Riverhouse Acres Campground
Visit Riverhouse Acres Campground for a Great Time
If you want to stay at a unique campground when you are traveling to North Carolina on your next vacation, you are going to want to visit Riverhouse Acres, a campground that is located near Canton. The camp is a quiet and friendly place that has plenty of amenities for those who are traveling with their RVs. The family owned campground is located on a veggie farm. You will be able to visit the park year round too.
Amenities at Riverhouse Acres
The campground features 20 sites along the river, and they have full hookups for RVs with water, sewer and electric. They also have 10 sites for tents. Check in time is after 9AM and checkout time is before 11AM.
The campground has a handicapped accessible bathhouse with 2 full bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms. Fire rings are available at the campground, and will be able to gather at the pavilion. Guests will also be able to go swimming and fishing in the Pigeon River.
Campers will also be able to check out the honeybee farm on the property and learn about the bees and even participate in beekeeping. You will also find a greenhouse on the property in addition to the veggie garden. Travelers will be able to bring their pets with them to the campground, but you must keep them on a leash and clean up after them. Bringing a pet requires a $25 deposit.
How to Reach Riverhouse Acres
If you are coming west on the I-40, take the East Canton exit (Exit 37). Take a left, proceed to the light and turn right. Follow 19/23 into Canton to Route 110. At the river, you turn left and proceed for 5 miles. You will see the campground on your right across from Silver Bluff Village. If you are coming west on the I-40, get off at the Canton exit (Exit 31). Follow Route 215 to US 19/23, turn left and go down 4 traffic lights to Route 110, then follow the proceeding directions from there.
Those coming from Franklin take US441 N to US74 E, take exit 98, turn right and proceed to the light. Turn left and go 5 miles to Pigeon Road. Take a right and follow to Route 110. Follow for 8 miles to Route 110. Take a left and you will find the campground 1/3 miles down on the left.
- Pull Through Sites
- Big Rigs (40+)
- Full Hookups
- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- Cable TV
- Pet Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- Exercise Room
Located in the western part of North Carolina in the Smoky Mountains, you will find quite a few places to visit that are only a short drive away. You have many options available.
Visitors may want to head toward Cherokee, where they will be able to visit the Cherokee Indian Reservation. Others may wish to visit the nearby town of Asheville, where they will be able to go hiking and see Chimney Rock. You will find some great trails in the area. Another option for travelers is to visit the Nantahala Outdoor Center, where they can plan a rafting excursion.