Cable Cove Campground

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Cable Cove Campground

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Campground site configuration:

Number Combined Sites (Tent or RV)26

Tent Pads: Yes

Group Tent Sites:No

Wooded Sites:Yes

Number ofTables on Sites: 26

Number of Grilles on Sites: 26

RV Information:

Hookups: None

Group RV Sites: No

Number RV Pull Throughs: 0

Waste Station: No

Largest Parking Apron Size: 16' X 74'
Some parking aprons are grass, others are gravel.

Bath and shower Facilities:


Flush Toilets:No

Hot Showers: No

Other Facilities:

Playground: No

Public Phone: No

Number Water Spigots (non-site, not threaded): 3

Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No

Cable Cove campground

The campground is adjacent to a stream and 0.5 mile from Fontana Lake. It is located in mature hardwood with most of the understory cleared out. Sites are spacious and nicely shaded. The lake is very popular with canoeists.

Elevation: 1,620 ft.

Seasons: Open Seasonal: Yes, Open April through October

Reservations: Not required but to be sure you'll have a space reservations should be made about 3 weeks in advance.

Rate: $10 per day

Maximum Stay Permitted:14 days

Attractions & Considerations

Lake: Lake Fontana is 10,000 acres.

Swimming No Life Guard provided

Sailing: Yes

Boat Ramp: Yes

Boat Carry Down Access:No

Power Boating: Yes

Water Skiing: Yes

Hiking: Unnamed interpretive trail

Fishing: Rainbow Trout in stream. Trout, Walleye, varieties of Bass, Bream and Crappie are in the lake.