Blue Ridge Mountain features three campsites spread across the community. They feature ridge line views or are situated along trout streams that the North Carolina Wild Life Service has identified as "robust" and "highly valuable". All of the campsites have multiple picnic tables, fire pits, and benches made from harvested dead locust wood onsite. Camp sites are popular with owners families who want an outdoors experience in a National Park like setting, taking a break along a hike, or even a picnic lunch or sharing a bottle of wine among friends in the evening.
- Grapevine Campsite: Our newest campsite completed in 2019 this campsite area features four campsites along a ridge line. You may hike or drive your UTV to this campsite. The newly completed Grapevine Loop Trail that meanders along the same ridge line.
- Dugger Creek Campsite: Revitalized in 2018. This campsite features two campsites sits along Dugger Creek Trail next to a an old covered Boy Scout Pavilion. You may hike or drive your UTV to this campsite.
- Laurel Creek Campsite: Revitalized and expanded in 2018. This campsite features four campsites situated alongside Laurel Creek. You may hike, drive your UTV, or 4 wheel drive to a parking area and there is a very short walk to this campsite.
It is expected that all campers or anyone using the campsites will follow the Leave No Trace Principles covered on the Trail System page.