Our stay in Hendersonville was very nice. The park we choose is called Apple Valley Travel Park. It is a Camp Club USA park, the regular rate is $26 a night so we got two nights at that price. The park itself is old and most of the sites are small and tight. I would say it is about 70% full time residence and 20% seasonal (who leave their trailers there year round). There is only about a dozen or so sites for the 'traveler' and most of these are small and are difficult to get into..... for most rigs.
While in Hendersonville we checked out the historic downtown area......very busy.....lots of antique stores and restaurants. We also visited Tryon......quaint small town, but not too many shops or restaurants. From Tryon, we took 176 and ended up at Pearson's Falls. Beautiful hike (about 15 minutes) to the falls themselves and it is worth it.
Sunday we left Hendersonville and continued our journey toward Indiana.....more on that next post. One last note, WELCOME to Gen and Syl and thanks for reading my blog. We met them at our RV Dreamer's Rally. You can follow their journey to become full timers at: Wondering Sylville.