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Ruthless

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I'm looking for campgrounds/resorts in North Carolina that I haven't visited to visit in 2020. What are some North Carolina campgrounds/resorts that you've visited in the past?

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Ruthless wrote:

I'm looking for campgrounds/resorts in North Carolina that I haven't visited to visit in 2020. What are some North Carolina campgrounds/resorts that you've visited in the past?


Would help to know what part of NC you want to visit. For the coast. there is only one oceanfront CG between the Outer Banks, and the SC line. Surf City Family CG. It is VERY nice, but VERY small. no pool or any thing, Just a beautiful quiet beach.

In the mountains there is a CG on every corner or so it seems. We like Raccoone Holler in Glendale Springs, and Orchard Lake near Saluda. Happy holiday in Cherokee is nice, and Holly cove, but only if you are staying a week or more.

We also go to Tom Johnson's campground in Marion for a quick get away, and up the road a little there is the Ashville East KOA. And near Spruce Pines there is Tow River CG, Buck Hill, And Mountain River.

We also like Bandit's Roost in Wilkesboro, as well as Linville Falls CG, and Julian Price, both on the Blue Ridge Park Way.

flintlock near Boone is OK, and Honey Bear, but you have to be careful to pick the right site. hope this helps.


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If you haven’t been to Campfire Lodgings just above Asheville, nice place, great people, and their premium sites have great view.


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We did stop last year at Mama Greties. Everyone should. We lucked out and got a premo site at the top of the hill. Really really nice, but it is a RV park and nothing camping in the woods. Neighbors were nice but too close for our taste. Still it's something you gotta do once, just to say you did. We would probably stop there again, but not as a destination site. FWIW


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Our favorite NC campground is the Lake Powhatan Recreation Area campground in the Pisgah National Forest near Asheville. The mis-named "Lakeside Loop" has full hookups and the large sites are paved. With our Senior Access Pass, our cost is about $21 per night.


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We like Stonebridge RV in Maggie Valley...short distance to Cherokee...and not far from Transylvania County where so many beautiful waterfalls are located.
We also stayed at Homeplace RV in Ararat, NC, and visited Mount Airy ("Mayberry") not far away.





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Grapefull Sisters Vineyard and Carrollwoods RV park in Tabor City NC. Easy drive to Myrtle beach and Wilmington and close to Calabash and great fresh seafood. One of our favorites.

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A few we have enjoyed.
Stone Mountain State Park, large sites and beautiful area.
Camp Hatteras RV Resort, Crosses the island for beach or sound access.
Deep Creek Camping, tube down the mountain and float right up to your site.

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lots of options from the mountains to the coast, great state parks

mountains area

mama gerties, asheville/swannaoa beautiful mountain top premium sites

mountain stream rv park marion nc. small quiet, and located on mountain stream


central nc

stone mountain state park. one of our favorites. large sites

jordan lake state park. tons of options, close to raleigh durham area

kerr lake state park, virginia line. tons of options for sites

falls lake state park, short drive to raleigh, nice and quiet.


CHARLOTTE AREA
if you are interested in exploring the charlotte area, the camping world campground at the charlotte racetrack is great. its basically a large gravel parking lot with full hookups but the sites are large and prices are cheap approx 25 bucks a night on non race weekends. good basecamp for exploring.


koa outerbanks cape hatteras, ocean front. pricey but worth it.

willowtree rv resort. inland but short drive to myrtle beach.. huge sites, books up early.

brunswick beaches campground. sunset beach nc.. former koa. close drive to beach. calabash etc.

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If your a dog lover, 4Paws Kingdom. Fantastic times there!
Did a couple of long term stays at Topsail Sound RV resort. Very nice place.

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