W Kerr Scott Reservoir-Warrior Creek Campground

Wilkesboro, North Carolina

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Much like its neighbor Bandit’s Roost, Warrior Creek is perfectly located, off the beaten path on the south side of the W. Kerr Scott Reservoir. Although many of the RV sites are right on top of one another, the loops are small and intimate, so you have fewer neighbors to crowd you in. The tent sites sit on a nice inviting little cove on the lake. While it has a playground, fishing piers, a boat launch, and a swim beach, Warrior Creek is best known for its world-class mountain biking.
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by Melissa Watson (Falcon Guides)

Much like its neighbor Bandit’s Roost, Warrior Creek is perfectly located, off the beaten path on the south side of the W. Kerr Scott Reservoir. Although many of the RV sites are right on top of one another, the loops are small and intimate, so you have fewer neighbors to crowd you in. The tent sites sit on a nice inviting little cove on the lake.

While it has a playground, fishing piers, a boat launch, and a swim beach, Warrior Creek is best known for its world-class mountain biking.

© 2013 Melissa Watson/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Wilkesboro
Campsites: 74
Season: Apr 15–Oct 15
Additional Use: Boat Launch, Swimming, Boating, Fishing, Mountain Biking
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: (336) 921-2177 www.saw.usace.army.mil/wkscott/index.htm For reservations call (877) 444-6777 or visit www.recreation.gov
Local Maps: DeLorme: North Carolina Atlas & Gazetteer: Page 14 F3
Fees per Night: $10-$20+
Facilities: Flush toilets, hot showers, water spigots dispersed, electric, fire rings, picnic tables, lantern holders, dump station, firewood for sale; pet friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to W. Kerr Scott Reservoir-Warrior Creek Campground

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