Planning for a weekend getaway with your friends or a long family vacation on wheels? Look no further! Complete your reservation at the new, family-owned Big Mike's Creekside RV Resort for a memorable, fun-filled adventure in the heart of nature. Located in Newland, North Carolina (Avery County).
Our four-season climate makes vacationing here pleasurable at any time of year. Relax with your family, friends, and dogs or get a bite to eat at one of the restaurants within walking distance or a short drive. In the spring and summer, play golf at Mountain Glen Golf Course or trek Grandfather Mountain. In the winter, go skiing or snowboarding at Sugar Mountain or Beech Mountain. Take a trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway and stop along the route to enjoy various hikes.
You may relax on the grounds by lounging on the large porch area or playing games and cards in our brand new clubhouse and coffee shop. We will soon have an ice cream shop. Play some games in our communal grounds area, or simply relax by the community bonfire with family and friends. And on warmer days, take a float along the creek beneath the trees.
Spend quality time with your loved ones in your RV or enjoy fishing in our trout stream. From camping to the clubhouse, our spacious RV community offers a wide array of indoor and outdoor recreational opportunities for your entire family.
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Trails around the Linville Falls Visitor Center provide both challenging and moderate walks to the stunning three-tiered Linville Falls across the Linville Gorge. The Gorge's high walls have earned it the moniker "Grand Canyon of the Southern Appalachians." Every year, 350,000 people visit the Linville Falls Visitor Center (MP 316.4). Linville Falls is the most well-known waterfall in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Grandfather Mountain, which climbs 5,946 feet over northwest North Carolina, is a location of incredible biodiversity and spectacular splendor. The mountain, which is part of the United Nations' Southern Appalachian Biosphere Reserve, is thought to be 300 million years old, with some rock formations dating back 1.2 billion years.
Linville Caverns, located near the southern entryway to western North Carolina's High Country area, is a wonderful location for tourists of all ages. The grandeur of our mountains may be seen within Humpback Mountain, and tourists are welcome to discover the majesty and miracles produced by nature "within a mountain."
Every year, millions of people visit the Blue Ridge Parkway. Some see it as nothing more than a highway or a lovely journey. However, the Parkway also has a diverse and important natural resource base. The Blue Ridge Parkway, which runs across the southern and central Appalachians, provides an excellent view of the region's vegetation and animals. It is famous across the world for its biodiversity.
Wiseman's View on the western side of Linville Gorge offers one of the most breathtaking vistas in the North Carolina mountains (often called the "Grand Canyon of Eastern America"). At roughly 3,400 feet elevation, there are two stone viewing places situated on the rock.
Did you know that "North Carolina's Oldest Travel Attraction" is nestled between other, more well-known attractions? Perhaps you do because you've been here before. You may have visited without realizing the mysterious history of the location. "The only site in the world where snow falls upside down," according to Ripley's Believe It Or Not.
Christa's will undoubtedly remind you of a bygone era's rural shop. A location that greets you with warm, smiling faces; cuisine that will warm your heart, soul, and stomach; and, as the name says, a store with a broad range of jellies, jams, preserves, honey, sauces, and more!