The 20 acre Park is on both sides of Mineral Springs Creek
and adjoins the Historic Mineral Springs. We are located just outside the
Blue Ridge city limits, less than a mile from the center of town, and the
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway. 5 acres on one side of the creek are devoted
to RV camping. On the other side are 3 acres of RV sites where you pay
your own utilities and they rent for $150 per month. These sites are also
for sale. And the remaining 12 acres are for tent camping.
The Park opened September, 2003. At the present we have
34 graveled RV sites. All sites have City water and sewer, and 20, 30 and
50 amp service. In addition all sites have Cable TV, and telephone
available from the utility companies (for long term campers) . We are
open all year, and owner/manager lives onsite. We cater to long term
campers, and winter storage is available in your regular site.
There are 12 acres where you can camp anywhere you like.
Sites have not been set up. A lot of good locations are next to the Parks
private road. Others require a 4-wheel drive vehicle. Lots of free
firewood on the ground. All facilities are included for $7.50 per person
per day. See Park Fees for weekly/monthly/yearly rates.
Our facilities include:
20 by 40 swimming pool that is heated by solar panels
during the season from mid-April to September
clean heated restrooms, with on demand hot water heater
for all the hot showers you want to take
pavilion for social gatherings
large stainless steel propane grill for guests use
large stainless steel smoker
picnic tables & horseshoes
fire rings & firewood
pets welcome--must be on leash, and you have to clean up
Three Mineral Springs containing magnesium, iron, and
sulfur were discovered in the early 1900s. Tourist would come from
Atlanta on the train, to partake of these "Healing Waters." For more
information, click on "Historic Mineral Springs".
Be sure to take time to visit all of the shops in Blue
Ridge. There are a lot of shops and it will take some time for you to see
them all. The railroad station is a must see, along with taking a ride
on the train. Click on the Chamber of Commerce and the Blue Ridge Scenic
Railway for details.