Sunday, June 30, 2013

Blackberry Blossom Campground

Looking to get away from it all? Want to get back to nature? At the Blackberry Blossom Campground, they will furnish and completely set up a tent for you. Or, of course, you can bring your own. Each campsite includes fire ring, cooking grate and picnic table. I like that the campsites are all named after friends or family, each with its own unique layout. They're in beautiful locations on the property and offer lots of privacy. And while the tent sites are rustic, there's a bathhouse with hot water and showers and a camp kitchen with sink. The camp store is decked out with everything you'd need on your getaway and lots more.
The owners, Ed and Janice, moved to the mountains in 1999 in an effort to live a more simple life. And they love to share this simple life with visitors. Click here for a map of their property and their campsites. Reservations are required, so be sure to call ahead.

Click here to visit their Facebook Page and 'like' them to keep up with their special events which include picnics, dinners and concerts.

For directions, click here to see a Google map.  The campground is in a prime location for outdoor adventures with hiking trails on the property and with lots of amazing destinations close by, including Unaka Mountain, Red Fork Falls, Limestone Cove Trail, and Iron Mountain Gap (with access to the Appalachian Trail).

1 comment:

  1. I've stayed at Ed and Janice's Blackberry Blossom Campground and let me tell you, there's no place else to find this kind of relaxed! They tote all your gear to your site, and have extras of almost anything you could possibly need should you forget something important. With fresh coffee and lots of goodies in the camp store, you'll want to claim one of the rockers and stay a while.


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