Situated a mere 10 minutes from the North Carolina border, Wanderlust Waypoints: Long Creek Haven is a remarkable community that is a haven for adventure-seeking nomads. Nestled in a picturesque location, this idyllic site embodies the spirit of Waypoints and camaraderie, where individuals from diverse backgrounds unite with a shared passion for exploration and creating awesome nomadic builds and lasting memories.
To provide a safe place and a secure environment for all our guests and families, we require some paperwork and we run a background check on anyone staying on-site overnight.
Long Creek Haven is less about construction projects and more about the vibrant community built on shared experiences. While we do offer some tools and equipment to support building and repair endeavors, our focus goes beyond that.
Whether you’re a seasoned builder or a novice enthusiast, everyone is welcome to contribute their skills, knowledge, and enthusiasm to enhance the overall sense of belonging and collaboration.
So, while Long Creek Haven certainly offers opportunities for construction projects and repairs, with supplies not far away, our true strength lies in the incredible sense of community that permeates through the creek.
Smack in the middle of Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg and Asheville, NC, within an hour you’ve got access to just about every entertainment option available.
To the west, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are renowned entertainment hub with a diverse array of attractions. Explore the bustling Parkway, lined with theaters featuring live music shows, comedy acts, and performances. For thrill-seekers, adrenaline-pumping amusement parks like Dollywood and adventure activities like go-kart tracks, zip-lining, and indoor skydiving. With tons of shopping and dining experiences as well, Pigeon Forge guarantees a good time for the whole family.
To the east, Asheville, NC, is known for its diverse and exciting entertainment. Explore live performances featuring everything from bluegrass and folk to indie rock and jazz. Visit some galleries, studios, and art events. Take in some theater at a small independent theater. Then grab a bite at farm-to-table dining experience, brewery, or food tour.