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North Carolina Campgrounds & RV Park Directory
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Bryson City Buxton Candler Canton Carolina Beach
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Elizabethtown Emerald Isle Fayetteville Flat Rock Fletcher
Fontana Dam Forest City Four Oaks Franklin Frisco
Glendale Springs Grifton Hayesville Hendersonville Hickory
Hiddenite High Point Holden Beach Hot Springs Hubert
Jacksonville Kings Mountain Kitty Hawk Lake Lure Lake Toxaway
Laurel Springs Lenoir Lexington Linville Falls Linwood
Lumberton Maggie Valley Marion Marston Merritt
Mill Spring Mocksville Moncure Morganton Murphy
New Bern New London Newport North Wilkesboro Old Fort
Otto Pelham Penrose Pineola Piney Creek
Pink Hill Pinnacle Pisgah Forest Plumtree Roanoke Rapids
Robbinsville Rockingham Rodanthe Rutherfordton Salisbury
Saluda Sapphire Sea Level Selma Sherrills Ford
Shiloh Smithfield Snow Camp Sparta Spruce Pine
Statesville Stateville Stecoah Stella Stoneville
Sunset Beach Surf City Swannanoa Swansboro Sylva
Tabor City Topton Trenton Troutman Troy
Union Grove Union Mills Wade Wagram Wake Forest
Wallace Washington Waves Waynesville White Lake
Whittier Williamston Wilmington Winton
Latest North Carolina RV Park / Campground Reviews
Crawfords Campground
Reviewer : Larry Sudar
From : Daytona Beach Fl
Date of review : June 30, 2009
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 5/2009
The place is absolutely wonderful. Danny and Family (Owners) are very knowlegible of the area and extremely helpful. Danny kept us on interesting waterful hikes, scenic roads, hiking trails and were to visit. The place was a hub to many day trips and we didn't have enough time to see everything so we will be back and want to tell everyone about our stay.
Flaming Arrow Campground
Reviewer : K-Pax
From : Raleigh, NC
Date of review : August 18, 2009
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 7/2009
My adorable bride and I have recently returned from 4 nites at the Flaming Arrow and I'm pleased to report that it's everything we had expected and more. We'd never been to the Cherokee area before and wanted to find a spot that was reasonably priced with amenties (30 amp, water, sewer) for our new-to -us camper. Flaming Arrow easily met those basic requirements. We pulled into the campground and followed the arrows to the office where we were met by the owner. She checked us in, then drove us around to see the available sites. That was a nice touch we thought because we'd made a selection sight unseen. She showed us 3 other sites, we picked one and set up. Our site - B17 - was just lovely. Yes, it was up a hill but it is the mountains after all and was no real problem for us (we hike quite a bit). There was plenty of room to park and the site was spacious and private. We like that a lot. In our travels, we did see other campgrounds in the area and found them to be jam-packed. You could pass toast and jam between the RV's through the windows it was so tight. That's not the way we like to camp and thus began to feel even better about our choice. Joni and Ralph could not have been nicer. They gave us directions to places we wanted to go (Kenny Loggins concert at the Casino), and also turned us on to prime trout fishing spots on the reservation. The bathrooms were very clean, they post up the local paper and a lot of local events on a bulletin board, they have washer/dryer facilities and lots of places for kids to burn off a little steam. We didn't use the pool but it looked eminently useable too. If you're a "camping hooligan" you probably don't want to stay here because the owners do take pride in their place and try too keep things orderly and peaceful. We respect that and in fact, prefer it so for the rest of you normal people, get your reservations and get campin'. You'll be glad you did. And BTW, use Joni's directions to the campground. They'll save you a lot of time.
Living Waters Campground
Reviewer : Wayne Oglesby
From : Willow Spring, NC
Date of review : July 11, 2010
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 6/2010
I wanted to say that we were very happy with Living Waters Campground in NC. They are very friendly and wanted to make sure that you had a great stay. It is small and has 29 lots,trout ponds,and a small lake for you to play on the paddle boat .Prices were very good. I do plan on staying with them again. I would recommend this campground
Flanners Beach/Neuse River
Reviewer : Linda Harrell
From : New Bern, NC 28560
Date of review : August 3, 2010
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 7/2010
Loved it. People friendly - great for children, pets. Loved the hiking and biking trails. Sites are nice. Camp hosts are attentive and watchful. Beach is great. Recommended for all. Thanks.
Four Paws KingdomĀ 
Reviewer : Sonja Miller
From : Boiling Springs SC
Date of review : October 8, 2010
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 10/2010
What a great campground. It is well maintained, clean and great for dogs and their masters. The hosts are so freindly and and their special events are super to. Plan to return several times next year.
Rollingview State Recreation Area
Reviewer : sandra parsons
From : rollingview campground
Date of review : April 8, 2011
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 4/2010
we loved this campsite - we have in several of the campsites and we are going again tomorrow - we enjoy the beautiful view and the open space for the kids to play and it is just wonderful - we will be coming here for years to come.
Brown Mountain Beach Resort
Reviewer : amxpress
From : Clayton, NC
Date of review : June 19, 2012
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 4/2012
This has become one of our favorite places to camp. Though it is a work in progress, the scenery is beautiful. Solitude & peace and quiet. No cell phone, no TV, no cable TV. There is wi-fi towards the club house, along with a large swimming hole out back. The trout fishing is awesome. You can walk out of your RV and walk 20', you're in the creek ready to fly fish. There's also 20+ miles of Wilson Creek, full of trout. The owners are super nice people who have done an excellent job of cleaning up this resort. They have plans to keep improving & updating.
Hawkins Creek Campground
Reviewer : Linda Hoffman
From : Livingston, CA
Date of review : June 28, 2012
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 6/2012
The owner is friendly and helpful. We called ahead and someone met us in front of the office and guided us in. The spaces and large. This park offers lots of shade and has a private catch and release fishing pond. Gravled roads and sites keep the dust down. We found the park quiet and relaxing. It is nestled in a wooded area well off the highway. It was not important to us that there was no pool or hot tub. We would diffently stay here again.
Lanier`s Campground
Reviewer : stone
From : Lillington, NC
Date of review : July 17, 2009
Rating : 8
Date of stay : 7/2007
Great place to stay. Its away from the beach, so you will have to travel. We used a primative tent site, next to the road. I would advise booking early so that you can get away from the road and the noise, that is unless you don't mind it. Fire ants were an issue. However, they are everywhere. I would take some ant killer with me as to deter them from your site.
Pioneer Village Family CampgroundĀ 
Reviewer : Jim Arrington
From : Rustburg, VA
Date of review : July 6, 2010
Rating : 8
Date of stay : 7/2010
Quiet, clean, level sites. Many permanent campers and nor frills, but for the price you can't beat it. We wanted a place to stay the night to attend "Hot Nights Hot Cars" car show in Pilot Mountain, NC. We stayed an extra night because we liked it so much.