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Spruce Pine, NC

Hellbender Hollar Campsite at Riversong by Tentrr

Official Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.Hellbender Hollar is situated on the bank of White Oak Creek, a minute walk under the rhododendrons to the N. Toe River to which you have private access. These pristine waters host a breeding population of Hellbenders, as well as trophy-sized Brown and native Brook trout. Your senses will be overwhelmed with the refreshing, Earthy-coniferous smell of the forest and the sound of the bubbling creek right by your tent and fire pit. Imagine falling into a restorative sleep to the music of the rushing waters. Wake up refreshed and stroll down to the private bank to take a dip, cast in a line or launch kayaks on the river. Among the extras we offer is a Finnish-style sauna experience (perfect for relaxing after a day of hiking). Other than our home (which you can make out through the dense understory) there really isn't much of any one else around. But you may see otters, beavers and Bald Eagles among other wildlife. We're also the perfect jumping-off point for exploring all that the North Carolina High Country has to offer. Things to do nearby: Hike Elk River Falls, Linville Falls, Roan Mountain40 minutes to Grandfather Mountain, Banner Elk (Home of the Wooly Worm Festival) and the Ski Slopes at Sugar MountainRelax at Linville Falls Winery or Bierdock Craft Brewery in downtown Spruce Pine (both 15 minutes away) 20 minutes to the Blue Ridge Parkway at the Museum of North Carolina Minerals at Gillespie Gap (Milepost 331) 30 minutes to Emerald Village, a gem, mining, and historical attractionA little over an hour to Asheville; 75 minutes to Mt. Mitchell; 90 Minutes to Wilkesboro (home of Merlefest)We have four friendly dogs who enjoy the woods. Well-behaved canines (UTD on vaccines) are welcome and we have food and water bowls at the campsite. There are laying hens and a feral cat colony (all neutered) on our property and lots of wildlife, so this might not be the best place for a dog with high prey drive. The campsite is also well-appointed: aside from many amenities listed elsewhere, we also provide a seasoned Dutch oven (with single-use liners), skewers for roasting hotdogs or marshmallows and two army-style cots.

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