Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $27.00
The best campground in Maggie Valley, right on Soco Road but with little road noise. Lots of seasonals but, in great condition. Very small pool (new) but, did not appear heated. Relatively level sites (grassy) but, very close together (awnings almost touching). No fire ring on our site. Cable TV adequate but, WiFi at office area. Good laundry area. Good walking area. Located on a creek. (Those sites are really the best if you can get one.) Would stay there again when in area. Resonably priced. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $35.00
This place was a big disappointment. They were supposed to be Passport America park but would not honor it so we had to pay full price. The restrooms and showers were just plain dirty and outdated. We would not stay here again. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
We have camped in this campground several times over the past 6 years, and it has definitely gone downhill since we were here 2 years ago. The swimming pool was torn out, and the hole has never been filled in. It is an eye sore and a water-filled hazard and poorly fenced. There is a charge for the WiFi, but the staff person warned me that it works off and on. You can sit on a hard bench with no shelter outside the office and get free WiFi, but it is very uncomfortable and exposed to the weather. We had a back-in site on the creek, and it rained constantly for 2 days straight. The creek rose, and we were told that we might have to move to higher ground. Fortunately, it finally stopped raining, and we didn't have to move. There was standing water throughout our site, and the rain wasn't heavy, just constant. There are big tree stumps all over the park, and they make it harder for big rigs to maneuver. The staff are very nice. We stayed there because we got 50% off the rates (which made it $21 a night), and because we like the location, in-between the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Cataloochee Valley. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $38.00
This park is very tired. The full hookups worked well but the sites need new gravel. We had mud and puddles when it rained. The pool is torn up. The bath houses are very old and filthy. I could not use them. There were a lot of seasonal residents, many with old, dirty tailors that looked messy. We had to pay $5 per day for WIFI. No security. We were right by a highway which was busy and noisy all night, making sleep difficult. We will not return. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
I agree with the previous post. We were there a year ago and returned this year. When we got there the place was a mess. Hole in the office roof covered by a tarp, shingles still laying on the ground. What used to be the pool was now just a mud pit. The Wi-FI did not work. In the 2 weeks we were there, the men's room/shower was never cleaned as demonstrated by the same debris on the floor that was there on our first day still being there 2 weeks later. The interior walls and floor were covered with black mold. The office would not honor Passport America. The place has really gone downhill . Only positive is location in the valley on a nice creek We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in 2011 & found this to be a very clean, well run park, so we returned here in April 2012 & found the park had gone down hill since a year ago. The Wi-Fi didn't work, the office building had a hole in the roof from a storm, the grass was 2 feet high, and the pool was torn up for repairs. We thought that maybe they just haven't had time to get things repaired, so we returned there one month later. EVERYTHING was the same: the hole was still in the office roof (with the new shingles still there on the ground to be used), the Wi-Fi still didn't work, and the pool was still not opened, but they had mowed the grass. (At least they did do something in a month). We will not be back to this park. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $30.00
This is a large campground with a variety of sites. We were in a long pull through in the "E" section that provided plenty of length for our motor home and tow. While the spaces next to us were vacant there was plenty of space. Not so when those sites fill. They are very tight. The site was dirt but level. There was no real hope of picking up Wi-Fi there. The campground resides on a busy road and the entry/exits have a relatively sharp drop off to the road. These can be a little rough on a motor home. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $27.00
This campground was clean and pleasant. While we were parked on grass, it was level and dry. We were there for a 1 night stay and it was more than adequate for our needs. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Wonderful campground, great for visiting Maggie Valley. While it is true that there is a $5.00 charge for your guests, I can imagine that with their free NASCAR and movies at night on their giant outdoor big screen would draw people who are not staying at the park. In any event we really enjoyed staying here, we had a 40ft RV and a long 24' trailer with 2 big trikes on it, all fit on our site without disconnecting. We only had 30A but it was OK. I highly recommend this campground, I don't give out 9's usually. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
When we arrived at the campground we were escorted to our site. We were squeezed in between 2 other campers to the point that we had to choose between using our slide (a necessity) or our awning. We could not walk between the slide and the other camper on that side. The campers on both sides of us left early because we had been sandwiched in between them. The sites are too close together. A member of the office staff reprimanded my niece (age 11) for picking up a water shooter in the office to look at it when she had done nothing wrong. This same office person was rude to my mother-in-law on the same visit. Also, my nieces parents had to pay to visit the campground every time they wanted to see their children. The fee was in my opinion excessive. We were supposed to stay longer but we were so uncomfortable that we ended up leaving early and cutting our vacation short. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two weeks, the last of June. Busy place, good weekly rates ($210) was very family and dog oriented. The sites vary a great deal, some large and long, others are too small and shouldn't be used IMHO. As we were staying here this summer, the campground was in the process of changing it's name to Nascar Resort at Stonebridge. Same corporation owned and operated as far as I could tell. Some of the large trees and newly installed light posts make it difficult to back into some of the sites. The park is set up into two sections, one for seasonal/permanent and one for transients. Overall our favorite RV park in the area. Most of the RV parks in this area have been in business for many years and the sites can be smaller than needed for today's slide RVs. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $25.00
After leaving a real bad campground down the road a ways, we pulled in here, dead tired and in need of a place to go. The people in the office were just wonderful. They treated us like family and we had never met them before!! They helped us out and gave us a very nice private site. They even told us a good place to eat!! We liked it so much we booked it for the season!! Would highly recommend this campground. It has 72 cable TV channels, good strong Wi-Fi and very good people!! We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $20.00
This was my first experience since I was a child camping with a camper in a campground, so I consider myself new to this. All in all, we enjoyed our visit. The outside edges of some sites along the roads in the park were muddy, but the sites were fine, considering there had been a lot of rain. The sites were pretty small, however we lucked out and got a site near some trees, so we could not be crowded by another camper. However, I had to pull straight into the site, unhook, pull up, then back out of the site to avoid having to have the back of another camper with there septic line as our "front porch view". Another couple that went with us got double booked, so they had to share a site with another pop up. You could literally stand between their two campers and touch each with out having to reach far. That is just too close ! The next day he helped the man push his camper out so he would not have to break down everything. So, this was a negative about the place. The showers were fine, and the water was nice and hot. The bathrooms were littered with toilet paper and paper towels. A man came in to empty the trash, but the toilets were never cleaned or trash picked up in them. This was the Mens' restroom, and most of my species are probably messy anyway, so I guess this should be expected ?!?? My wife said the Ladie's restroom was fine. The stream was very nice and I caught one trout. The staff was fairly helpful. I did talk with one employee on the phone prior to the trip who was unprofessional but she got me what I needed. The campground was running a special with sites at $ 19.99 a night, so that was a plus ! In a nutshell, this was a good place, and I would go back, because I can deal with the little things that were not nice. If you want a perfect place, don't go here. If you are not picky this place will be just fine. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Tent Trailer.
We camped here in a Class C motorhome with our two pugs. The first site we were given literally would have touched awning to awning with the other site meaning we would have all been basically eating together with the other site's occupants. This would have not afforded either campers any privacy whatsoever. We asked for a different site and were given a pull-through that afforded a little more privacy. The staff is friendly and there are planned activities for all ages. The bathrooms are very old and need updating. We would probably choose a newer campground next time. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for over a week, so we became very familiar with this campground. It is in a good location, and the staff was very friendly. They had lots of activities, and the stream is really beautiful. My biggest complaint and warning to other travelers is that if you don't get a stream side site, you are pretty much going to have no room at all. This makes getting into and out of your site quite difficult unless you have one of the few pull thru sites. They cram everyone in so close that if you put your awnings out, they touch the awning of the person next to you. We literally had our awnings overhanging the awning of the rig next to us. There is just no room. It gets very frustrating no matter how good your neighbors are. Other than that, it is a decent park that just needs updating. I don't think we will visit this park again if we are in the area. I go camping to get away. At this campground, you feel like you are living in New York city. We camped at Stonebridge Campground & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.