Tucked away in a secluded area of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. we are in close proximity to all the northwestern Mountain Towns including Boone, Blowing Rock, West Jefferson, the Wilkesboro’s, and the Piedmont area if Wine Country is of interest to you.
Welcome to Ferguson North Carolina. It’s a gorgeous time to visit and there will be a great deal to do and quite a few people here doing it!
Asheville, Black Mountain, and local wineries can all be visited in a day. You can also visit Blowing Rock and Banner Elk or Jefferson during your stay here or Boone (home of Appalachian State University…where football is KING). Or you could take a day trip to Old Salem, in Winston Salem NC.
Peak fall colors typically start around the 2nd week in Oct. Enjoy a drive to Valle Crucis, visit the original Mast General Store, drive the back roads up through Banner Elk to Beech Mountain. Also, enjoy cruising the Blue Ridge Parkway and visiting or hiking by Grandfather Mountain.
Do you enjoy cycling? There is a wonderful trail between Fleetwood and Todd, all paved, very flat and quite scenic in addition to being challenged Warriors Creek has trails for all levels.
Skiing, backpacking, hiking, gem mining, white water rafting, fishing, and hunting are all within reach.
Each site is facing the large soothing creek (can you hear it babbling?) that backs up to a secluded ridge filled with Rhododendrons and Hardwoods making a beautiful and interesting scene all year round. The sites are approximately 35 ft wide and 50-80 ft long with buffers on each side, each has a picnic table and fire ring/grill. There is an option to have a shed added to your site.
What are some of the things that make us so Unique? We are a Gardening Community. There is enough room for all to grow and preserve vegetables, berries, and fruit. Like herbs and flowers? Grow them outside your door. Working a garden is very healthy and rewarding. . There is a greenhouse available to start plants and grow types of veggies that will thrive in a hothouse. . Fresh Fish? Try your hand at fishing in the creek and catch dinner. Fresh food from the gardens you grew at your fingertips.
Bathhouse closed due to COVID
NO RV's more than 10 years old.
Rates are $50.00 per night 2 occupants (subject to change)
Electric (30 / 50 AMP) Water, Sewer, and limited WiFi included.
2 people per site max.
Back in and pull in sites on the creek.
Call for availability.
Reservation paid via PayPal, no refunds.
NOTE: Bathhouse is closed until COVID restrictions eased.
No tent camping.
Pets Welcome (see rules below)
You will not find an RV park like this anywhere. Your new home awaits you. Tucked away in a secluded area of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. we are in close proximity to all the northwestern Mountain Towns including Boone, Blowing Rock, West Jefferson, the Wilkesboro’s and the Piedmont area if Wine Country is of interest to you.
Being former Coach Owners and travelers, we could not find a nice affordable park to live at for a long or more semi-permanent period. A place where we could still grow our own food. We wanted a smaller park in a nice quiet rural area where you know your neighbors and away from the crime of the big cities so we created our own RV Community here at Stoney Fork!
We want to share our vision with soon-to-be neighbors. We have built large RV sites with decent size yards that can accommodate a box garden storage shed or patio furniture and each site is on the creek. We are a community where you will know your neighbor, share in gardening, and enjoy the peaceful setting.
We searched for a extended stay (open 12 months) RV park like this and could only find it in my mind. The “RV Park at Stoney Fork”
Downtown North Wilkesboro
Downtown North Wilkesboro is enjoying a resurgence these days. It began when developer Mark Pegram and his partners decided to transform the 90-year-old Tomlinson’s Department Store building on Main Street into a retail‚ entertainment and office complex collectively known as R20. Several other changes are occurring downtown largely thanks to Main Street‚ a federal program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that’s designed to bring downtown areas back to life.
Wilkes Heritage Museum
One of the race cars driven by NASCAR legend and Wilkes County native Junior Johnson is at the Wilkes Heritage Museum‚ and so is a piece of the military jacket worn by Gen. Robert E. Lee. Other exhibits at the museum showcase early Wilkes County settlers‚ education‚ medical history, communications, Civil War artifacts, the Revolutionary War‚ modern military history‚ lumber‚ NASCAR and moonshine.
Every spring, music lovers from around the country and world pour into Wilkes County for MerleFest, one of the nation’s most highly acclaimed roots music-based festivals. For four days in late April, the campus of Wilkes Community College echoes with the strains of banjos, guitars, and harmony as a lineup of established stars and up-and-coming musicians perform on a dozen stages.
North Wilkesboro Skateboard Park (check to see if open)
North Wilkesboro Skateboard Park features a “street skate” environment‚ with steps‚ railings and even a picnic table strictly for skating. The park was designed by the skaters themselves. Wilkes County is also home to The Edge Skate Park and BMX Bike Track, which is also equipped with traditional ramps and jumps along with a bicycle motocross track where competitions take place.
Shine to Wine Festival
The annual Shine to Wine Festival celebrates the burgeoning wine scene in North Wilkesboro. Besides the impressive selection of wines and numerous wineries represented, the festival features a Culinary Chef Challenge, live entertainment, merchandise, and food, as well as an Art Tent with drawing, painting, and pottery making demonstrations.
Tom Dooley: A Wilkes County Legend is the story of a 19th-century trial and hanging of Tom Dula (pronounced Dooley), who was convicted for the murder of Laura Foster. It is a summertime onstage fixture presented by the Wilkes Playmakers. The play is performed annually at Fort Hamby Park from July 5-18.
Explore more of Wilkesboro, NC’s culture.