We stayed here in October 2017. The pictures shown on their website I think were taken when there were more campers around. While we were there, it was recovering from a flood. We got there the night after they had torrential rains. Some campers left early and some moved to different spots. It was pouring when we set-up but once we were there it was really nice. Our site was on a creek and because of the heavy rains, we were concerned about being too close to it. The rest of the time we were there, it was fine. We didn’t spend a lot of time at the campground because there were so many areas to discover all within 20 miles.
The area is close to Boone, Grandfather Mountain and Blowing Rock. I have a gallery of some images from that area. Click here.
After researching some of the other campgrounds in the area, I think this was pretty good. We will probably be going back here because we fell in love with the area.
- We paid $35/night
- Full Hook-up
- Cable is not working
- Cell and Wi-Fi spotty
- Charm Score 3-1/2 out of 5
The creek that nearly drowned out campers the day before we arrived. This is about 10 ft. from the back of our camper.
At least they had some dry wood. It was a chilly day and this fire felt so good.