Rutledge Lake RV Park (Fletcher, NC)



Mike got a last-minute job in Fletcher, North Carolina, so we headed there after our stay in the Washington, D.C., area.  Rutledge Lake RV Park was just minutes away from the place he was working, so it was very convenient.   It’s a fairly small park but picturesque.  We liked everything about it, especially the ease with which we extended our stay.  When Mike was asked to work an extra day, the staff initially wanted to move us to another spot.  That would have been, of course, a pain because we’d have had to unhook and rehook for just one day.  After we asked to keep our existing site, the staff quickly called the arriving campers to see if they’d be open to going to another spot.  They were, and we were able to stay put.

Rutledge Lake, like many of the other places we’ve stayed, has quite a bit to offer:

  • 50-amp full hookup sites
  • Lakefront RV sites as well as some pull-through RV sites
  • Easy big rig access
  • Tent camping sites and cabin rentals, too
  • Open year round
  • Gated community with a 24-hour on call person available to answer any questions
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pet friendly but no designated dog run
  • Bathhouse and laundry facility
  • Heated pool open from Memorial Day to Labor Day
  • Recreation room that is available for gatherings, playing pool, table tennis or relaxing in front of the tv and fireplace
  • The lake is stocked, and catch and release fishing is allowed
  • Paddle boats and canoes are available for rent for $5 for 4 hours
  • Propane fill station
  • Walking trails along the creek
  • Easy access to Asheville






Loved this mural in the laundry room!










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