Best RV Parks in North Carolina

RV Parks in North Carolina

With its miles of coastline, beautiful mountains, and thriving cities, North Carolina has something for everyone. From the beaches of Wilmington to the Blue Ridge Mountains in the western part of the state, it's a state full of natural beauty. And with its mild climate, it's a great place to visit any time of year.

If you're planning an RV trip to North Carolina, there are plenty of great RV parks to choose from. Here are just a few of the best RV parks in North Carolina.

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Outer Banks Camping

The Outer Banks are a beautiful and unique string of barrier islands off the state's coast. The area is known for its pristine beaches, friendly locals, and abundant wildlife.

If you're looking for an RV park in the Outer Banks, Camp Hatteras RV Resort is the perfect place to enjoy some beach time. The resort has a heated pool, hot tub, and private beach. And with more than 100 sites, there's plenty of room for RVs of all sizes.

Another excellent option for Outer Banks camping is Frisco Woods Campground on Hatteras Island. This campground has over 200 RV sites, making it one of the largest RV parks in the area.

Mount Airy Camping

The small town of Mount Airy, North Carolina, is the hometown of actor Andy Griffith. But it's also a great place to visit if you want peace and quiet.

If you're planning a trip to Mount Airy, consider staying at Mayberry Campground. This RV park is just minutes from downtown Mount Airy and offers various amenities like a camp store, fishing pond, and game room.

RV Parks Near Great Smoky Mountains

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in North Carolina. And for a good reason—the park is home to some of the most stunning scenery in the state.

If you're planning a trip to the Great Smokies, consider staying at KOA Cherokee. This campground is located just outside the park and offers plenty of amenities, including a swimming pool, Wi-Fi, and a playground.

RV Parks Along the Blue Ridge Parkway

The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469-mile-long scenic road that winds through the Appalachian Mountains. The parkway offers stunning views of the mountains and endless opportunities for hiking, biking, or enjoying the scenery.

If you're planning a trip to the Blue Ridge Parkway, consider staying at Mountain Stream RV Park in Marion. This RV park is located just off the parkway, and it offers beautiful views of the mountains.

Campgrounds Near Charlotte

If you're planning a trip to Charlotte, North Carolina, be sure to visit the McDowell Nature Preserve. This beautiful park is located in the heart of Charlotte and offers plenty of opportunities for nature lovers. The preserve features more than 1,500 acres of natural beauty, including forests, streams, and meadows. It's also home to various wildlife, including deer, birds, and amphibians.

An hour north of Charlotte is Midway Campground. This campground is located in the town of Midway and offers amenities like a swimming pool, WiFi, and a playground.

There are plenty of great North Carolina RV parks. Whether you're looking for a place to stay in the Outer Banks, Mount Airy, or Charlotte, you'll be sure to find the perfect RV park for your needs.

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Recent North Carolina RV Parks Reviews

Nov 28, 2022

"New G section is quiet with nice roads"

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Pulled into what appeared to be another rundown Thousand Trails park but was pleasantly suprised by the G section spots. There appear to be the newest sites in the back of the park. The signage is horrible and most times I got on roads that were sometimes access to camping spots; once I learned the route out I was ok. G secction was very...
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Nov 28, 2022

"Very tiny, tight spaces"

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Nice location but the space was so close to campers on either side there was no privacy. It was a bit noisy from the road noise but tollerable. Spots are on fairly level black top with full hookups. The entrance to the park is way down the road from the sign and a bit of a steap hill to get up to the office to checkin. We had a 2nd car...
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Flat Rock, NC

Lakewood RV Resort

Nov 26, 2022

"Deceiving !"

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This is a full time trailer park with few RV sites . NOT what we expected. Tight quarters w/too many park rules, made it hard to relax & having fun was out of the question! Plans changed along with the weather, so we stayed 1 out of 10 nights. Friendly staff, but not willing to offer refund . Definitely NOT returning

camper-752113
1 review
Nov 23, 2022

"Best experience ever"

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Just checking into this campground was the best experience of any campground ever. The owners and staff greet you at the entrance, talk to you tell you all about the campground, answer any questions you have, ask about you etc. not what I was expecting but very heart warming. Setting up was awesome, Dan the Man, cam to our rescue and helped...
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camper-766815
2 reviews
Waynesville, NC

Creekwood Farm RV Park

Nov 21, 2022

"Super Friendly Next To River"

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Enjoyed my one night stay. Very friendly helpful staff. Nice updates and clean private restroom/shower. Some site back right up to the river. Felt very safe traveling solo. Looks like a great location for outdoor activities. Only reason I didn’t give a five star is the sites themselves were on the small side

Simone
3 reviews