We are just a short 12 miles from Down Town Asheville and close to may surrounding area attractions! Use our campground as a base camp as you explore all the are has to offer. Hike in the Great Smokey National Park or Chimney Rock or drive the Blue Ridge Parkway. Tour the majestic Biltmore Estate or try your hand at rafting, zip-lines, biking, tubing, rock climbing, or gem mining! Take a train ride or a trolley tour. Like beer? We have a number of prized micro breweries in the area. Are waterfalls more your speed? We have hundreds in the area! This part of Western North Carolina has such breathtaking beauty it appeals to shutterbugs, hikers, bikers, motorcyclists and just about anybody who loves the out of doors! Come see what the Asheville area has to offer. Our doors are open!
http://www.biltmore.com/ More than a century ago, George Vanderbilt created a larger-than-life country retreat in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains. Its centerpiece— Biltmore House—provided 250 rooms of hospitality to family and friends. Today, Biltmore Estate continues to offer a gracious escape from everyday life. Marvel at the grandeur of America's largest home filled with Vanderbilt's collection of fine art and antiques. Stroll through gardens created by America's father of landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted. Enjoy estate-raised foods, and savor award-winning vintages at Biltmore's winery.
Steeped in history, Asheville's downtown boasts more art deco architecture than any southeastern city other than Miami Beach. Over 150 boutiques, shops, art galleries and antique stores offer lots of opportunity to browse or buy. Nearly 50 diverse restaurants, cafes, tea rooms, and brewery pubs provide mouth-watering cuisine and a place to people watch. Area night clubs feature everything from regional music to poetry slams to nationally known acts. During the summer and fall, a variety of entertainment can be found outdoors at City/County Plaza and Pack Square. Free. 828/251-9973.
This historic walking tour makes a 1.7 mile loop of downtown and tell the fascinating story of Asheville. Allow 2 1/2 hours of time.
Witness some of the most breathtaking views our part of the country has to offer! While the Parkway runs 469 miles through Virginia and North Carolina, we are most proud of our portion of the Parkway. Enjoy a picnic while taking in the vistas or hike any of the numerous trails along the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are picture taking opportunities around every bend. Come see what one of the most frequently visited National Parks in the United States is all about!
Ridge upon ridge of the forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. World renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America's most visited national park.
That doesn't mean this area has to always be empty. When you start reviewing camping options, your history will display here to help compare sites and find the best stay. You will be able to share your stay information with friends or family and save it for a later time if you have a KOA.com Account.