6 Sensational RV Parks in Blue Ridge
Nestled in the mountains, Blue Ridge is known for epic fishing, the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, unique upscale shopping and gorgeous waterfalls and hikes.
It’s an outdoor-lovers paradise, which also makes it an ideal place to park your RV for a weekend or longer. Check out the following list to learn more about the areas top-rated RV campgrounds.
This new KOA just opened August of 2020 and is an "undiscovered gem" in the Blue Ridge Mountains. In addition to its perch right next to the arresting Toccoa River (which is the ideal spot for trout fishing) it offers full hookups, immaculate sites that are comfortably spaced, a walking trail along the river and WIFI repeaters that enhance your connection. Bringing the kids? There is a saltwater pool, new playground, fishing pier and kayak rentals to enjoy the outdoor options that Blue Ridge offers.
If you're looking for a small little RV park only a few minutes from Downtown, set your sights here. It's a short drive to the local marina and walking distance to Lake Blue Ridge, making it easy to take in unprecedented scenery.
The premium RV sites offer the best views of the mountains, but the economic options are still roomy and level. Enjoy plenty of green space to play a game of frisbee or set up your hammock and wait for the sunset show.
Morganton Point is the only fully developed campground on Lake Blue Ridge, and you can take advantage of the boat ramp and beach area just outside the campground. For a tent camper expecting complete privacy on their site, expectations fall a tad short. But, for an RVer who is often butted against other RVers in a typical park, the spacious sites are a dream come true. Big rig? Reserve a spot early; there are only a few sites that can accommodate large RVs.
This tiny house rental and RV campground is new as of 2020 and offers RV sites that back up to either a small pond or a bubbling creek. For the ultimate experience, select one of the premium spots that also includes a private pavilion with a fireplace, premium patio furniture and a private hot tub.
Enjoy the stocked lake, let the kids roam the playground or meet new friends at the common recreation area fire pit or community pool.
Toccoa Valley has been entertaining families for over five decades, with flat spots and plenty of activities. Please note that they only offer RV spots for rigs under 24 feet.
One of the most popular things to do here (whether you are camping here or not) is to rent a tube and take it down the Toccoa, right from the campground. Rafting and kayaking options are also available here.
Whispering Pines is a great place for permanent or long-term RV residents. The sites are a little close together, with limited ability to put out your awning, but the peace and quiet makes up for it.
You'll find pull-thru and back-in sites with full hook ups and a fire ring. Easy access to the area's hiking trails is also a plus.