National Parks are always a popular vacation destination, but some are better suited to RVs than others. Here are five of the best National Parks for RVers, along with ideas for where to stay and what to do.
Camping is better than ever as an ideal vacation for all ages and interests. The next time you’re craving some back-to-nature togetherness, use these tips to help you plan a camping trip the whole family will love.
GPS: If you can, make sure your GPS is programmed to use highways only, avoid unpaved roads, and follow truck routes. If you're GPS routes you on a narrow, winding mountain road or gravel road - immediately stop and turn around.
GPS TIPS and DIRECTIONS:
If coming on 421N DO NOT TURN ON Brookshire Road, continue to Hardee's and turn on NC194N/Jefferson Hwy. 3 miles, turn left on Ray Brown Road for 1 mile.
If coming from West Jefferson on NC194/Jefferson Hwy DO NOT TURN ON Chestnut Grove Road continue on NC194/Jefferson Hwy 1.5 miles to Ray Brown Road for 1 mile.
If coming from TN, we recommend traveling from Mountain City to Boone on 421S DO NOT TURN ON Rich Mountain Road OR Tater Hill Road. Travel on 421S through downtown Boone to NC194N/Jefferson Hwy. 3 miles, turn left on Ray Brown Road for 1 mile.
Easy access from Blue Ridge Parkway on US 321 or 421. From Boone take NC194N 3 miles, turn left on Ray Brown Road for 1 mile.
There is a road in our county called Harmony Lane. You do not want to go there. The physical address for the campground is 123 Harmony Mountain Lane.