1 Park near Vilas, North Carolina
May 2016 - $35.00
This isn't a family friendly campground. No amenities for the little ones. But we stayed here because it is convenient and easy to get into. Some of the other campgrounds in the area are very difficult to get to.
Sites aren't the best, but most are gravel with rotting decks or overgrown concrete patios. Good electric, water, and sewer hookups. Wi-Fi was OK.
Several seasonals that were worrisome.
Office is a mess and smells terrible. But I was only in there for a few minutes.
We didn't go into the restrooms or laundry.
We would go back because of the convenience. - User2989
May 2015 - $14.00
We have a new 42' Winnebago Tour and I was worried about getting in a tight campground. This is the best we found for big rigs. It's right off 421 a few miles north of Boone. Very easy to get into our site #10 which is grass with a gravel base. Full hook up, 50 amp and our windshield view the cow pasture across the street...a gorgeous pastoral setting in all directions. There is a tiny bit of road noise but doesn't bother us. We are fully self contained with our own Directv so we haven't used the facilities but the grounds are lovely. Well mowed, lots of flowers and trees, etc.
Its a great base for Boone and close enough to all the activities offered in this area. Our dogs love it. This is a quiet park. We will return. - gardener
Aug 2014 - $18.00
Price reflects one month and one week stay. Electric was extra at 12 cents a KWH for the month. Was not added to amount. Front office/store needs a good cleaning, inside and out. Gravel/grass sites and gravel interior roads. Some nice shade trees, but some need to be cut back. Some sites have a paved patio, others, like ours, a wood deck. Which was too high for our RV's steps. Had to park and step out onto the grass. Sewer connection only two and three fourths inch wide. Had to buy a connection to fit so I could hook up our sewer hose. Wi-Fi worked great. When we made the reservations they said they had Cable TV, but when we got there the owner had canceled it because the cable company was hard to work with. Was able to get four channels on the antenna. FOX and three channels of PBS. Some road noise during the day, mostly quiet at night, even on Labor Day weekend. Able to sleep with windows open except when people had campfires. Pretty much easy in and out with a HDT and trailer (60 ft. combo) - Tallboy