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Nestled in Whittier, North Carolina, Fort Wilderness RV Park and Campground offers quiet, peace and the most beautiful scenery around 10 acres surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains. We offer our guests long paved 30/50 amp shady Pullthru paved sites with 30/50 amp full hookups! Some of our top amenities include cable, WiFi, picnic tables, fire rings and a pool to list a few!We are located near all sorts of attractions such as the Cherokee Indian Reservation, Bryson City, Great Smoky Mountain, Santa Land, Maggy Valley and Dollywood so there's lot of fun around you! Whether its for a night or two, we hope to see you soon!
Our standard cabins are furnished with: Air conditioning, Microwave, Half-size refrigerator, Cable TV, Television, Coffee Pot, Refrigerator, Picnic Table, Fire Ring, Cold Water Sink, Toilet, Queen Bed with Linens, Bunk Beds or Twin Bed with Linens. Cabins have no bath or shower. Use the nearby bathhouse, and wash dishes in the outside sink. Our deluxe cabins are furnished with: Air conditioning, Microwave, Half-size refrigerator, Cable TV, Television, Coffee Pot, Refrigerator, Picnic Table, Fire Ring, Full kitchen, Bathroom with hot water and shower, Queen bed with Linens, Two twin mattresses in the loft Type 2 Cabin: Also Includes fireplace, screened-in porce and is the size of a park model camper.
|Options||Starting Daily||Starting Weekly||Starting Monthly|
|Deluxe Cabin - Type 1||$99.00||Choose Your Site|
|Deluxe Cabin - Type 2||$125.00||Choose Your Site|
|Standard Cabin||$65.00||Choose Your Site|
Check-in 2:00 PM Check-out 1:00 PM early and late arrivals maybe accommodated upon request
On leash at all times no animals that bite Pick up waste 2.00 per day per pet fee for campsites 25.00 one time cabin fee
48 hour cancellation policy
Back-in RV Sites
Big Rig Friendly
Hike / Bike Campsites
Pull-Thru RV Sites
Big Rig Friendly
Remote Work Friendly
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Stay away from this horrible camper. He was the worst complainer we ever had. He complained and complained and complained I told him to leave and everyone on the campground was so happy he left especially me
I apologize for the inconvience of having to move to another site. We try to accommodate our guests but sometimes we are unable to and always try to find a solution and we did for this very nasty aggressive guest. We put her next to the site she wanted and her kids had a fun and happy day. I was ready to call the police because of her behavior. July 4th weekend is always crazy as campers know. We do invite you back again on a less than busy day such as July 4th.
Mary R Watson