Bear Creek RV Park & Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBear Creek RV Park & Campground Asheville
What a view. Nice owners, road in a little narrow, but doable. Sites paved, with concrete patios. Picnic table provided. Cable good. WiFi available.
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Friday morning 4 April we left the RV Park for our last group outing to Biltmore Estate. When we arrived we were given an audio guide for our self-guided tour. As you can tell from our photos it was a cloudy day and it even rained for a short time, but didn't interfere with our tour of the house.
In 1888 George W. Vanderbilt made a visit …
Today started slowly. We had a 10am appointment to get the coach weighed, then we started out. The weighing turned out better than I thought it would. we are well within our limits. A little heavy on the passenger's side rear, but not much, so right now we're not changing anything, other than maybe buy some more stuff and put it on the driver's …
Spent the day at the Biltmore Estate. This is the Vanderbilt's 179,000 sq. ft. estate. It was started in 1889 and completed in Dec, 1895. It is unbelievable.
We we then did a little wine tasting at the estate, and then headed to the campground.
Heading to the Smokey Mountains tomorrow. We will see how far we can get with the government shutdown......arrrrrr.
... picture tells a story, then every one of these buildings could most likely write a book. Makes me want to get a bit more proficient with my picture-taking skills and do some capturing on film.
And as I drove down the highway, especially in Virginia, the dark brown road signs of the park service were plentiful, announcing the nearby presence of some tangible piece of American history. It amazes me, to look at the terrain -- steep hilly and dense with ...
... As expected, there were old worn warehouses which artists had occupied and set up shop. They left the commercialism behind and focused on the art. It was wonderful to see them at work! Nellie got to go with us on our adventure to Chimney Rock & Lake Lure. She bounded up 26 flights of steps only stopping to allow us to catch our breath! The views were spectacular from the top. We then took a path to the ...