Welcome To The Camp – Your Mountain Getaway for Corporate Retreats, Family Reunions, Weddings, and Parties
Something magical happens when you come to The Camp: you never want to leave. If you’re planning a gathering and need a unique location that can accommodate up to 162 guests, with enough indoor and outdoor space to entertain a crowd, The Camp has exactly what you’ve been looking for in a property. The Camp is a 150-acre gated estate featuring spectacular 360-degree views of Hickory Nut Gorge and a variety of settings for weddings, family reunions, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays, conferences, bar or bat mitzvahs, corporate team-building retreats, or social meetups.
The Camp is the ultimate North Carolina mountain vacation rental and wedding venue, located thirty-five minutes from Asheville in Bat Cave. The Camp is comprised of four luxury homes and endless recreational and practical amenities, making it the perfect, pet-friendly place for large gatherings, especially multifamily getaways, boasting a multitude of activities for guests of all ages.
The Camp has everything you need for your event, including four luxury residences and several rustic bunks with a combined sleeping capacity of up to 162 people, a 5,000 square-foot social hall, a full-sized gymnasium with a basketball court that serves as an amazing dance floor for parties, a heated pool, an amusement-park worthy water slide, and all the comforts you’d expect from a five-star resort. Reconnect, relax, and make memories amidst the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains at The Camp.
The Camp in the news
Joe Lasher Jr. “Eyes” (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) filmed at The Camp
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Asheville: No.1 destination in the country – chosen by Frommer Travel Guide
“Good Morning America” ushered in the new year with a Jan. 1 segment touting Asheville as the No. 1 destination in the country to visit in 2015.
“It’s an amazing place. It’s really coming into its own. It’s a glorious natural setting,” said Pauline Frommer, editorial director of the popular Frommer travel guide. She went on to promote the area’s thriving craft beer scene to the national audience.
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