40 RV Parks near Black Mountain, North Carolina
We did however find 40 campgrounds within 25 miles of Black Mountain. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Black Mountain in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We had a 10 night stay here and we used it as a home base for exploring the amazing Asheville area. We loved our trip to Asheville, But the site at the koa was terrible. This koa has nice sites on the river, but we were not special enough for one of those. We were crammed under a tree, squished in between two other large rvs. We did not let the caca site get in the way of our fun though! The kids liked the playground, river area, game room and they made new friends. We made the best of it as you always have to do when you go rving. The man that escorted us to our site was superb! He helped us out a ton. I highly recommended this campground but like I said, try and get a nice site by the river. Asheville and Black Mountain are both amazing places and the hikes around these areas are not to be missed. Do not hesitate to stay at this koa as it is safe and conveniently located. - Howls_Castle
Sep 2016 - $47.00
Sites close together. Pretty much dirt sites. Rained and it was a muddy mess. The sites to the right of the store have stone and are much nicer. Don't know why the sites on the left side are not provided with stone covering the dirt. Across the creek are several additional tent and RV sites which for some reason are not utilized. All of us are crammed together up front. The WiFi is non-existent. The bath house attached to the office was last updated sometime during the 1950's. Shower stalls are dirty.
Our sites picnic table is about 2' from our neighbors sewer hide. Yumm. - minnow
Aug 2016 - $50.00
This is a typical KOA. The interior roads are paved and the sites are gravel and grass. We had a premium site with full hookups (all good), a concrete pad, brick patio with dinning table/4 chairs and 2 lounge chairs and small table. (There are only 3 premium sites, B-15, 16, and 17). Most of the other sites are gravel and grass.
Veterans, ask for your discount. It is not advertised but it is there if you ask for the discount.
There are lots of ducks and geese on the property. There is a fenced dog park and they do recycle. In addition to the $50.00 site fee, there is a $2.50 daily AMP charge.
There is a railroad and crossing directly across the roadway and Casey Jones likes to lean on the horn button at all hours of the day and night. - Michael47
Sep 2009 - $15.00
This is a great place to stay when attending an event at Lifeway's Ridgecrest Conference Center. It is quiet and well cared for, mostly by volunteers who are there helping at the conference center and staying at the campground. You would be hard pressed to find nicer, more helpful campground hosts. If you are not in real good shape, you will need a car to get back and forth to the conference center. The road between is a public road (not very busy) and is VERY hilly. Up and over the interstate then down to the bottom of the center then back up to any of the facilities. The laundry is small (two pairs) but free. - Snure Family
Nov 2005 - $15.00
This campground is apparently part of the Ridgcrest/Lifeway Christian Conference Center. Directy across I-40 from the Conference Center, it is convenient for attendees of conferences across the expressway. Although a little "rustic", the campground did provide water, electricity, and sewer and is about the closest campground to the conference center. The comfort stations, although old, were clean and functional. Many of the individual sites had concrete pads and were adequately level. The campground is immediately adjacent to the expressway, to there is a little traffic noise. A very good alternative to campgrounds in Swanonna and Old Fort for those attending the conference center. - Pastor John
Oct 2013 - $27.00
The campground is closed. I talked to the owners today, and they said that it is unknown at this time if and when the campground will reopen under new ownership. I hope it does, as this was our favorite campground in the Asheville area. - JavanMichael
Sep 2012 - $27.00
What a deal! A little close together for the drive throughs, but you get 50 AMPS, sewage, water, TV and Wi-Fi. Nice grassy area surrounded by trees just off the interstate. There is a couple of trains that run a couple times at night, but the two other local CGs have the same problem. Some would consider the train nostalgic and not be bothered. A very nice RV store with all the things you may need. This is a trailer sales and service dealership with a mechanic on site. We stay here every time we come to Asheville. - reccarey
Jul 2012 - $27.00
This park is right off I-40 and very convenient to Asheville, Black Mountain and many other beautiful locations in the area. It is not an RV resort by any means. It is an older campground with level, full hookup sites. You will not find a lot of amenities here. If you need a pool, entertainment, etc, this is not the place for you. If you want an inexpensive, easy to get to place to park your rig while you see the awesome sites around, it will do nicely. We left each morning early: by 9 a.m., and did not return until 7 or 8. Folks are very nice and have a nice supply of RV supplies. Other necessities can be found within minutes of the area. - twins89
Apr 2017 - $64.00
Road into campground is 18 to 20% grade. Difficult for towing a vehicle. Suggest you unhitch before you get off the freeway or crossover to do it first. People were rude about it when we were surprised. Difficult to unhitch the jeep. Area in front of office for a check in is on a steep incline not easy to unhitch there either Even though they believe it is. Wi-Fi is good, worked all the time but not secure. Spaces while they may be level once you get into them are extremely difficult to enter and leave with the severe drop off on the hill. We scraped our front bumper and our back bumper and hitch while trying to get in and out of the spaces. Did not check mountain top ones but not sure how you get up there without a tow truck. Is convenient to Asheville and nearby sites if traveling during tornado season because the mountains block them. - Loneranger29
Feb 2017 - $52.00
We've loved this campground since our first stay. It's not a huge place and maneuvering can be somewhat intimidating due to the hills and curves, but the folks there will help you get to your site in one piece and with minimal stress. Once you're set up, you'll be rewarded with a heaping helping of peace and quiet. Road noise here is nearly non-existent. The grounds are well kept and clean and the gate at the entrance helps one feel a bit more secure in the evenings. Only a few of the sites are paved, so if that's your preferred landing pad, call ahead to ask. The sites at the top of the hill provide extraordinary views but are, unfortunately, closed during the winter (can't blame them - would hate to get stuck up there in the snow!). There are a pair of pinball machines at the main building that we normally love to dump quarters into. They too, however, are not available during the winter months. The pinball preservationist in me worries about their long-term health... There's also a horseshoe pitch that we didn't take advantage of and, I believe but cannot confirm, there's also a pool table in the main building. Our site came equipped with a sturdy picnic table and a really neat fire pit. Firewood is available at the office for $5 per generous bundle. If you happen to forget to pick up your wood prior to the office closing, the Ingles supermarket in town usually has some in the produce section. We had no problem with satellite service (the one owned by the phone company) or Verizon cell/data service. They do offer free wi-fi, which seemed passable, as well as digital cable, which we didn't use. As others have said, there is a church with a large parking lot that's normally empty and makes a great spot to disconnect your toad, should you have one. You could disconnect in the reception area of the campground but it would be tight and could slow others down. - PirateMonkey
Dec 2016 - $36.00
FYI, Sites 27 - 45 are closed for the winter. A gorgeous campground and is kept neat and clean. Staff is very friendly and helpful. - Cashlin
Jul 2016 - $36.00
I forgot that this is a Passport America campground, so the rate shown was twice what it might have been. When checking in, the helpful manager/owner didn't mention the possible discount. The RV portion of the campground was a ring of about a dozen sites with full hookups. About half of the sites were seasonal. Each site was made of old asphalt that only extended to the dimensions of an RV; at my site, the area for hookups was dirt which turned to mud after a daily rain storm. The small store/nail salon had a few items for sale, but more was available in Old Fort, about 3 miles from the campground, located up a "holler." There was zero over-the-air TV reception, no cable service, and poor Verizon cell phone reception, but the campground wi-fi worked very well. The tightness of the steep surrounding hills meant that a satellite TV system might not work, either. This was the second time staying at this campground, and we'd likely stay again in the future as there are not many choices in the area. - Jay Rutherford
Jun 2015 - $18.00
Small campground, very quiet, backed up to creek. Owners very nice. Only drawback was no cable and could not get satellite signal. WiFi was good. We would camp here again. - ShagsMom
Jun 2015 - $18.00
Very basic campground is laid out along both sides of the Catawba River headwaters up a narrow valley about 2.5 miles out of town. A ring of a dozen sites surrounds the bath house with about half seasonals; other sites looked a little more spacious, but sites were very close to each other. Privies in other areas of the campground. Fee shown includes Passport America discount. No OTA TV reception with minimal cell service. Wi-Fi worked well. Laid back staff very friendly and easy to deal with. Camp store was not open during my 2 day stay. I was here to watch the trains and there is very limited camping in this area. I'd probably stay here again if in the area. - Jay Rutherford
Oct 2013 - $25.00
Management & staff excellent- friendly and helpful. Clubhouse spacious and clean. Pool available in season. Laundry on site is more reasonable than Laundromat Wooded sites. We were not able to connect to Satellite. No Wi-Fi or cable available. Sites are not level or large but staff will assist in whatever it takes to level and facilitate settling into site. Convenient to Asheville and Western NC attractions. Showers could use more cleaning attention. This is our 3rd year to stay a month at this park. Despite any shortcomings we will return again next year. - M&MLuna
Nov 2016 - $33.00
My wife and I stayed here for the sole purpose of being as close as possible to downtown Asheville. It works well for that. I wanted to visit their breweries and did NOT want to worry about driving! I think you just need to have realistic expectations prior to staying here. First off, the owner is quite pleasant and helpful. He's not there all day but can be reached by phone if you need him. The park is small with several long term residents. If you aren't comfortable with your rig in tight places this may not be a good place for you. This is not an "RV Resort" in my mind. We didn't put the awning out, hang lights and plan to meet and greet! We were on the river which was nice. The sites are concrete and it's the first place in a while that I didn't have to use leveling blocks. Full hook up. Wifi was above average. Bathrooms are old, relatively clean if you ask me, not so much if you ask my wife! There is a train that runs rather routinely within a couple hundred yards. It is loud, it's a train. It didn't bother me but it may bother you. Overall if we needed access to downtown for a weekend I would stay here again. It's not a place I would bring the family a weekend of "camping". If we were traveling and needed to overnight it for a rest, this place would be fine. Very close to I40. - skiles
Nov 2016 - $35.00
We picked this RV park because of its proximity to the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the friendliness of the owner when we called to book. Other reviewers have mentioned that this is a tight campground, and it is - but we don't spend much time in the campground, we are out and about. Anyway, you will be pretty well jammed into your space, but it is doable if you have experience. The bathrooms were a joke - hadn't been cleaned in months, plus they ran out of TP and did not replace over a four day period. amazing. The place just isn't that big!! No amenities, cable worked but poorly. Big surprise was the Wifi, which was very good. This is convenient as all get out and decent value for the area. Would we stay here again? Nope. Would pay a bit more to get a lot more. Also, note the place is up for sale...ergo no surprise it is not being maintained in any sense of the word. I climbed up on the roof of our fiver and cut off a big limb that needed to be trimmed on the tree marking the edge of our spot. Picnic table was so far gone it was unusable. I should also note that is has concrete pads, which was nice. With a bit of updating and maintenance this could be a kick-butt place! - RobsRVPicks
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Attractive location due to close proximity to town. Concrete pads, EXCELLENT WiFi! The owner is friendly and endeavors to maintain this older property. - CO2RV
Jul 2016 - $38.00
We chose this location because it was close to friends in Fletcher. The campground is small and there are cabins for rent as well. It is older, but the sites were nice - we were right along the stream and enjoyed listening to the water rushing at night.
The camp store was convenient and none of the items were marked up like most camp stores. We bought firewood and some items that we forgot to store in the camper. The staff was friendly.
The campground could get noisy during the day, especially Saturday and Sunday, because it is located right off of Hwy 74A, which is a favorite ride for many motorcycle enthusiasts. We were gone most of the day, so it didn't bother us, and it goes away at dusk.
The kids enjoyed the creek and the campground pool. This place is nothing fancy, but it's a great jumping off point to get to Chimney Rock or Asheville. We would recommend the park, but only if you get the creekside sites. The picnic tables were ok. The benches were very narrow, so we made the kids sit there...the table was good for a food table, but not for adults to eat at.
The road into the campground, Hwy 74A, can be a bit tricky to navigate, but if you are a seasoned camper and adept at pulling a trailer, it shouldn't be too bad. - bqpratt
Oct 2011 - $38.00
Please be aware that the pictures for this campground on the internet are completely different that what you will see. The campground is very small and there are mostly cabins and very old ratty permanent campers here. There are very few sites for rvs. The stream is about 2 inches deep and fishing is not going to happen. The sewer hook ups for all the sites are at the front door of the next camper, so you will smell sewer gas the whole visit. There are also campsites in front of others on the creek, so this could lead to people getting blocked in. The campsites are just poorly laid out with very little room. There are just better options. We will not stay here again. For the price, there are just better options. The owners are very nice and they have taken over this campground for about a year. There is just too much work that still needs to be done. The sewer system is unacceptable. You've been warned. - 30-30man
Oct 2010 - $35.00
Beautiful, fun, family friendly park. Favorite part is Bingo with prizes on Sat. night for the whole family. Recommend to any and all. - L&MS
Apr 2017 - $38.00
Great people. Very accommodating even when a problem arose. Definitely coming back here. Falling asleep with the creek flowing is awesome. - riskymedic
Oct 2014 - $38.00
This is an old campground which has been here for years, but it is very picturesque. It's very close to town and Chimney Rock Park. Most of this campground is set up for seasonals. They save a few sites on the river for transients. The interior roads are narrow and bumpy. I think a big rig would have trouble. The sites are pretty short, but we were fine in our 33' motorhome. There's a constant roar from the river, but it would be great for kids in the summer...huge boulders to climb on! The bathrooms have not been updated in years. We used the ones in the far section, and they were functional but very rustic.....but lots of hot water. Their reviews don't say they have WiFi, but they do, and it worked fine. - mom2wildlife
Jun 2012 - $28.00
Access is by winding mountain roads and campground itself is very hilly. Some sites are right on the river which is delightful and perfect for a cool dip on a hot day. There is a playground for children, and the campground is close to Chimney Rock State Park and Lake Lure. The owners are so very helpful. We needed a nut for one of our bikes, and the owner drove to town to get one for us. The washers and dryers were great since we had laundry to do. The sites are shady and well-maintained. There are many permanent renters so plan in advance. The park filled while we were there, and many were turned away. - BarbaraJohnson
Apr 2017 - $54.00
Everything about the park is fantastic. From the drive up Hwy 80 to the site and the amenities provided. We had our 2 young children with us and they had a blast playing in the creek and fields. The park is immaculately maintained, you can tell that they love what they do. The owners were very nice and hospitable. Their web site is extremely useful in selecting where you would want to stay as they have photos of every site available with the click of the mouse. The internet and phone connectivity may be an issue for some but it worked just fine for the limited access we were wanting. We ended up staying an additional day and not wanting to leave. - MR Smith17
Oct 2016 - $43.00
Nice clean little park. Close spaces but usual for a seasonal park. Owners are somewhat friendly. Creek runs around most of the sites. WiFi but a bit slow and owners limit and watch the usage closely. The cons are: The road to the park is very narrow with lots of tight turns, not for the faint of heart. No cell phone service, you have to go down the mountain a bit for service. No laundry but there is a clean one in town if needed. Limited parking space. Ice a bit expensive at $3.50 a bag. Close to the road, can be noisy during the day but not bad at night. - southernsky
Jul 2016 - $54.00
Beautiful, small, and peaceful. The sites are on the river and it's so peaceful. Sites are big with some of the nicest picnic tables I have ever seen. Mostly adults camp here but a few kids are usually running around. Nice dog park and overall a very beautiful place to stay. This is our 3rd visit and we never want to leave. It's close to Mt Mitchell state park and the Blue Ridge Parkway. There is also canoeing and river rafting close by. - Ms Ann