Campground and Campsite listings closest to Robbinsville, North Carolina
Horse Cove - Robbinsville, North Carolina
$10/night 04/15 - 10/31 $5/night 11/1 - 04/14 - No water in winter. From Robbinsville: Take US 129 north 1 mile. Left on NC 143 west for 10 miles. right on SR …
Santeetlah Lake, Pine Ridge Road NCSR #1147 - Robbinsville, North Carolina
DESCRIPTION: 10 primitive sites along Pine Ridge Road next to Santeetlah Lake. Sites P-1, P-2, P-4, P-5, P-7, and P-8, are very small and are suitable for tents or very …
Santeetlah Lake Site #P13 - Robbinsville, North Carolina
DESCRIPTION: Small primitive site next to Santeetlah Lake. The site is right off the road and very small. Suitable for Tents, very small RVs. No electric, water, hook-ups …
Bear Creek Hunt Camp - Robbinsville, North Carolina
Free Dispersed camping in the National Forests in North Carolina's Cheoah Ranger District. This campsite does not use a reservation system. First come, first served.
Spivey Cove Campground - Tellico Plains, Tennessee
Looking for a quiet campground tucked back into a hollow near Tellico River? Try this campground offering 16 sites. Directions:From Tellico Plains - turn onto TN 165 for approximately 5 miles, …
Bristol Horse Camp - Hayesville, North Carolina
Primitive camping along the Fires Creek. Horse camp here with 7 sites. I believe there is some free dispersed camping along this same road near the creek, but currently unable …
Fire's Creek Dispersed Camping - Hayesville, North Carolina
There are many dispersed campsites along Forest Road 340. They are free to use for up to 14 days. There are no services or facilities. You must pack all your …
Cable Cove - Fontana Village, North Carolina
$10/night. There is a 1 mile interpretive trail. Lots of hiking in the area. Being on the water, it is also a popular spot for boating and fishing.
Sourwood Campground (campsite #3) - Tellico Plains, Tennessee
A few miles past Bald River Falls on River Road, you will pass a small RV/cabin town, then it will be located on your right. There are no services or facilities …
Huskins Branch Hunters Camp (Fires Creek) - Hayesville, North Carolina
A free primitive campground situated on the edge of the Fire's Creek Recreation area. The FCRA, a bear sanctuary, is home to the Fire's Creek Rim Trail #72. This 25-mile …
Citico Creek Dispersed - Tellico Plains, Tennessee
Free Dispersed camping in the Cherokee National Forest's Tellico Ranger District. No reservations. First come, first served.
Jake Best Campground - Tellico Plains, Tennessee
Jake Best is one of two developed campgrounds on Citico Creek, and is used as a hub for trout fishermen and hunters alike. Each site contains a picnic table, grill/fire …
Hanging Dog - Murphy, North Carolina
$8/night Located on the Hiwassee Lake, this campground offers boating, fishing and hiking opportunities. From Murphy, NC: Take NC 1326 west 5 miles.
Wine Spring Horse Camp - Topton, North Carolina
Wine Spring Horse camp is a free, primitive camping area with 6 designated camping sites. The camp area is gated with a combination lock. Reservations are required and can only …
Lake Chatuge TVA - Hiawassee, Georgia
Chatuge Reservoir, located on the Hiwassee River in western North Carolina, is 13 miles long and extends southeast from the dam into north Georgia. The reservoir is named after a …
Hurricane Creek - Otto, North Carolina
Dispersed camping in the National Forests in North Carolina's Nantahala Ranger District. First come -> First Camped. Reservations not accepted.
Hurricane Creek - Franklin, North Carolina
$6/night. Hiking, fishing and horse trails. Pretty far out of town (for the east coast). 12-13 miles from Franklin.
Lost Creek Campground - Benton, Tennessee
Lost Creek Campground is located along the banks of Big Lost Creek. This primitive campground offers remote camping and is surrounded by dense forest and creeks. Lost Creek Campground is …
Wildcat 2 - Clarkesville, Georgia
This free campsite is located within the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests's Chattooga River Ranger District.
Gee Creek Rd - Reliance, Tennessee
Free Dispersed camping in the Cherokee National Forest's Ocoee Ranger District. This campsite does not use a reservation system. First come, first served.
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