3 Parks near Lake Toxaway, North Carolina
Lake Toxaway, North Carolina (map) | (828) 966-9350
Sites: 144 | Latest Rate: $75.00 | 25 Reviews
May 2016 - $75.00
This is a beautiful place....very clean and we'll constructed. The staff was more than helpful and very friendly. We didn't use the bath house but I'm sure it's immaculate. We found the last 8 miles of the trip to be quite challenging but doable. If u go out and about be prepared for curvy hilly roads. We experienced other drivers on our bumper because we weren't doing 60 in a 35 speed zone. Let's say u should plan anything u do outside the resort to be a "day trip".
I couldn't give a 10 because there is no usable wifi at our site and the road leading into the resort for the last 8 miles is pretty risky and to go out and about requires patience. The scenery of Carolina Blue and the mountains outweigh the driving to the local areas. - Bob Ratliff
Nov 2015 - $75.00
We spent two weeks at Mountain Falls at the end of the foliage and tourist season so there were very few motorhomes in the park while we were there. The park itself is paved throughout with concrete pads which are level. Almost every site has landscaping or development of some sort. Our lot (#4) was near the entrance to the park and was nicely designed with delightful sitting areas and lighting. Is was close to Rt. 64 so there is a bit of traffic noise but nothing that was bothersome. The park itself is cleaned and nicely maintained. The views from The Ridge at the top of the resort are stunning although the sites for rent in this section are quite stark, mostly just a level concrete pad. We drive a 43' MH and tow a car making the drive into the resort from the East quite interesting. The road is narrow and curvy for the last 5 or six miles so one must go slow and carefully. If we were returning, we might take off the car prior to this last section of the road. As previously noted there is not a lot to do locally without a 30 - 60 minutes drive but it suited us just fine, we appreciated the quiet and the solitude. The club house is very nice and we used the exercise room several times. Wifi worked pretty well from our location, satellite reception was good. We would stay here again. - LvR
Oct 2015 - $105.00
This is an ownership campground but is open to all Class a's over 35 feet. There are two sections, the original section that is deluxe but older, and a brand new "ridge"section that is spectacular for its truly awesome mountain views. We stayed on the ridge, hence the stiff fee. Sites in the older section are cheaper but lack the fabulous views (although you can easily drive to the ridge without staying there).
The campground is hard to get to. You cannot approach it from the north or west because the roads are not suitable for RV's, and even the roads from the east and south are very difficult mountain driving. Tight turns with 25 mph blind corners and narrow lanes make it difficult but doable. The other drawback is that there is very little to see or do in the area without driving a half hour or more on the same difficult and slow mountain roads, even in your car.
The views were worth it all, and I am glad we went, but having seen it I don't know if I'd reurn. - Rodstein
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Curvy road getting there but campground was in a beautiful setting. Covered patio with big screen TV and fireplace used every night for friendly gatherings. Hosts kept the whole area clean every day. Mix of return visitors and first timers like us. - J and T RV Travels
Sep 2015 - $85.00
Beautiful view from some sites. Not a low cost park. - Clarence Barinowski
Oct 2014 - $17.00
We have been fulltiming for the past 4 months and this has been our favorite campground so far especially for a small campground. Upon arriving, the host was there to greet us and help us back into our site and was extremely helpful throughout our stay. Within the campground itself there was a small covered gathering area that had a TV and large fireplace and next to this was a large covered kitchen and BBQ area that had the stream running next to it. A five minute walk on the 51 acre property brings you to another large covered gathering area that had a kitchen, BBQ, and TV that overlooked a stocked fish pond. During the week we were there, which was just prior to the campground closing for the winter, there was a number of activities that brought campers together, such as a cookout, skeet shooting, fishing, golf outing, and happy hour. A few sites had plenty of room for the largest rig and a vehicle. Bathrooms and laundry were very clean. Very quiet and peaceful and a perfect campground to serve as a home base to hike and see the many waterfalls in the area. The only side note is that you make sure you follow the directions on their website, which stresses the third "driveway" past the Post Office, or else you will miss the turn. We will definitely stay here again when in the area. - Michael8585
Aug 2014 - $35.00
We concur with all of the previous feedback re: the fantastic hosts, friendly & helpful seasonal campers, the quiet campground, beautiful landscape, creek with waterfalls, etc. This is our favorite campground ever! We Love this place! We searched for a campground in a location with cooler summer climates; this was the third one we toured. We knew immediately that this was the place. We made reservations for a month's stay. Enjoyed it so much, we extended our stay another month. Daily happy hours, weekly golf outings, grill outs, pot luck dinners & host-prepared meals are on the monthly calendar. This campground is geared towards adults, but families are welcome. We've always appreciated RV park reviews, although we have never written a review ourselves. We love this place so much, we felt compelled to sign-up and write a review so fellow campers can enjoy this gem. - Ruffin' It