Almond, North Carolina

Family Camping in the Smoky Mountains

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Turkey Creek, a small babbling brook, meanders through our quiet, little cove on its way to the confluence of the Nantahala and Little Tennessee Rivers, which is just a short hike through a southern Appalachian hardwood forest.

At the centrally located Office building you'll find a game room, bathhouse with hot showers, coin laundry, vending machines, pay telephone, and a sanitary dumping station.

The campsite amenities include picnic tables, fireplaces, 20 amp. electrical service and water. Most of the creek sites have 10' x 12' raised tent pads and are shaded at least part of the day. Trash cans and fireplaces are emptied daily.

We are OPEN for the season and will close November 3, 2003