Nice park, very quite, very scenic. The managers were very helpful and went out of their way to make sure everything was ok. It is close to lots of things to see, the German Resturant in Black Mountain is a must. We will be back for sure and the $15 is Passport rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a small family campground that we have camped in twice. Both times we were lucky enough to get a spot on the creek/river. It was very peaceful and serene and the last trip we got the spot with a wooden deck that overlooks the creek. The sites are relatively level and on gravel with shade trees on most sites. The bathhouse is small, but clean. There are two toilets and two showers in each restroom. There is a small playground for the kids and a covered picnic area for folks wanting to have a family reunion or get-together. The owners and their family live on site and have a few farm animals (ponies, chickens). The tent section is across the creek and down a little way from the RV section and they now have several yurts that they rent out. There is a small laundry room, but I did not have occasion to use it. The best feature of the campground is that it is in walking distance to the trailhead to the Catawba Falls waterfall trail. Unfortunately it poured rain almost the whole time we were here this year and there was a lot of mud to wade through, so some extra gravel at the sites would have been nice. We will likely return to this campground in the future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice. Family friendly and it is just a short hike to see the beautiful Falls. This small campground is immaculate in cleanliness. There is a small 'catch and release' pond for campers use. The store is well stocked and is most of the day. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Very bare bones and no shade but very peaceful place. We loved the tranquility and will certainly be back. The elderly owners are constantly making improvements and are wonderful hosts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a bare-bones campground in a beautiful setting. All sites are pull through but on a hill. Easy to level. They are still developing some sites. No shade spots. Next to a wooded area with a hiking trail. Great location for Chimney Rock, Mt. Mitchell, and Asheville. Grandma and grandpa are wonderful people! Restrooms very clean. Gravel road and park on gravel. Each site has a picnic bench but they are very old. Curvy road back to the campground. They accept Passport America all year round. The price reflects this. If you want a peaceful place to stay, this is the place. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.