Amazing views in a quiet campground in beautiful valley located one mile from the entrance to a National Park. The RV park offers secluded camping with serene views, yet is minutes from historical cities and popular attractions. The park is best known for its beautiful historic location near an entrance to a National Park. This is one of the most visited areas in the Smoky Mountains.
Quiet, family owned and operated marina and boat docks, store, deluxe cabins and RV campground with large lots. Guests come for the fishing, access to pleasure boating, and marine gas. This is the only gas available on the south side of the scenic river. The store offers boating and fishing supplies, scooped ice cream, an assortment of snacks, cold beverages, sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, t-shirts, and branded apparel. The park is located in a beautiful natural area and benefits from multiple revenue streams. This is a business for owners who love working near the water and meeting people who enjoy the outdoors.
This is a turn-key operation and is small enough to run with minimal staff. In addition to the campground it offers a solid river livery business. The seasonal operation allows the owners to take several months off during the winter. Established in 1989, the park takes special pride in being “First on the River.” It is only 15 minutes from a quaint downtown and just 19 miles from a destination resort town. Open from April through October, the 7+/- acre campground is located on the banks of a scenic river with tree-lined RV sites, wooded riverside tent camping, and rentals that include four comfortable, fully-equipped cabins, a vintage Airstream and a 1964 Shasta. Guests have access to a thousand feet of riverfront for great fishing and one of the best swimming holes on the river. The campground also offers full-service tubing, kayak, and canoe trips in the very heart of the best paddling waters on the river. There’s Class I through Class III action for all levels of paddling skill.
This is a pet-friendly, family-oriented campground with large shaded lots. The park provides a welcoming, relaxing stay that is clean, safe, and affordable. It includes 23 full hookup RV sites and 1 electric site. It is quiet and wooded and located on the edge of town, about 15 minutes from shopping, but far enough for guests to enjoy nature. Area attractions include Cedar Key, fishing, diving, kayaking, bike trails, and hunting. An owner’s home, built in 2019, is located at the front of the property and offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,472 square feet. This beautiful and newer home provides energy efficient HVAC, the appliances are in great condition, and there are 9’ ceilings throughout. This is a great opportunity for an owner who wants to live on the property. The area provides a lower cost of living while being surrounded by nature’s playground.
PARK IS CURRENTLY CLOSED 33 full hookup RV sites conveniently located between the charming city of Waynesboro and the bustling metropolis of Augusta, Georgia. This RV park for sale offers easy access to the best of both worlds, whether guests are looking for a relaxing rural getaway or an exciting urban adventure. Waynesboro provides access to a variety of local attractions such as antique shops, art galleries and restaurants. For those looking for something a little more adventurous, they can take a short drive to the nearby State Park, where they can hike, fish, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Georgia wilderness. This is a safe and well-maintained RV park in a quiet rural setting.
Campground and cabin operation in a natural wooded setting with several whimsically themed cabins to choose from. Guests won’t need to spend time packing their car, everything is set up so that all they need to do is relax and enjoy their time in the great outdoors. There are comfy glamping tents, cottages, vintage RVs and even an English double decker bus rental. Each unit is unique, with absolute attention to detail and utmost cleanliness. All this in a spacious setting in the Nantahala Gorge just below the headwaters of the Nantahala River. This whitewater rafting and kayaking river offers premier fly-fishing and is an attraction in and of itself. Guests come for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, mountain biking trails, rafting, fly-fishing, zip lines, kayaking, scenic waterfalls, and much more.
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