MOUNT PISGAH CAMPGROUND (NC)

GPS: 35.4027778, -82.7566667
Milepost 408.8
Balsam Gap, NC
(828) 648-2644

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3 nights on campsite #A12
at $10.00* per night

* = Lifetime Senior Pass discount


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scenery Many wonderful overlooks within two miles
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privacy Sites very close together
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cell signal Just outside the campground at the Pisgah Inn
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campsite size We squeezed in to one of the larger ones
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table/fire ring On every site
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showers In two of the four loops bathrooms
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bathrooms On every loop with clean and flush toilets
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security None at night but ranger on gate during the day
1-2-3-4-5 wildlife Not much here but squirrels and chipmunks
1-2-3-4-5 quiet nights Very quiet
1-2-3-4-5 park staff Friendly and helpful
1-2-3-4-5 activities many hiking trails and do visit The Pisgah Inn across the street


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2 comments:

  1. re: the Mt Pisgah wildlife- I heard Coyote in the A loop this week 2 mornings...a very unusual howl/yip/scream. Both around 4 AM.
    Back in the 70/80/90's Black Bear were VERY common at Pisgah- haven't seen any in years though.

    Al and Sue

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    1. Hey Al and Sue!
      Guess we didn't hear the coyote because we slept every night with the windows closed to keep warm, plus we are both pretty heavy sleepers. Thanks for the insight about the black bear that were previously seen here, wish we had the good fortune to have seen one on this trip.

      Keep on commenting - Phil & Tricia

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