Group site. This large, flat, mostly shaded site located right on the banks of the French Broad River is ideal for family or friend groups. It can accommodate up to 4 tents and vehicles. Up to 3 cars can camp right next to the site and another car can park very nearby. River otters have been spotted here!
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response rate: 0%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We have a 1/2 mile long, easily supervised road for kids biking!
Our campground is ideal to launch or disembark from the river with kayaks, rafts, paddleboards, or tubes. No motor boats.
You can fish right from your campsite, depending on the site, or many places on the campground.
We are just minutes from many excellent hiking trails, including the Appalachian Trail!
There are riding stables within a 30 minute drive.
We are located on Section 10 of the French Broad River, which is ideal for kayaks, rafts, tubes, and paddle boards.
We are right on the river with many great places to swim!
There are many places nearby that you can experience white water with a guided or unguided trip.
We are a Nature Lovers campground. You will potentially see deer-lots-, birds of prey including bald eagles, geese and herons,...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Otter Banks in North Carolina.
We have a few natural caves on our property, but you will have to climb to access them.
We are minutes from the world famous natural mineral Hot Springs. Book ahead to reserve your tub. Hot Springs Resort and Spa.
Enjoy 360 degree mountain views from anywhere on the campground!
We have a 19 acre field we use to grow fescue, which is then dried and used as feed hay.
All of our campsites are riverfront! You will have direct access to the 3rd oldest river in the world!
We have a natural cold spring with a lovely swimming hole appropriate for kids and adults. Be warned- it is cold!
We have a 19 acre field where we grow fescue for feed hay.