Briar Bottom Group Campground

    Burnsville, North Carolina

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    Briar Bottom Group Campground is the perfect getaway for visitors to enjoy mountain scenery and easy access to hiking trails. The campground sits at the base of Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River, in Pisgah National Forest.


    With the South Toe River located near the campground, visitors will have no shortage of things to do, including picnicking, day hiking, scenic driving and trout fishing. Hikers will be pleased with a variety of trails from which to choose, including a leisurely half-mile walk through the forest or a challenging 5.6-mile hike up Mt. Mitchell.

    The adjacent Black Mountain Campground has a playing field, volleyball courts and horseshoe pit available.


    The facility has six separate campsites; each can accommodate up to 50 people. Sites are organized around a single loop with individual parking spurs, providing plenty of space for tents. The campground is equipped with flush toilets and campers can use showers at the adjacent Black Mountain Campground. A campground host is available for visitor assistance.

    Natural Features

    The campground sits at an elevation of 3,040 feet. The 6,684-foot Mt. Mitchell towers over the area, with several other high peaks of the Black Mountains nearby. The lush forest in this part of the Appalachian Mountains is rich with wildlife, plants and scenery.

    Nearby Attractions

    Groups can easily head out for a day of scenic driving along Blue Ridge Parkway or hiking in Mount Mitchell State Park.


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    Adventures Nearby

    Hike to Green Knob Lookout Tower

    1 mi / 313 ft gain

    Hike Deep Gap Trail at Mt. Mitchell State Park

    9 mi / 3000 ft gain

    Summit Mount Mitchell via the Old Mitchell Trail

    4.5 mi / 484 ft gain

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