Laurel Bank Campground
350 Campers Lane
Canton, North Carolina
Number of Sites: 100
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 100
Tents Allowed: Yes
About: Laurel Bank Campground is a seasonal campground with over 100 scenic sites for campers and full hook-ups. Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Laurel Bank Campground is located off of Highway US-276 in Cruso, North Carolina just minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. The campground is adjoined to the pristine waters of the Pigeon River. A trout pond (sorry - no fishing in the pond) and Butters the goat - the camp mascot - are just a few attractions that make Laurel Bank Campground so unique.
We are open from May 1st until October 15th. Rates begin at $20/night, $120/week, or $350/month. Full hook-ups are available and water and electric are included in your stay. Tent sites offer water, electric, picnic tables, and campfire pits. We welcome you to come enjoy the great outdoors with a touch of home within Laurel Bank!
-30/50 Amp Service
-Big Rig Friendly
-Pull Thru Sites
Directions: Located of Hwy US 276, in Cruso, NC.
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Our favorite campground
Laurel banks is our favorite campground, not only is it located close to everything, but Sherry and her sons are the best. They have always bent over backwards to make our stays fun but helped us make plans for different adventures from white water rafting to zip line canopy tours. We have been going to laurel banks for 12 years now and we don't plan on stopping. Look them up on Facebook ( laurel bank campground)
Home away from Home
We stumbled upon this campground in 2009 as we were on a Day trip.. Its a small campground with a BIG HEART!!! We stayed 3 times last year and can't wait for May 1St to get here so we can go back..Sherrie and her Sons are very freindly and make you feel so welcome, we almost feel like Family!!! The Bath Houses are very Clean and have plenty of Hot Water....
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