5 Parks near Waynesville, North Carolina
Jul 2015 - $40.00
We've stayed here many times over the years. The park is clean, but there are no planned activities now, the enforcement of the rules seem very lax (for some), the week we stayed there was an unpleasant livestock odor in the air daily, and it seems a gun club is in the area as (close) gun fire was heard each evening, which scared our dogs.
It still is a good park, just not as good as it used to be. We probably will not return. - Winnebago Joe
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Laundry room is nice- $2 to wash a load and $1 to dry a load
Constantly see staff ride through on golf cart- cleaning and etc.
Nice coffee and pastries on July 4th for breakfast
Cookout with hamburgers and hot dogs for lunch on July 4th
Creek is nice for fishing and tubing
Full hook ups :)
Quiet and peaceful even with lots of dogs and kids around. - DDD1
Apr 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here in 2006 and couldn't wait to get back...and it's just as nice as we remembered it. We stayed here a week while we explored the Smoky Mountains area. The folks at the park were all friendly and helpful. We didn't stay by the creek because we used Passport America, but we could walk over the bridge and enjoy it -- there were picnic tables in the trees. We love everything about this park and hope to return soon. - retired rover
Jul 2015 - $21.00
As usual we checked out RV Park Reviews for a one night stop and this was the choice. Very pleasant surprise. Compact park but very well laid out - we had an easy pull thru - level gravel sight easy hook up.
There is a stream on the backside that looks very interesting for fly fishing and Maggie Valley is a short drive.
Cannot comment on the WiFi because we did not get the code when we came in.
We will look for a reason to come back here! - Larry Jenkins
Jun 2015 - $41.00
The check in lady was so very rude we almost left but we were so tired we choose to overlook. But it just got worse, The first site had tree limbs that blocked getting into it. The second site had tree which no big rig could get around. Finally the third site was OK. Gravel in park needs redoing. The park is beautiful and creek is great. A nicer check in lady would make this place a gem. - Linda m Malone
May 2015 - $20.00
This is a pleasant park, with level sites. There is a creek running nearby, which is said to contain trout. The sites are easy to get into and out of. There is a cable connection that works well. This park is about a 30 min drive from the west entrance to Smoky Mountain National Park. - hoppytoad
Aug 2009 - $40.00
This is a very small park. Its very shady, and right on Jonathan's creek. It has about half park models. Its also pretty quiet, but does get road traffic noise. The creek is beautiful and peaceful. The owners are wonderful people and try to take care of all of your needs. Big rigs may have an issue here. You have to be able to move your rig around in very tight spaces. We stayed here in a 40 ft 5th wheel. We loved the campground and would come back here again and again. - Travelin' partners
Sep 2008 - $25.00
Very small,very nice, very old RV park on Jonathan Creek. Run by very nice helpful couple. Majority of the park is old RV's with locals living there full time. A few sites for nightly, weekly stays. playground. - dieselgypsy
Aug 2008 - $30.00
It was a nightmare! We arrived to find the smallest campsite we ever saw. We couldn't even get in to it. The neighbor on one side had his awning out which came over on us at least 3 feet. On the other side there was a camper with about three big tents that had eased onto us a couple of feet. Even if we made them move and the guy took down his awning, it would have been tight. We did not stay here. We went down the road and found a beautiful, shady place that was 3 times the size. Anyone we talked to knew of that park's reputation. We were told they changed their name from Jonathon's Hideaway to Somers Cream. There are many other options for Maggie Valley. Choose Wisely. - ILoveLucy
Jun 2015 - $21.00
Small park but very nice. The campground hosts were very friendly and helpful. The sites are a little close and maneuvering a big rig requires patience when backing into the sites.
We did enjoy our stay and would definitely return. - Rick & Carol
Oct 2014 - $42.00
This campground was a little different from anywhere else we have stayed, but we enjoyed our time there. We always take our showers in the campground bathrooms, and after I had made our reservations, we realized that they don't have a bathroom at all! All the sites have full hookups, so for the time being, you must use your own. I think there are plans to build a bathhouse. There's also no real "office", but we were greeted by a man on a golf cart as we drove in. They had already emailed us our site number, so they told us to pull in and they would register us when they could. Some of the sites are pretty short but we were fine. Some are gravel and some have concrete pads. It's in a valley with nice views of the surrounding mountains. We were invited to a pot-luck supper on our second night there. Don't miss the winding drive to Cataloochee Valley to see the elk herds, which has its entrance very near the campground. - mom2wildlife
Sep 2014 - $33.00
This is one of my favorite campgrounds, with an awesome view of the Smoky Mountains. The campground is well taken care off, with a small stream, and flower garden. Quiet and away from the main roads, but easy to get to. The only negative is that the sites were not very long. So if you have a 40 ft or longer RV, there is not much room to park your tow vehicle or toad. A lot of sites are taken by those there for the season or are annuals, still we had a site that had an wonderful view of the mountains, corn fields, and cows. The seasonal campers were very friendly and helpful. Close to the Smoky Mountain NP, Waynesville, Maggie Valley, and Elk viewing. The cost was an average for the Labor Day week and includes a Passport America discount for 3 days. Excellent cable TV and WiFi are included in the price. If we go back to the area, we would stay there again. Highly recommended. - Michael8585
Jun 2010 - $30.00
First of all, the owner is miserable. I think its time they retire. There are several really dumpy looking trailers here with things just laying all over the place. There are 7 TV channels and they are all news except ESPN. Alot of the sites were really old looking and for this time of the year, the place was half empty. That tells me alot because other parks in the area where full. Restrooms were clean, and there is a laundry that was OK. They say they have a store, but its empty. Place is old and needs to be updated. - rvhermit
Aug 2008 - $32.00
This is a perfect place for folks who want peace and quiet. The lots are shady and huge. There is a creek in back with picnic tables. I would not take my grandchildren there as it was mostly older people. But it is my favorite place to go alone with my husband. You will love this place. - ILoveLucy
Jun 2008 - $34.00
This park is in a nice location, sites are very shady. Cable TV consists of 8 channels of which 2 or 3 work well enough to watch. WiFi worked well. As for the creek side sites, none of them are 50amp and most are taken by seasonal campers. Lots of Floridians nesting here. Park was neat in appearance. The biggest negative was the owners themselves and all there pesky rules posted all over the campground. Avoid the owners and enjoy your stay. We would camp here again. - Paul Bunt