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Old 05-22-2018, 12:36 PM   #1
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Asheville RV Resorts

Does anyone have a recommendation for a nice RV park-resort near Asheville, NC? We were thinking of going up in the Fall to see the leaves turn color. Any recommendations?? We have a 33' class A
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Old 05-22-2018, 04:50 PM   #2
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Fall in Asheville

The only RV Park I know of in Asheville is Bear Creek the group I belonged to camped there once and everyone seemed to like it. lived in a small town called Waynesville about 35 miles west of Asheville. There are several RV Parks in the area. Creekwood Farm is a good one. Also, I kept my TT at a park in Maggie Valley for 4 years at a park called Stonebridge. It has changed hands a couple of times. I camped there in May 2015 and they were making some improvements such as adding DirecTv. Waynesville is a very nice small town with shopping and restaraunts, very close to the Smokey Mountain National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway and the town of Cherokee. We spent much time during the fall "leaf peeping" and sight seeing. You can easily access the north end of the GSMNP where they have introduced Elk back into the park. There are also a couple of campgrounds in the park but reservations there are a must. I must warn you that the best fall leaf color can be tempermental as to the "prime season" so keeping up on when the colors are supposed to peak is a good iidea.

Asheville is great, lots to do and don't miss the Biltmore.
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Old 06-16-2018, 07:26 PM   #3
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There are a couple of good ones in Swannanoa, NC about 10 miles east of Asheville. One with good views is Asheville RV Park and Camping | Asheville NC Camping | Tent Camping and the other is a KOA

Fall is a beautiful time here in the mountains so getting reservations soon would be a good idea. Have fun.
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We stayed at Wilsons Riverfront in Asheville on the way back from Florida in late April. Small park close in to downtown and just off from main roads. 40ft coach with tow behind had plenty of room. On the bank of the French Broad river. Full hookups with cable. Nice people and clean. 135.00 for 3 nights.
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We stayed at the Mt Pisgah Camp on the Blue Ridge Parkway Southeast of Asheville. They have pull throughs that will work for larger rigs and the cost is only $20/night. ($10/night if you have a Senior National Park Pass. 50% of the sites are reservable and the rest are first come first serve.
We also spotted several private campgrounds right off the parkway so worth checking Allstays.
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Check out Campfire Lodging Campground. The premier spots have a great view of the valley below. It is a bit pricey, but the view is great. The road up to the campground is steep but we saw all sizes of Motor homes and travel trailers up there.

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