28 RV Parks near Lake Toxaway, North Carolina
Sites: 230 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 35 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $95.00
This is a resort in all ways possible. Golf, swim, bike, etc and the lots are exceptional. Courteous, helpful, friendly staff. Trash pickup daily. Quiet. Waterfall. On the Ridge you can see forever, off the Ridge is a bit wooded but not so much as to interfere with satellite if you want to use it. - Lscabc
May 2017 - $90.00
Easily one of the nicest settings in the country. Exceptional high end RV resort. Laid out and landscaped beautifully. Water, rocks, trees, incredible stone work. Golf course, a walkers paradise. The only problem with this place, it's awful to get to. Narrow winding mountain road that seems to last forever. The drive down the mountain will be more enjoyable. This is certainly not an "overnight" park. It's a destination so plan on several days. And get the camera ready. You'll take lots of pictures! - John K
Nov 2016 - $65.00
Nice RV resort. People are friendly and great for big rigs. The road coming up is a challenge but very doable....Take your time.... - jjensen4
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Far from a "resort". No pool, no hot tub, no fitness room, no activities. Unless of course, you count the daily "Happy hour" as an amenity. The roads and sites are all gravel and dirt. The trees and shrubs are all overgrown. I had given the manager all of the info about our rig, because we are a bit oversized. However, the manager had no idea how big we are because, he claimed, I hadn't told him. He put us in a very tight space for the size of our rig, and it was so overgrown that we had to back the trailer right up against the cement pad to be able to open our slides. The road in and out is one very narrow lane with a VERY sharp curve that leads down a VERY STEEP hill. And finally, it rained every day...most of the day. All roads leading to and from all towns are VERY curvy. So much so that I got nauseous whenever we had to "go to town." - 1-CampeR
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Mountainous curvy roads to get to the RV park and a little tricky wide single lane gravel road downhill into RV park, but manageable and staff was helpful getting us in and out of the driveway. Don't miss the entrance! Sites are a little close together, with trees. Love the gazebo with fireplace as a gathering spot for guests, as well as the covered area with picnic tables. Nice dog walk area. Grounds well maintained. Staff very friendly. We would stay here again. - Donna_Mike G
May 2017 - $30.00
This is about the only RV park in the Cashiers, NC area. Nice, small park with nice staff. First off, take note of the 7PM cutoff for arrivals. This was a big con for us as we have a long drive and we like to stop and hike on the way in. Coming east, we also loose an hour. I talked to the staff and they offered 7:30 - not really much help. That being said, the staff are very friendly and helpful. They guide you to the spot, help you back in, check in frequently, and site maintenance was top notch. Everything was clean and groomed. There are regular activities, such as a brisket cookout for the whole campground while we were there. I understand they have a running ladies card game, and regular golf outings as well. Sites are small and fairly close together. Our 30' trailer came almost to the road and we had to park the TV sideways. - joshjack
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
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Not a very pleasant place visually, but not unpleasant. No privacy in sites and very close together. Rally small bathhouse. Decnt location. - adamant
Oct 2016 - $32.00
OK park with good location. We stayed in a newer area 'on top' in the upper level. Some motorcoach drivers may not want to drive a large coach up the narrow sloped driveway to the upper area. Lower area was easy access. - FOSJ
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
Jul 2006 - $26.00
Better hurry and get to this RV park since it's being sold to developers in October. What a shame since it was so peaseful, beautiful, cool and private. There is not another in this area for 20 miles that even remotely compares. The host owners were super. - RF Gordon
Jul 2006 - $30.00
We have camped here before and were sorely disappointed to learn the this campground will be closing down for good at the end of October. The property has been sold to a developer to create a gated Equine community. This is a real gem, very secluded. We camped here in late July when it was 95 degrees everywhere in the south and the temperature in this campground at 5:00 PM was only 72 degrees - felt so good. The management/owners are very helpful. If you get the chance, experience the unique campground before it is gone. - dieseldrive
Aug 2005 - $30.00
The park is nestled in a valley between two mountains. It is very shaded and we had perfect temperatures (70-72) even though we were camping in August. The staff and owners are quite friendly and make you feel like one of the family. There are group activities on weekends, a (pay) trout pond and 20 miles in either direction are nice little towns with gift shops, restaurants, etc... The park is level, which is unusual in the mountains. Lots of trees, and some backing is tight, but the owner will help guide you into your spot. Expect a strain on your engine to get there--and check those brakes, too! This was one of the most peaceful, relaxing camping trips ever! We will definitely make this a regular thing. - McMudder
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 - $46.00
Beautiful area on the shores of Lake Jocasse. Getting there in our 37ft Motorhome was a little unsettling as the roads to the park are not exactly big rig friendly. The park itself is nice, the campground is a little tight and roads to sites are definitely not for big rigs. Sites are not the most level. We were in site 59 which was long enough for our rig and tow car. Site was clean. Didn't use bath house but took a peek - looked a little worn and like it could use some updating. We did use the laundry which was in next loop over and it was "okay" - not the cleanest facility. Since it was not in walking distance we had to take dirty clothes in car. Parked as close to laundry as we could and when we returned to our car, we had a warning ticket for parking in a lot, only 2 others cars there, that was designated for tent campers. The park needs to designate parking for those using the laundry facility. Also, upon check in, the park staff was not the friendliest. Seemed annoyed with tending to campers waiting to check in and abruptly gave us directions to camp site on park map that turned out to be inaccurate. Don't think we will camp here again mainly because of not being big rig friendly but will definitely plan a day trip to park to enjoy the beautiful lake. - Highway Honu
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This was our first time visiting this park. Built in 1990, it is one of the newest of the state parks, which to me, makes no sense why they did not add sewer connections. Overall, a very nice park and campground. All of the staff we met were very friendly and knowledgeable. The park was clean and well kept.
Park Rangers make frequent rides thru the campground. The bathhouses were mostly clean - the floors stayed wet and dirty because of rain. One bathhouse does have a laundry, which we used and everything worked as it should. We did experience a lot of heavy rain during our stay which caused our site to wash mud and water to our door.
The sites are well spaced, electric good, great water pressure. OTA TV was hit or miss. AT&T cell service and LTE was good. The park has nice paved trails that lead to the tent sites, bathhouses and lake area.
I do not believe they had/have a camp host which may account for why our fire pit looks as if it has been some time since last cleaned.
I do want to give another big thank you to the gentleman at Burrell's (?) Automotive, a few miles from the campground. We had a mechanical problem with our vehicle and he stopped what he was doing to help and get us going again.
NOTE: On weekends this park and lake both become VERY crowded! - dtaylor
Nov 2014 - $23.00
I stayed here for several days and had reservations for more, but left early for other reasons. The camp ground areas are very nice with a lake in the mountains with good views. I have a 40' pusher and while I made it through both loops, loop #1 is extremely tight and 40's in my view shouldn't be allowed on this loop and originally in #41. Loop #2 is better and finally stayed on site #15. 30 amp hook up worked as it should and has water, but didn't use as I'm already winterized. The views are nice, roads paved, extra pad for a tent and gravel, wooded, picnic table, fire ring, and nicely cleared for rear overhang of the pusher. Originally, I was in loop #1, site #41, site is easy to back into (once in that area), but a large oak wouldn't allow for awnings to be put out on the passenger side of the coach, the Ranger quickly agreed to move me to loop #2, with about 3 sites for my size, I chose site #15. The sites on this weekend in this park were about 95% occupied with everything you can imagine. The State Park shop was about the best I've seen to date and PR's friendly. The drive lanes were covered with leaves and difficult to see the drive through the loops, which again, are supper narrow, but I'll chalk that up to all the leaves falling this time of year and harder to keep up with to keep clean. My main issue with this S/P other than the tight fit is that the interior of the showers/restrooms needing a major make over with additions to hang your clothes, towels, shampoo and soap, etc. The sinks in the restroom area also need a major update. The shower/restroom area was somewhat cleaned each day, but a bit more time spent on it could have improved this. I did use the showers in the morning and night, of course the restrooms at various times of the day during my stay. If the restrooms/showers were in better condition, I would have rated my stay to 9, but rating it at 5 just for this issue. I'm referencing the loop #2 RR/shower area. - gsc66
Oct 2014 - $19.00
Very nice state campground! We stayed at site #5. Only thing that I did not like about the campground was the loop road. The loop road was not in good shape. Another camper could not back into site #8 due to the condition of the loop road and the trees. With our 33 ft RV, it was stressful driving thru the winding loop but we made it without hitting any trees. Watch out for drain ditches on the sides of the loop road! For this reason, we would probably not stay here again although we loved the site itself. The natural bridge trail was nice and we did it with 3 dogs and 3 kids but it can be tricky and slippery in sections. In my opinion, site #2 is easiest to back into. Site #3 is not bad either. Site #4 is a nice pull thru. Our site #5 is hard to get into if you have a big rig but wonderful site once you are in! Bathrooms were very clean but not updated. Two out of 3 toilets in the ladies' restroom were out. Showers were clean (no doors / just curtains). Park is thrash free which means that thrash cans have been removed. Pack it in / Pack it out. - Tatiana
Aug 2005 - $13.00
Although this park is small it is a great getaway for rest with trails and a park museum. It allows easy acess to two great lakes. Easy to make Reservations through state parks web site. We stayed in the RV section and camped in a tent (tent section was full of scouts but they were quite a mouses) but we now have a popup trailer for our next visit this fall. Good for a stop over on hwy 11 or a week of rest!! - goldfarmer
Jul 2017 - $30.00
There is NO WATER at the site. But, you can fill up your fresh water tank just to the left as you pull in. The front staff are unbelievable and truly love their jobs. They staffed the front gate, I believe, 24 hours. We were passing through from Myrtle Beach and stayed one night. We loved this place so much that we are going to stay two nights next year. The bike/hiking path is awesome and runs right along the river. Easy access to grocery stores, Dolly's ice cream and quite a few restaurants if you aren't cooking. The bathhouses are small. In the sycamore loop, there is only one shower for each sex and one bathroom stall. It could be different in other loops. The water thing was strange for us, but we knew ahead of time and were only staying the one day. We actually didn't have a plug in the bottom of our freshwater tank, so we weren't able to fill and it was actually fine. We used the bathhouse and bought jugs of water at the grocery for drinking. This place is so beautiful, I really recommend. - Kadavis08
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Most sites are dry and no power but spacious sites and lovely environs. Bathhouse older and federal govt so.they are hard to keep clean. Lots of trails and river in campground. Close to town. - adamant
Jun 2017 - $19.00
Campground is fairly level and mostly on the floodplain of a mountain river. Heavily forested, typical eastern deciduous mixed, very biodiverse. Sites are back-in, generously spaced. All sites are paved, but you are allowed to pull onto the level graveled site when the asphalt ends. Most sites are for dry camping, although a limited number have 30/50 amp service. No water hookups anywhere. Fill your tank at checkin or fill containers at numerous nearby spigots. The closer you camp to the river, the noisier it will be (jogging trails, tubers, waders, and US 276 traffic). More families with children at back of campground due to swimming area. Good wifi service at the overflow parking kiosk. Away from there, wifi is sporadic to absent. DTV surprisingly good. Most major networks. Sprint service was 3 bar for phone, 1x for data. Great bicycling on park road system and the Loeb trail. Guard gate strictly enforced. No campground cruisers here. People unbelievably friendly. Concession employed hosts and staff were some of the best we've encountered in ten years of camping. Apparently good trout fishing in the Davidson River. Dark, quiet, cool at night. No AC needed. Lots of pets, but a well organized "pick up the poo" effort keeps the park clean. Convenient to Brevard. We would camp here again in a heartbeat. - The Happy Traveler
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
Aug 2015 - $19.00
I frequent the SC state parks and have found most to be very nice. That said, if it were not for the park activities, this would rank as one of the worst state park campgrounds. The campground is in need of a major updating. Very few of the sites are suitable for larger rigs. Most, if not all, of the sites are not level. The sites are gravel. The road thru the campground is paved but narrow and full of holes. Cell service (AT&T) is spotty at best. The main office for the park is not located near the main park. The campground store has limited hours. WiFi is available at the store during open hours but you have to be right at store. There is a washer and dryer beside store. The hiking trails are great. Bathhouse has had some updates and was clean each time I visited. This campground could easily be one of the best with a little work. As it is now, there is nothing inviting that would make me want to return. - dtaylor
Mar 2015 - $20.00
Bathhouses due for an upgrade. Nice staff. Good hiking, but not well marked. - Darrell p