White Pines Forest Park has an area of 385-acre Park is the south boundary of the old Chicago-Iowa Trail. History tells us that this was for years the principal route east and west across the northern part or the state. The facilities being provided include: tent camping year-round and can accommodate families, scout troops and other groups of up to 25 people. Visitors can reach to numerous recreation opportunities including: hiking, swimming, and mountain biking, fishing and picnicking, in one of the most scenic areas in the state. The campground lies in Pisgah National Forest at an elevation of 2,600 feet. The surrounding land boasts mile-high peaks, cascading waterfalls and slopes thickly forested with hardwoods. The group camping area is adjacent to Avery Creek and near the beautiful Davidson River.
Picnicking: The forest is known for its hiking and mountain biking trails, several of which are close to the campground. Great trout fishes are being offered in Avery Creek and the Davidson River. For visitors wishing to learn more about the area, interpretive programs may be available upon request.
Camping: There are 14 camping sites in the campground. Some sites have long driveways for parking your large RV while others are much shorter. Furthermost here campsites have a pine needle ground cover, picnic table and fire pit. The campground is thickly forested and is covered throughout whereas many of the campsites away from the road are very cozy.
Other important facilities include: picnic tables, vault toilets, lantern posts, campfire rings with grills and drinking water.
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