Boone KOA Campground

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

    Steels Creek & Burnthouse Branch Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... in Morganton and headed north on NC-181. In about 17 miles, we turned left on Forest Road 228 and proceeded to the end. Although this road seemed pretty remote, there were a lot of people camping at the spots near the end. After parking, we got our stuff ready and started hiking the Steels Creek Trail (#237). The trail was a continuation of the road for about a quarter-mile to a nice swimming hole below ...

    Independence Weekend Trip to Gragg Prong

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... We relaxed at the campsite for a little bit, then headed into Boone and had dinner at Coyote Kitchen. Josh had gone to school at Appalachian State and was very familiar with the Boone area, so he suggested this restaurant. The food was very good and they had a nice outdoor seating area, so the dogs could join us. After dinner, we headed back to camp and managed to find quite a bit of firewood and built a nice fire when the sun ...

    Burnthouse Branch Falls Attempt

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 26, 2014

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    ... road for a little bit over a half-mile. Then it became more of a hiking trail, somewhat overgrown, but easy to follow. After a mile or so, the trail become more narrow and steep as it hugged the ridgeline above Upper Creek. It was still pretty easy to follow though and there was some marking tape along the way. When we had gone about 2 miles, the trail mostly ended and the flagging tape indicated that we needed to go down. This bushwhack ...

    More Waterfalls in Wilson Creek

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on May 25, 2014

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    ... was extremely cold and although the water looked inviting, I didn’t have a swimsuit or a towel, and the water was too cold for me anyways. After that, we climbed back up to the trail and went towards the top. A thick rope allows visitors to rappel down to the middle of the waterfall. As we were getting ready to go down, another couple with a boxer were also getting ready to go down. The woman went down first and the dog ...

    Blue Ridge Parkway - North Carolina

    A travel blog entry by samandylan on May 20, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... North Carolina.  This part of the Appalachian Mountains is Typical "Moonshine" Country with many historic sights and things to see and do. The Mountain backroads were beautiful with all the towns, creeks and rivers teaming with civilisation and activity. There were amazing mountain homes with Redneck Trucks and Rocking Chairs, stone and log cabins, old bridges and Giant Mansions ovlerlooking the countryside. What we didnt expect to see was the amount of golf resorts and ...