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24 RV Parks near Marshall, North Carolina
We did however find 24 campgrounds within 25 miles of Marshall. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Marshall in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $44.00
this place has no class at all, but you do park right next to the river, and that says a lot. It also is only 6 miles to downtown Ashville, which says it has a good location. there is only one way in and one way out, so depending on which site you get you need to plan your escape. The location of the train tracks was however, extraordinary. I've never seen tracks that close to a river. Thankfully it was on the other side of the river, but the tracks must be ancient because the trains ran slower than 5 MPH, screeching all the way. loud, but only several times a day & night. The place was at capacity and the kids in the water were having a good time, so, it was a good location. - Gerry9
Mar 2017 - $42.00
At $42.00 a night for full hook-ups, one would think this would be a well maintained, clean and properly staffed campground. Think again! The sites are so small and so close together and the road is so tight that I had to partially back the trailer into the site, disconnect my truck, reposition, reconnect and finish backing the trailer into the tiny spot. I was forced to park perpendicular to the trailer in order to get my one vehicle off the main road through the park. I found the site to be poorly maintained with a rotted picnic table, a fire pit made of landscape edge stones piled up and broken (with trash from previous campers left there), and seemingly dead tree limbs hanging over my new travel trailer. I stayed 2 of my 3 booked nights before leaving. My site was right on the river, which was nice, but directly across the river a train runs almost hourly, especially at night. It actually shook my travel trailer enough to wake me many times during the night. The campground apparently allows long term or permanent residents there as well. Beside my camper was a neighbor who had a much older camper that was badly in need of repair with a tarp on the roof. It looked terrible. I took a ride through the rest of the campground and noticed there were several seemingly long term guests with junk piled on and round their trailers. One camper at the end of the park had a jeep in front with at least two flat tires. On the 2nd day, it was explained that they would be bleaching the water system out and the water would not be safe to ingest. I asked if I could still shower and the owner said to "smell it first, then decide". I decided to leave early only to learn the sewer connection was clogged. So! No potable water, no working sewer connection, Wifi so slow it was unusable, trash and poorly maintained equipment and trailers all around. At $42 a night, save your money and go somewhere nice. - Travelforlife2015
Oct 2016 - $45.00
A little hidden rustic gem right on the French Broad River with great proximity to Asheville. It was recommended to me by a friend on a F/B RV page and I'm so glad we took it. The campground sets right ON the river. It's a little tough getting in and out, narrow driveway but manageable for our 31' Class C rig. I wouldn't recommend it for anything larger. Sites were a little close but not too bad. They sat on cement so they were level. The ducks floating by are a plus, a train goes by occasionally across the river, kids beside us got a big kick out of it. Owner was a friendly guy. I called early in the day and he said he has one spot left and would save it for me which he did. Not the Taj Mahal by any means but a nice little basic campground, not your typical cookie cutter type you see in most places. We would stay here again if in the area. give it a try. - Banditoman60
Jun 2017 - $60.00
Stayed the weekend and the Campground Rules WERE NOT enforced-Dogs were allowed to run free and were urinating in our campsite, campers were still loud and rowdy after the "quiet time" curfew, cars driving way too fast inside the park. I complained to the management and nothing was done. Most campers had NO campground etiquette and management did not care. This was not an enjoyable camping trip for us and will not be returning. My suggestion is that is you are looking for a quiet campground, stay away from Hot Springs Campground. - site reviewer
May 2016 - $40.00
"Campgrounds - mud hole, no wifi, no view of river"
Great place for events. If you know everyone else, you won't mind being jammed into this mud hole. Getting off line here is a snap; no cell or wi-fi service. Dog-friendly campground. Very few rules. The staff was nice and did the best they could with what they had to offer.
Campsite was tiny, unmarked mud, with very little space, and no privacy between it and the next unit. So close that our neighbors had to move their truck so we could have a campfire inside the ring. Mud surface to park in; NO gravel. Roads full of pot holes. No landscaping.
Your "view" is the side of the next camper. No or direct access of the river from the RV sites. Had to go thru another person's site to find a long trail down to the river.To call the RV sites riverside is false advertising.
To say they have Wi-Fi is false advertising; maybe SOMEWHERE on the property it was working, but not in the campground. Staff admitted they'd "been having trouble". Our opinion is the owners (in Chicago!) need to invest more $ into more band width for a business. Either that, or advertise "spotty wi-fi".
Used to be one of the best chef's in NC at their store. Not so anymore :(.
This place has a corner on the market, and its obvious the way they keep it. - Major Quilter
Oct 2015 - $40.00
What a poor value. First the campground is mostly dirt. Very little grass to be found. The roads in the campground are full of holes and are mostly first. When it rains so it did yesterday they turn to mud. At $40 per night a totally overpriced campground. It was hard to know where your campsite ended and another one started. - GLL
Jan 2019 - $50.00
Came over New Years. Enjoyed a camp site. All sites are full hook up. Deluxe $50, premium $75. Cable tv free with deposit for remote, WiFi free also and good. Verizon was good. bathhouse has many restrooms/showers and a laundry. Front desk store has firewood and propane. Only draw back for what you pay road potholes repaired, several night site/street marker lights out - Rolltideroll
Sep 2018 - $50.00
In a 40 foot class A towing, the road up is awful -- unpaved, very steep, very curvy, potholed, large bumps. Once up at the campground, our deluxe spot was level and private. The wifi worked well. The overlook view is lovely. There's no grass for walking dogs, but there are several wide trails with just gentle slopes. The warning about the bear and her cubs who had been seen in the campground made for pretty nervous walking though. The campground is convenient to Asheville downtown and tourist sites. We would not return because it's just too scary driving in. - Dapper
Jul 2018 - $70.00
This is a small, very clean park, up a mountain that requires you to drive up a narrow tree lined road. The vast majority of the tree's on the drive up were trimmed and did not hit the coach. The spaces had more than enough room between them, long enough for me to park my tow. My site was a deluxe, but did not have a cement pad. It wasn't exactly level. Moving on....the utilities worked fine, water pressure was fine, sewer hook up was fine. Really quiet park....like really quiet....and small. There is an overlook for guests to sit and watch the amazing sunsets. Wifi worked really well....THANK YOU!!!! I gave "good" because of the interior road leading to the deluxe sites. It is narrow and backing in a trailer or a large rv is tricky. I did run down some tree branches backing in and pulling out which could be corrected by cutting them way back. - RodeoClown
Nov 2018 - $42.00
Access is difficult. Coming off the 240 N onto Amboy Rd, you have already passed the park. Access requires a hairpin turn, or a U-turn somewhere up the road. BTW, getting back onto the highway on departure is an equally difficult task requiring a left turn which leaves most of your rig stuck out in traffic. The park is small, perhaps 25 sites, right on the French Broad River, with access to the riverfront trail (runs down the middle of the park) which is a lovely walk or cycle. Showers were clean, but dated and tired. The floor outside the one men's shower stall was so badly rotted, I nearly went through it. Sagged a good two inches under foot, with ceramic tiles all split and broken. Looks to be many full timers, mostly well kept, with notable exceptions. We considered it very over priced for what it offered. Between that and the difficult access, we would not stay here again. - nobghuri
Jun 2018 - $39.00
The park is well kept. It is much nicer than it looks from outside the park. Half of the sites back up to the French Broad River. The $39 daily rate is based on the $270 weekly rate. There is nothing bad to be said other than the advertised WiFi is worthless. And, the river has been known to flood. Besides the river, the best feature is a walking/bike path that passes through the center of the park and on to far venues in either direction. - The Penguin
May 2018 - $10.00
I booked this CG months in advance as we are full-timers. I called days in advance to confirm our reservation and he day of. We were told we had a spot on the river. When we arrived (not easily accessible for a 42' Rig) the person who was suppose to check us in on the lot to the right wasn't there so we called. They told us they didn't have anything but a grass site E/W only. When we viewed this site there as no way we could fit it even try to fit it! I'd advise anyone from Going there plus your literally under the I-40 expressway! I hate giving bad reviews but this was hard to get to only to have them lie to us! No! Don't go! - DawnB5643
May 2019 - $45.00
I would not recommend this campground for more than an overnight stay. We are in a pull through site and the main highway is only a few feet from us with no barrier between. Also the pull through sites are not in the same area as the rest of the campground. We had to drive up a narrow hill so I did see the campground and campers are very close to one another. On a high note, we are very close to the interstate and are on our way to SC for the rest of the week. - BeckynChris
Apr 2019 - $45.00
Very hilly hard to maneuver road noise. We will not go back - Roadtrip500
Oct 2018 - $45.00
Our site was level but backing into some of these sites can be a problem because of the sharp incline from the road to the site, I saw a couple of motorhomes drag their backend on the incline while backing in, this could be a problem with some longer wheel based mh, this park is for the most part big rig friendly...our services worked great and our site was long enough for the toad also....cell service ATT was good but their WIFI was ok until the park got full then it was non existent, their cable was good with lots of channels...the restrooms and showers were clean with lots of hot water, did not use laundry but it was clean and all machines appeared to be in working order....no ground fires are allowed, City ordinance, but you can use your fire pit if u have one like us.....the other main problem with this park is there is no where to hook up your toad when leaving, there is a short strip while leaving the park but you could be blocking outgoing campers and it's on a down hill slope which sometimes can be a problem....this park is close to everything including the Biltmore which is about 5 miles from the park, easy access from interstate....staff was friendly, but with all the choices to camp at in Asheville I would look somewhere else the next time, but I would return here if I had too....there can be a lot of traffic noise from the interstate that can/could be a problem for some of us... - smoky40
Apr 2019 - $53.00
This is an older KOA that is quiet, pretty and well kept. My only concern was the older sites were all quite short with little room for a tow vehicle. Staff said we could park up at the office if necessary. There is some road noise. WIFI was strong and with good bandwidth although we were parked close to the office. It was 85 deg. Pool wasn't open yet ? for the season. Sites were level and gravel/dirt but they had covered many areas with straw so they remained dry. - camperkatie
Apr 2019 - $45.00
A beautiful park! Very hilly, tons of trails on the park grounds and a great location from which to see the area. They are in the process of renovating and improving the upper section, so it was closed while we were there, which made it a great place to walk the dogs (along with the trails surrounding the park)! Tons of birds singing, misty mountains in the distance and the people were awesome. We had a pullthrough in the section behind the office. Maneuverable, but pretty tight if your rig is over 40'. We could fit the car behind the motorhome sideways. Cable was sufficient, but the HD channels were frequently out, and the wifi dropped often. The Verizon signal was also intermittent, likely due to the mountainous surroundings. The hookups worked fine, laundry had four washers and just three dryers, I could see that being tough during high season. The only real downside is the traffic noise. The park is located just above I-40, I could have thrown a rock and hit the freeway. Wear earplugs or run a fan at night due to traffic noise. But for the location, we worked with it, we stayed eleven days and would stay again. - GeorgiePorgie
Nov 2018 - $43.00
We stayed in an RV site near the cabins and my son and family stayed in the cabins. The campground was large and had plenty of space between sites with a picnic table and fire pit. The lady checking us in was very nice and we had no problems at all while staying here. There was a bit of rain, so things were muddy and there was a lot of road noise from I-40 if you were near the side near the road, but that was not the fault of the campground and it didn't bother us. The lodge cabin that my son's family stayed in was also very nice and they have done a lot to update things and keep it looking good. We very much enjoyed this campground and will definitely stay here again if we are in the area. - quilt lady
Sep 2011 - $35.00
This is a fairly remote campground located right at the base of the Appalachian Mountains 12 miles east of Greeneville, Tn. There are no pull through sites, however most of the sites are large, have shade, and a beautiful view. There is a fishing pond that is open to campers. Managers/owners are very friendly and helpful. This park is a "destination park"; it is too remote from the interstate for an overnight stay. The only negative is the narrow winding roads to get there and are truly a pain requiring slow speeds and caution on the curves. We have a 36 foot 5th wheel and it was very scary at times meeting traffic. There is cable available, but only in one section that is taken up by "long stay" campers. Overall a very good campground that deserves a 10 but we had to give an 8 for a lack of cable to all sites and the narrow winding roads. We would stay again. - sweetandlocker
Oct 2013 - $25.00
Management & staff excellent- friendly and helpful. Clubhouse spacious and clean. Pool available in season. Laundry on site is more reasonable than Laundromat Wooded sites. We were not able to connect to Satellite. No Wi-Fi or cable available. Sites are not level or large but staff will assist in whatever it takes to level and facilitate settling into site. Convenient to Asheville and Western NC attractions. Showers could use more cleaning attention. This is our 3rd year to stay a month at this park. Despite any shortcomings we will return again next year. - M&MLuna