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Linville Falls Campground RV Park & Cabins




Minimum of one night deposit required to hold a reservation for non-holiday/special event dates. The balance of your reservation is due upon arrival and is non-refundable after arrival.

For Holiday/Special Event Dates: Payment in full is required at time of booking.
3-night may be minimum required.

Holidays/Special Events: Memorial Day Weekend, July 4th Week, Highland Games and Labor Day Weekend.

Cancellation Policy for RV/Tent/Cabins (Non-Holiday/Special Event Dates):
*A $25 Cancellation Fee may be applied.
*If notice is received 7+ days prior to arrival full refund less cancellation fee.
*If notice is received less than 7 days prior to arrival no refund will be given.
*Early departures for any reason are not eligible for refunds.

Cancellation Policy for RV/Tent/Cabins (Holiday/Special Event Dates):
*A $25 Cancellation Fee may be applied.
*If notice is received 14+ days prior to arrival full refund less cancellation fee.
*If notice is received less than 14 days prior to arrival no refund will be given.
*Early departures for any reason are not eligible for refunds.


All sites/cabins are priced for 2 people/1 vehicle. Additional people over the age of 5 and additional vehicles are $6.00 each per night. Children 5 and under are free.

IMPORTANT: If you have larger than a 6-person tent please call the office to be sure you get a tent site that will accommodate your tent. Not all tent sites are the same size.

Check-In time is 2pm or after for RV/Tent sites, 3pm or after for cabins. All RVs are highly encouraged to be parked before dark.

Early check-in is not encouraged. If you need to come in early please call ahead to be sure your site is ready.

Late Arrivals - Please call ahead at 828-765-2681 if you are going to arrive after 7pm so we can discuss late arrival procedures. Wood can be pre-ordered if you will be late.

Check-Out time is 11am. Please contact the office if you need to arrange for additional time.

We offer a 10% military discount for service members with valid military or VA identification. No other discounts are available.

No refunds will be issued after check-in. Please note there is no additional charge for sunshine, rain, wind or hail; therefore, we cannot offer refunds under those conditions.


Quiet time is 10pm – 8am. Please be respectful of your fellow campers.

You must be 18 years of age or older to make a reservation.

Firewood is available for purchase at the store. Delivery of wood and ice to your site is available upon request.

The North Carolina Forest Service states that ‘raw’ firewood should not be transported to avoid bringing in bugs that are not native to our area. Buy it in the area you plan to burn it. Only heat-treated firewood can be transported.

Please help us protect our trees and foliage. Feel free to gather dead wood already on the ground for your campfire but do not cut, remove, prune or injure live trees or bushes. Do not drag limbs larger than the fire pit into your campsite.

All campfires must be contained to the designated fire pits. Please do not burn trash, use the provided trash cans. Do not move the fire pits. All fires should be supervised. Do not leave fires unattended; be sure they are extinguished before leaving.

For the safety of our guests, children and pets, please keep to the posted speed limit of 5mph.

Bath House / Laundry – we offer a new style bath house that features 6 individual bathrooms (stool/sink/shower). #1 is handicap assessable & #6 is designated as family-size. The laundry also features new washers / dryers. Cost for a load is $3.00 to wash and $2.00 to dry. Quarters & detergent are available in the office. It also features a large sink with hot water for the campers to do their dishes. Please remember to keep the doors shut and turn off the lights. Report any problems to the office.

Please be respectful of other campers and do not leave your laundry in the machines for extended periods of time.

Wifi is currently not available in the campground. Free wifi is available 5 miles north in Crossnore at the Miracle Grounds Coffee Shop if you need to check emails.

Golf carts and ATVs are prohibited.

While alcoholic beverages are permitted at your site, public intoxication is not permitted in the campground. Underage drinking is also not acceptable.

Profanity and abusive language is not permitted in our campground.

No fireworks, firearms or explosives are permitted in the campground.

Smokers, please dispose of cigarette butts properly. We are an environmentally conscience park and tossing cigarette butts on the ground or in the fire pits is unacceptable.

All cabins, the bath house/laundry and the office are SMOKE-FREE buildings. You agree to pay a $100.00 cleaning fee should evidence of smoke/odor be found in any cabin.

Children play at the playground at their own risk. We request supervision of all children under 10.


Please have vaccination records available.

RV & Tent sites: Pets are welcome and must be registered at the front office.

Good pet-iquette should be observed at all times in the campground. Pick up immediately after your pet and throw away the bags in campsite trash cans. Please do not use the bath house or laundry trash cans.

Due to insurance requirements aggressive breeds are not allowed in the campground.

We care about the comfort of your pet. Please do not leave your pet unattended at your site, in your RV or in any pet-friendly cabin.

Not all cabins are pet-friendly. If evidence of a pet is found in a ‘pet-free’ cabin your on-file card will be charged a $100.00 Pet Cleaning Fee.

In a pet-friendly cabin you will be charged a $25 Pet Cleaning Fee. Limit 2 pets per cabin. If damage is found after check-out your on-file card will be charged an additional $100.00.

We are not responsible for accidents, injuries or acts of God.

We work hard to ensure that our Park is a safe place and reserve the right to interpret our rules. Campers and visitors who are uncooperative or violate the Park rules may be asked to leave without warning or refund.

Please call the office at 828-765-2681 during office hours with concerns or questions. Or send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Normal office hours:
Monday – Thursday 9am – 7pm
Friday 9am – 8pm
Saturday 8am – 8pm
Sunday 8am-7pm



Policies are subject to change at any time. 5/28/2021


Firewood Policy

Use local firewood

Use Local Firewood

The beauty and productivity of North Carolina's forests is threatened by non-native plants, animals and diseases that can make it to the state in many ways. One common but often overlooked way that these invasive species make it into the state's parks, forests, and private campgrounds is through the movement of firewood.

Some invasive insects, such as the European gypsy moth can lay eggs on pieces of firewood. Others, such as the emerald ash borer, Sirex woodwasp, the Asian longhorned beetle, redbay ambrosia beetle, walnut twig beetle and common pine shoot beetle spend parts of their life-cycle within wood and can emerge from firewood as adults ready to infest new trees. A few of these insects are associated with devastating tree diseases such as laurel wilt (redbay ambrosia beetle) and thousand cankers disease (walnut twig beetle).

You can help prevent the spread of these dangerous invasive species by using local firewood. A good rule of thumb is to burn wood within a 50 mile radius of its origin. Additionally, you should not bring firewood into North Carolina from another state unless it has been treated to kill pests, and / or inspected or certified as pest free. If firewood has inadvertently been brought into the state, or has been moved long distances within the state, make sure it is burned as soon as possible. Never leave unused firewood behind at the burn site.

The use of local firewood is an important factor in preventing the spread of potentially devastating invasive species to our state's forests. Please keep this in mind as you prepare for your outdoor recreation activities: The health of our forests depends on it!


North Carolina Summary:

North Carolina prohibits the interstate and intrastate (within state) movement of firewood (hardwood, softwood, seasoned and green) from federal and state quarantined areas to prevent the spread of invasive forest pest species. Pests targeted in North Carolina’s quarantined areas include – but are not limited to – European gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar), emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis), walnut twig beetle (Pityophthorus juglandis), and the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta). Firewood cannot be brought from a quarantined county into an unquarantined county within the state of North Carolina. Great Smoky Mountain National Park prohibits untreated firewood from entering the park. The Blue Ridge Parkway requires firewood to be bundled and certified if brought into the park, or campers may also collect dead and down wood from within the park. Regardless of your area’s quarantine status, the state of North Carolina urges users of firewood to purchase and use locally. All these measures are designed to prevent the introduction and/or spread of invasive forest pest species within North Carolina and neighboring states. This summary is accurate to the best of DMF staff abilities as of 8 January 2018

Please respect our great forests and buy/burn locally. We all have to work together to protect them or they will not be here for future generations to enjoy. Call the campground with any questions.
~ Kenny & Marla

ADA 508 Compliance Statement

ADA 508 Compliance Statement

We strive to make our website accessible to persons of all abilities and maintain due diligence with ADA standards. We will attempt to conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines put forth by the World Wide Web Consortium as time and budget allow.

What Are We Doing?
We have recently completed a review of the site to identify non-compliant elements and are working to bring them into compliance.

During the first quarter of 2019, we completed the following tasks:

  • Identifying the site’s language in header code
  • Fixing all images in pages and posts providing descriptions
  • Fixing Redundant links
  • Fixing Empty links
  • Fixing Button text and other anchor texts
  • Checking and adding labels to form fields
  • Improving form validation by displaying an on-page message that describes how many
    errors there were in the page.
  • Adding aria-described by attributes and improved fields instructions
  • Fixing Headings and Logical Order
  • Fixing Contrast ratio

We will continue to review our site to insure we are providing our visitors an easy to use website experience. Again, should you see anything that you believe will help people with disabilities to use our website please use the contact information so we may review the issue.

Our efforts are ongoing as ADA standards and guidelines may change, or we may find additional items that need to be compliant.