Rustic relaxation nestled in the heart of a national forest

This 49+/- acre park is bordered on three sides by national forest. The campground and cabins are surrounded by hiking trails, trout fishing, whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking, bicycling, horseback riding, and much more. After an invigorating hike in the national forest, guests can spend a relaxing evening around their private campfire. The park is located 3 miles from a popular river access ramp for rafting and kayaking. Trout fishing in sections of the river is ranked in the top 100 in the United States.

There is an abundance of hiking trailheads within ten miles of the campground, including the Appalachian Trail. Additionally, it is a short drive to the a national park. The campground was established around 20 years ago, and the rustic charm remains even as improvements have been made. Enjoy peaceful mountain living on this income producing property.

10 RV full hookup sites, 2 sites that accommodate smaller campers with 30 AMP power (not full hookup), 15 tent sites with electric. All electric sites have shared water hydrants throughout the campground. There are 10 drive up primitive sites and 7 walk-in primitive sites located by the creek that runs through the campground. There are 5 stand-alone cabins that sleep from 4-10. One cabin that currently has 4 efficiency units that sleep 4 each. There is a log cabin on the property currently used by the owners but could be rented out as well. At the entrance, there is a separate building for the office and small camp store and a workshop. Fast cable WiFi is accessible throughout the entire campground and all cabins. There is a strong AT&T cell signal. Cable TV is available to the cabins and RV sites. A shed is used for mowers, lawn tools, and misc. supplies.

Bathhouse/rec area
The bathhouse has 6 private showers (3 men’s and 3 ladies’). The bathroom can accommodate numerous campers at once. There is an attached furnished WiFi lounge/rec room where campers can get out of the bad weather and relax.

Area attractions
Whitewater rafting & kayaking. Boating and fishing. National forest with many hiking trails. Horseback riding with stables. Mountain biking. 2 annual kayaking festivals fill the park. Appalachian Trail within 10 miles. Fall foliage tours.

Home available as a separate purchase for $280k
3 bed, 2.5 bath, full basement, garage sheds and 1/1 apartment. 1 acre property.

49+/- ACRES





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