This is a very large park with a stream running through it. The campground has sites for just about everyone. Some sites are the usual tight pull throughs and some do have 50 amp services. The lower sections have seasonal sites and a handful of monthly sites. This is a true big rig park; there are a large number of sites that you could fit 40' plus RV's in. You can find roomy sites, mine was well over 100' deep and plenty wide. The monthly sites can have a telephone line and high speed internet if you wish to get connected through the utility company just like you would in a house. The CG does not offer phone, wifi or cable. My sat dish worked very well though. There is no cell phone service in this area, if you want to stay a few months, a local phone line wasn't much trouble to get. The sites up front were easy to back into, lots of room for turning my big rig. The entrance is steep and tight but, not too bad. The climb out will test your truck if your pulling a 43' 5th like me. I stayed at a 50 amp back in site and it worked out well. Most of the park is full hook up 30 amp. I didn't try the smaller sites towards the back, they looked decent though. The park is not the best kept but, its probably the best in the area overall. It's a busy place in the summer and there are things to do, hiking, swimming, National Parks near by and there is Lake James too.
This is mostly a seasonal campground. It has new owners and they are improving the sites, adding gravel updating power etc. Friendly staff, husband and wife team. The entry road is gravel and dirt. They use sprinklers to keep the road dust down. They have a small pond that offers fishing and a small store. I wouldn't take a big rig in there at all, say 30' max. They have sites on a stream and it seemed to be a quiet place. I would call this a locals campground, mostly seasonal weekend sites. It was well kept up and had a neat apperance. The sites are tight for the most part. The larger sites are located along a dirt road that can get very dusty. I've moved up to a big 5th wheel so, this campground is too small for me now. A RV under 30' would be best suited here unless the sites up front along the dusty road works for you. The stream side sites offer a great view.
This is a small campground thats right off 181 about 12 miles north of Morganton, NC. Its a good spot for a few nights. Its clean and neat. The sites don't offer much, beyond full hook ups. There is at least two spots you could park a big rig in, a 38' class A with a trailer made it in. Its a good place to park while exploring the near by Linville Gorge, Table Rock, Grand Father Mountain, Boone, the Blue Ridge Parkway and such. Reservations will probably be needed in the peak months.