Boone KOA Campground

Ray Brown Rd. (Hwy 194), Boone, North Carolina, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Boone

Independence Weekend Trip to Gragg Prong

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

5

... about a mile to the Upper Waterfall on Gragg Prong. Although we had visited this waterfall before, we never had a chance to play in the water. And arriving early, we had the waterfall to ourselves, at least for a little while. We set up along the big area of exposed bedrock, changed into swimsuits, and blew up the inflatable turtle we had picked up from Walmart for just $5. The lowest portion ...

More Waterfalls in Wilson Creek

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

14

... rhododendron blooming along the creek. We rock-hopped across the creek and headed down to the base on the trail. The water level was fairly high and the rocks were wet, so we couldn’t get too far out in the creek, but still managed to get some good photos from the base as well as a couple other points heading back up. We then rock-hopped back across and returned to the car, making our way back to the campground for the night.
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Wilson Creek Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

10

... small drops that end in a huge pool. Although not the most impressive waterfall in the area, the ease of access and abundance of recreational activities make it extremely popular. Above the exposed bedrock, another waterfall tumbled down parallel to Hunt Fish Falls Trail. Although it was very high, the water flow was very light on this one. After we got some pictures from various spots, we continued on Lost Cove ...

North Harper Creek Falls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu

9

We would be staying at Down by the River Campground in Pineola. I generally tend to avoid private campgrounds as they tend to be more crowded, but being a holiday weekend, this was the only one in the area that I could reserve. From Price Park, we headed south on the Blue Ridge Parkway and made a couple of quick stops along the way. First, we stopped at the View Wilson Creek Valley Overlook. The valley ...

Blue Ridge Parkway - North Carolina

A travel blog entry by samandylan

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... The blowing rock is a famous rock formation sitting at about 4000ft absl, which looks like a tiara and overlooks the North Carolina part of the appalacian mountains. There is a legend about a beautiful cherokee indian girl, her farther hid her up there away from the white men, there was an Indian man and he apparently threw himself off the rock and the wind blew him back or something. But basically if you throw a light object over the edge the prevailing winds blow the object back ...

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Location

This campground, located on Ray Brown Rd. (Hwy 194), Boone, is near Wahoo's Adventures, Horn in the West, Mast General Store Old Boone Mercantile, and Boone Golf Club.
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