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Came in for wedding this past weekend for 2 nights and as always Honey Bear Campground has helpful staff, decent campsites, and is close to Boone and Blowing Rock. Our first campsite was not level AT ALL (do not book B-17) and after an hour...More
Response from HoneyBearManagement, Manager at Honey Bear CampgroundResponded 2 days ago
We are glad to hear you had a good experience with the staff and were able to get a more level site for you. We're sorry to hear that people were loud past quiet hours! For future reference, we always keep a number...More
This was our 6th year visiting Honey Bear, again, we had a great time. I have to say that I do wish campers would chill out a bit on all the alcoholic beverages, this is a family campground!!! Other than that, we love it there...More
Staying in the cabin at Honey Bear Campground was one of the best experiences I had staying in North Carolina. The site, with its porch swing and nearby small crick, is so beautiful. At night I'd sit on the swing and listen to the sound...More
We have been to honeybear campground many times over the last ten to fifteen years. Our visits were always to enjoy the mountain setting and wonderful privacy.
We returned today after a three night stay.
We were saddened to see the conditions have not improved...More
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Response from HBC0812, Manager at Honey Bear CampgroundResponded 12 June 2017
Thanks for taking the time to review our campground. We appreciate feedback of all kinds. Allow me to address a few of the issues you mentioned:
1. Parking pads not level: This is a fair assessment, and we do apologize that your site...More
We have crossed the country 4 times and this is one of the best campgrounds! Our site was on the creek and had a picnic table and fire pit. The site was even and heavily wooded. It felt like we were in the wilderness for...More