This is the Wrong Way. An unconventional cabin campground located in bohemian West Asheville at the intersection of urban and the outdoors, providing a gateway to both. The property features 16 tiny A-frame cabins with all the creature comforts, including a private bathroom, HVAC, and high-speed WiFi. A communal River Lodge with a canteen, lounge, and event space anchors the property as a place to eat, drink, gather, and shop. You'll have easy access to all of Asheville with the property located right across the street from the French Broad River Greenway, 1 mile from the River Arts District, 1 mile from West Asheville's Haywood Rd, 2 miles from the Biltmore Estate, and less than 3 miles from downtown.
Stay at Wrong Way River Lodge & Cabins to experience the simplicity, adventure, and relaxation of the "River-Life" without having to compromise on comfort or convenience.
Gather at the River Lodge to eat, drink, play, relax, recharge, and even shop.
The "Canteen" has a curated selection of provisions and supplies. Click here for a menu.
The "Eddy" is available to rent for events and activities. Click here for more photos and information.
The "Boardroom" is available to rent for small group meetings. Click here for more photos and information.
Explore The Area
Some of Asheville's most popular destinations are within walking distance of Wrong Way. This includes Haywood Road in West Asheville with a diverse mix of shops, restaurants, and pubs; the River Arts District (RAD) with more than 200 artists creating and displaying their work; and the French Broad River Greenway with three recreation parks situated along 9 miles of paved trailways. Scroll through the images of these popular areas or explore our map of recommended activities, attractions, and businesses in Western NC.
Haywood Road is home to bohemian shops, foodie hotspots, and a creative community.
Bring your camera to collect some stunning free art by talented muralists.
Some of Asheville's most popular and highly rated restaurants can be found in West Asheville.
River Arts District
With everything there is to see and do in the River Arts District, it might be a good idea to plan your trip. Check out the RAD website to see what the area has to offer.
The Foundation is easily one of Asheville's most visually engaging areas due to its eye-catching graffiti art murals. It is also home to some very cool businesses and artists. Definitely worth checking out!
Take a stroll through the River Arts District and pop into the artist studios to see some amazing artwork. If you're lucky, you'll catch them working at their craft.
River & Greenway
The French Broad River flows north from Rosman NC to Douglas Lake in East TN. The stretch that flows through Asheville is perfect for kayaking, tubing, or paddle boarding.
There are more than nine miles of flat paths that follow the banks of the French Broad River. Perfect for a morning run, family bike trip, or sight-seeing stroll.
The easily accessible greenway parks include a cycling velodrome, playground, sand volleyball courts, basketball court, roller hockey rink, baseball field, lawn bowling court, pavilion, and dog park.
Stay at Wrong Way to experience Asheville's unconventional, outdoor-centered personality.