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Linville Falls Campground - MP 316.4

This campground has 50 tent and 20 RV sites which sit on the banks of the Linville River. It is the Parkway’s smallest, most popular campground and the only developed site on the Parkway that allows group camping. For more information, call (828) 765-6082.

Reservations can be made for portions of this campground online at www.RECREATION.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

Linville Falls Visitor Center (MP 317.8) hosts 350,000 visitors annually. Linville Falls is probably the most famous waterfall in the Blue Ridge.

Area hikes include: Flat Rock, Camp Creek, River Bend, Duggers Creek, and Linville River Bridge Trails

Highlights

  • Campground
  • Nearby trails
  • Visitor Center (MP 317.8)
  • Linville Falls Spur Road
  • Picnic area

This campground has 50 tent and 20 RV sites which sit on the banks of the Linville River. It is the Parkway’s smallest, most popular campground and the only developed site on the Parkway that allows group camping. For more information, call (828) 765-6082.

Reservations can be made for portions of this campground online at www.RECREATION.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

Linville Falls Visitor Center (MP 317.8) hosts 350,000 visitors annually. Linville Falls is probably the most famous waterfall in the Blue Ridge.

Area hikes include: Flat Rock, Camp Creek, River Bend, Duggers Creek, and Linville River Bridge Trails

Highlights

  • Campground
  • Nearby trails
  • Visitor Center (MP 317.8)
  • Linville Falls Spur Road
  • Picnic area

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