***Water hookup is available from our well to your camper via a 150 foot distance (100 feet hose can be provided). Hose would need to lay across our gravel driveway. We will also provide firewood.***
Campsite area is 25 feet wide and 35 feet deep.
We live on the side of White Oak Mountain on 14 acres. You will be able to get a view of the mountain, seasonally, from your campsite. You can listen to Ostin Creek from your campsite. We are surrounded by the Green River Gamelands so our space is quiet, green (well seasonally anyway), and heavily forested. If you like being in nature, this is the place for you!
-Only cats are allowed, no dogs. We have a cat that likes his outdoor time and he is afraid of dogs. Sorry!!!!
-Kids are welcome, but must be supervised at all times. The campsite backs up to a very steep slope.
-Smoking is fine, but please no associated litter.
-Please turn generator off by sundown or 9 pm (whichever comes first) and do not turn on before 8 am.
-NO loud music. We live quiet, and we like quiet.
-Please do not destroy or hinder the growth of the moss and lichens growing on slope near your campsite. I know, we are weirdos who LOVE nature.
We live on a very curvy mountain road which GPS will take you down. But our driveway will not allow you access, due to the angle of the road and our driveway apron. You will need to access our house from Columbus, NC via hwy 108, then Wolverine Trail, then Silver Creek Rd.
Parking is available next to the rig or on the other side of the driveway.
We live 2 miles from a large waterfall, called Little Bradley Falls, that you can access from an easy but wonderful hiking trail along Cove Creek. You can take a drive up White Oak Mountain, 3000 feet, and sit on Sunset Rock to get a great sunset view of the mountains. Also on the mountain is another large waterfall to stop and view called Shunkawauken Falls (which means sky-water). Pearson's Falls is another large waterfall nearby, just 15 minutes away. Many other nearby hiking opportunities are available. The Gorge Zip-line in Saluda will take you across the Green River Gorge. Chimney Rock State Park is a short drive away, in Lake Lure. Another fun thing to see in Lake Lure is the Flowering Bridge which is a decommissioned road bridge landscaped by volunteers and is always in bloom. The Blue Ridge Parkway and Asheville are just 50 minutes away.
This location was awesome, located adjacent to the hosts home and although out of the way, we got very detailed and easy to follow direction. They even had firewood stacked in a fire pit ready for us. And although they were having guests over they took the time to chat awhile which was also nice. We were lucky to be the inaugural guests and I’m sure there will be plenty of interesting members coming through to enjoy it in the future. Best of luck, we highly recommend!