Scaled fee....$55 first night, $45 second,$35 thereafter. Hipcamp unable to adjust, so we will credit back after stay. Residential lot newly cleared on 1/8 mile gravel road from local highway. One hairpin turn immediately after entering area which may impact larger rigs, but... alternate route possible if you call us to learn more.Existing lake homes nearby, one about 100 feet
Scaled fee....$55 first night, $45 second, $35 thereafter. Hipcamp unable to adjust, so we will credit back after stay. Residential lot newly cleared on 1/8 mile gravel road from local highway. One hairpin turn immediately after entering area which may impact larger rigs, but... alternate route possible if you call us to learn more. Existing lake homes nearby, one about 100 feet away, but all screened with foliage / trees. Construction underway of picnic bldg with facilities. Private, woodsy feel, close to water access and main roads to delightful mountain area retirement and tourism community. Two RV hookups with only one rented at a time unless traveling together. Second site is $25/day. Access to 365 acre lake. Pontoon boat available now in water by separate agreement.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Nice Pontoon boat available for use by separate agreement. 10hp or less does not require special permit, so you can bring your...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Lake Summit RV Getaway in North Carolina.
Public lake access about 1/2 mile with access Mon, Wed, Thur 12 noon to 8 pm Closed Tue. Fri/Sat/Sun 10 am to 8 pm
The vibe at Lake Summit RV Getaway
Places to see near Woodsy lake area RV getaway
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The Lake Summit RV Getaway was a really cool place to camp. We had our 16 foot RV with us and the pull-in was easy and relatively flat. (We recommend bringing leveling devices with you if you have a longer RV since you might not be able to make the turn like we did and have to park on a slope.) If you're pitching a tent, finding a level spot should be no problem! The site itself is clean and covered with small wood chips which we were thankful for because it meant we weren't tracking mud into our camper all night.
The site is about 800 feet, just a short walk up a hill on a quiet gravel road (it's a lovely walk!) from the lake. We actually went for a walk right before we ate our dinner, just to get a sense of what our run the next morning might be like. We discovered that the gravel road continues around the perimeter of the lake and the views are gorgeous! When we woke up the next morning we got four miles in as the sun came up just over the mountains. The clouds were wrapped around the tops of the peaks and it was just beautiful! Even though it's peak season, we saw few people and felt like we had the place all to ourselves!
We'd recommend staying here if you're looking for a quiet place to getaway in either your tent or RV. It's dog friendly, has beautiful views and is far enough off the road that the only thing you're sure to hear at night is nature.