It’s a very central to downtown Asheville and provided you’re river front it’s a nice campground. Unfortunately all of the sites that aren’t river front back up directly to the interstate — a little noisy to say the lease. Everyone was friendly, and we spent most of our time touring the city.
We stayed at the Carolina Hemlocks campground while taking a road trip down the Blue Ridge Parkway. Very private campground that borders the South Toe River. Nice tubing put in and a great swimming spot directly in the campground. The bathrooms and shower was well taken care. Very friendly camp hosts. We stayed in site 31, which was a nice wooded private spot in the back of the campground.
We love camping at Fort Mountain. Its usually a good bit cooler due to the elevation, and the private wooded campsites make tent camping in Georgia’s summer heat much more enjoyable. Good hiking and things to do nearby.
We spent the night in one of the Oceanfront RV spots. The RV spots are in a very open field, but they are directly on the water. When the tide goes out you have the entire inlet to walk around in and explore. At night the stars were absolutely amazing!
We staid here while visiting Acadia National Park. It’s outside the park, but not too far. While it was very crowded when we were there, we had a spot directly on the water which made it feel more private. The sunsets were absolutely gorgeous. Great bathrooms/showers, and the WiFi worked pretty well.
Spent a night here as we took a road trip up the coast of Maine to Acadia National Park. Very open campground, but each space had enough room, plus it wasn’t very busy when we were there. Bathrooms were nice, but the showers were a little primitive, the water was nice and hot though. Right down the road from the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse with a wonderful breakfast spot right next door — I’d recommend the blueberry pancakes.
We spent a night here while visiting Acadia National Park, got in late and left before sunrise to make it to the top of Cadillac Mountain. The campground was packed, but due to all of the trees our campsite felt private. Great location inside the park, and close to Bar Harbor.
The campground is right off loop road. Spots are a little close, and not very private, but you cant beat the location in the park. We saw 3 bears, a red wolf, and numerous dear and elk during our stay.