Murphy / Peace Valley KOA

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Reserve: 800-562-9382

Reserve: 800-562-9382

Info: 828-837-6223

Info: 828-837-6223

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117 Happy Valley Road

Marble, NC 28905

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Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Camper Rating 4.5 out of 5

Based on 1000 Reviews

Local Area Attractions

The Murphy KOA is nestled in the Southwest North Carolina mountains with short trips to many area attractions.

Harrahs Cherokee Valley River Casino

777 Casino Dr.
Murphy, NC 28906

Located 1 mile from our Campground is the new Harrah's Cherokee Valley River Casino. Come stay and try your luck!

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Piney Knob Trail System

Piney Knob Hill Road
Murphy, NC 28906

Less than 5 minutes away.

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Deals Gap, Tail of the Dragon, and other great rides throughout the area

One of the 'bucket list' rides for motorcycle enthusiasts. Only 30 minutes from the Campground and a beautiful ride just getting there. A perfect loop through the Dragons Tail, into Tennessee, and back to the Campground. Great rides up to Wayah and Brasstown Bald or down to Helen, GA.

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Railroad Train Rides

The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway and The Great Smoky Mountain Railway are both a 45 minute drive from the Murphy KOA. The BRSR is in the "Antique Capital" of Georgia, Blue Ridge. Enjoy the ride along the beautiful Toccia River in climate controlled or open air cabins.
The GSMR winds through two tunnels and 25 bridges through the majestic Nantahala Forest. Travel along the Little Tennessee and the Nantahala River on your way to Fontana Lake. Full and partial day trips are available for both Trains and be sure to visit their websites for more information.

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John C. Campbell Folk School
John C. Campbell Folk School, a 12 minute ride from the Park, provides experiences in non-competitive learning and community life that are joyful and enlivening. The School is located in scenic Brasstown, North Carolina, and offers year-round week long and weekend classes for adults in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing. Folks come together in this haven, tucked in the beautiful western North Carolina mountains, to have creative and fun learning experiences. Concert Series The Folk School's free Friday night concert series features some of the finest regional and national acts performing old-time, bluegrass, folk, gospel and Celtic music. Community Dances Community dances are usually held every other Saturday evening and are relished by local residents and visitors who enjoy contra and square dancing to live music. Nature Trails Numerous walking trails meander the 300-acre campus, including the Rivercane Walk, a creek side trail with art honoring the Cherokee heritage of the Appalachian area.

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