Standing Indian Campground is a camper's delight, whether you're camping in an RV or in a tent. The campground is surrounded by 5,000-foot peaks and crossed by several natural trout streams. It is the focal point of numerous hiking trails and has easy access to the Appalachain Trail. The campground can be a pleasant stopover on your trip or a place to spend several days to explore this scenic and historic section of the Nantahala National Forest. All this within a scenic, 20-minute drive to Frankliln. The campground has 5 loops with sites available first-come, first-served or by reservation. Fire rings/grills, lantern posts and picnic tables are provided at each site, with close proximity to drinking water, flush toilets and showers.
A group camping area, Kimsey Creek, is located in Standing Indian Campground.