Description

This area’s got an ace in every angler’s hand—and it sure as hell isn’t bluffing. Rocky Bluff Campground is touted as fisherman’s paradise, nestled alongside Spring Creek. Pack up your tackle box with an extra spool of appropriately weighted line, because the insatiable trout at Rocky Bluff Campground will seem to be in everlasting tug-of-war with your wrist. PS - not too fond Continue reading...
This area’s got an ace in every angler’s hand—and it sure as hell isn’t bluffing. Rocky Bluff Campground is touted as fisherman’s paradise, nestled alongside Spring Creek. Pack up your tackle box with an extra spool of appropriately weighted line, because the insatiable trout at Rocky Bluff Campground will seem to be in everlasting tug-of-war with your wrist. PS - not too fond of fishing? There are hiking opps here, too!
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans
No. of sites
15
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Picnic table available
No RV hookup
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Paddling
OHV
Climbing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching
Wind sports
Snow sports
Surfing
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Hipcamper Shelley
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We just spent Memorial Day weekend at Rocky Bluff Campground. We had a group of 22 people and the camp host was wonderful in helping us to get together, even lending his outdoor carpet for a muddy site so everyone could be together! It's a wonderful place for children to ride their bikes, play in beautiful spring creek, and hike the spring creek trail. We also visited the stunning Max Patch while we were there and enjoyed nearby Hot Springs Spa and the Paint Creek Recreational area. With so much to do both within and near the campground, it's a favorite for us handsdown! The campground has a park like feel, beautiful stone work, and a quiet charm you can't find most places. I highly recommend it!

Hipcamper Leah
No recommendation provided

We stayed here as a last minute thing and we're very pleasantly surprised! The rate is more than reasonable for what it is. The sites aren't right on top of each other, the stonework dividing them is in good shape, the bathrooms were reasonably bug free and everything worked, the area was marvelously clean! The on site hike was stunning as well. And lastly, I'd highly recommend the diner down the road for breakfast. Great experience, will hopefully be back!

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Hipcamper Jacqui
No recommendation provided

Off the beaten path. The campground is perfect for someone who likes true camping. There is a little road noise, but there is also noise from the big rushing creek. The trails are well maintained. The sites are spacious and well layed out. Great river rock walls and steps. A lot of work went into creating this campground. The bathhouse is clean. The creek/river, the hiking trail, the overlook is fantastic. A portion of the campground is closed due to budget cuts, but the beauty of this small campground is well worth the trip. I want everyone to give this campground a chance because it could close completely. The host Art is a kind man who really cares about the future of this campground. He makesthisplacespecial

Park
Pisgah National Forest
State
North Carolina
Phone Number
828-877-3265
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
35.864° N, 82.847° W
$8/night
Tent / Van: 15 Sites
(Up to people per site)