Good Morning Campers!
It’s time to break out those swim shorts & flip flops and get ready for CAMPING SEASON! We here at Hanging Dog Creek Campground are so energized about this upcoming season beginning April 1st and are excited to reveal some pretty exciting changes. The first of which is the launching of our new website. What do you think? It was definitely time for change. As can be seen, we now offer online reservations to offer more ease of use for our wonderful campers, along with a weather widget on the reservations page. We hope this will make planning your vacation enjoyable. There are also many new pages that we have added to provide more information to you.
We have also made some much needed improvements to our park and will continue to do so. This year we have added 30 and 50 amp service to many of our sites. We are happy to provide this service to those of you with bigger rigs. When making your reservations, please let us know your service requirements.
In addition to the above changes, we have also made changes to our Facebook Page. We hope you all will take a moment to “Like” us and tell your friends about us. It is there we will keep you informed of upcoming events and happenings here in Hanging Dog.
Speaking of events, our opening season is just in time for the following events:
Friday, April 5, 2013 @ 7:30 pm – Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts – Vince Gill in concert. For more information visit www.greatmountainmusic.com.
Saturday, April 6, 2013 @ 8:00 am – 5th Annual Rumble for Relay. For more information email: Rumble4relay@yahoo.com.
Saturday, April 6, 2013 @ 10:00 am – Murphy Saturday Mornings – Cedar Valley Farmer’s Market. This is one of my favorites! This is a weekly farmer’s market. Crafters welcome, fresh produce and much more.
Sunday, April 7, 2013 @ 2:30 pm – Brasstown Concert Association presents Piedmont Winds ( formerly known as the Orpheus Woodwind Quintet). These Atlanta-based musicians play in many groups across the Southeast. The ensemble’s repertoire includes a wide range of musical styles and periods. Concert begins at 2:30 pm and is held at John C. Campbell Folk School. For more information call: 828-389-4210.