This is my second overnight stay at Uncle Johnny's. I stay here to save money on lodging during my trip to or from Asheville. The first time I stayed here, the cabin was brand new and felt almost like a hotel room. This time, over 5 years later, it has a well used look. The cabin room was dusty, a daddy long leg had taken up residence under the window blind but the bed linens were clean, there was a dresser in the room, along with a small refrigerator, a tv with vcr and tapes, books, a small lamp, a window air conditioner, a portable radiator shaped space heater and an overhead fan with light. The unheated bath house (sinks, toilets, and showers) has separate facilities for men and women. There is hot water. It was 37 degrees F outside when I was there a few days ago. Sitting on a cold toilet seat can send a chill through a body, though. The paths from the cabins to the bath house are well lit. It was quiet, the stars in abundance. Know, too, that a train passes nearby at least a couple of times and the horn is very loud. Can catch one off guard if unaware of it. Otherwise it is quiet with just the refreshing and relaxing sound of the Nolichucky River close by. I like to camp so the roughness and ruggedness of the cabins falls within my expectations. And I loved spending just over $28 for a room. Most importantly, the guys who work here are very helpful and hospitable.