Lost Mine Campground
1000 Silvermine Road
Bryson City, North Carolina
Number of Sites: 52
Tents Allowed: Yes
About: Lost Mine Campground offers quiet tent and pop-up camping. We are minutes away from all the all the great activities the area has to offer including white water rafting, fly fishing, horseback riding, swimming, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, and more.
Our campground offers wooded sites with most along the creek, fireplaces, firewood and ice, picnic tables, clean restrooms with hot showers and flush toilets, and water and electricity at some sites. Our recreation area includes ping-pong, a basketball court, volleyball, tether ball, and a playground with swings.
-30/50 Amp Service
-Pull Thru Sites
From East (Bryson City, NC): Follow Highway 74 west towards Andrews, NC. (The road will narrow from 4 lanes into 2 lanes.) Turn left onto Silvermine Road just before Nantahala Outdoor Center Information Office. We are 1 mile up Silvermine Road on the right.
From West (Andrews, NC): Follow Highway 74 east towards Bryson City, NC. Turn right onto Silvermine Road immediately after the Nantahala Outdoor Center Information Office. We are 1 mile up Silvermine Road on the right.
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After spending all afternoon setting up a great campsite for my two daughters and me for what we beleived was a two night stay in Lost Mine Campground and the girls first camping experience we had a great camp supper and turned in well before the manditory quiet time to rest up for our morning rafting trip on the Nantahala. The next morning I was greated outside the bathroom by the owner (Ann) and to my surprise she informed me that she was under the impression that our reservation was for one night only and that we would need to ...
One of my favorite places
I have stayed at the Lost Mine Campground several times over the years. The place is GORGEOUS! A stream runs through the property and creates the nicest background. All of the sites are fantastic but there are a few that are really spectacular with your own private water fall. The owner, Ann couldn't be nicer. Even though I only go every few years she always remembers me. I love it when she stops by in the morning for coffee. She tells fantastic stories and makes me laugh hysterically. I can't wait for my next visit. Ann is not a warm-fuzzy ...
Nice campground rude owner
This is a centrally located campground to Tsali, Nantahala, and the AT. They have strict rules which I can appreciate especially as it pertains to noise. The owner, Ann is one of the rudest individuals I have met and she had a negative impact on my weekend. I am in my late 30's and do what I can to be as pleasant as possible. As soon as we arrived Ann was rude to us and it did not stop until we left. I am not sure if it was because we were a group of ...
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