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We left camping and stopped in so we could eat lunch and let the kids play in the river. The park is very nice and clean. It is a very busy place but everyone is friendly. They have picnic tables and grills to use if...More
You MUST visit this park while in Cherokee!! The river is crystal clear and relaxing- the entire park is very clean and quiet and peaceful! The bridges are very nice and the bamboo forest is beautiful- just take your mosquito repellent! :)
Awesome park, been here many times over the years. Bring my children here for the river, this visit we came while on our anniversary trip. The storytelling native was interesting and taught us a lot about Cherokee heritage. Great free activity on weekends in Cherokee!
Very pretty and lots to do. It was said that pets were allowed so we drove all the way there and the sign on the bridge said no dogs. We started to leave but luckily saw other people with dogs on the opposit side of...More
This is an open park (no fences) and you can enter 24/7, but basically, it is usable dawn to dusk. Parking is an issue if it is crowded. No camping, but sometimes there are self-contained RVs in the parking lot.
If you are asking if there are RV spots to hook up and camp overnight, like a campground, the answer is no. It's not a campground. But like others have said, there are some parking lots very close that would accommodate a... More
If you are asking if there are RV spots to hook up and camp overnight, like a campground, the answer is no. It's not a campground. But like others have said, there are some parking lots very close that would accommodate a camper or RV. The park is actually straddled by a creek coming out of the mountains. Think of it as a "zero-depth river" like the ones you might find at a town pool. It's great for the kids, and for those of us who want to "dip our toes in a mountain stream!"
FYI - There is a KOA campground that is about 5-10 minutes from here that has cabins, paved sites, and hook-ups if you are looking to camp. I'm pretty sure they have a stocked pond and another mountain stream coming through the campground.