The views from this campground are spectacular! If you can get a site along the edge of the drop off, you will be able to witness a beautiful setting. It is a small campground and fairly remote, but it does have a variety of accommodations for such a small campground. What surprised me most is that it even has yurts. The tent sites are rather primitive, but it is only a short walk from the tent site to the bath house.
My favorite place at the campground is an outdoor area overlooking the French Broad River. There are picnic tables, and if you take your comfortable chair, you could sit there for hours looking at the view. Apparently, there must be Wi-Fi since I saw a man with his computer and earplugs working diligently. There is also an activity field, which can be used for a variety of activities including cornhole.
The bath house has private shower/toilet facilities, but the shower was a little too small. I am not a big guy, but I could only imagine how difficult it might be for somebody who is a lot larger than I am.
There is a store, but you cannot go inside(because of the pandemic, maybe?). Instead, there is a list of supplies on the wall outside the office. Firewood can also be purchased at the campground, especially since the name and their promotional information mentions having campfires.
I would recommend this campground for anybody looking for spectacular views and for anyone who wants to camp some place close to Asheville.