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About Asheville

It’s not difficult to find quality camping near Asheville, and some of the best North Carolina campgrounds are in this part of the state. You know the beach resorts, the crowded White Lake parks, and other mountain spots in the west, but come summertime, Asheville is where it’s at these days. Whether you’re interested in remote, walk-in tent camping or looking to bring an entire caravan of fun and family, Asheville RV parks and campgrounds can accommodate you. But you will need to make reservations, as this part of the country is crawling with travelers during the summer.


Why do you suppose that is? What makes folks flock to Asheville? Well, there’s the Botanical Gardens by the University of North Carolina at Asheville, along with two fantastic golf resorts — the Country Club of Asheville and the Omni Grove Park Inn. Closer to downtown is the Colburn Earth Science Museum, which has hands-on learning experiences. And while you’re in the downtown area, check out one of several ghost tours.


Further south is McCormick Field, where Asheville’s minor league team, The Tourists, play on the field made famous in the film Bull Durham. Still further south of downtown Asheville is the opulent and pristine Biltmore House and Garden, plus surrounding forest. See how the privileged class lived back in the early days of the Industrial Revolution. Fulfill your fantasies of being an oil baron and tour the grounds with all of the pomp and circumstance you can muster. Bring a top hat or parasol. Get into it!


The area around Asheville is typically what draws folks to the region and gets them coming back year after year. Asheville is within easy driving distance of national treasures like Cherokee National Forest, Pisgah National Forest, Nantahala National Forest, and of course, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.