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32 RV Parks near Cedar Mountain, North Carolina
Sep 2017 - $35.00
The staff was friendly as advertised. The narrow gravel road up to the office was dangerous and a car actually had to back up the road because we were halfway up when we met. The rope blocking passage to the campsites was useless as it was not locked and was only a nuisance to the guests. The site for a mid-sized (29') motorhome was too small. Once the motorhome was in place, there was no place for the car. We squeezed the car in and we were unable to open the storage bins and outdoor kitchen doors. Our "full hook-up site" did not have sewer. The Wi-Fi was inconsistent and the phone reception was spotty. Our GPS didn't even work on the way out so it was exciting to travel blind until we reached civilization. My big complaint was we stayed there with Hurricane "Irma" approaching. Even though the bands that reached North Carolina were "only" tropical storm strength, we decided to not chance the gusts with a 12'6" high moving target. When I mentioned it to one of the owners that we were leaving, he almost mocked me telling me it was going to Kentucky. We left, and sure enough gusts were up to 60 mph in the mountains of NC. We won't be back and won't be suggesting this place to our RV friends. - Charlie P54
Aug 2017 - $37.00
This was our first stay at Black Forest. The campground was clean and the staff was very friendly. The sites were a little tight, but once we got backed in/parked (which was very easy & pretty level) and set up, the closeness wasn't too bad (thankfully, we had really nice neighbors). Our site had full hookups (including sewer) and power boxes located on both sides, so very convenient no matter what type of travel trailer or RV you are using.
They do have a large clean pool and offer a pancake & sausage breakfast for $7. There were a few cons, too, though. The campground is a good distance away from the city of Brevard and Pisgah National Forest, so it isn't convenient for those who really plan on spending the majority of their time bouncing around the city. The road up to the campground (from the main road) is a very narrow dirt road and can be a little tricky if you meet another car on your way in or out.
The WiFi should not even be advertised as an extra feature as it's non-existent unless you are up very, very early before anyone else logs on and barely available even then (with no cell service available, it would have been nice to have just in case). Lastly, there's a rope "gate" that you have to take down and put back up every time you come or go in your vehicle from the campground. It's really a useless thing other than being inconvenient as anyone can walk around it at any time and there's no lock on it to keep anyone out.
Overall a very nice place to stay and we'll definitely consider making a return trip. - FlowerChild7275
Sep 2016 - $44.00
Most sites are heavily wooded and the campground is very hilly. We upgraded to a premium site upon arrival so we could get one where our dish would work (it did). Ota was good with and the WIFI was decent. No AT&T but Verizon worked. The roads are gravel so they get bumpy and are pretty dusty. The bath house was clean and spacious but quite a hike uphill from our site. The pool was large and clean. Pretty convenient to Brevard. - Crottys
Jun 2014 - $31.00
Beautiful park for tent campers. Very clean. Roads a little steep and other sites pretty small; we had no trouble with our 24' travel trailer on the site we were given, but I didn't see another site we would fit on. Quite off the beaten path. Owners were extremely nice and very helpful. - bdodson
Jul 2013 - $32.00
Very nice park in a beautiful area just outside of Brevard. Owners are very friendly and provide a wealth of information about local attractions and happenings. Park was quiet and well maintained. Wi-Fi is available but spotty during bad weather. Cell phone service is nonexistent. Only negatives where the narrow streets, small sites and they don't take credit cards. If you have a small RV, its a pretty nice place to stay. - John G
Jun 2013 - $30.00
This was our third trip to Brevard and our second stay at Ash Grove. Once again it did not disappoint! The owners are gracious and beyond helpful. The sites are beautiful. The location is convenient to town but far enough out that you feel nature everywhere. Every time we go camping my youngest son begs to be taken back to Ash Grove. It really epitomizes what camping is all about. - TNGina
Jun 2017 - $1.00
We stayed at Palmetto Cove RV for 3 months while my fiancé worked. The park was very well maintained and the grass and flowers were manicured on a regular basis. The view of the mountains was spectacular. There is a very nice path that leads down to a bridge that leads to a big rock on the Saluda River, if you walk a little further you can get to a cute little "beach" area that has a fire pit and a little bench to sit on. Fishing and wading in the Saluda is fun for all. There is a very nice pavilion with rocking chairs, table and chairs, fire place, grills and smokers that are available for all to use. There is a lounge area up at the pavilion also. The office has washers and dryers that handle larger loads. There is Free wifi too. The people at the park were extremely nice, welcoming and accommodating. The park is dog friendly, as long as you keep them on a leash. Love this place!!!! My fiancé, and 2 dogs can't wait to come back! Just a wonderful park all around! I do not know that daily rate, ours was monthly at $500.00. - Fulltimers-42footRV Carhauler_ 3dogs
Nov 2016 - $25.00
This RV park hits all five stars for me for convenience, electricity, sewage access, easy in and out, but most of all REALLY, REALLY nice people. - nancymoureau
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a somewhat unusual park, in that it is actually owned by a non-profit organization with origins back to Airstream. In recent years the campground has been opened to anyone with a self-contained RV as the campground does not have shower facilities. Sites are full hookup, complete with municipal water supply. If you're looking for a playground, pool, picnic table at each site, this is probably not the place for you. However if you're looking for a quiet, peaceful place with some of the friendliest campers you'll ever encounter anywhere, then this is a place for you. There is a small river about 200 feet off the south end of the park for a refreshing swim. Also there is a large covered area with many rockers for you to sit and enjoy the sun setting on the mountains to the west. If you have a larger RV, this is one of the very few places in the South Carolina foothills that can easily accommodate the largest RV's made. Palmetto Cove is close to many fantastic waterfalls, hiking trails and several very large South Carolina State Parks, albeit all with very limited or no accommodations for larger RVs. The campground always has full time volunteer hosts on site. About the only time the campground is really busy is when a rally is being hosted. Though they do not take reservations, a call ahead is suggested if you want to avoid being there during a rally. Other times they do space the campers out to give everyone a lot of space. Almost all of the campground sites provide good satellite access, and there are several strong over-the-air TV stations also available. Verizon and AT&T signals are weak in the campground but workable throughout most of the campground. - Johnson's
May 2018 - $40.00
We had a great time at Solitude Point. Very clean and the owners were very helpful in making our stay the best ever. Our site was on a concrete pad with table. Many water falls were very close and Brevard nc was also close to visit. We will certainly return to Solitude Point! - dave edwards
May 2018 - $40.00
Very narrow road to top of hill to register! Staff very nice and takes you back down to your site. Lower sites gravel, upper sites paved. We are 45' so had a large back in - not easy to level but doable for a few days. Very peaceful. Wifi excellent. Off the beaten path but not too far from scenic drives. - Retired FL CSM
Nov 2017 - $20.00
We stayed at Solitude Pointe for a little less than a month (reflected in price above) and enjoyed the peaceful park like atmosphere very much. This is the first campground we stayed at that provides an outside garbage can that they empty. That is so much nicer than seeing bags of trash everywhere. I highly recommend the Sat evening group camp fire -it's a great chance to meet others and enjoy a lovely fire. We paid a monthly rate plus electricity cost. Laundry is $2.50 per wash and $2.50 per dry on the honor system. Our site was a bit difficult to back into and required us to remove our hitch, it was just too much of a drop back into it, but the owner helped and it was much appreciated. But once in, it was level and paved so we stayed very clean. Our Verizon was non existent so we finally purchased a booster and then got three bars with that. Wifi was adequate but a bit spotty over the month. I think the owner installed some new repeaters and then it was much better. If you want to use a dish, I recommend the sites closer to the road, there is just no way at the top. Hiking is the main attraction around these parts. - Djinfl
Oct 2015 - $35.00
I love this park! Great swimming area and grounds are clean and well kept. Hostess were friendly and very helpful. Nice campers store on site. Only problem I seen was the campground didn't have enough bath houses and the staffs cleaning schedule was during prime shower time. Overall this is a wonderful campground and we will visit again. - Rhonda Andrews
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We just got an email stating that this campground is closed. Not open for 2016 and not taking reservations.
What a shame, it was a great place. - epperson1
May 2015 - $35.00
Campground is older style and roads are narrow, we were limited to 30 amp service (they only have a small number of 50 amp sites), No cell phone service from Verizon. There are sites large enough to accommodate larger rigs, getting to them can be a challenge. Nice place to stay, especially for the canoe or kayak enthusiast. Several waterfalls to enjoy in the area, one you can access via canoe from CG. Mostly gravel roads and all sites are gravel, sites are close to one another, but by no means as close as a typical KOA. Camp store was well stocked, staff was very friendly. - Tn22
Apr 2018 - $45.00
This is a convenient location, and it was not unsafe, but the campground area is a mess. When you first pull in you see a pond with a gazebo, a pool that was not opened yet, and the building that houses the office. So far so good. Then you drive down to the entrance of the campground, and you wish you were staying somewhere else. The road is bumpy, and not good. The sites are the same, with little shoots of grass between the gravel. It was hard for my husband to level, and do all the hook ups. The cabins looked cute, but I wasn't inside any; however, they are in the midst of the campers. Enough said..... One more thing, ducks wandering all around, I didn't mind them, but you might. - Jessicadez
Sep 2017 - $80.00
Stayed in a family cabin, had all the necessities! Very clean, trundle bed was a little old, but my sister and I both slept comfortably! Second night her adult son joined us, and he slept well in the loft. Heater for the chilly nights was needed! Very nice staff, very enjoyable stay! We were in town for the Music Song Festival, so did not use the room much during the day, but was a GREAT base for the festival! - Gapch1024
Jun 2017 - $28.00
Seven nights at $200 was just too good to be true. No one to check you in - one sheet of information waiting in a box at Village Office door. Owner or Operator had white truck you'd see now and then but no contact was made with me. Office was never opened when I stopped by. Village housed permanent residents in run-down trailers. RV sites were small and cramped. Pond had fish but board walk over it was rickety and needed repair. Pool was old and needed surface debris and bug removal. We did it ourselves because it just wasn't being done by anyone else. No ambience at all and not what I considered a nice place to relax outdoors and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. I can only reference the RV area because I did not see the tent sites or go inside a cabin. I kept my shades drawn because there was nothing I wanted to look at. I love Brevard but never again at Adventure Village. - fritzwich
Aug 2018 - $35.00
nice campground with paved roads. White Oak section sites are further apart. What's nice about this park is the hiking trails with waterfalls and a lake. - RedwineRVing
Aug 2018 - $90.00
We stayed here for 3 nights. This was the last rv section at the end of a very winding road. Only lot avaiable I was told. There were several lots vacant in other parts that people came on the 3rd night. The bathrooms and showers were nasty. Wet towels on the floor until the day we left. Mud was everywhere inside the B/R. Lots had just power and water, but there was the smell of someone dumping his tanks. I spoke to a Jr Ranger (twice) bout the dirty bath, showers and the smell. The only person that had a hose out was the site host. The Jr. Ranger looked the other way. I found out that he never passed the word to the park admin. The main check in is a long way from the parking lot . There is no drive up for handicap people. There are plenty af H/C spaces but it was a long walk to the door. Move your H/C parking close to the check in building !!!!!!!!!!!!! We had no cell phone, tv reception was poor and power went out for a time . Couldn't sleep CPAP has to have power. Never again will I leave my generator at home ! And never again will I stay there. - SubVet SSBN619
Oct 2015 - $19.00
This is one of our favorite camping locations in spite of the minor problems pointed out by other reviews.
The Roads are a bit narrow, some of the sites aren't perfectly level. We also found some erosion where the gravel driveways into the sites leave the paved loop.
BUT - The views here are amazing. The lake is fantastic. But mostly this park has some of the best hiking in the South. Great trails that pass many waterfalls and creeks. It's also great to take drives into the Jocastes Gorges and Ceasar's Head areas and enjoy the views, waterfalls and other hikes.
We found the staff very friendly.
But the BEST THING about the park - there is almost NO Cell service and NO Wifi except at the store. So we can focus on camping without being bothered by the office, or tempted to play with our electronic devices. - Buddy Ray
Sep 2018 - $29.00
This is a small, rustic park. Nothing fancy. It is deep in the woods with a clean clear river on the boundary. I would recommend to anyone that wants a private woodsy feel but only if you have a unit that is under 30 ft, preferably even smaller than that. Very tight turns and sites bordered by large trees. The entrance to the park is over the river on a narrow trestle one lane wooden bridge. It can be quite intimidating. It is a Passport Amer park but only good Mon to Fri. PA rate is 14.50 for fhu pull thru. - 70 Nole
Jun 2012 - $27.00
Great Location in Transylvania county NC,close to Blue Ridge PKW and numerous fantastic waterfalls. The campground is nestled in a valley surrounded by mountains with the French River running through it. Horses and chickens are at the park. The owners are great helpful big heart people and we felt like at home. - summerdude
Aug 2018 - $28.00
We stayed on the Hemlock Loop (site 119). The campground is made up of several different loops - some are tent only, some are a mix of small(ish) RVs and travel trailers (no Class C Big Rigs allowed in here!). We love the Hemlock loop because it runs right along the Davidson River, so you can hear that wonderful "whooshing" river sound all day long. While we were able to snag a site with 30-amp electricity (there are only a few throughout the campground), none of the sites within Davidson River have water or sewer hook ups. There is a potable water station and dump station at the campground entrance. Once you're inside the campground (and only people with campground reservations are allowed beyond the gates), you have access to hiking trails, swimming holes, fishing, tubing, meadows, walking trails and much more! The sites are really spacious - some of the biggest I've seen - so you have plenty of room to spread out without feeling like you're encroaching on your neighbor. ONE TIP: THERE IS LITTLE TO NO CELL SERVICE ONCE YOU DRIVE INTO THE CAMPGROUND. You're in the forest! You might get lucky to get a text message out here and there, but no Internet or phone calls are likely to get through. Enjoy the break from electronics and commune with nature! The bathhouses are typical state and/or national park service bathrooms. Nothing glamorous, with the shower water on a timer so as to conserve resources. But the shower water is warm, and the restrooms were mostly maintained from what I could see. - TheFamilyGlampers
May 2018 - $28.00
This was my first time in this campground. I booked to stay for a weekend and participate in PMBAR mountain bike race. The location it is the best! for any person interested in this event "just crossing the street". The staff was very good. I need to made the following observations: You need to set your calendar to schedule with enough time (6 months) ahead to catch one of the limited spots available for booking. If not, you will be in the "First in-set" system that doesn't warranty a space until you arrive, and they see if there is still an available spot. I booked in the first loop, very convenient for my race participation. After un-plugging, aligning and disconnecting our RV from the hitch, I notice NO WATER faucet in the site. Fill in your potable water tank as soon pass the check-in station. This place is close (5-10 minutes driving) to multiple bike shops, food places and grocery stores . Very quiet and enjoyable environment. - DH Engineer
Mar 2018 - $22.00
One of our favorite campgrounds. We have camped here every year for over 20 years. First in tents when our girls were young....eventually upgraded to an RV now that girls are out of college! One downside is that most sites don't have hookups. If you reserve far enough in advance you might get one of the few that do have electricity. There are also a lot of first come, first serve sites. Beautiful sites, friendly staff, and so peaceful! Fun to rent a tub in the summer and float down the river. - ScoobyD
Apr 2010 - $25.00
Great place to fish at! The owners are very helpful. The park is nice and clean. - tn2night
Oct 2009 - $25.00
Nice owners, its a bit out of the way, but is well worth it. You can walk over to where you want to fish and don't have to drive. We will go back again. - campamytime
Jul 2009 - $20.00
The Campgrounds very run down, and looks nothing like web page what so ever. The restrooms are nothing more then upgraded outhouses and NOT clean at all. The shower house is an outdoor wooden shack with a screen door covered with several layers of plastic so you can not see inside. We attempted to talk to owners and they were NOT concerned at all. - John4nc