RV and Camping Guide to Henderson County in the Western North Carolina Mountains
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Hendersonville, Flat Rock and Henderson County
Western North Carolina Mountains

Hendersonville • Village of Flat Rock • Henderson County

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

North Mills

Facilities: Picnics, fishing and hiking, restrooms available.

Season: Year round.

Directions: From Asheville, I-26 to exit 2, NC 191, go south for 13.3 miles, turn right on 134, go 5 miles.


Lake Powhatan

Facilities: Picnics, swimming, fishing and hiking, restrooms available.

Season: April 1st to October 31st.

Directions: From Asheville, I-26 to exit 2, NC 191, go south for 4 miles, turn right on FR 806, go 3.5 miles.


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