Date of Stay: August, 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. We camped at Secluded Valley Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
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Grassy Creek Golf course was in very good shape and very affordable. Grandfather mountain is pretty pricey-$20 per person. Wisemans view is spectacular as is the top of Roan Mountain.
Great place, family atmosphere. Nice fishing pond. Lots of seasonal rentals which seem to come back every year. Sites are spacious and partially shaded. Restrooms are older but kept clean and in working order. We camped at Secluded Valley Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Our site had a great view of the lake and lots of space. It was pretty level gravel but we did need one board to level. The concrete patio was longer than our awning and the picnic table was on a bricked area. We had a fire ring in back. The whole park is very neat and clean. Many seasonal campers but their sites were well kept. The owners were very friendly and offered assistance any way they could.
Would have rated a 10 except the Wifi did not work very well.
The rate included tax. We will camp here again. We camped at Secluded Valley Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
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We hiked at Linville Falls less than 30 minutes away.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $38.00
We had a great stay. The grounds were well kept and the bathhouse was clean . The owners were awesome. Arrived after dark and they escorted us to our spot and made sure we had everything to get connected. Walmart is about 15min drive into Spruce Pine. About 25 Min to Wiseman's View (Brown Mtn Lights). My family had a blast. Can't wait to go back! We camped at Secluded Valley Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $24.00
We have just returned from a weekend camp with 4 other travel trailers in our group. We found the campground to be immaculate and very well cared for. The owners/hosts were very friendly and helpful. All the sites are set for 50 amp service, but the owners have adapters to change to 30 amp which they will let you use at no cost. There is a large stocked fishing pond in the center of the campground and a river running along on side. Most of the sites on the river side were taken by seasonal campers, but because they were not allowed to put up permanent structures on the sites they didn't appear to be seasonal and everyone's site was very well kept. There is a small playground for younger kids and the river is great for tubing and fly fishing. Most of the sites have a concrete patio. The sites are gravel filled and level. Next to the fishing pond there is a small pavilion with a kitchen, laundry room, and library. There is also a community campfire ring that is lit at 7:00 pm each night. Because some of our group were not in adjacent sites, we asked if we could have the use of the pavilion for our Saturday night group dinner and the owners/hosts agreed to allow this at no extra charge and even allowed the use of a couple of the tables. If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful getaway, not far off the beaten path, but where you still have that woodsy feel this would be a great campground for you. Our camping group the VA Vagabonds have voted to return to this campground (something that happens very infrequently in our group) in the future. We camped at Secluded Valley Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.