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Timberfell Lodge is a clothing optional campground and lodge for men only.

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This is a family campground, so if your looking for a place to drink and party, then its not the place for you. This campground is located about 1/2 mile off the main highway on a very dusty gravel road. There's a limited number of available sites, because most are seasonal. There is a catch and release pond in the middle of the campground with sunfish, catfish, and plenty of ducks. The owner dams up the creek to provide a swimming/wading pool during the summer months. There is a laundry with cold water, and hot showers on friday and saturday. There are lots of very tall popular tree that provide lots of shade. Bingo is held under a shelter on saturday night.

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The River's Edge Campground, is a adult clothing optional campground. It's private, membership only facility catering primarily to men, although women welcome.

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This campground is located on a very dusty gravel road, and consist primarily of seasonal campers. There is a creek that the owner dams to provide a wading area. There is a catch and release fishing pond with small sunfish and catfish, and lots of ducks. The creek is prone to flooding its banks during hard rains.

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Deerhorn Campground has been condemed and razed by Caldwell County. For many years this campground was a hangout for people wanting to party hearty. All you had to do was drive past on Brown Mountain Beach road and see the huge piles of beer cans to realize this. In all my years of camping, I don't think I've ever seen a more filthy or more disgusting campground. Thank God the county officials saw fit to eliminate this eyesore from the beautiful Wilson Creek recreation area.