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Buck Creek Campground is located at the base of Mt. Mitchell and is situated within a natural setting nestled between a trout stream and meadow. The campground features creek-side sites, large pull-thrus with 50 amp, bathhouse with newly tiled hot showers, free cable TV, new laundry facilities and swimming/tubing in Buck Creek. A large level driving range has a state-of-the-art lighting system, well marked at 50 yard intervals and offers mats or grass tees with convenient bag stands.

Location: 2576 Tom's Creek Road, Marion North Carolina 28752 Telephone 828-724-4888

Other RV campgrounds and dealers nearby:
(Asheville) Asheville's Bear Creek RV Park and Campground
(Marion) Buck Creek Campground
(Plumtree) Buck Hill Campground
(Black Mountain) Camp Timberlake for Boys
(Asheville) Campfire Lodgings
(Bat Cave) Creekside Mountain Camping

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