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37 RV Parks near West Canton, North Carolina
We did however find 37 campgrounds within 25 miles of West Canton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West Canton in the left hand column.
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
Oct 2018 - $25.00
We had planned a weeks visit to Asheville and had tried to stay at a park closer to town. Riverhouse is about 20 minutes or so to the Asheville happenings but easy to drive. (Thank goodness we made note of a illuminated sign across from the Rv park entrance or we would certainly miss it at night as the park sign has not been illuminated upon our evening returns). A "welcome home" sign to all those regulars could be a fine addition. The park open area is clean but the restroom was beyond filthy. Did not check the showers. Our site was level though muddy due to the recent storms. The majority of the rv's are local workers and even on a glorious Sunday we don't see anyone out of doors. The river "sings" as it goes by. Amazing how clear the water. A nice covered area for picnicking or relaxing. WiFi is fair. Poor reception for over the air tv use. Hook ups convenient. Stores and laundry about 15 minutes away. Road noise is obvious early morning and during the day but mostly quiet at night. Other than when we checked in we have not had contact with the owners who live next door in their house. Would suggest they have a wash the Rv day so that things would look spiffy to match the river view. We went into the Asheville area daily and enjoyed the wide variety of fun things to see, do and eat. - John-Jean
Oct 2017 - $28.00
My husband and I visited for our 1 year wedding anniversary. This was a great find, in my opinion. The sites are a first come, first serve thing. There's no reservations. Far enough away from town to be relaxing.
Power and water is at the front of the campsite, but that was fine for us. We purchased a long and short hose when we go our camper. Some shady sites. Site surface is gravel and features a fire ring and picnic table.
We will definitely come back! - Krysten
Sep 2017 - $28.00
Chose this RV park due to proximity to friends we were to visit. Campfire areas in common areas close by. Site with grassy patio area. Picnic tables in shelter next to our site. One was promptly placed at campfire area across from us when requested. Wifi was spotty depending on your site. We used devices outside or our own mobile hotspot. Not a big deal. Nature is park's best and main amenity. Pretty setting overall. Step out of trailer and hear the wonderful sounds of the river. So peaceful, restful there. Add campfire next to the river--aaahh. Mountain peak across the road was beautiful in morning sun, fog etc. Mrs. owner was very nice, helpful; really wanted us to have a nice time. Rules were standard. Closed gate rule made sense when she explained reason. And was no problem. Owner's husband was a bit terse. Would I come back? Yes! - Sooz Elite
Dec 2019 - $44.00
This is somewhat of a tough campground to review. We stayed here for only a single night in what is definitely the off-season. Coupled with the notion that the real purpose of the property is to provide a basecamp for a local vacation. We used it for a different purpose - a one night stay during our travels home. That being said, the campground is, indeed, ideally located for a Western North Carolina/Ashville vacation. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The only area for improvement is that the fundamental infrastructure is somewhat "primative" for our liking - the gravel sites are "kinda" level, but could use regrading. Overall, we'd stay here again and be happy to do so. - FurChild Dad
Sep 2019 - $44.00
We stayed at this KOA about 3 yrs. ago and decided to stop again as it is a good stop to visit Asheville, NC. Electric was good, convenient location of the water and electric. Management was nice. My disappointment is that this park is really not big rig friendly anymore. The trees are not trimmed back and I was not able to use my 'pull-through' site because of the limbs on the tree on my driver's side. Also, the RV'er across from me was blocking my 'swing-out' access with his truck. I'm sure they would have moved but that tree would have scratched my paint on the side of my coach. I ended up backing out of my site and had to try to avoid all the other low tree branches on the way out. We are tall at 13' 4" and 45 ft. long so this park is off the list for us. - MarkG.
Sep 2019 - $45.00
Easy to maneuver for the big rigs. People friendly and helpful. - Markra
Sep 2019 - $32.00
Very small but clean campground. Really nice and friendly couple run this campground. Full hookups easy access. But again very small and unfortunately right next to a very busy very noisy four lane road for RV parking. Constant traffic driving right by your camper. Loud and annoying not a peaceful relaxing atmosphere. Across this main road is a beautiful lake with swimming, boating and the peace you don't have at the campground. Easy walk, drive or bike across the busy road to get to this tranquility. Coin operated Laundry and clean bathrooms available. Big beautiful Cross shaped community fire pit next to small playground. Further back off the main road is tent and smaller camper parking and much quieter. Some mountain views from the campground, not near other amenities. But the lake is gorgeous! - KateandWayne
Jul 2019 - $45.00
The part of this campground that fits big rigs is right on a very busy and noisy road. You could hardly hear yourself think. No campfires allowed. Sites close together. The lake is really a large pond across the street, and also situated directly on the road. Whole resort had an overcrowded feel. - scb5th wheel
May 2018 - $30.00
We chose this campground because of a model railroad convention at the conference center across the street. When we drove in we were greeted by very friendly camp hosts who were eager to help us. We had no prearranged camp site so they offered us three sites. One would have backed up to the busy road and no shade, another would have been up on the hillsides but no cable. All sites here, even on the hillsides are FHU. We finally chose a pull through site on the area near the road. One small tree did help break up the sun and will grow soon to be a proper shade tree. Road noise during the day is significant, but does quiet down at night. Wifi is very strong. Showers are older style but on further inspection have some excellent ammenties, for one, well placed towel hooks, curtains that actually provide privacy, and very nice holders for soap and shampoo. Although the showers were very well done and very clean, what we did not know when we reserved is that the campground shares the road in with a school next door. Twice a day, morning and around 3:00 you had to put up with cars lining up to pick up children from the school. It was awkward and if you were sitting in the campground during the day it was noisy as well. If I were to stay here again I would choose a site up on the hillsides which were daunting to get to but very shady and much quieter. - Trainspotter
Apr 2018 - $40.00
The main RV park is right on Hwy 151 with 5 sites. These appeared to be occupied by long term renters. We parked across the road down by the owner's house. There is tight turn and a fairly steep, gravel hill leading down to the site. Once you get there, it is pretty wide open. There are 3 maybe 4 sites with hookups (two facing the creek), and two tiny houses for rent. The sites facing the creek alternate between RV site and tiny house. They are pretty close together. We were the only ones here so it was ok ... it may have been uncomfortably close if someone was renting the tiny house next to us. Our site was gravel and a bit narrow. Our steps narrowly missed touching the deck. The deck is stamped concrete with a pergola. It's a pretty setup. There is a shared gazebo with a swing and seat right by the creek. WII FI worked pretty good although it would drop you sometimes. Directv satellite worked great. Verizon coverage 4g 2/3 bars. The park is about 7 miles from the Blue Ridge PKWY and about 15 miles from Asheville. It was quiet for the most part especially at night. - Free
Oct 2017 - $40.00
We stayed at a site in the hollow next to the house which was very nice and had full hookups. Our site had a large concrete patio with a pergola, bench and table which was the nicest patio area we've had at an RV park. It was next to a clear, shallow creek with a wooden swing. There is a large, grassy field that is great for dogs. The site itself is gravel/grass and level. Wifi was strong and reliable. Good Verizon signal. No cable but satellite friendly and many OTA stations. There are only a few sites in the hollow. It is down a steep hill but we didn't have any problem in our 37' class A. The 5 sites across the highway didn't look as nice, but I really can't make much comment on them since that's not where we stayed. No facilities but we never use them anyway. We would stay again if in the area. - thekites
Jul 2017 - $35.00
This is a small, well kept campground with just 5 sites. We stayed in site 3. Virtually at the edge of Pisgah National Forest and close to everything else. Best wifi in any campground and we've stayed at many. No frills but each site level and grassy "front yard" to each site meant no rug necessary. Would absolutely stay again. The owner is a gem of a guy and has a nice place here. Sorry to have to leave. - Jaendavid
Nov 2019 - $30.00
We originally planned to camp in Lake Powatan National Forest, but there were no sites available. We found Stony Creek RV Park in Campground Reviews. We called ahead & were told that there were a couple of sites available. People we have met in the camping community tend to be very friendly, welcoming people, but I would be hard pressed to find anyone nicer than the owner/operator in Stony Creek. This RV park is full hook up, the sites are gravel, fairly level and is next to Mt. Pisgah. It is a small park and is intended for long term campers who seem to live there and work in the area. The owner said that he caters mostly to long term, or seasonal campers. Our site was recently vacated and the new camper was not arriving for another week. There are no playgrounds, rest rooms, showers, or fire rings. There are picnic tables. We had a running, stony creek behind our campsite. That being said, it was perfectly suited for our needs. e just needed a place to stay while we visited the Asheville and Blur Ridge area. The campsite we stayed in was quite close to the Pisgah Hwy, but it is not heavily traveled with little traffic noise. - Sharp Dressed Man
Sep 2019 - $21.00
This is one of the sweetest campgrounds I have yet to stay in. Was here for two weeks and really enjoyed my stay. Campground is clean and quiet and is The owner was very kind and helpful in accommodating for my needs which was very much appreciated. I highly recommend Stony Fork Creek in Candler, NC - Cynthia C
Dec 2017 - $18.00
As a full-time traveler, I have been to many different parks and have had good and bad experiences with management and facilities. This park has been such a great find! The owner, has gone above and beyond to help me settle in to my year-long work assignment in the area and I have never had to second guess if choosing this park was the right decision. As mentioned in the other reviews, you must be self-contained as there are no facilities here but the well water is amazingly clean and there is great water pressure. Most of the traffic running by the park is local or motorcyclists out for a scenic ride in the area, hardly noticeable. There are lots on both sides of the road so as mentioned DO slow down when close. The GPS was very accurate but it will take you to a house about 200 yards in front of the turn, so if you miss it; turning around in a larger rig will be tough. If coming from Candler and staying in lots 7-10, there is a long, brown fence immediately before the turn-in on the right. If in lots 1-6, you will see the trailers and the EXIT to the sites on your left BEFORE you see the ENTRANCE sign ahead. Suburban propane has been amazing and will come out to this location to install a tank if staying long enough to need it, with auto refill services available. The sites are gravel, level enough to just need a few adjustments. There are picnic tables at each site with 30amp,50 amp hook-ups. The grounds are maintained well with a few trees, more on the creekside, that offer some shade. There are several county parks in the Candler area with playgrounds and nature trails so not having these facilities at the site has not been an issue. I do not have dogs, but others in the park do and have never had issues, no unwanted visitors either. So far, it is very peaceful. The owner has been one of the nicest people I have met in my travels and I highly recommend this park, whether for a day or a year as he will go out of his way to make you feel welcomed!! - GinaS
Sep 2019 - $48.00
One point lost because it is a tad on the pricey side for what it is. Word of warning, if coming from the interstate Garmin will have you turning into the other CG right next door. Keep going a few more hundred yards. If you need satellite between trees & mountains you may be blocked. No big deal. Cable available is better than basic. - Veebyes
Sep 2019 - $48.00
Easy on and off the highway, very quiet at night, and sites are well-maintained and level. Best to arrive before dark and to call ahead for reservations. - Airforceret95
Jun 2019 - $61.00
We recently went to the Outer Banks for vacation. We stopped at Pride RV Resort on our way back. This was the 2nd time we stayed at Pride RV. If your looking for a peaceful getaway this is it. The best spots are in Section G along the creek. The creek is so peaceful to sit at your campsite and listen. So relaxing. However, there are no fire pits at the individual sites, only fire pits along the creek. Showers are very nice and hot. The laundry room was very nice. They have a small campsite and food service that was good. Breakfast seemed to be very popular there. We played putt-putt golf and that was fun. Some of the campsites I did notice in the middle were not level at all. I would suggest asking for a level site if required when making reservations. Overall, this is a great campground and I'm sure we will be back. - Jeff Hedges
Oct 2019 - $48.00
Great staff! Easy access from the interstate, grounds were well maintained, VERY pet friendly! We relaxed on the campground most our trip, stayed on a site by the big creek! Bring your own fire pit if you have one. We didn’t realize (even though I looked at the site map a million times) that every site didn’t come with one. - Alynnallmon
Oct 2019 - $61.00
We overnighted at Creekwood Farm on our way elsewhere. It is a well-maintained CG along a creek, but couldn't possibly hold one more campsite if it tried. The sites that back up to the creek ($$) are a little better, but those in the middle are cramped with maybe 6 feet between the back of the trailers. There is also a lumber mill across the street which is incredibly noisy (sounds as if you are camped right on top of an interstate). We wouldn't stay here again. - KyKampers
Sep 2019 - $42.00
This is a very friendly and well maintained campground with a picturesque creek flowing along one side. Roads and sites are gravel. New arrivals are escorted to their site. Sites are clean and level. Cable TV and WiFi are provided. Restrooms and showers are very clean. There is some noise from the highway, the lumber mill across the road, and a nearby gun range. We have stayed here before and will return again. - tnyankee
Jun 2019 - $40.00
I would rate this campground a 10 if the trees had not been trimmed back too far which left very little shade. The trees are growing back slowly and things should be very shady again in a couple of years. The campground is in a valley (but still 3,000 ft in elevation) with mountains all around and beautiful scenery. A river flows at the edge of the property. The workers keep the place in great shape every single day. The office folks are friendly and helpful. The campers are friendly and keep their sites looking nice, too. It is a low key place: no pool, no community/rec room, no tennis courts, no bingo, etc. Just lots of people who visit each other and enjoy themselves without planned activities. Quiet, too. I'm staying long term next season. - EdinFL
Oct 2018 - $50.00
This campground is located conveniently off the highway but I will not plan to stay here again.
In general this campground is full of long term campers. The sites are a mixture of gravel / grass pads that are fairly level.
In general, the campground’s facilities are average at best. We passed quite a few other campgrounds on this same stretch of road that I will be using in the future.... - Pigcrib
May 2017 - $45.00
Easy on and off I-40 exit 20. We stayed there 2 nights, cost to me was a little high, but the site we had was great, nice and level, full hook up and we pulled right in. No Good Sam discount. We would got back to spend time in the mountains. Site was big enough. - gmasharp