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Old 09-25-2017, 02:30 PM
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Planning on making a trip up to Topton,NC towards the end of next week to a campground called Nelson's Nantahala Hideaway. I've researched, researched and researched this place. It seems like a decent family campground. Wondering if anyone here has used this campground before. Hoping for a fun few days with my little boys.
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I've stayed at Tumbling Waters campground in Almond a few times after rafting the Nantahala. They have a creek with wild trout and a pay trout pond. Covered communal cooking area with sink and stove is handy.
Nelsons looks nice and is closer to lonesome dove stables where I've taken my girls riding.
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That one looks pretty good, I'll have to remember it next time I want to go up that way, another one to check out is Indian Creek Campground, right outside Cherokee, awesome place, owned by a man and his wife, definitely family friendly, very clean campground, probably the cleanest bath houses I've ever seen. Trout stream right there that is stocked by the Cherokee nation.
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Got back Sunday afternoon from our camping trip. I'm not sure I would recommend this camp ground. I bet it was a really nice place at one time but now has seem to be ran down. The bathrooms were never cleaned and also never had any TP or paper towels the entire 4 days we were there. I seen several realty signs at the road so I am assuming the place is for sale. I hope someone buys this place and can get it back in to shape.
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