Meadow Creek Mountain RanchHosted by AJ
About Meadow Creek Mountain Ranch
Primitive campsites set down in our quiet valley. There are water spigots, and guests have access to a beautiful men's and women's bathhouse with showers. Campers are welcome to come take a dip our swimming pool.
Hello, we are the Halvorsen's and we are the owners of Meadow Creek Mountain Ranch! We have 40 acres for horses, campers, a café, a lodge and family. We are a family owned local small business- it took a leap of faith to undertake such a big place, but we love it. All of our employees live on the ranch. They have a great love for the land, and enjoy sharing it with our guests. We are an intentional community and follow "The Four Agreements".
Campgrounds in Meadow Creek Mountain Ranch
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This lovely ranch is extremely well established, with a ton of amazing things to do on and off the premises. Visitors come from near and far to ride horses, hike the trails, raft, and just chill by the pool at this epic hideaway. Though the ranch is very tucked away, there are quite a few amazing destinations that are less than an hour away from camp (Hot Springs, Pigeon Forge, GSMNP, Asheville, etc). There is a lodge (with wifi) and cafe, as well as lots of tent and RV sites. The tent sites are nestled in a cute little holler that butts up to Cherokee National Forest. There is a great 3-mile trail that takes campers up to an incredible fire tower overlooking the smoky mountains. We enjoyed a nice trail run out and back to catch some great views. Make sure you check it out! The camping holler has a few picnic tables and fire rings that make cooking and eating easy and enjoyable. There was a legitimate fireworks display of fireflies in the evening, as well as a lone coyote that came to check us out - super cool. Our fellow campers took a few of the horses out the next morning with a guide at the Ranch, and couldn't say enough nice things about the experience. We shared stories with some of the other visitors and Doug, one of the friendly owners, at the General Store. The General Store is a fantastic resource for last minute snacks and supplies, as well as a great place to hang with new friends and the resident pets or avoid the occasional rainstorm. I would love to come back for a bit longer to ride horses and chat with the kind folks that roll through. I won't forget my bathing suit next time!
MCMR camp was a beautiful spot in the mountains! They were very kind and friendly. We were able to get a food order in at the restaurant before they closed up and enjoyed a meal on the porch, watching the sunset. This was our first night with our camper trailer and it was very easy to pull into their RV spots. The bathhouse was also very nice.