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Old 01-01-2013, 11:32 PM   #1
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Creekside Mountain Camping

We just got back from Bat Cave, NC. We stayed at a place on "the main drag". The web sight is www.creeksidemountaincamping.com
The place has water, power and sewer. No cable, satellite works well. The sight we had was by the entrance and had 2 30amp plugs and we used our cheater box. The place is neat and the owner is friendly. We had a great time. A brief storm came up and power was lost by the whole park. We fired the GenSet up at 0130 and ran if for my CPAP. No complaints and all was well.
Power came back on early AM and we packed after our 3rd night.
The sights are gravel but reasonably level. The pool is open during the summer. We were creek front and listened to the water all night.
Not a bad place to stay at all!!

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Old 01-07-2013, 08:19 AM   #2
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I live about 20 miles from there--have driven through it some years back--looked good--never camped there---Vince

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What is a (cheater Box). I thought it might be you dish box?
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This is a cheater box. I took two 30 amp male to 15 amp female adapters from Harbor Freight, two 15 amp male plugs, Two 14" sections of heavy gauge drop cord, a 50 amp box, assembled them to make an adaptor to run a make shift 50 amp service.
I have used it in both summer and winter.
Always check the voltage prior to connecting!

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