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rr2254545

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JoeH wrote:

We stop there for a week every year. Always get a spot at the top with a deck . Views are great, access to Asheville is quick and easy.


Top deck sites are unique but the others are not special at all- we stayed at Bear Creek and liked it


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dapperdan wrote:

Here's pictures from our site when we were there April of 2018.


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Loved the views!

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if i posted our pics they would look the same. wife and i loved it july 2018. only if we could get a deck site on top. most other sites are close together. its a great basecamp for visiting asheville and black mountain.

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Agree. We drove thru it, and would only stay in the top section, if we ever wanted to stay there. The lower section sites were close together, and not at all level.


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We stayed there in Apr 2018 to visit Biltmore in our 24ft class C. We thought it was nice and very unique being on such a huge hill/mountain side. We were in lower sections which was OK since we broke camp each day to drive MH to Biltmore. Our site was very level...in fact it really surprised me how level it was. The way the road is going uphill it is kind of mind deception but when we got MH into site parking area, it was dead level. Walking the dog around the camping loops was a chore, at least the uphill part.


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rr2254545 wrote:

JoeH wrote:

We stop there for a week every year. Always get a spot at the top with a deck . Views are great, access to Asheville is quick and easy.


Top deck sites are unique but the others are not special at all- we stayed at Bear Creek and liked it

Yep- we stayed at Bear Creek before, but liked the view at MG's


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We stayed there for two nights in 2015. We don't usually stay at RV Parks. We thought it was nice and very clean. We had a site in the lower section. It was in the middle and the sites are terraced. We were out exploring most of the time. We would stay again! On our way home we stayed at Roan Mountain State Park, TN very nice, then a night at Laurel creek RV park (15 sites by river)in Damascus, VA to bike ride the Virginia creeper trail. Enjoy your trip! Safe travels! Marcia
If you decide to visit the last two stops mentioned be sure to go to the Interstate to get to Damascus and not what looks like a shorter way! It was very curvy, narrow, awful to pull a trailer.


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