Greystone RV Park is a gregarious green space with rolling hills and Pilot Mountain standing like a sentry over the campground, where friendly staff is ready to hook up RV's to electricity (20/30/50 amp) sewer, and water. Access to the Internet is free and campers will be impressed with the upmarket bathrooms, showers, and laundry.
RV’s are parked out in the open on a spacious concrete pad with a picnic table and fire ring. "Quality, not quantity" appears to be the mantra of this stylish campground with 10 premium RV sites on immaculately kept-grounds. The grandeur of this idyllic country park has inspired the setting for many local couples to exchange vows and tie the knot.
Greystone RV Park is dog-friendly but insists that furry friends stay on-leash while at the park. They also ask owners to pick up their pooches' waste and keep them monitored at all times. There’s plenty of space to take your woofer for walks, or you could check out the trails at the nearby Pilot Mountain State Park, where dogs must be kept on-leash.
Little Pinnacle Overlook brings hikers face-to-face with Big Pinnacle, the uniquely shaped rock that perches on top of Pilot Mountain, and you can imagine the breathtaking views from up there. This is an area where hikers are spoiled for choice with so many trails to walk and various degrees of difficulty. If you’re taking your pooch on the walk, bring plenty of fresh water to keep them hydrated.
A two-minute drive from the park finds you in Pinnacle, a North Carolina city where history buffs will enjoy an inside view of the beautifully preserved Historical Horne Creek Farm, along with rare animals to show visitors how farms were run back in the day.
The Mount Pilot Antique Mall is a must-see for collectors, while the Colonel Jack Martin Rock House showcases the remains of a home made entirely out of rocks in the late 1700s.