Did you know roughly 1 million Americans live in recreational vehicles (RVs) full-time? The hashtag #vanlife has been used ~6 million times on Instagram, and RV ownership for travel is on the rise as well — 9 million are parked in driveways across the country.
Good news: Campspot just launched a mobile app to help RVers, campers, and glampers (if your “outdoors” is more indoors) discover campgrounds, RV parks, cabin rentals + hiking trails. Their website has nearly 1,000 campgrounds with 110,000+ campsites to choose from, offering users convenient access to TripAdvisor reviews, park maps, and park features all in one spot. With locations across the US + Canada, Campspot makes it easy to book instantly + snag the guaranteed lowest price.
Where to go in AVL:
Out of the many Asheville campgrounds you can find on Campspot, here are 3 that caught our eye:
This park, right on the French Broad River, is perfect for those water-inclined campers looking to canoe + kayak. Bonus: It’s also located within close proximity to downtown Asheville. Read: Perfect for relatives visiting from out of town.
With RV sites, tent camping, and cozy cabin rentals available, there are plenty of places to see + things to do, from enjoying the nearby hiking and biking trails at Montreat to exploring Biltmore Estate, just minutes away.
Its name speaks for itself. For those ready to explore the Pisgah National Forest, this campground is a jackpot for numerous waterfalls, fly fishing spots, plus hiking + mountain biking trails.
Located 1 hour from Asheville, this is a popular spot for families with amenities like an interactive water playground with slides and a swimming pool, hiking and biking trails, sports courts, laser tag, arts and crafts, a jump pad and more.