We are located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. We are in close proximity to golf courses, Stone Mountain State Park, New River and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Sites are for tents or campers in North Carolina.
The vibe at Sites are for tents or campers
Places to see near K Im M.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Quiet location with some trailerd
When I first arrived there was no water in the bathroom, but after a short while the maintenance worker came by and turned it on. After that there was no problems.
The site has a number of sites that look like they are the permanent home of some pretty big trailers. No one was at them this weekend.
The site was nice and quiet and there was only one other pair of campers.
Overall I had a good two days.
Beats crowded campgrounds handsdown
The campground was easy to find with the provided directions. We were the only campers there for the whole weekend. Our campsite was spacious and clean The bathroom facilities were close and convenient to get to. There was ample space in the men’s room and I peeked in the ladies room and that was nice too. My sons and I really enjoyed all of the local attractions like trail blazing, fishing and local restaurants. My sons and I had such a great time we definitely plan on going back.
Quiet spot, great views, convenient
We were looking for a quiet spot in the mountains with views and this fits the bill, we had an awesome view from the "lower" site we picked. We didnt go exclusively for privacy like we have for other trips, but the site is between two roads so there will be occasional traffic. Not too much of a bother. We had kids with us as well so the bathrooms, showers, electricity, and running water (and swings!) were much appreciated. There is a central shelter that was awesome, we had went in and straightened up for a gathering just before the property managers showed up to do it (we had 10 people there at multiple sites and werent expecting anyone so that was a positive), unfortunately some other campers showed up and were in it the next night and we didnt want to be a bother - then some another group of campers got rained out so they had set up in there to dry off. We just stuck to our sweet campsite for our gathering.
Not much to explore in the immediate area without crossing into private land. Stone Mountain is <15 min away though - highly recommend. Be prepared for a hike and lots of steps if you want to see the waterfalls (our 7yo daughter made it to the summit!). Awesome views from the top during our picnic.
Kim was very helpful and prompt with responses. We had a few questions as we were preparing for the trip during a weekend the area saw the most rain in years. There was some dry firewood under the shelter that got us started on the first night and we dried out some other scraps laying around the site to burn. No shortage of firewood around to chop up though.
Overall great trip, awesome views, and everyone enjoyed the site. Thanks Kim!