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147 Visit koa.com 321 321 321 421 421 421 105 221 194N Blowing Rock Blue Ridge Pkwy. Elizabeth, TN Mtn. City, TN Linville Beech Grandfather Mtn. Boone Ray Brown Rd. Wilkesboro ® 19 23 74 40 Exxon Days Inn Wiggins Rd. BP Station Truck Stop Take Exit 37 Take Exit 37 ® 70 40 40 26 Black Mtn. Exit 59 Swannanoa Atlanta & Hendersonville Knoxville ASHEVILLE VA Hospital ® B l u e R i d g e P k w y . 3 Boone For a real high, stay overnight at the Boone KOA, the highest KOA east of the Mississippi at an altitude of nearly 4,000 feet. Nature and comfort meet here, a spot with long pull thrus under tall trees, a pool, arcade games and even a farm animal mini zoo, all set atop a scenic mountain just 4 miles from city services. Come experience KOA's peaceful country setting and cool mountain breezes. The average summer temperature is 73 degrees. Hike miles of footpaths on rugged Grandfather Mountain, the highest peak in the Blue Ridge Range. Drive the Blue Ridge Parkway, which winds mere minutes from your campsite. About 9 miles from this KOA is the New River, where you can go tubing or canoeing. The topography and scenery will delight even the most intrepid cyclists: Lance Armstrong trained on the back roads of the Boone area. Pool: Memorial Wknd– Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 60 ft. Your hosts: the Harmon family. Easy access from Blue Ridge Parkway on US 321 or 421. From Boone 194N 3 mi, turn left on Ray Brown Rd 1 mi. GPS address: Please use 1258 Ray Brown Rd. May 1 — October 31 koa.com/camp/boone RESERVATIONS 800-562-2806 • INFO 828-264-7250 123 Harmony Mountain Lane, Boone, NC 28607 2 Asheville West Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky mountains, this KOA welcomes you to its tree-covered campground surrounded by stunning views of the mountains. Wake to cool dawn breezes and hot cofee. Walk KOA's wooded trails, or visit the numerous and fantastic places in the surrounding area. Check out historic Asheville and its microbreweries, music, art, local food and the majestic Biltmore Estate. Run the rapids on a nearby river, mine for semiprecious stones, trek along the Blue Ridge Parkway or explore the national forest and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Chimney Rock, Cradle of Forestry and many waterfalls are a short distance away as well. Whether you are staying for a few days, a week or an extended period of time, the possibilities for adventure are endless. Everyone at the Asheville West KOA loves the area—and they want you to enjoy it too! Pool: May 8– Sept. 14. Max pull thru: 65 ft. Your hosts: the Nance and Polasky families. Take I-40 12 miles west of Asheville to Exit 37. E'bnd take three rights. W'bnd take a left and two rights, 1/2 mile from exit. Follow directions, not GPS. OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/asheville-west RESERVATIONS 800-562-9015 • INFO 828-665-7015 309 Wiggins Road, Candler, NC 28715 1 Asheville East Whether you're looking for a peaceful weekend in the mountains or an extended stay in western North Carolina, this KOA is the perfect choice. Head for the city sights of historic Asheville (just 14 minutes away) and tour the famous Biltmore House or shop at the brand-new outlet mall. Take a scenic drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway and enjoy the breathtaking views. Or you can hike one of the numerous trails to check out the views and even waterfalls. Perhaps you'd prefer to simply relax and stay at your campsite and fsh in one of KOA's two lakes. Your kids will love tubing and splashing in the Swannanoa River, which winds its way through the middle of the campground. Other on-site activities include paddleboats, a swimming pool, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes and cornhole. Pool: May 8–Sept. 13. Max pull thru: 70 ft. I-40 10 miles east of Asheville. Exit 59 go north 1 block to signal (US 70), turn right, go 2 miles. OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/asheville-east RESERVATIONS 800-562-5907 • INFO 828-686-3121 2708 US 70 Highway, Swannanoa, NC 28778 North Carolina

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