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My troop stayed in the B/C group sites. This was a beautiful campground. Be aware you will have to drive through a creek (well over ankle, but not to my knees deep when we visited) to access the b/c group sites. Group site A does...More
Great weekend for hiking and relaxing. We hiked an 11 mile loop up Kinsey Creek to Standing Indian (on the AT) and then back down Long Trail. We had site 71 and was disappointed to find it connected to site 70. Any other campsite on...More
We were at Standing Indian around April 19. Nice campground! Most of the sites backed up to the creek and the sound of rushing water was very soothing. The sites are primitive -- no hook-ups -- but that's fine with us. We were looking for...More
The wife and I spent a lovely week at SIC. We brought a trailer but there are NO hookups. I was a first time trailer puller and had difficulty backing into Site 16 in Loop 1 so we spent the week in Site 3. We...More
My family of four had a wonderful time camping and hiking around Standing Indian campground. It was a fantastic off the grid experience. It was pretty cold, but we had a fire and tons of warm blankets. We are looking forward to camping here again.
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I wish I could be more help, but the info below seems to answer your question. You can also contact the Nantahala National Forest office in Franklin NC---although I always have a difficult time getting someone to answer, so... More
I wish I could be more help, but the info below seems to answer your question. You can also contact the Nantahala National Forest office in Franklin NC---although I always have a difficult time getting someone to answer, so you may need to leave a message.