Cross Creek RV Park

(1) Review

1354 Moody Farm Road, Maggie Valley, NC, 28751

Cross Creek is a quiet park close to town, but not on the main drag. Lots to do in and around the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Local shops, golf, walking, and even a mountain hike. Cable TV, WiFi, SWE, Dog Run. Best rates around for stays of a week or more. We don't need discounts.

Cross Creek RV Park is a big rig and pet friendly RV park located on 1354 Moody Farm Road in Maggie Valley, NC. The site includes WiFi, water, sewer, electricity, laundry facilities. You can also do activities such as Historic Sightseeing, hiking, wildlife watching, scenic drives, and fishing. The campground is open all year.

Last Updated: 11/19/2020

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Big Rig Sites $70.00 $240.00
Big Rig Sites Pull Thru $70.00 $250.00 $600.00 See More
Creek Side Sites $75.00 $375.00
Regular $65.00 $220.00 $575.00 See More

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Laundry Facilities

Community Water Fountain

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Gasoline Nearby

Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly

Slide Outs



50 Amps

Picnic Table

30 Amps

Historic Sightseeing



Scenic Drives

Wildlife Viewing

1354 Moody Farm Road, Maggie Valley, NC, 28751
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Regina Derrick

My husband and I spent a week in one of the river sites. The couple that signed us in and helped us set up were very nice and friendly. The last day of our trip, my husband and I decided to drive our truck to the other side of the park to hike up a trail with a sign designating that campers of the park could walk the trail to see a waterfalls. We parked at the end of the gravel road intending to walk up the trail. A woman came out and started telling us we couldnt drive up there. We were trying to explain that we were going to hike it, not drive up, when a man, that I suppose is the owner of the park, sped up to us in a jeep that was spewing rocks and pebbles from under his wheels and telling us in a harsh and mean manner that we couldn't park there. I told him we were staying in the park and was just parking close to the trail to walk up. He said No! You are not! Get in your truck and and go back over there! My husband said OK. I'm not hard to get along with. The man replied, Well, I am. No truer words have ever been spoken. We had spent a great week enjoying the location including the camp site, and were even talking about booking for next year. But this owner manged to dampen our visit with his cocky, "bad man" attitude. If you decide to stay in this campground, I hope you never run in to the owner! I doubt we will give him any more of our money! The reason I gave 3 stars is because the site on the river was very nice, and the managers were extremely helpful. If I was rating the owner, he would get a negative number! I know I am going to suggest to my rv camping friends to go elsewhere.

Campground Response

You are absolutely right. I get very upset when rule breaking involves possible injury. Attempting to drive a dully pickup truck up a hiking trail is dangerous. We didn't want you to get hurt.