RV and Camping Guide to Clay County in the Western North Carolina Mountains
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Hayesville, Brasstown, Tusquitee Valley, Warne and Clay County
Western North Carolina Mountains

Visit Hayesville • Brasstown • Tusquitee Valley • Warne • Clay County

Check out our North Carolina State Parks and Nantahala National Forest Service

Jack Rabbit

Facilities: Swimming beach at Lake Chatuge, popular for watersports, hot showers, picnic shelters.

Directions: From Hayesville, take US 64 east for 6.2 miles, turn right on NC 175 for 2.5 miles, turn right on SR 1155


Bristol Horse Camp

Facilities: Fishing, hiking and horseback riding, restrooms available. .

Season: Open all year.

Directions: From Hayesville, take SR 1301 for 3 miles to SR 1300, then go 5.7 miles to SR 1344 (FR 340). Follow signs.


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