Asheville is a city that lies in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and has a thriving arts scene. Not only this, but it has rich historical ties which always leave visitors wanting to come back for more. In such a special place, make sure to stay in a unique camping option to celebrate all the city has to offer in the best way possible. Why not bring your pet along with you to experience the fun? With a range of pet-friendly options available, you can do just this. Head to Blue Ridge Parkway for mountain panoramas you won’t find anywhere else, but also to see artworks from local artists at Folk Art Center that span the ages. To go on the lookout for wildlife, stop by Western North Carolina Nature Center, where exotic and native species are looked after.