.