Campground and Campsite listings closest to Lenoir, North Carolina
SR - 1368 Dipersed - Lenoir, North Carolina
Free Dispersed camping in the National Forests in North Carolina's Grandfather Ranger District. First come -> first camped. No reservations are accepted.
Boone Fork Campground - Lenoir, North Carolina
$3/night - Located in the Grandfather District of the Pisgah National Forest. This campground has vault toilets and 14 sites with lamp posts, picnic tables, and grills. There are no …
Mortimer Campground - Collettsville, North Carolina
RV and tent camping $10/night Camphost and Self service fee station onsite. Next to Thorpe Creek. Picnic shelter, showers, fishing, drinking water, restrooms Thorps Creek Trail 279 - A 4.6 mile …
Buffalo Cove Camp - Lenoir, North Carolina
A primitive gameland camping area geared towards people hunting Buffalo Cove WMA. Horseback riding has specific rules and dates. See the website for more information about it.
Wilson Creek Area - Morganton, North Carolina
Primitive dispersed car camping in pullouts along a Pisgah National Forest Road. Nothing but land is provided. Bring anything that you'll need and take it all with you when you …
Kistler Memorial Roadside Camping - Marion, North Carolina
Dispersed primitive car camping on the edge of the Linville Wilderness Gorge. See a spot, pull in and set up. However,you must camp at least 200 ft away from any …
Dennis Cove Recreation Area - Hampton, Tennessee
Located at an elevation of 2650 feet, this secluded campground and picnic area are nestled alongside Laurel Fork Creek in Carter County. The campground delivers a rustic experience. The altitude, …
Castle Bridge Boat Access - Granite Falls, North Carolina
Maple Lane Lake is open to the public. Boating, Hiking, Fishing, RV Parking, and rural tent sites are available. There are no Bathrooms or other amenities.
Cardens Bluff Campground - Hampton, Tennessee
Camping is $12 per night. Located on a bluff overlooking the 6,430-acre Watauga Lake, Cardens Bluff Campground offers more than 40 sites, primarily for tent camping. There is a bathhouse …
Pond Mountain WMA Hunt Camp - Creston, North Carolina
Camping area in the Northwest corner on North Carolina. Located within the Pond Mountain Wildlife Management area. This camp was makes a great home base while hunting the area, but …
Low Gap - Elizabethton, Tennessee
Tent and RV sites, toilets, handicapped accessible. Located within the Chattahoochee Wildlife Management Area and veiled by the Mark Trail Wilderness, this 13-site developed campground is as close as it …
Backbone Rock Recreation Area - Shady Valley, Tennessee
Backbone Rock Recreation Area is located along Beaverdam Creek in northern Johnson County. Backbone Rock gets its name from a spur ridge on Holston Mountain that abrubtly ends at a bend …
Forest pullout red fork - Unicoi, Tennessee
Little pullout along forest road
Basin Creek Campground - Hays, North Carolina
Just outside of the Thurmond Chatham Wildlife Management area. This campground is geared towards hunters. This WMA borders Stone Mountain State Park. * The maximum period of consecutive overnight camping at …
Jacobs Creek Recreation Area - Bristol, Tennessee
Jacobs Creek Recreation Area is located on a peninsula on the eastern shore of South Holston Lake in Sullivan County. The campground includes 27 single-unit campsites, a trailer dump station, …
Unaka Mountain Overlook - Unicoi, Tennessee
Large parking area with abandoned campsites.
Victor Fields Dispersed Camping - Burnsville, North Carolina
Free dispersed camping one half of a mile from the Blue Ridge Parkway in the APPALACHIAN RANGER DISTRICT of North Carolina's Pisgah National Forest. We were able to locate two …
Beauty Spot - Unicoi, Tennessee
Parking lot camping near the AT
South Mountain Game Lands - Bostic, North Carolina
Primitive camping inside of a Wildlife Management Area. Open during hunting season. Horseback riding is allowed in the WMA but prohibited during the time the the gates to this camp …
Buck Creek Road Boondock - Marion, North Carolina
While most folks are watching for oncoming traffic on this tight hairpin curve, the avid car camping boondocker spies tire tracks heading into the forest through the overgrown weeds. If …
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