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I have to agree with other low ratings about being cramped and noisey. Sites are very close together. The park is stuck between 2 interstates and traffic sounds never stop. The wi fi is good WHEN it works, intermitent all of our stay and out...More
This place is CLAUSTROPHOBIC!!!
Don't even think about extending your awning -- you'll be lucky to get out the door of your RV. You can touch your rig with one hand and the one next to yours with the other hand. Every pad is for...More
The park is set up for RV's, but the roadway through it is narrow and the sites are actually a bit higher than the road so it is not that easy trying to back in when you are working with different levels.
The wi-fi is...More
Easy on easy off the highway. About .5 miles from 40 and 1 mile from 26. Maybe 10 min probably less into Asheville. I was there for about 3 months working so my rates were very reasonable and I really liked the staff. You can...More
Judging by the difficulty in getting a decent campsite, Asheville, NC is a very popular place. To date, camping here has not been a good experience. Add Bear Creek RV Park to the list of overpriced, apathetic businesses who appear to over-represent themselves to transient...More
Enterprise has a location a few miles away. Their prices seemed high. Probably since it is a tourist area. If you are only going to use the car within Cherokee you really don't need one. The taxi service is good (but... More
Enterprise has a location a few miles away. Their prices seemed high. Probably since it is a tourist area. If you are only going to use the car within Cherokee you really don't need one. The taxi service is good (but pricy) and later I found out the Cherokee Transit bus will come to the park for $2/passenger. Have a great time