Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
Somewhat remote with very wide clean, level sites. Trout stream runs immediately behind campsite and two fishing/swimming lakes on property. Charged $3 extra for AC usage but we only needed it one night in August. Very nice golf course is 1 mile away but good restaurants are close by in Bryson City. Baths and showers are a little old but very clean. Large open grassy field is across road from campsites. No antenna TV or radio and Verizon was marginal. I was able to get my dish tailgater to work. We camped at Timberlake Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We loved this campground tremendously. The sites are large, the stream looks and sounds great. They have a small pond to swim and another to fish. There are plenty of trees but not too many you have trouble getting around. Hostess and her grandson were great. The campground had the feel of a state or national park. Make sure to follow the signs or advice if you call. We have a 30 ft fifth wheel and did not have trouble getting to them or into the site. We will come back here when we're in the area again. We camped at Timberlake Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2006 - $23.00
What a great little campground. No real amenities (a sewer hookup would have been nice), but the camp sites were very large and private. The campground was very quite. We could hear the little stream we backed up to gurgling in the night. Plenty of places to walk our dogs. Convenient to Cherokee and surrounding attractions. We had so much fun we extended our stay an extra night. We camped at Timberlake Campground in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with lake swimming and fishing. We had a site on the stream with a view of the lake, too. The owner is possibly the nicest private campground owner I have ever met. The sites were huge and well kept. They were
all shady and if they had a tad more privacy (i.e. some shrubbery between sites) Timberlake would give the state parks a run for their money. We camped at Timberlake Campground in a Tent Trailer.