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Mfar1234

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Posted: 06/30/13 02:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anybody know the "highest park" in the Smoky/Blue Ridge Mountains that can accommodate a 40' Motorhome..?

Wanting to get as high as I can for the remaining summer months...

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Raccoon Holler in Glendale Springs, NC is pretty high....right on the parkway.


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P3TC wrote:

Raccoon Holler in Glendale Springs, NC is pretty high....right on the parkway.


PT3C - thanks, will be checking

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We just left black Forrest camp ground in cedar mountain nc. Don't know how hi it was but a very nice family owned an operated cg. Would recommend. We have a 40 ft 5er.

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Meadows of Dan CG in MOD, Virginia is right on the Parkway and pretty high also. We go there in the summer when the heat down here gets a little too oppressive. FHU and big sites on the upper line

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Posted: 07/14/13 07:38pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The KOA in Boone says they are higher than any KOA east of the Mississippi River. They are probably around 3500 ft.

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