Taps RV Park

5 out of 5 based on 5 ratings.

1325 Tunnel Rd
Asheville, NC
GPS Coords: 35.584, -82.4696
Phone: 800-831-4385
www.ashevilletapsrvpark.com/

Taps RV Park
5 out of 5 based on 5 ratings.
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RV Park Details

RV Park Open Dates:

01/01 through 12/31

Features

  • RV Storage
  • Wifi

Activities

  • Fishing
  • Horseshoes
  • Playground

RV Site Details

Number of RV Sites:

33

Rate Information

This campground has not provided RV Rate details.

RV Clubs

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Reviews for Taps RV Park

5 reviews for this RV park

  1. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    July 12, 2011
    Stayed at this park 4 weeks and would not hesitate to return and probably will. The owners are extremely helpful. Location is easy on/off to any place you wish to visit in the surrounding areas.
  2. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    October 31, 2007
    OK place to stay. Owner was terrific, but roads are tight and hard to get into site. He has tow cars and trucks parked in front of the spaces, so turning to get into a space is almost impossible. Train can be noisy, but they seem to stop at night, so sleeping was not a problem. Close to the VA Hospital, if that is a concern. Cute little patio with a tree and privacy screen is a nice touch. Really, it is just a place to lay your head if you are sight seeing, otherwise, stay at the one on top of the mountain.
  3. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    October 26, 2007
    The site was small and cramped,and there is not much space between each site. The wifi worked ok, it was hanging from an extension cord in a tree. While the sites are pull-thru, you have to unhook a tow vehicle before going to your site. We stayed here for one night so that we could visit Biltmore Estate. The host was nice and helpful. The host is on-site 24/7.
  4. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    June 27, 2007
    Stayed for a few nights. Helpful owners. Smallish but level sites. Good WIFI signal, even at end of park. No fault of the owners, but regular train traffic a few hundred feet away across the river.
  5. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    June 23, 2007
    Was a first time full-time camper. Stayed just one week less than a full year. Bill and family took care of me like family. Friendly from the first contact to the last. Bill taught me so much. Several others were long term as well but many "in and outers". Close to town and all attractions. Made lots of friends w/ other visitors. Willing to return any time.

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