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Stclairm

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Posted: 02/25/12 03:24pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How is the highway noise at Campfire Lodgings?

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What about Lakewood rv resort?

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Stclairm wrote:

How is the highway noise at Campfire Lodgings?


Nothing to hear but peace & quiet. You are up on the mountain overlooking river/Asheville. North side of Asheville just minutes from grocery/restaurants, etc


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Have to agree with Lakewood in Flat Rock. Staryed there for 2 years and by far the best in the area. Also stayed at Rutledge Lake in Fletcher, but you are packed in and on weekends it is crowded and very noisey. Lakewood has bigger sites, very clean and caters to "adult" crowd. Facilities are nice, exercise room, pool table, game room, big screen TV, on site laundry, pool, can get a mail box there depending if you want, and on site owners who do a great job of managing park. Be careful of some of the parks in the area as their websites look good, but the park is another story in real life. Lakewood woould be good location for the area you are looking at and is easy access to Hendersonville and interstate without some of the traffic problems of some of the other parks. PM if you have any other questions.


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BIGDOMINO wrote:

What about Lakewood rv resort?

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We spent a few days there back in October. Not a resort but a nice campground.
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snip...... We are planning on looking in e Brevard area too. Anyone familiar with it and how it would e to live in? Thanks. Steve

Steve,

My parents lived a couple miles outside of Brevard in Connestee Falls, and loved the Brevard area. Brevard has a nice downtown area, lots of outdoor recreation in the area, and heading in any direction from Brevard there are plenty of places to experience and enjoy. The Brevard College also provides a lot of liberal arts activities for the area as well.

As mentioned there are CG's around the area, and I do recall a CG located between Hendersonville and Brevard (off route 64, on a small lake), but don't recall the name.

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Thanks all for r notes. We are planning on looking in e Brevard area too. Anyone familiar with it and how it would e to live in?



Like anywheres, depends what you are looking for and what your interests are. Worth a visit at any rate.


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