Travel to GV

Make your travel plans early

Brevard is a small town just a little southeast of Asheville, NC.  It is located in Transylvania County, often described as “the land of waterfalls”.  Over 50% of the land in Transylvania county is publicly owned and protected, making it an outdoor tourist destination.  Western North Carolina is a mecca for summer camps.  Transylvania County alone is home to more than a dozen.  All this to say, the summer is a very busy time for our small town so if you plan to stay overnight, it is a good idea to make reservations early.

For Directions for Driving to Camp, go to our Contact page.


Let us know

If someone other than you will be picking your child up from camp:

Please login to your account and complete the “Authorized Grown-up” Form.

If your child will be flying to camp:

Please complete the “Travel Form” found in your Camp account and email a copy of the eTicket to katie@gwynnvalley.com.

Flight arrivals and departures should be scheduled between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM to and from the Asheville Airport (AVL). If unable to schedule a flight during this time, please contact our office before booking the flight. There is a $10 transportation fee per family for each one-way trip to the Asheville airport. If unable to book a flight into Asheville, the next nearest airport is the Greenville/Spartanburg (GSP) airport in Greenville, SC. There is a $50 transportation fee per family for each one-way trip to the Greenville airport. Please contact our office before booking a flight to GSP.

If your camper is flying as an Unaccompanied Minor, please use the name of our director, “Anne Bullard” as the person responsible for meeting the flight; we will send a release with the driver to the airport.  Please use camp’s contact information:

Phone: (828) 885-2900

Address: 301 Gwynn Valley Trail Brevard, NC 28712


Visit this page designed just for parents of campers put together by our local Chamber of Commerce:




“Because of camp, I’ve gotten to know people from all over the country – actually, all over the world. Camp is a place where I can escape all of the stereotypes and cliques and just be myself.”