Cabins near Marion with hot tubs

Navigate North Carolina’s forests, lakes, and mountains in one day when camping near Marion.

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5 top cabins sites near Marion with hot tubs

Spacious Skies Bear Den Campground

127 sites · Lodging10 acres · Spruce Pine, NC
Set right off the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 324.8, among the breathtaking Blue Ridge and Black Mountains and nestled in the Pisgah National Forest, Spacious Skies Bear Den is your mountain adventure destination! While most of our sites are full hook-up, we have water/electric spots for a more rustic camping experience or for our tent campers. We also offer cabins in an array of sizes and with varied amenities, ensuring we have the perfect spot that meets each family or group’s needs. When you arrive at your site or cabin, breathe in the serene beauty of the Pisgah National Forest, of which Spacious Skies Bear Den is a part. Leave your stress behind as you explore 13 miles of wooded hiking trails, some leading to waterfalls on the park grounds. Playgrounds, a rec hall, arcade, basketball, volleyball, and a swimming lake with a separate fishing area will keep campers of all ages occupied. A camp store stocked with necessities and treats alike, bathhouses, laundry on-site and WiFi all bring the comforts of home to your campsite.
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Secret Garden of Eden

3 sites · Lodging20 acres · Weaverville, NC
Closest experience to Hot Springs you'll find just 15 minutes from Asheville! Our hot tubs and pool are constantly refreshed with mountain spring water! Retreat into nature on our 20-acre organic food forest! Take a hot soak under the stars. Swim laps in our saltwater pool. Take a barefoot hike. Pick berries in the summer, apples in the fall. Have a campfire. Sleep to the sound of crickets, and wake to the sound of birds. **Secret Garden of Eden is a Private Membership Association (PMA). We are not open to the general public, nor are our glamping cabins permitted by or regulated by any government entity. Your reservation includes a $1 lifetime membership to our Private Membership Association.
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Roho's Creekside Cabin

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Morganton, NC
Enjoy peaceful creekside solitude at Roho's Cabin - named for the funniest man to ever live in Burke County, NC - Roho, M.D., stand up comedian (and my dad). Tucked down the side of the mountain on 3.43 acres with private access to Upper Creek, relax and unwind in our family cabin then hit one of the many nearby hiking trails. Only 9 miles to Upper Creek Falls, 13.5 miles to Hawksbill Mountain, 17 miles to Linville Falls, 18 miles to Table Rock, 24 miles to Grandfather Mountain, 7 miles to Brown Mountain Beach Resort.
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Rooster Ridge Cabin

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Hendersonville, NC
Rooster Ridge cabin is seven years old. I had it built as a vacation rental, it's my most cozy and comfortable cabin. Centrally located between Chimney Rock and Hendersonville, NC. A 4 wheel drive is not necessary.Learn more about this land:Sensational Cabin Get Away.Looking for a great and affordable getaway in North Carolina? Look no further, this is it! The cabin at 'Rooster Ridge' is a  two bedroom, two bath retreat, located mid-way between Hendersonville and Lake Lure NC. Convenient to downtown, Chimney Rock, Lake Lure and Asheville this is the best of both worlds. A private deck off the master bedroom, features a relaxing hot tub spa for your enjoyment. The rustic fireplace and comfortable living area are perfect for movie nights in front of the 42'' flat screen tv. The Cabin at 'Rooster Ridge' is cozy, clean and waiting for you.
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Old River Cabin

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Sugar Mountain, NC
Immerse yourself in nature at this enchanting 1200-square-foot log cabin overlooking the Elk River. Built in 1884, but fully updated in 2020, the historic and picturesque Old River Cabin features contemporary design, a wood-burning fireplace, a hot tub, a river view, and a serene setting for a relaxing getaway. 4 Min Drive to Downtown Banner Elk 5 Min Drive to Sugar Mountain 12 Min Drive to Grandfather Mountain State Park Experience Banner Elk With Us
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Cabins near Marion with hot tubs guide

Overview

Resting at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Marion blends small-town comfort with big-time nature. Close proximity to Blue Ridge Parkway and Pisgah National Forest make the town a popular basecamp year-round. Take a day trip less than thirty minutes from Marion to Lake James State Park. It has over 150 miles of shoreline with beaches, boat ramps, Blue Ridge Mountain views, and lakefront tent and paddle-in campsites. Or stay in town and camp in a cabin rental at Pisgah National Forest, which provides half a million acres of scenic outlooks, tree-covered trails, and iconic waterfalls. East of Marion, South Mountains State Park has RV campsites that can fit trailers and accommodate horses, diverse trails, and multiple creeks—all of which make it a perfect place for paddling, biking, hiking, and horseback riding.

Where to go

Lake James State Park

Northeast of Marion on the border of Pisgah National Forest, Lake James State Park features sandy beaches, rugged forestry, and two on-site campgrounds. Lake James’ campgrounds offer tent-only accommodations with backpacking areas and paddle-in campsites. All frontcountry campsites include a firepit, picnic table, and 12x12 tent pad with access to potable water faucets, toilets, and hot showers. After a night in nature, check out the park’s boat rentals for a day out on the water or hike along Mill's Creek Trail for Blue Ridge Mountain views.

Pisgah National Forest

Less than an hour from Marion, forested peaks, rivers, and waterfalls await in Pisgah National Forest. The forest maintains multiple campgrounds, cabin rentals, dispersed districts, and horse-friendly campsites, many of which include full hookups, drinking water, dump stations, and showers. Pisgah is also home to over 200 waterfalls, Blue Ridge Mountains, and gem and mining caves in Emerald Village, where visitors can take a unique black-light tour of the cavernous depths. Campers can also consider the rugged terrain and valleys of Linville Gorge Wilderness area for more challenging trails and mountain climbing.

South Mountains State Park

South Mountains State Park has two access points for campers: Clever Creek and Jacob Fork. As the largest state park in North Carolina, South Mountains is renowned for its 18-mile mountain-bike loop, an 80-ft waterfall, and 40 miles of hiking trails reaching elevations up to 3,000 feet. On-site camping facilities for tents, RVs, trailers, and horses are available at the Jacob Fork access. All campsites come with firepits, picnic tables, and access to showers—a few provide electric hookups, as well.

When to go

Marion’s warm summers and mild winters attract campers year-round. With sun-filled summer skies and temperatures reaching the mid 80s to low 90s, campers can spend warm days by the beach and out on the water from late June to early September. Winter temperatures often drop below freezing overnight, making cold-weather camping gear essential for winter camping.

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