Overview

Location
Address: 3042 Frank Pkwy, Roaring Gap, North Carolina 28668
GPS: 36.381157, -81.024295
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Local Directions: From I-77 North, take Exit #83/Hwy 21 North/Sparta/Roaring Gap (you will exit from the left lane). Go North about 13 miles to Traphill Road (State Road 1002), (you will see a brown state park sign) and turn left. Go about 4 miles to John P Frank Parkway (you will see a brown state park sign) and turn right. This road will bring you into the park. From I-77 South, take Exit #85/Hwy 268. Turn right onto Hwy 268 West, go one mile and turn right onto Hwy 21 North. Go North about 12 miles to Traphill Road/State Road 1002, (you will see a brown state park sign) and turn left. Go about 4 miles to John P Frank Parkway (you will see a brown state park sign) and turn right. This road will bring you into the park.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-336-957-8185
Toll Free Phone: 1-877-722-6762
Website: http://www.ncparks.gov/Visit/p...
Email: stone.mountain@ncdenr.gov

Open
All year
  Sites
88 RV Sites, 88 Tent Sites, 4 Group Sites, 6 Backpacking Sites, 41 50 Amps, 41 Electric and Water, 57 No Hookup

Rates
Daily Rates: $13.00 - $25.00

Facilities & Services
Dump Station, Hot Showers, Laundry, Restrooms

Recreation
Fishing, Hiking

Policies
Pets Welcome

Restrictions
Max RV Length 95 ft
 
Description
Group site - up to 25 people per site ($48/night/site)
Sites
Total Sites98
RV Sites88
   
Tent Sites88
Group Sites4
   
Backpacking Sites6
Max RV Length95 ft
Electric and Water (41)No Hookup (57)
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None
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Sites
Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
Controlled Access Gate  
Dump Station  
Firewood  
Flush Toilets  
Handicap Facilities  
Hot Showers  
Laundry  
Pay Phone  
Restrooms  
Recreation
  Hours Description Fees
Bird Watching   Scarlet tanager, whippoorwill, ruffed grouse, turkey and pileated woodpecker
Fishing   Rainbow, brown and brook trout
Hiking  
Pavilion  
Wildlife Watching   Box turtles, gray and red foxes, bobcats, raccoons and white-tailed deer
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Reviews
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Beautiful state park
Stephen G
Silver
September 21, 2011
Most of NC's state parks are beautiful but for me, Stone Mountain is the best. The sights are lovely and it's close to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Lots of opportunities to find and view wildlife, and there are tons of trout in the streams. Hiking here is a pleasure. As for the sites, they are probably the biggest I've ever seen in any RV park. Big rigs can fit easily in these sites and with room to spare. They've only got electric and water hookups, no sewer, cable TV or internet, but that's perfectly fine. The place is clean and very well-kept. It's really beautiful here.

We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
 
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