Country Girl's RV Park

(13) Reviews

Nantahala National Forest, Bryson City, NC, 28713

Nestled on the banks of the Tuckasegee River.  Country Girls RV Park is the perfect place for a quiet and relaxing stay with your own private deck. Swim or float in the river or just relax and enjoy nature at our peaceful campground. 


  • Friendly pets and well behaved children welcome.
  • We have fibrotic internet.
  • Private deck, new picnic table & fire ring 
  • Bathhouse and Laundry Facilities
  • Firewood For Sale
  • Bagged Ice For Sale

Last Updated: 10/15/2023

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hook Up (30/50 Amps) $42.00 $210.00 $420.00 See More
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent Sites $20.00 $80.00 $160.00 See More

Quiet time

Quiet time is 11pm-7am. Keep your music and TV's volume down so your neighbor does not have to listen to it, be courteous at all times. During Holiday Weekends/Park Cookouts quiet times will vary.


Alcohol is permitted on your site only. Must be 21 years or older to posses alcoholic beverages. No open display of alcohol throughout the park. Do not let your drinking alcohol get parties out of hand or too loud.

NO Drugs or Weapons

No drugs, or weapons of any kind will be tolerated; this is a family oriented park. Any actions that lead to the law being called will not be tolerated; you will be asked to leave the property with NO refund.

Pets Rules

All pets must be on a leash at all times, accidental escapes are understandable but you are responsible for your pet's actions. Non-aggressive breeds ONLY! No outside pets or pet houses permitted. You must clean up your pet's solid waste, Do Not leave your pets poop on the grounds of this park. Upon request, you must show proof of vaccinations.


Visitors & extra cars must be registered, follow the rules, receive a car pass and leave by quiet time. After 2 hours, the attended car without a pass will be towed at the owner's expense.

Speed Limit

Speed limit is 5 MPH throughout the campground. Please watch for children and pets. Three verbal warnings will be given for speeding the third time you will be asked to leave the property and not to return. Please inform your guest, you are responsible for your guest actions.

River Access

NEVER SWIM ALONE! NO Lifeguard on duty, swim at your own risk. The river is for everyone to enjoy so throughout this entire park all campers and guests are allowed to view and walk down to the river. I ask everyone to be consistent of others and their personal property at all times.



Pull-Thru RV Sites

Laundry Facilities

Gravel Roads

Community Showers

Fire Ring / Grill

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Community Fire Pit

Gasoline Nearby

Picnic Area

Back-in RV Sites

RV Hookup

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly

Trash Service



50 Amps

Picnic Table

20 Amps

30 Amps


Kayaking & Canoeing

Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking






Horseback Riding



Scenic Drives

Stand-Up Paddleboards


Wildlife Viewing

Big Rig Friendly


Family Friendly

Pet Friendly


Tent Camping


Extended Stay

Remote Work Friendly

County Park

Military Discount


Nantahala National Forest, Bryson City, NC, 28713
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  • Great Smoky Mountain Railroad, Tuckasegee Excursion runs alone side our RV Park to Dillsboro. Where the movie The Fugitive with Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones iconic train crash was filmed. The Bus and Train can still be found rusting alone the tracks.
  • Fly Fishing Museum o0f the Southern Appalachians in Bryson City
  • Cherokee's Harrah's Casino
  • Museum of the Cherokee Indian
  • Oconaluftee Visitor Center (Cherokee) Mountain Life Museum
  • "Unto These Hills" Outdoor Drama in Cherokee(Jun-Aug 15th)
  • Float the River here at the park or Deep Creek Tubing through the National Park
  • Great fly fishing on your own or tours are available
  • Lots of Hiking & Biking Trails with beautiful waterfalls

Overall Rating: 3.6

Amy Baker

If I could give a big fat 0, I would. We have never been so disappointed in a campground as this one. First, when you pull in their campground, there is a large pile of junk on the left side of the entrance. There are several junk piles around. One of their rules is all dogs on a leash. Several times their dogs have come up to us while are sitting on the deck. They let their dogs poop anywhere and don't clean up after them. Quiet hours are at 11. But every night right around midnight they let their dogs out and let them run. Then they stand there and yell for them. It is now 1:22 in the morning and they are standing outside have a very loud conversation. The river site was nice minus the visits from unleashed dogs. Laundry area is disgusting. Cobwebs (not the halloween type) and junk all over the place. Bathrooms were clean tho. It really would not take much to pick this place up and make it presentable. It really is a beautiful place to go and visit.

Reba Edwards

Convenient location off the Tuskasagee River a short drive to Asheville, Smoky Mountain National Park, Pigeon Forge, TN, Gatlinburg, TN and many other attractions and activities including historic Bryson City; be sure to take the Smoky Mountain Railroad tour and visit the Bryson City Railroad Museum. Miss Laura was helpful and kind. There were a couple pretty big storms that came through during our stay knocking out power and WiFi. Miss Laura generously waived our nominal power bill since we didn’t have WiFi for much of our stay. The spaces are a little tight and there are a number of long term/permanent tenants. Everyone we encountered was friendly and open. We also enjoyed the locally grown fruits and veggies. The proprietors are continuously working to make park improvements. We did not use any of the park facilities so can’t comment on the laundry or shower rooms. We enjoyed the time we did spend on the private deck overlooking the river and felt safe to go on adventures without worrying about our rig.

Campground Response

Thank you so much for writing a review. Yes, we do have more seasonal campers this year due to the pandemic, I’m honored to be chosen for their secondary home. Also, thank you, for understanding Mother Nature ripped the WiFi wires off the power pole during the storm. I’m proud to have good WiFi, for my RV’s.

Charlene Langston

This is a place to visit! No there is no fancy waterpark but you got The Tuckasegee and it's amazing! No you dont have a playground but nature is so abundant you dont need that stuff....try will love this place! CGRV Park for life❣

Richard B.

I was here over Thanksgiving and loved it, the leaves were in full color, this place is beautiful, and I loved being on the river! I Rode the Polar Express steam train out of Bryson City, and dropped a few bucks at Harrah’s. Casino. This is a convenient location for staying to be close to many attractions.

Tricia K

I stayed here over Christmas holiday and loved the private deck on the river, , loved all the beautiful Christmas decorations and the owners are fantastic people. A must stop in Bryson City when camping. Reasonable rates for the area, in my opinion. There’s a huge yard to walk your dogs and let them sniff around. Great wi-fi is included with stay!

Lynn Pearl

DON'T GO they let their aggresive dog roam free. It KILLED my 4 lbs yorkie and injured the other one. It also kills cats. You and yours are NOT SAFE there.

Judy Dunaway

Pros..1. Beautiful scenery on the river. 2.Laura is very sweet and after talking to her she really cares about her tenants, but the majority are long term tenants. 3. She allowed us to put our toy hauler and a small popup on 1 lot. Cons...1. Office was closed when we arrived at noon and flagged down someone who showed us to our lot. Later after I texted Laura I had her money, She informed me the lock was broken. Never saw the office open, I believe she worked out of her home. 2. We stayed 3 nights, 4 days and the ladies bath house was never swept nor cleaned during that time. Trash can never emptied, same dead bugs on the floor the last day as the first day, live spiders and webs in the shower stalls. Very old bathhouse. 3. River decks in our area were very dilapidated. We were scared to have 2 of us at the time on one. Dirt washed out around it. One next to us was rickety. 4. 4 wheelers up and down road all night 5. No defined trash area. Found an open trailer with about a dozen open cans on it with trash, so assumed that was the dump area. 6. Laundry room also used as a storage area with boxes crowded into one end 7. Park is very old and no apparent daily cleanup/maintenance done. 8. "Picnic area" is also storage shed for lawnmowers and other equipment. 9. Road noise from 2 sides overpower the soothing sound of the river at night. Wish we could reccomend this place, but if you will need to use the bathhouse regularly, we can't.

Michael Volentine

Stayed the whole month of July. Really enjoyed it especially sitting out on the deck over the river and people flowing by on tubes or kayak. I would take my tube or kayak and float down the river and get out at the produce stand and have someone pick me up. The owner and staff were very nice and informative on what to do in the area.

Deborah Sleith

We were very happy to be able to get a full hookup site for the week of July 4, so I'm eternally grateful for that! It was a pretty nice site right on the banks of the Tuckasegee River, which was awesome. I loved the little decks, and our screen house fit perfectly on it. Our only complaint about the site was that the fire ring was filled with wood and trash from the last person there, and even when it was acknowledged, it never was cleaned. Minor issue--we didn't care that much. Also there was one time I was in the restroom, and there was no paper anywhere at all, in any stall. When we arrived, there was no one at the office that was closed. We flagged down someone there, who got us in touch with Jonathon, who found us our site--it was a family medical emergency that closed the office so we can't fault them for that. It was a little bit nerve-wracking because we had driven from Massachusetts, and had no cell phone service in the park! All was well, and we had a good stay, and would recommend Country Girls RV park.

Campground Response

Thank you for understanding, I had not planned to get a call that my husband was in an ambulance being rushed to the hospital. Nor, did I expect a six day stay. Our son, Jonathan and ours friends/neighbors Donnie, Karen & Mrs. Evelyn jump right in with both feet to safe the week.


I love the park. We always stay here. The only thing I dont like speed limit 5 mph but it doesn't apply to her children and you r to keep dogs on leash and pick up after they poop. She does not enforce these

Campground Response

I wish you would have spoken with me, I can't address issues, if I don't about them. My son clean up the field and made new signs. Pets must be on leash! Clean up poop. We do have two service dogs in the park that do not have to be on leash. Trained to voice commands. I have one son, I have spoken with him about his speed on the four wheeler. I hope you will give us another chance, have a blessed day. Laura Mitchell Owner

Campground Response

I wish you would have spoken with me, I can't address issues, if I don't know about them. My son cleaned up the field and made new signs. Pets must be on leash! Clean up poop. We do have two service dogs in the park that do not have to be on leash. Trained to voice commands. I have one son, I have spoken with him about his speed on the four wheeler. I hope you will give us another chance, have a blessed day. Laura Mitchell Owner

Roger Wood

Country life at it's finest peace and quiet are underestimated all u can hear is the river.In my opinion this is a slice of heaven on earth.Owners are a pleasure to deal with and went out of there way to make this a very memorable experience!!!!

Ricky Davis

Campground was close to the river, for very easy access to fishing from the campground. Lots of things to do within a short drive. Camp was clean. Nice history to Bryson City. Came to ride the train, some nice places downtown to eat and drink. Some nice Locally owned stores downtown. Short drive to the Great Smokey's visitor center and hopefully get a peak at some Elk.

John Doe

Bath house very clean but outdated and not handicapped accessible at washer and dryer and very cramped location for use.very muddy when it rains.

Campground Response

We purchased the park last July, there has been 2 washers and 2 dryers since then. Our plan are for 4 each. Also, we have hard packed pathways with good water drainage. I'm not sure you are commenting on the right park. Laura Mitchell Owner