Linville Falls Campground (Blue Ridge Pkwy)

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Camp Type: Tent, Cabin, RV
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Restroom: Flushing
Permit: Not required
Shower: Yes
Wifi: Not available
Entrance Fee: $45.00
Campfire: Limited use
Pet Fee: None
Leash Rule: On & Off Leash
Description

If you long to camp in a forest, mountain setting with a lost-in-the-wilderness appeal, steer a course for the secluded ambiance of Linville Falls Campground RV Park and Cabins.

Older, established oaks set a palatial scene where RV’s can roll in and get hooked up to electricity (20/30/50 amp) with sewer and water. Sites are generally level on loose terrain with a canopy of trees for shade. Fire pits and picnic tables are fenced for camper privacy. There is no access to the internet, but instead a wealth of outdoor fun, including kayaking, mountain, and rock climbing, plus hiking and biking.

Pitch a tent in a beautifully wooded area or choose to stay in one of the campground's inviting log cabins. Each is uniquely different, with one offering a view of Humpback Mountain while another has a full kitchen, bathroom and a rocking chair on the porch. With names like Locust Loft and Black Bear Cabin, you’re sure to find a rustic accommodation to appease your personal, camping style.

It seems the owners and operators know what folks like and have created a series of ways to camp out for a truly adventurous time. Beautiful rhododendron flowers add a spectacular flash of color to a forest green landscape, where camping is back to nature with updated restrooms and showers. A camp store offers firewood and other essentials.

Kids will be entertained with their own awesome playground, while the family dog is required to stay on-leash unless they are having a pawtastic time in the off-leash dog park. Don’t forget to bring their vaccination certificates as you’ll be asked to present them at check-in. Keep the area clean by picking up after your pooch and ensuring they are on their best behavior. 

A few minutes from the campground is a star attraction and hiker's heaven. Linville Gorge Trail opens the gate to the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains, where a challenging walk awaits the adventurous soul. The trail is dog-friendly -- pooches are required to stay on a leash as wild bears roam these parts.

The Linville River is only a mile out from the camp and offers the enthusiastic angler a great day fishing for rainbow trout. Take the kids to Linville Caverns, an enlightening tour through the depths of Humpback Mountain. 

Safety
Forest, Loose Terrain, River
Hunting Zone
Bears
Address
717 Gurney Franklin Rd
Linville Falls, NC 28647
Open Months
May - November
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Address
717 Gurney Franklin Rd
Linville Falls, NC 28647
Open Months
May - November