We are amazed this campground has not been rated before. It is a NPS campground, on the Blue Ridge Parkway at milepost 340. It was formerly known as "Crabtree Meadows". The name was changed so that travelers would know the main attraction was the beautiful falls nearby. There are about 22 RV sites that will accommodate RVs up to 36 ft or more. Do not expect good satellite or cell phone service here although we did have Verizon cell phone and "air card" service. In addition, there are 71 tent sites in a separate area. All sites are shaded with hardwoods (hickory, etc). A VERY quiet campground with paved roads and sites. This is a great campground to get away from it all! At the entrance is a visitors center with gift shop and snack bar. We were only 8 miles from shopping in Spruce Pine. We "camped" in a 36 ft RV. Generators may be used between 8 AM and 9 PM. The fee rate is for Golden Age Passport, otherwise, it is $16. We definitely will camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.