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I have been camping since before I could walk- but I had always had sites that were secluded or more private. So when I pulled up to the sites I was nonplussed. They are tiny. BUT Once I set everything up, I climbed down the...More
We camped here over Independence Day weekend and felt lucky to get a place to stay. The nicest things about this site are the owners who are very friendly and accomodating, and the setting which is very nice along the river. Also, it's within an...More
Every night you fall asleep with the sounds of the rapids of the river flowing just feet away. Not many tent sites (mostly older people who seasonally camp in their big campers). Everyone is nice and waves. Bath houses are exactly how you would imagine...More
I have visited this place over 15 years ago, I remembered how quiet & secluded this natural rustic camp ground felt. Well is still felt the same way!!! We had no service so that was a blessing. Place can use some upkeep mostly in the...More
It's OK for a quick overnight stay but for a week no. They need to clear bushes and weeds off rocks going into river full of poison oak. Lots are really muddy when it rains,need to put some gravel on lots. We used the washers...More
Yes one at chimney rock park & we found that it was behind our campsite also. There is a county close by that is nicknamed county of waterfalls, it starts with a L but I can't remember. God Bless & enjoy your adventure!!!
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