31 Parks near Linville Falls, North Carolina
May 2014 - $35.00
Very small, not level spaces with plenty of trees to crash into. Our 30 foot RV made it in and out, but not without a lot of sweat and worry. You don't get much for your money here. We would not stay here again. - Don Geidel
Oct 2013 - $35.00
This campground is not well maintained. The access roads are narrow, uneven and have sharp turns making it almost impossible to maneuver into one's site. Low hanging branches were also an issue. The electrical service is iffy at best. Our power went out several times in our 3 day stay. We didn't check out the restrooms, but the laundry facility was an open hut with washer and dryer. Bottom line - stay somewhere else. - JBDD
Oct 2012 - $32.00
Campground was great a real woodsy layout tight for backing in but was able to fit fine. Close to all the area has to offer. Didn't give a 10 because no cable but it was fine for us site seeing all day and sitting around the fire at night had a very nice stay and would return. - deerslayer
Jul 2016 - $30.00
not a big campground
felt safe. I'm a single woman traveling alone.
close bath house that was clean
very small site. I have an Aliner and it just fit. I had to squeeze my car in sideways to park.
Would have been a very challenging place if you had anything much bigger, though I saw several there. No 5th wheelers, though. - kidphd
Oct 2015 - $8.00
No electricity. Water at pump. Some sites are reseravable at recreation.gov. we had no problem finding a non reseravable spot as we visited on a week night. Wonderful host allowed me to plug my phone into his camper to charge it. He also kindly gave me firewood as everything on the ground was wet. He was the best. - June from Savann ahb
May 2014 - $19.00
Price reflects reservation rate. It’s $16 for walk-ups, $19 if you make a reservation. No hookups nor showers but they do have flush toilets and plenty of fresh water faucets scattered about. This campground is mostly in a large field. The Linville River runs the perimeter of the campground. You can’t see the river from most campsites but it’s a short walk. All RV sites are paved and reasonably level. There’s a dump station near the exit. Sites are reasonably spaced but given the lack of trees, there’s not much privacy. Cell service is spotty. We could get 2 3G bars with an external antenna and booster. Best part about this campground are the trails to the nearby Linville Falls. Nearest full service grocery is 15 miles away, so come prepared. During our stay in late May, the campground was mostly empty however it almost filled over Memorial Day weekend. - Barefootdog
Sep 2016 - $34.00
This campground has a great deal of appeal. It is indeed in a secluded valley with a stream running along one side and a small lake in the center. We had a back-in site located by the stream with full hook-ups and 50 amp electric. There is free WiFi that is usable but just barely. The driveways and site pads are gravel. Bathrooms are "rustic" but OK. We were not able to get AT&T service here. Nothing fancy but this is a nice, quiet campground in an appealing location about 5 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway. We paid $34 per night. - Coopsecondact
May 2016 - $30.00
We arrived about a week after they opened for the season and the grounds were clean. A caretaker is on duty during the winter months and maintain the facilities. The sites to the east seem to be the better sites that can provide an horizon for satellite TV. These sites are generally reserved for returning summer campers. The sites have cement pads. Washers and dryers are available. Wi-Fi was not operational yet. Campground is in a beautiful location. - Nautilus
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Beautiful setting on the North Toe river. Nice size grassy sites with plenty of privacy. Very convenient to shopping in Spruce Pine and close enough to Grandfather Mtn., Linville Falls and Gorge as well as Roan Mountain. No cell service and minimal ota tv. I could get tv on my dish. The bath house was clean and convenient by very cramped. - Crottys
Oct 2016 - $34.00
Nice little CG alongside a river. Very flat and level. Most of the sites are for permanents but still adequate for those passing thru. Sites for trailers are gravel with concrete patio. Class A and C have concrete pads to park on. Very well kept. - ebaldy
Sep 2016 - $34.00
We found this to be a gem of a CG!! - A pleasant surprise when we just needed a stop for the night. We camped here in a class B MH with no toad and an indoor cat. The service person was helpful and also led us to our site in a golf cart.
The grounds are immaculate with many long term tenants escaping from lower NC and other heat. Pads and most roads are concrete - seemed like only the ends of the cg were gravel to facilitate turns aligned with 1 way internal roads. No cable tv and we received NO antenna channels either. Pads are level!!! Many had their satellite antennas set up.
Showers and rest room are only facilities we used. We would stay here again. - KAZIMIRA
Jul 2016 - $34.00
All the roads are paved, spots are grass and very level. The owners are very helpful and courteous. Laundry facility was very clean. Quiet and peaceful. A lot of permanent residents, but very friendly. There is a small river that runs along one side of the park. We will visit again. - esta34950
Oct 2016 - $38.00
The campground is located off of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Plenty of signs along the major roads providing directions to the campground. The road into the campground is rough with steep hills and narrow lanes. There are a couple of hairpin turns that might be difficult for big rigs. In fact I did not see any class As in the campgrounds. Check in was easy but the map to the campsite was not particularly clear and we had trouble finding our campsite. A guide would had been helpful. Roads in the campground are very tight and are difficult to maneuver. The campsites in the "C" section are very small and close together.
Sites have full hook-ups, picnic tables and fire pit. Wi-Fi is only available at the office, no cable and no AT&T. Sites are fairly level. There was some nice equipment in the playground.
We camped here for a week. - Nautilus
Apr 2015 - $45.00
Nice clean bathhouse's Staff was nice. - popupkamper
Sep 2013 - $40.00
This was a great campground. Unfortunately we only spent 1 night here, but would have loved to stay longer. We would definitely return. Yes, the road in and out is a little harrowing and the roads inside were tight. We have a 30ft with a car hauler. We didn't want to have to drop the car due to it only being 1 night. The people were very accommodating and provide a big enough campsite and escort to site. Also, we walked to get firewood and they gave us a ride back to site in golf cart due to our age and the big hill and it getting late. Nicest people and quiet and scenic campground. - Sandygranny
May 2015 - $30.00
We had a pull through, full hookups for our RV. We had to level the RV on a grassy area. There was a nice concrete pad that served as a patio for the picnic table and our chairs that was very nice. The laundry room was very clean and a washer/dryer was always available when needed. There is an 'arcade' building that contains exercise equipment, pool table, foosball table, croquet equipment, and pinball machines, which we didn't use but if we had children with us, it would have been great! There are a lot of RV'ers who have reserved the riverside spaces year-round, so we had to settle for a space along the road, but we nevertheless had a great view. The staff is extremely nice and servicing, and we were very pleased with our stay. Unfortunately, the wireless is not the best since the campground is nestled among mountains, but it is acceptable. The owner of the campsite lives on the foothills of the mountain and makes himself available to resolve any issues you may encounter. We would stay here again if we are ever in the area, and we highly recommend this campground. There is no sign that tells you in advance of the campground, so make sure you are not just relying on your GPS but be on the lookout for the campground. - Ferdy
Jun 2014 - $30.00
A diamond in the rough, truly God's country. This sweet gem of a place was our most peaceful and relaxing trip so far. Being nestled along the North Toe River provided us the perfect opportunity to enjoy tubing down the river, sunbathing on the shore and enjoying the pristine views of the Western Carolina mountains. Our site was canopied by several large trees and had a well manicured lot, concrete pad and picnic table with easy access to the river, full hookup and very consistent Wi-Fi . Definitely a place we will return to. With a great community atmosphere there is no wonder why so many visitors end up becoming seasonal campers. - PKNewton
Sep 2011 - $30.00
This could be a great campground, but it falls short. Yes, it’s on a small river, but the only people who can fall asleep listening to the small waterfall are the owners (their site is right by the waterfall. There is NO cable TV and no on-air stations. Wi-Fi works well, but only in the gathering room, not at individual sites. Verizon wireless was non-existent to spotty due to the surrounding mountains. Water pressure fluctuates from low to adequate. The place is quiet, in spite of Highway 19E a few yards away. Some campers could not use their sewer hookups because of a blockage and the owners not knowing where the sewer lines ran. Mostly seasonal campers on well-kept sites. Rumor was that it will be all seasonal in 2012. - bbonnell
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Oldest campground in North Carolina. Great location, just off the BR Parkway at about 3500 feet in elevation; lots to see. August temperatures were in the 60s at night and mid-70s during the day. Owner is very friendly and helpful. Campground has tent sites and RV sites. RV sites are full hookup and include cable TV. Roads into and within the campground are gravel, with a some grade. All RV sites are shaded and have a combination gravel/dirt open area. Only a few sites accommodate Campers over 30 feet. Trees are overgrown, be careful of your camper and the roof! Verizon cell phone worked great. We would stay again. - NCRambler
Jul 2015 - $33.00
Very nice campground. You can choose your own site. A lot of different kinds of sites. A very nice creek, which is good for tubing or fishing, goes through the whole campground. Has a large beach area for swimming. The grounds are well kept. The only complaint is the owners are very rude but if you can overlook that then it's a great campground. - fireboy7
Jun 2014 - $35.00
This park is in an attractive destination for families seeking outdoor fun. Its remote location is not, however, suitable for over nighters and it is lacking in the usual facilities for RVers. No Verizon cell phone coverage. Friendly staff. Pretty spot. - Roger H.
Aug 2012 - $30.00
We have stayed here a few times during the week and had a great time. We hear weekends get crowded but not enough to avoid staying here. The water slide may be the fastest I've tried in a long time. Camping conditions were fine. Most good sites are backed up to Steele Creek, which you can also play in. A family friendly place that we will go back to more than once a season. Take some money. It does get pricey. - justhollerhandyman
Jul 2012 - $10.00
Mortimer Campground has changed a lot in the past year. Eight sites were closed due to flash flood danger, leaving just 11 sites open for the public. While this limits the use, the facility continues to offer wonderful, semi-rustic mountain camping. We stayed in the upper loop this year in a partially shaded site. The site was clean and offered a short trail to the creek. The restrooms and showers were very clean. They were well attended to by the campground hosts. Other campers told us about a swimming hole below a waterfall 500 yards up the creek and a great sandy beach swimming hole within walking distance. Both were enjoyed by our family. Again, we enjoyed the cool mountain nights and our camping adventure. Just a reminder, that Wilson Creek Wild and Scenic River is located nearby and the visitor center there is worth a relaxing visit. - dmaerz
Jul 2011 - $10.00
My daughter (6) and I spent the night here while picking up my son from summer camp. We stayed in a tent and enjoyed the campground. The campground is divided into two sections, the lower section is along a creek with walk-in and drive-in sites. The upper section is more open. Each section has access to water and bathhouses with flushing toilets and hot showers. The campground host was very friendly and was dutiful in maintaining the campground. There were more tents than camps while we were there. It should be noted, the roads to the campground are gravel and not in the best shape. The road in follows Wilson Creek and is a beautiful wooded canyon. - dmaerz