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Falling Waters Adventure Resort

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10320 US Hwy. 74 West, Bryson City, NC 28713
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Glamping at its best, luxurious camping in a wooded setting. Eight Yurt Cabins furnished with queen beds and futons, all linens, mini-refrigerators, coffee makers, charcoal grills, ceiling fans, and wrap-around decks. Featured in National Geographic Adventure, Good Morning America, Atlanta Journal Constitution. Shared but private bathrooms, rafting and zipline canopy tour packages, area hiking, boating, horseback riding, motorcycling and more activities available. Group Lodge available for groups up to 44; bunk bed style with shower in each room. Private Group Campsite available with raised tent platforms, kitchen, charcoal grill, fire ring, covered porch, men's and women's bathrooms.
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jskingwa wrote a review Jul 2020
Gilbert, South Carolina14 contributions
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We just got back from our river rafting trip at Nantahala National Park. These yurts were so cool. We will be back again and again. Loved the rustic ambiance. There's a waterfall near. The bath facilities are clean. The yurt itself, was immaculate.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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jeffreytraynor wrote a review Jul 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina24 contributions1 helpful vote
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Most people seem to stay in the Yurts but we opted to stay in the property’a “group lodge.” It was excellent for our purpose. I was with my wife and two kids and we were simply looking for a no-frills place to stay for the night. We had considered rent camping but wound up wanting to have a roof and shower for after a long day tubing. This place wound up being perfect for our simple needs. Don’t go expecting fancy room or lots of amenities. Rather, think along the lines more of a summer camp cabin for a fairly low cost. The room is fairly small but consists of bunks one both sides of the walls as well as a toilet, shower, and two sinks. The room is designed to sleep 8. You bring your own sheets and towels. The barn-style building that it is in has 5 similar rooms (one is handicap accessible) as well as a kitchen dining room that can also be reserved. There is a nice fire pit area just outside and the room is walking distance to the property’s ropes courses. So long as your expectations are in line with what this is aiming to provide, you should be satisfied with the stay.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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hayleyamby wrote a review Jun 2020
Fort Lauderdale, Florida213 contributions15 helpful votes
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Really enjoyed our family’s visit here. The surroundings are quiet and beautiful, and it’s a great way to camp/glamp. There are so many nice little touches here and there, like the lights that are motion-activated in the dark. While we stayed, we saw a turkey and a mama duck with her babies. We also heard lots of frogs. There were lots of daddy longlegs spiders and fireflies, too! We appreciated having a mini fridge in the yurt and laundry facilities in the restroom building. This is a wonderful place, but there were some downsides. The yurt and one of the restrooms had a strong mildew odor. All but one of the clasps on the window flaps were broken or unreachable, making it hard to open the windows to relieve the smell and let in fresh air. Our yurt sleeps four, but there was not enough surface area for the things that four people (parents and two kids) bring with them camping. The balcony table had only two chairs, anyway, so I would say this is really better suited for two people. The futon support bar seemed to be broken, leaving a dip in the cushion. The folks were nice, and we recommend this place for a refreshing getaway.
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Date of stay: June 2020
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Donald5343434 wrote a review Nov 2019
Weyers Cave, Virginia7 contributions
Nice.. private with a beautiful setting. Showers and bathroom clean with short walk from yurt. needs more signage for ease of access during rainy dark night... close to all activities and Bryson City area.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Response from wildwatertrey, Guest Relations Manager at Falling Waters Adventure Resort
Responded Jan 3, 2020
Donald, thank you for the great review! I'm working to update signage and lighting for this upcoming season!
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Scott M wrote a review Sep 2019
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We stayed for one night on our way back home! What a treat! We were the only two couples in the park and just enjoyed ourselves immensely. Thank you for your little hideaway! I highly recommend. Hopefully we can journey back this way.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from wildwatertrey, Guest Relations Manager at Falling Waters Adventure Resort
Responded Jan 3, 2020
Wow, thank you for the great review! We are glad that you had such a great time in our yurt village!
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United StatesNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina MountainsBryson City
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Frequently Asked Questions about Falling Waters Adventure Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Falling Waters Adventure Resort?
Nearby attractions include Nantahala River Gem Mine (1.7 miles), Nantahala Gorge Ruby Mine (1.4 miles), and Ferebee Memorial Picnic Area (2.0 miles).
Is parking available at Falling Waters Adventure Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Falling Waters Adventure Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rivers End Restaurant, Pizza By the River, and Cardinal Coffee.
Are there any historical sites close to Falling Waters Adventure Resort?
Many travelers enjoy visiting The Tunnel To Nowhere (7.8 miles) and Smith's Dry Goods (8.6 miles).
Does Falling Waters Adventure Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.