Tent Camping, RV Parks, RV Resorts, Glamping

New River Campground

3745 New River Pkwy, Independence, VA 24348, USA
3745 New River Parkway Independence Virginia 24348 US

Located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains between Sparta, NC and Independence, VA, NEW RIVER CAMPGROUND sits on the border of North Carolina and Virginia at an elevation of 2600 feet and spans an entire mile along the scenic New River.  We are on the New River after the North and South Forks converge; where the water is deeper and wider. With more water, more out crops, more breath taking beauty, you get to experience the whole river.

The second oldest river in the world, the New River winds through the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains. Offering unsurpassed scenic beauty, it is home to diverse wildlife, including species found no where else in the world.

We offer tent sites, RV sitescamping cabins and efficiency apartments to suit any camping preference.

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3435 Pine Swamp Rd, Sparta, NC 28675, USA 8.35 mi
(336) 372-7905(336) 372-7905

RV sites to accommodate over-nite guest to permanent RVs. Primitive tent sites and bath house for hot showers.Open April 1 – Mid to end Oct.

1863 Garvey Bridge Rd, Crumpler, NC 28617, USA 10.97 mi

Twin Rivers Campground is North Carolina’s best kept secret! Nestled on the South Fork of the New River, you are only a 20 minute walk from the confluence of the North and South Forks of the second oldest river in the world! In 1997 President Clinton declared the New River a National Heritage River. The title is a created designation for rivers that have historic and scenic value, and it is intended to highlight the way rivers unite the regions through which they flow.Twin Rivers Campground is North Carolina’s best kept secret! Nestled on the South Fork of the New River, you are only a 20 minute walk from the confluence of the North and South Forks of the second oldest river in the world! In 1997 President Clinton declared the New River a National Heritage River. The title is a created designation for rivers that have historic and scenic value, and it is intended to highlight the way rivers unite the regions through which they flow.

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49800 Blue Ridge Parkway, Laurel Springs, NC 28644, USA 12.63 mi
Doughton Park is a landscape of mountains, open meadows and pioneer cabins, 30 miles (48 km) of hiking trails and a place to view wildlife and get a feel for the lives of those who lived here long ago. Originally known as the Bluffs, this area came by its present name in honor of Congressman Robert L. Doughton, a long-time advocate and supporter of the Parkway. The 7,000-acre Doughton Park is one of the best places along the motor road to view white-tailed deer, raccoons, red and grey foxes, and bobcats, as well as spectacular shows of flame azalea and rhododendron in the late spring.
Doughton Park has a picnic area (at milepost 241), a campground (milepost 239), trailer sites, comfort stations, drinking water and access to 30 miles (48 km) of trail over bluegrass bluffs. Doughton Park Campground usually has campsites available. In addition to the 21 sites available for advanced reservation, 108 campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsites are shaded under an umbrella of thick trees, and provide campers with tables, campfire rings and grills. The site also offers camper conveniences like flush toilets, drinking water and a dump station. Primitive Backcountry Camping is available at Basin Cove. Obtain a free permit from the Doughton Park campground office (May-October) or the Bluffs District Office 828-348-3487.
732 Mountainside Dr, Laurel Springs, NC 28644, USA 12.65 mi

Come enjoy the peace and tranquility of a mountain getaway in beautiful Laurel Springs, North Carolina.  We are located at Mile Post 248 right off the majestic Blue Ridge Parkway.  We offer camping and cabin rentals on a nightly, weekly or seasonal lease.  All of our cabins have a bedroom and full kitchen.  Our RV camp sites offer full hook ups.  We also offer primitive camping on the pond or along either one of our two mountain streams.  Come enjoy the beauty of the North Carolina mountains along with trout fishing, hiking, mountain bike riding or just getting back to nature.  Watch out for the deer in Austin’s Hollow as you cross the “Bridge to Somewhere.”  Mountain Side Campground is a small quaint campground offering you total relaxation and a place to enjoy the very best of the Blue Ridge Mountains.   Enjoy our story telling (a little fact, a whole lot of fiction) around the camp fire at the almost famous Hacienda while enjoying the relaxing sound of our mountain streams.  Try your luck at gem mining or just walking around the pond with “Bubba the Duck.”  Many of our guests have become just like family and return year after year to enjoy the peaceful magic of Mountain Side.  Please come see for yourself.  We promise to make you feel welcome.

33 Campground Rd, Laurel Springs, NC 28644, USA 12.83 mi

This idyllic, family-owned campground lies 100 yards off the Blue Ridge Parkway, in North Carolina. Enjoy the amazing Blue Ridge weather and share the campground atmosphere.

From basket weaving classes, to old time music sessions, to potlucks, or a quick hike on the Mountain to Sea Trail, campers have been taking advantage of all the Blue Ridge has to offer at Miller’s Camping for more than 45 years.

969 Traphill-Brown Rd, Traphill, NC 28685, USA 15.17 mi

Full RV hookups (electricity and water) are available.  We have 12 RV ready sites and 12 primitive campground sites. Our campground provides direct on foot access to the Stone Mountain State Park via hiking and riding trails.  A stable for boarding horses is available and there is plenty of parking for your horse trailers.

Dogs are permitted in the campground so long as they are kept under control.  Please respect the environment and pick up after yourself and your pet.

Come take a hike and visit all three waterfalls, have a picnic, fish in the creek, ride a bike, ride your horse, or just sit back and relax while enjoying the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.  We provide full high speed wifi free to our visitors. Each RV site has a picnic table and each campground has a fire pit.  We also offer field games such as badminton and horse shoe.

Our bathhouse is brand new and well maintained with handicapped accessible showers and amenities offered.

196 Blue Bear Mountain Road, Todd, NC 28684 33.49 mi

Blue Bear Mountain Camp is excited to add Glamping to our existing variety of camping options. Now offering Tepee and Cabin rentals in addition to private, rustic, remote, leave-no-trace Tent camping on 150 acres of pristine mountain land. RV camping, while not remote, still offers the beauty of a natural setting. The number of campsites is limited to protect the land so you have plenty of room to play, hike, fish and enjoy the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. At 4,000 feet elevation with cool mountain breezes and mild temperatures. Come Get away from it all at Blue Bear Mountain!

Blue Bear Mountain offers spacious, Low Density RV camping, spacious, private, rustic car accessible tent camping, and spacious, private remote tent camping. Beginning in Spring 2015 luxury Tepee and Cabin rentals provide you with more choices of how to experience your mountain getaway.

125 Riverside Dr, Banner Elk, NC 28604, USA 36.39 mi
(828) 963-7275(828) 963-7275

Welcome to another season of camping at Grandfather Campground! We are open here all year, so come and visit during the summer and the ski season. We have 30 and 50 amp full hookup sites, tent sites, and several types of cabin rentals. We are located close to Grandfather Mountain, Blowing Rock, Boone, and Banner Elk. For a complete calendar of events, check out our Tourist Development website at http://www.highcountryhost.com

We are open 7 days a week in the office, Monday – Thursday 10:00am – 6:00pm, Friday – Saturday 9:00am – 8:00pm, Sunday 9:00am – 2:00pm. We will be having shortened office hours for Thanksgiving and Christmas, so if you are coming during those times, make sure you call to see what the hours will be. Winter is coming, so be sure to book your ski vacation in advance! We have cabins and RV sites open now, as well as the tent sites for any of you brave winter campers, so be sure to call us at 1-800-788-2582 ASAP for reservations!

We’ll see you soon, and we hope you enjoy your stay in our beautiful mountains!

171 Flintlock Campground Dr, Boone, NC 28607, USA 40.74 mi

Enjoy camping in the center of North Carolina’s High Country! Flintlock Campground welcomes you with all the camping amenities, including camping cabins, tent sites and full hookups. Located on a mountainside stream at 3,500 feet in elevation, Flintlock is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the Boone, Blowing Rock, Beech Mountain, and Banner Elk area.

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2015 Union School Rd SW, Willis, VA 24380, United States 43.77 mi

Daddy Rabbit’s campground and cabins in Floyd, VA near the Blue Ridge Parkway offers shaded sites, propane gas, dumping station, laundry, group camping area, firewood available, playground, hot & cold showers. We also have a recreation area with large shelter for family reunions, square dancing, birthdays and cookouts.

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Milepost 297 Blue Ridge Parkway, Blowing Rock, NC 28605 44.31 mi

A popular destination on the Blue Ridge Parkway is Julian Price Memorial Park, at the foot of Grandfather Mountain, near Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The Park is adjacent to Moses H. Cone Memorial Park and together the two comprise the largest area developed for recreation along the Parkway.

Comprising more than 4,300 acres, including a small lake, Julian Price Memorial Park offers many activities, including hiking, fishing, canoeing, camping, guided walks, and evening campfire programs. The grounds include 100 picnic sites, with shelters and comfort stations. A 300-seat amphitheater is used for lectures and talks during the summer months. Canoes can be rented for use on Price Lake.

The park’s seven trails include the Price Lake Loop Trail (2.7 miles), which circles the well-stocked lake, and the challenging 5-miles Boone Fork Loop Trail. The ingeniously engineered Tanawha Trail (13.5 miles) passes under the Linn Cove Viaduct and wraps around the southeastern ridge of Grandfather Mountain.

Julian Price Memorial Park is named in honor of Julian Price, an insurance executive who purchased the acreage in the late 1930s and 1940s to create a retreat for the employees of his insurance company, which later donated the lands to the Parkway.


Hours of Operation

The park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Admission Fees

A nominal fee is charged for campsites.
Hours of operation and fees are subject to change. Contact directly for most current information.


Location

The entrance to Julian Price Memorial Park is located at Milepost 297 on the Blue Ridge Parkway.


Park Campground Kiosk
(828) 963-5911


Sandy Flats Ranger Station
5580 Shulls Mill Road
Blowing Rock, NC 28605
(828) 295-7591


Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Center
195 Hemphill Knob Road
Asheville, NC 28803
Blue Ridge Parkway Visitor Center: (828) 298-5330
Visitor Information Recorded Message: (828) 298-0398


 

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1670 Blue Ridge Pkwy, Floyd, VA 24091 47.53 mi

Spanning Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 167 – Milepost 174, Rocky Knob comprises 4,800 acres and 15 miles of hiking trails.

The 3,500-acre Rock Castle Gorge is within Rocky Knob, with its Rock Castle Gorge National Recreation Trail. Mabry Mill is located just south of Rocky Knob at Milepost 176.1.

Mabry Mill offers many opportunities for visitors including hiking, camping, picnicking, and a visit to one of the most-photographed structures along the Blue Ridge Parkway, Mabry Mill.

Mabry Mill was a community center for the Meadows of Dan area when it operated as a gristmill and sawmill.

Today, the area becomes another kind of community gathering place each Sunday afternoon during the summer as musicians and dancers gather.


What to Do

  • Explore a short trail around the mill connecting historical exhibits about life in rural Virginia and allows visitors to view the gristmill, sawmill, and blacksmith shop
  • Choose from three large picnic areas to rest and rejuvenate
  • Take a hike into Rockcastle Gorge
  • Enjoy wonderful agricultural scenes along the roadway that make this a truly unique portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway
  • During peak seasons, enjoy demonstrations of crafts by National Park Service volunteers at Mabry Mill

Rocky Knob has a campground with 81 tent and 28 trailer sites, restrooms, a dump station for RVs, and a campfire circle that accommodates up to 150 campers.

Reservations can be made for portions of this campground online at http://www.RECREATION.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

The picnic area consists of 72 tables, restrooms, phone and picnic shelter. Route 758 is accessed on the west side of the Parkway and leads to the Rocky Knob Housekeeping Cabins a mile away, which are currently closed.

Area hikes include: Rockcastle Gorge, Black Ridge, Rocky Knob Picnic Area and Round Meadow Creek Trails.

901 Morrell Creek Lane Bluff City, TN 37618 54.48 mi

We invite you, friends & family to come and enjoy the camping, horseback riding, hiking, fishing and kayaking. Bring your tent, camper, hammock or stay in one of our 7 cabins! Our campground is located at the base of Holston Mountain, adjacent to Cherokee National Forest which offers miles of hiking/horseback riding trails overlooking the beautiful South Holston Lake. With renowned trout fishing on the famous South Holston River, as well as lake fishing, we offer the perfect place to stay to be in the middle of it all! We are also near Bristol Motor Speedway/Thunder Valley.

717 Gurney Franklin Rd, Linville Falls, NC 28647, USA 61.39 mi

Linville Falls Campground, RV Park & Log Cabin Rentals located in Western North Carolina, just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at junction of US 221, is shaded by a cool forest of stately oaks. This privately owned campground has full hook-up sites, water/electric sites and a secluded, primitive tent area. Surrounded by mountain laurel and rhododendron, each site is equipped with a grill, fire ring and picnic table. Log Cabin and trailer rentals are very popular. No two cabins are alike, come find the one that fits your taste.

399 Lakeside Dr, Bakersville, NC 28705, USA 68.37 mi
(828) 688-4411(828) 688-4411
225 Patience Park Rd, Burnsville, NC 28714, USA 75.68 mi

Toe River Campground is owned and operated by Yancey County Parks and Recreation. We are a family oriented campground offering full hook up, water and electric and primitive camping. We are located on the beautiful South Toe River, approximately 10 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway (mile post 344) and approximately 25 miles from Mt. Mitchell State Park.

Toe River Campground is a family oriented, alcohol free, county owned and operated campground located in Yancey County. Our camping season generally runs from mid April thru mid October

Patience Park and Toe River Campground are strictly alcohol-free facilities. Violators can and will be prosecuted under Yancey County Ordinance #2011-01

3223-3323 Temple Hill Rd, Erwin, TN 37650 80.95 mi
(423) 735-7275(423) 735-7275
182 Jellystone Pkwy Bostic, NC 28018 82.2 mi

Tucked away at the base of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, and conveniently located between Asheville and Charlotte, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort Golden Valley, North Carolina is a perfect family getaway destination! The picturesque 600+ acres features accommodations including luxury cabins and lodges with all the comforts of home, full hook-up RV sites, luxury lakeside glamping tents, and premium tent sites. Campers can spend the day enjoying an unparalleled lineup of amenities including canoeing/kayaking, fishing, an interactive water playground with water slides and a swimming pool, 3+ miles of hiking and biking trails, sports courts, lazer tag, arts & crafts, a jump pad, 18-hole mini golf course, a playground, and numerous planned activities and themed weeks.

309 Wiggins Rd, Candler, NC 28715, USA 95.82 mi

Welcome to Appalachia ! Come camp with us and enjoy the best of Blue Ridge Mountains camping!  We are conveniently located right off of I-40 for easy on and off access!  We are easy to find and get to. Our family-run Asheville West KOA offers great accommodations for everyone from tenters to RVers. Our tent sites are beautifully wooded, and our “Big Rig” friendly 50 and 30 amp pull-through sites are large, level, and have cable TV and FREE WI-FI ! Don’t have an RV, or tent camping is not for you? No problem! You can “rough it” in comfort, staying in one of our cozy cabins or lodges.

Relax with us and wake to the chirping of a variety of birds, you’ll enjoy their song throughout the day. Enjoy scenic North Carolina hiking on one of our wonderful nature trails , easily accessed from any of our camp sites or take a relaxing hike on a number of picture perfect trails on the nearby Blue Ridge Parkway and beyond.  The options are endless. You’ll enjoy surrounding yourself in the beauty of trees, flowers and wildlife.  We are not far away from beautiful waterfalls as well!  Come see what the Great Smoky Mountains have to offer.

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