Little Snowbird Backcountry primitive campsites. Wide open spaces, majestic views of the Great Smoky Mountains. Trout fishing, foraging, hiking, atv/utv. Cool off wading in the cool, clear, clean waters of little snowbird creek. 5 creekside camp sites, 2 of which are large enough for an RV. One mountainside and 3 mountaintop sites. Go through gate & up Blueberry Mtn Rd to m
Little Snowbird Backcountry primitive campsites. Wide open spaces, majestic views of the Great Smoky Mountains. Trout fishing, foraging, hiking, atv/utv. Cool off wading in the cool, clear, clean waters of little snowbird creek. 5 creekside camp sites, 2 of which are large enough for an RV. One mountainside and 3 mountaintop sites. Go through gate & up Blueberry Mtn Rd to mountaintop campsites, when road at top forks bear left to get to site 8 & 9. Perfect for towable campers. AWD vehicle is recommended. Property is 16mi. from Robbinsville, NC the last 7mi are gravel road, half of which is state maintained. Once on the gravel part of Little Snowbird Rd you’ll go about 3mi and see a sign that says Cole Denton Rd, some GPS devices will say to go straight down this dead end road, follow the directional arrowed Lil Snowbird Farm sign on this sign post. The property is just a short drive from Sassafras Falls hiking trail, the Cherohala Skyway, Deals Gap ‘tail of the dragon’ and Lake Santeelah Cheoah Point Rec area. Come relax, decompress and just enjoy nature’s beauty.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Best creek campsites ever
Brady was a very accommodating host and made our stay so much better. We originally chose to camp on the mountain top but our AWD car couldn't get up so we asked if we could stay near the creek. He understood and didn't mind us switching at all. The first morning he came to check up on us and we got to know each other! The creek campsites were amazing and there were a lot of fish to catch. The directions to get there were a little confusing but overall we can't wait to go back! Thank you Brady
Dream come true!
This place is a hidden gem! Brady is an amazing host and went above and beyond for us, it really made our trip. We ended up getting in really late and without phone service it would have been difficult to find in the dark but Brady met us in town and he made sure we got there safe. We were originally only staying 4 nights but ended up booking another 3 cause we loved it so much! It’s secluded and private but within reasonable distance from town and cell phone service, about half an hour. There’s a beautiful creek running through the property stocked with rainbow trout. Two of the campsites are next to the creek, then there is a mountainside spot and a mountain top site, where we stayed. The views were so beautiful, especially to wake up to. Highly, highly recommend this place if you’re looking to really get away and live the mountain life for a little while!
Beautiful creekside (literally) spacious sites. We had a wonderful few days. Couldn’t ask for a better host . Andrew is a very cool, laid back guy. We were given the option of mountain top as well, but decided to stay on the creek. A note: if you decide mountain top in a camper…. I wouldn’t attempt it with anything bigger than about 18’ and that’s if it sits up higher than most campers do. If you don’t have a 4 wheel drive, you won’t make it up. Both options are incredible though. We’ll definitely be back to this one. There’s ton of stuff to do within a short drive. Until next time….
Oh my gosh I loved it! I will warn you there is no service, and I did get stuck in a ditch with my Tacoma going up the mountain road, and a local hunter had to pull me out. My dog absolutely loved it.
Glorious spot: stay here!
We had the pleasure of experiencing both the creek-side and the mountain top sites at Little Snowbird. Getting there is a bit of an adventure (would recommend an off road capable vehicle) but it is well worth it. The sites are well stocked with fire pits, picnic tables, benches, and outdoor toilets (in privacy tents) and the host Andrew made sure we had all that we needed. He also allowed us permission to fish in the stream and we caught beautiful trout. The creekside spots are not private, but spaced far enough apart. The sound of the stream is so peaceful and the land is flat and safe for kids. The mountain top site is totally private and the views are AMAZING. You can see for MILES and we were joined by 2 bald eagles. The mountain top site had a fire pit, bench, fire wood, fire grate grill, and privacy tented-outdoor toilet. Again, you'll need an off road capable car to make it to the site.
We would LOVE to stay here again and wish we could have stayed longer. It was truly a fantastic experience!
Do it! away from towns. gravel rds.
Awesome spot! Try and arrive before dark. We had no problem using Apple Maps until Cole Denton Rd. Sign is confusing. You want to cross the bridge when you see this road sign and continue on about 2.5 miles. Location is on the right at brown and yellow sign. Trek from Robbinsville is about 30 miles with the last 7 on a well maintained county gravel surface.
Several river side sights with lots of room between them. We had #2 and would definitely stay again. Andrew is great. He does not live on site. Get some farm raised beef from him and enjoy. May bring some firewood if you’re in a truck
The upper sites have incredible views in Cherohala direction. We drove over to Cherohala on day 2 without issue. 40 minutes away. Highly recommended.
No water or power, but strong flowing beautiful river can provide if you boil or sanitize. No bath house but on site privy tent may meet your needs.
At the recommendation of Andrew, we drove out the other way (not towards Robbinsville) and went through Porterfield Gap to Forest Rd 304 that drops out in town of Andrews at Beaver Creek Road. I suggest a truck or lifted vehicle. Not a difficult stretch but drainage cut outs have some height to work through, not boulders and ruts. Our van is lifted slightly and we had no problem, not 4WD. Leaf color was spectacular and entire 10 mile journey was a pleasant thrill. It was a dry weekend and roads were fine.
I want to go back. Very helpful and pleasant owner.
The view was amazing. We had our choice between mountain top or riverside and both sites were equipped with a toilet and privacy tent. Very secluded location. We will definitely return