41 Parks near Otto, North Carolina
Jun 2012 - $12.00
Lazy Z is a small family owned campground. Sites are on the small side. Some on a little pond in the park. Sewer hookup is available on limited spots. A dump station is available. Sites are all gravel. We reserve our site and go back every year. Passport America is accepted. - oldcutup
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a destination park near Mt Shasta City. We were there with two grandsons, 9 and 11 years old. The beach area is large and has the Splash Zone which has a fee. Our grandsons spent 4 hours playing on the park's VERY large, inflatable water structures. They were exhausted but had a great day.
The park could be labeled "rustic" in appearance, but we had one of many full hookups, including cable tv. Our site was nearly level, high water pressure (80psi). The sites are fairly close together and have tables and fire pits.
We were concerned about late night noise, but we didn't hear anything from 11pm to after 8am. All of the other campers we came across were very friendly.
We were very happy with the park and will be back. - retired fireman
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Great location in the large pine trees. Full hookups in most sites and you are in the forest. Some sites are set up a little different with fire pit and table on driver side of unit, so you have to walk around your trailer to get to them. Great marina with boat rentals very reasonably priced. General store on site has most basic essentials. Full restaurant on site. Big portions but priced at regular restaurant prices, which is ok since your about 5 minute drive from town. The best is the beach. Sitting on the sand and looking at the beautiful Mt. Shasta across the lake. Large water structures for kids to climb on in the lake. $8 for 1 hour or $15 for 4 hours to use. Must be 6 years old to use with life jacket, and under 6 can use with adult supervision. Great fishing since the lake receives extra fish throughout the summer from the fish hatchery down the road. Boating is limited to 10mph so no ski boats. There are also cabin and single wide trailers for rent. Daily outdoor movie nights. Laundry facilities. All in all highly recommend. We love it here. - Greygoose1
Jun 2016 - $44.00
Very good family park. Huge amount of space. Fire rings every camp with a ton of smoke if that bothers you. Gorgeous views, lots of hiking, lake with water toys to rent. Not real level but was able to adjust. Dirt and dust is the order of the day. - Kirt
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Wonderful RV experience. Gorgeous views of mountains. You are nestled up in the mountains. Hosts are wonderful and offer everything that you need for a self contained motorhome. They make you feel like family. Beautiful trails and places for meditation. Very well kept and hosts live on premises. - kwilliam
May 2016 - $40.00
If you want to feel like you are staying on "your own mountain" this is the RV park for you!! Beautiful views from your site. The owners live just "up the mountain" and take such good care of the facilities and sites. All areas very clean. The owners make you feel at home with special touches like flowers at your site, personalized welcome sign. We stayed in one of the lower sites which had great views of a nearby mountain ridge. Our site was close to the laundry which was clean, comfortable, and free. There are plenty of walking / hiking trails on site. The RV park is also in a great location for day trips to waterfalls, hiking, small town shopping, etc. No bathroom facilities or kid friendly amenities but those items are not things that are important to us. Restaurants, Big box store, and grocery within 15 minutes. Will definitely return. - the larks
May 2016 - $45.00
We found this park in May even though we had been coming to this area for some time. All I can really say is that this place is One Fantastic RV Park. The owners and hosts are the very best in making you feel welcome and at home from the time that you drive up.
Being from central Florida, this is truly the place that we have been looking for. Quiet, cool, beautiful, great sites and excellent views are just the beginning of the amenities that you will find at this RV Park.
We have already booked our next stay in October and look forward to our return. - Roy T
Jul 2016 - $54.00
This campground is in very nice location with great scenery. Lots of sites. This is a membership type park where many of the sites are owned. A little pricey but lots of amenities. - cgc
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Very convenient park with lovely views. Easy in and out for big rigs. FHU with cable TV. Wi-Fi is a joke so if you need it for connecting with work or family you will be disappointed. Laundry was very clean, but a bit pricy from other campgrounds.
Lots of space to walk your dog and a dog pen. Would be nice if people would pick up after their pet. This is an ongoing problem in parks. If you aren't willing to pick up then don't have a dog. It's that simple. In spite of a $15 fine for not doing so, we had several instances where we had to wash off our shoes: not pleasant. Of course, you have to catch the violators.
Picnic table at site, 2 pools, playground, community center, lots of activities if you want to join them. Or you can just relax at your site or the indoor adults only pool. - SerenityRVing
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Came here with a retired military club had a great club house nice area. - jamie1
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Wonderful campground! Great pavilion with fireplace, gliding chairs and tables and benches. Nice landscaping. The park hosts were new to the area but were very attentive and very friendly. Would definitely stay here again. Best campground in Franklin. - Lexusrx350
Sep 2015 - $28.00
I can only echo the previous reviews. Made reservations on the phone and met the owner on the day of arrival, as it so happened the camp hosts were away at that time. It only about a very private acre of land, and the owner let us pick our spot. She warned us for possible hum from air conditioning units from a neighboring storage building, so we chose a site in the back, nice and shaded. By the time we were setup we were greeted by the hosts. The campfire in the gathering area was wonderful, a nice way to meet all the other campers. Walking distance to a very nice brew pub, the camp host is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to places to go and see. We will definitely stay again! - knay111
Jun 2015 - $33.00
This is a hidden gem, clean, beautiful landscape, friendly gatherings in beautiful shelter plus the most helpful, hardworking camp hosts we have ever encountered, they have been so helpful to everyone, from answering questions to helping with mechanical problems. This is definitely a 10. - jabelbot
Aug 2016 - $27.00
My first impression was to hang a 1 star rating on this campground and pack up and leave. After some thought however I thought it best to be objective so other campers could get a clear unbiased review of this campground. The experience started when we arrived to find that the pull thru site we had reserved was not available and we had to take a back in site. The roads were very narrow with tight turns. About 50% of the roads were paved....the rest were gravel as were the sites. 90 to 95% of the sites in here were seasonal. I saw only about 8 sites for daily/weekly campers. While pull thru sites are advertised there are only 4 in the entire place. Both electric and water were not controlled from our site but the site next door. It took a good 15 mins. of troubleshooting when we set up to figure this out. My observation was that the seasonal people pay the bills and transients are not a priority. There was no water in the bathrooms/showers/laundry for the first 2 days we were there. While their websites shows mountain vista views, our view was of a church parking lot and a large propane tank. There was moderate noise from the highway in front of the park.
On the positive side, the manager/owner was very nice and tried to be helpful. The seasonal residents were also very nice, quiet and willing to share local knowledge.
The sites were mostly shaded. The price was reasonable. - TLL
Aug 2015 - $27.00
Manager was very nice and helpful. This is a lovely area and park. Most of the sites are seasonal rentals so it is best to call ahead to make sure there is one available. Our site was difficult to get into and very close to other sites but manager helped. Some sites have lots of shade/trees; others have mix of shade and sun. Our site was too tight to have a campfire; picnic table was small and could only seat two adults. - SDeasy
Oct 2013 - $26.00
Staff and campers were very friendly. Pull-thru site was quite long. Be careful when making turns in campground. Some are very tight and must be taken as wide as possible, especially if you're in a longer motorhome. Best to have someone outside to guide you through the turns. Some of the trees could have been better trimmed. - TGOHal
Apr 2011 - $20.00
This is a no frills park. No staff. Register at Antique Mall Depot in Whistle Stop Antique Mall. Sites are all asphalt and level. All sites have full hook-up. There was only one trailer here when we were here for 5 days. Right on Georgia Rd. in Franklin. Very convenient. Easy in and out. Convenient to restaurants and shopping. We will stay here again. - Betty D
Oct 2012 - $28.00
Drop dead gorgeous park! Right on the Appalachian Trail. Waterfalls, rivers, great fall color. No electric at sites; No water at sites. In the cool fall weather (dipping into the upper 20's) a generator is a must (which we didn't have). So, we had to pack it up and go to a lower elevation. Would be a wonderful 14 day stay with a generator. Seems like many sites would handle a large motor coach. Sites are level and have gravel and black top. Water can be obtained easily from the many spigots that are threaded. - JohnandDeb
Jun 2011 - $16.00
Wow, what a surprise! Very nice, quiet campground in the Nantahala National Forest. No frills, just quiet and peaceful. Five loops, each has a campground host. Beware of the recreation.gov website, however. I originally booked a site in loop 5 which obviously couldn't accommodate a 29' travel trailer. Reservationist told me it should accommodate a rig up to 55'. No way, the site may have handled a small pop up. Had to cancel and lost a $20.00 cancellation fee (that fight isn't over yet). Anyway, very nice campground. Will be back. - rcknrbn
Jun 2011 - $16.00
The campground has 5 loops each with its own very clean bathhouse. Loop 1 is like camping in an evergreen forest with not a lot of underbrush. Loops 2-4 are located in a flat open area with more hardwood trees. Some of these sites have no shade. Loop 5 is on the hillside and the campsites are shady and surrounded by rhododendron. This loop has a gravel road and is suited for tent camping. There is also a group camping area located off loop 3 with pit toilets and a large open spaces for tents. Each loop has a host and they were always friendly and busy making sure the campground is well maintained. There are no hook ups for electricity or water but there are ample spigots located through out the campground in each loop. There is a small store in the campground which kept regular hours during my stay and sold drinks, snacks, ice, firewood and other items. There are many trails accessible from the campground for you to enjoy and kids enjoy playing in the Nantahala River and Kimsey Creek. Many kids also had fun riding their bikes through the campground loops. The campground has a dump station located just outside the entrance near the back country information board. This was a very friendly campground and I can't wait to return. - mediaman
Oct 2014 - $29.00
Park is very well maintained with paved interior roads and grassy sites. Staff could not have been more helpful. I was parked in the back so the road noise from the adjacent 4 lane highway was not annoying. However, those sites next to the road have a different take on the situation. My water hookup was at ground level thus a pain, electric and sewer were fine. Cable consisted of 4 channels which is enough for me. Wi-Fi was almost nonexistent, so worse than none at all. I don’t have kids and I am in the area to explore, thus I’m gone early and return in time to cook dinner. Posh parks with lots of amenities are wasted on me. This place with its lower cost serves my purpose. If I’m ever back in the area I would try to find something better. - plove
Mar 2013 - $27.00
Another great stay at this incredibly scenic park at the foot of The Great Smoky Mts. Very close to The Appalachian Trail and The Nantahala National Forest. Lots to do and see in this area. We have been coming to this Park and area for ten years and still haven't seen it all. Hope I can come for many more, and stay here. Owner/Operators are great and we always enjoy our stay. - NEEP46
Mar 2012 - $25.00
This is a Great little Park with wonderful owners and beautiful surroundings. We have stayed here many times before and I can't wait to come back. It is a Nice Park to tour the Franklin and Lower Smokey Mountain area, with many National Parks around. The Owners are on site and are very helpful to all their Campers. We will be back. NOTE: I don't know what park the reviewer who gave a (1) was at, but I am sure it was not this one. - NEEP46
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Level sites, gravel roads and sites. Very quiet campground with lots of things to do. The permanent people are very friendly and invited us to join them in all their activities. Sites available along the river. - esta34950
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here because it was the closest available to Highlands where we were visiting family.
We asked for a spot along the river which we got (#45) but there was no shade. Also the river was underwhelming. Small, slow moving. There were other sites with much better shade and if we had to do it over again, we would have asked for a spot with the most shade vs. a spot along the river. Wi-Fi worked well as did our phone (AT&T).
There were a lot of long-timers there. It seemed a fair number were there for longer than just the season. Everyone was friendly and we felt safe. Mostly older people. Fairly crowded. They had a schedule of events including bingo, cards, church, etc. We didn't attend any but I thought it was a nice touch. They had a large group room and there were usually older people in there playing cards.
One down side was that it was hard to find someone in the office. It wasn't consistently open during business hours which was frustrating. They did have a nice selection of movies (no charge) which was a bonus. However there was no drop-off box or slot to put the movies in and we didn't want to call the emergency number because it clearly wasn't an emergency.
The bathrooms and showers were impressively clean.
Overall, this was a convenient stop, but next time we'd try something else. If you want to hang out with a pleasant group of older people that like to play cards, bingo, etc. it might be for you. - GearDown
May 2016 - $30.00
This park is a hidden gem. We booked last minute for Memorial Day weekend and were pleasantly surprised. Our initial impression was not good as there are many run down trailers around. But the more transient sites were level pull-throughs and we were joined by several other motorhomes. The park was very quiet and friendly. It is on a pristine river with a brook and area for swimming and canoeing. There is a large pet area. We were 5 minutes from Franklin and shops and restaurants. There are fancier parks in the area but this is a great spot and a bargain. - Bunci