Appalachian Farm Pond Campground & Glamping Trailer
Appalachian Pond Campground
Welcome to our new private campground nestled in a tranquil cove of western North Carolina on the most private and secluded property that still exists; surrounded by wilderness and overlooking the pond. This is the most unique and fascinating place on earth to spend some time here in the Great Smoky Mountains. If you are looking for peaceful sounds of nature in the wilderness, listening to the water, the best days of fun and the best nights sleep you will ever have, come stay here and enjoy!
We offer a pond cottage, a glamping trailer and 10 beautiful tent sites.
Pond: The pond is made up of 13 artesian springs in the bottom which constantly feed the pond including clean spring water from the mountain. There are fish in the pond: bass, brim & catfish (catch & release only.) The pond is nestled in the cove surrounded only by woods & nature.
What accommodations do you have on property??
*Our Pond Cottage is our premier rental which sleeps 4 and has all amenities: full equipped kitchen, full bathroom, WIFI, flat screens, private bedroom, comfortable futon bed in living room, gas fireplace, huge living room windows with wonderful view, great porch overlooking the pond, picnic table, firepit, bbq grill and private parking.
What other accommodations??
*Glamping trailer/ AKA “The Red Roof Inn” sleeps 4 and features double master bed, double bed up above in the gooseneck, perfect for kids or another couple, WIFI, refrigerator, microwave, canopy front porch with outside table, firepit and bbq grill all overlooking the pond with full use of shower house.
*WE also offer 10 tent campsites in the woods: 3 sites are large enough to accommodate group camping. All campsites are within 200 ft. from the shower house. Some of our tent sites overlook the pond and some have a running brook. *Make sure to bring flash lights and what you need to cook on your campfire with, pots, pans, etc.
Can you drive to the campsites?
You drive close to the campsites, unload your gear and park vehicle in designated parking area. All campsites have fire pits. Fire wood is available from camp host.
What is there to do in the area?
There are so many attractions in this area: Hiking, fishing, waterfalls, whitewater rafting, viewing wildlife, shopping, great restaurants, festivals, local attractions such as: Wheels Through Time Museum, Maggie Valley, Cherokee, Biltmore House and Gardens.