We live in the mountains, so expect a twisty and narrow road (paved) up to our house. We have a firm, grassy area to park with no near neighbors and in a private neighborhood. Dogs on leash are fine and there is a small lake to walk around with great scenery. Long towed trailers or RVs with long rear overhang should avoid as driveway transitions steeply.
Quiet after 9 and all the typical rules of being a great neighbor. No difficult or dangerous pets. Please do not leave food (dog or human) or drippings as our pugs will find it immediately and pig out.
Tight and steep turn into driveway that limits length of vehicle and requires removing towed vehicles. I can make it easily with a 24' Class C towing a 12' trailer, but a crew cab truck towing a 16' trailer would probably have issues.
Biltimore House, Asheville, breweries (esp. Sierra Nevada), Dupont State Forest, Pisgah Nat Forest
Our travel day began at 4:30 am and it was a rough day and made it to their home later than we had hoped (I did message them) however when we arrived Corey was there to greet us with a smile and guide us into our parking area. He also told us to ask him any questions that we might have as he is a very experienced RV’er and he also offered to help us in any way he could. We felt comforted by this as we arrived just before dark and we had just picked up our “new to us” Class C RV and had no prior experience owning a motorized RV...only campers and longer travel trailers. As we settled in for the night Corey called our cellphone and asked us if he could help us with anything as the NC weather temps were dropping quickly. He did suggest something we had not thought about reference our heating system that worked out great. The next morning we awoke and walked around their beautiful lake a few times and took in all the glory of such a scenic area of the mountains and their tranquil neighborhood. Corey let us top off our fresh water supply...I asked him a lot more questions about boondocking...RV’s...maintenance etc and he answered them all and gave us great advice that we not only will use but we will pass along in the future once we are well versed and are expert level like Corey. A huge bonus are Cinder and Bella....the cutest PUPS!!!! I would love to visit the host again just to play with these two amazing fur babies. This was an amazing first BW stay for us and we would love to stay again when we have more time to really get to know this amazing couple (the human ones too) 😊
Couldn't have been more accommodating or welcoming. The location is beautfuil, looking forward to coming back when the weather is warmer. Thank you so much!
We had a great stay at Sky Lake in the Clouds and enjoyed meeting our hosts and their adorable pups. They were incredibly helpful and gracious hosts. We would gladly stay again. It was an excelled first boondocking experience.
A little slice of paradise in the NC mountains! Super friendly hosts and dogs. Peaceful and quiet too. Very twisty road so make sure you are prepared and come up from the downtown Hendersonville route up Davis Mt Rd.
I believe we may now be spoiled for ever and found the most incredible spot and people on our first boondock. I hope we are lucky to find another place with the same magic as here. The private lake was so clean and refreshing to swim in and our hosts were extremely welcoming, as were the two sweetest pugs Cinder and Bella! We left inspired and can only look forward to going back. From us and Gizmo the fantastic weenie dog.
This is a wonderful little spot in the mountains of Hendersonville. The hosts wonderful as well. They showed hospitality above and beyond. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and it was nice to be greeted by Cinder-Bella. The location is a little difficult to get to for anything big. We have a Lance truck camper and it was perfect. The location is beautiful near a peace lake which is a great walk in the morning. Thank you for your hospitality.