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Judging by the difficulty in getting a decent campsite, Asheville, NC is a very popular place. To date, camping here has not been a good experience. Add Bear Creek RV Park to the list of overpriced, apathetic businesses who appear to over-represent themselves to transient...More
Traffic noise from Bear Creek and from the interstate was really bad! Their location is convenient to get to, but you pay the price in listening to traffic. The restrooms and showers were top-notch and was a please to see. A lot of campgrounds do...More
All are back-in spaces designed for motorhomes. Some are 30A and some are 50A… it’s a coin toss. Since we pull a 30’ Airstream it was assumed we only need 30A. Airstream no longer makes a 30’ 30A. So forget coffee and a microwave at...More
Stayed four nights at bear creek, very convenient to all the area attractions. The camp sites were a little small for a 38 foot rv. Most of the staff was very friendly except for one young girl. I won't name her on here. She was...More
What gracious and lovely people. They accommodated everyone they could. Fantastic views,, close to good restaurants. Easy in, easy out. You do hear traffic because you are in the middle of everything. Very good experience.
Enterprise has a location a few miles away. Their prices seemed high. Probably since it is a tourist area. If you are only going to use the car within Cherokee you really don't need one. The taxi service is good (but... More
Enterprise has a location a few miles away. Their prices seemed high. Probably since it is a tourist area. If you are only going to use the car within Cherokee you really don't need one. The taxi service is good (but pricy) and later I found out the Cherokee Transit bus will come to the park for $2/passenger. Have a great time