Beach camping near Brevard, North Carolina

Behold the land of waterfalls—Brevard offers scenic views and a rush of excitement.

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Mountaintop Fantasy

3 sites · Lodging4 acres · Cullowhee, Jackson
Selected by Outside Magazine as their Favorite Hipcamp in North Carolina and a Hipcamp Finalist in N.C. 2020, 2021, and 2022 and runner up best treehouse in 2023, we offer both a woodsy, peaceful experience with million dollar views in an 6 person tent as well as an incredible Treehouse right down the street. Each is all yours - this is not a commercial campground. Explore the innumerable trails and waterfalls of the Smokies; fish in the Lake or numerous rivers and streams; swim in the Lake and at the sand beach down the road; rent a pontoon boat; travel the Blue Ridge Parkway; enjoy the shopping and restaurants of nearby Cashiers and Highlands. Or just chill out. These are truly unique high altitude sites with amenities you won't find elsewhere. Both are in a gated "subdivision" that has 60 lots but only 8 houses - the rest is woods and the only place in your vicinity is our cabin. With unmatched mountain and western views, if you like the great outdoors on the mountain and in the woods, This is the place for you. Rain? Nocturnal wildlife? Don't like tents? No problem. Check out our Treehouse. Totally enclosed, WC, Shower, bunk beds, futon, TV, heated, internet , kitchen, grill, induction cooktop, fridge and more. Walkie-talkies to facilitate mountain communications. Board games too. Access to our dock, canoes and kayak? Yep. Adult life preservers provided. Secret nature trail to our kids playground and trampoline. Hammock, kid's swing, hanging chair and dining for 6. Visit with Jake the Cat and our chickens. This area is truly one of a kind spiritual respite. These mountains are justly known for hiking, fishing, water sports, chilling out and forgetting about the Virus, politics and the nuisances of the workaday world. Our goal is to provide you and your family with an unforgettable and magical N.C. mountain experience, while reducing your blood pressure.
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Raw Farms / Apple Orchard

5 sites · Tents10 acres · Black Mountain, Buncombe
This land was once a busy organic farm and sat empty for years, We are raw vegans who love to grow food and eat lots of fruit! We fell in love with massive river on the land and the greenhouses. Its a very magical piece of land!
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Sacred Roots

2 sites · Lodging1 acres · Rosman, Transylvania
A sublime place where art and the natural world collide. Start your morning enjoying coffee on the patio among the trees, completely immersed in nature. Relax by the garden after a long day of exploring or take a spin around the lake in one of our rented kayaks. (A waiver will be required for all boat use.) The fire pit is a perfect way to end the day with stories, music, and laughter while the stars shine down upon you. Learn more about this land: Enchanting and unique cottage on 1.5 acres, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains just 20 minutes outside of charming Brevard. A perfect getaway for outdoor enthusiasts or anyone seeking tranquil solitude. Beautiful, wooded property with gardens, creative art, screened-in porch, patio, fire pits, and an 11-acre lake for kayaking, swimming, fishing, and exploring. Two kayaks are available for 150.00 or stand up paddleboards for 150.00 for the duration of your stay. A liability waiver is required for all boat use. The foothills trail, hiking, biking, and waterfalls are all within minutes of the property.
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French Broad River Lower Pad

1 site · RV1 acre · Marshall, Madison
This is an oversized pad on .5 acres directly on the French Broad River. Walk down the stone steps to the beach, and swim, fish or just play in the water. Deer, bear, otters, geese and eagles have all been spotted from the deck of the pad. This pad is directly on the river and is, therefore, in a flood zone. Guests must keep current on river conditions and be prepared to evacuate should river conditions change. The app titled River App gives a forecast of river conditions. Select French Broad River "at Marshall" to get notices on conditions. Enjoy Asheville only 20 minutes away or explore the historic town of Marshall, with the quaint eating establishments and bars with a deck on the river to take in the view. Additionally, you must go under a bridge that has a clearance of only 13'3"; your rig must be less than 13'3" high to get under the bridge. This pad is oversized, so there is plenty of parking for additional vehicles, but the height requirement is fixed.
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Secluded Mountain Tiny Home & Barn

4 sites · Lodging30 acres · Hot Springs, Madison
When you go to sleep, there's no light except the moon and stars, no refrigerator or central heating or air conditioning noise -- only the sounds of nature -- the stream, crickets or frogs in the nearby pond, dogs or coyotes in the distance. Without the glow of a nearby city, the hot tub on a clear night, the skies are dazzling. Speaking of which, the wood-fired hot tub is made by a company called Snorkel. It's perfect for 2 and can fit 3, although tight. It's Japanese style hot tub bathing, meaning no chemicals. Also, since we're not grid tied, it relies on a firebox heating fresh spring water, which you fill it with. It takes approx. 35 minutes to fill the tub and between 3 and 3.5 hours to heat (longer when it's really cold!). There's a thermometer in it, so as it gets closer to your liking (don't let it get over 102 degrees), let the existing logs burn down, choke off the air vent sleeve and hop in. With no pump sounds and the stars above, it's incomparable. The $50 fee (per 2 night rentals) covers thorough cleaning between guests and split firewood. You will be very comfortable in Little Good Egg, even in extreme weather, simply by paying attention and taking more time for simple tasks. It sounds corny, but there is a meditative quality to thinking and doing things like heating water, keeping warm, staying hydrated, eating well and choosing to do what you really want. I'm always amazed how busy I am -- and how different this kind of busy feels -- without electronics and my technological "time savers." Odd as it sounds to say this, it's stunning and wonderful to go "offline," even for just a day, and not get hit by little chirps and incoming messages that seem to arrive now 24/7. Note: Since we opened in October, 2014, guest reviews consistently tell us us best thing about staying at Good Egg is being off the grid and the treadmill of modern life, unplugging from the dominant culture and experiencing oneself as humans did 100 years ago and more. Whether it’s the absence of electricity (in the cabin), the quiet of the country, no city glow in the night sky, or the once common experience of the natural world dominating over human-made or human-crafted things, it’s astonishing for many of us to see and feel and experience without constant communications via text and email and the distractions of modern life. Many people write that they’ve learned an enormous amount about themselves, about homesteading or permaculture, and about alternate ways of being. This Spring (2016), we’ve increased the price a bit reflect more accurately our costs to maintain and improve the buildings & the property as well as carefully and lovingly transitioning it between guests. WARNING: Under North Carolina law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.” N.C.G.S. § 99E-32(b).
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Camp Clatworthy

7 sites · RVs, Tents1000 acres · Honea Path, Abbeville
Free use of kayaks and a canoe on an undeveloped 18 acre lake is included when you camp here. Several miles of trails, dirt roads and streams wind through hundreds of acres which you are free to explore. The property has been owned by members of our family for 75 years or more with areas of it family-owned since the 1800's. A large portion of the property is dedicated to sustainable loblolly pine forests dating back to the 1980's. A significant area of the property is dedicated to native hardwood forest and has some of the oldest and largest white oak, poplar, elm and shortleaf pines in the upstate. The remainder of the property is pasture; home to Black Angus cattle. We look forward to sharing this unique property with you!
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Yurt @ Seneca Treehouse Project

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Utica, Oconee
The Seneca Treehouse Project is a small scale homestead & permaculture demonstration site designed to help our guests build resilience & live in harmony with our planet. We invite you to tour the gardens and share what you learn with your friends and family. By staying with us, in addition to enjoying the space, you are contributing to the development of Treehouse Trade School, dedicated to hands on learning opportunities for regenerative development. Enjoy the lake, forest, and gardens on site, and with a short trip, you can visit the hikes, waterfalls, breweries, and restaurants in the golden corner of South Carolina!
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French Broad River Upper Pad

1 site · RV1 acre · Marshall, Madison
This site is located across the street from the French Broad Lower Site and is at a slightly higher elevation which rarely requires evacuation in flooding conditions. Residents using this pad also have access to the river down the steps of the pad across the street. However, like the French Broad Lower Site, you must go under a bridge that has only 13'3" clearance height. This is a back-in site, facing the river. There is a train that passes in the back, which adds to the historical and rustic vibe of this site; in fact, my grandfather was foreman building the railroad through the Hot Springs area. My husband and I have literally witnessed a bear floating down the river and getting out across the river, otters or maybe minks across the river, deer in the yard, and geese aplenty if that's your thing. There is a $100.00 a month cap on electricity for monthly renters.
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If you're looking for a camping experience near Brevard, North Carolina with a beach, Hipcamp has over 190 options for you to choose from. Whether you prefer pitching your tent by the water's edge or setting up camp on a sandy beach, there's something for everyone. Some of the top campsites in the area include Waterfall camping close to CLT with 149 reviews, Mountaintop Fantasy with 138 reviews, and Camp Clatworthy with 95 reviews. With activities like snow sports, fishing, and horseback riding, and amenities such as cooking equipment, showers, and toilets, you'll have everything you need to make your camping trip a memorable one. So pack your bags and get ready to enjoy the great outdoors!

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