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Spruce Pine, NC

Welcome to beautiful Western North Carolina, the setting for our delightful campground in Spruce Pine. With our lush forests and mountain views, you'll find plenty to enjoy at Bear Den Family Campground in the High Country Area of North Carolina, a fabulous camping destination. With our setting near Charlotte, Linville, and Bakersville, you'll find plenty of attractions and festivals when you stay at our campground near Asheville, North Carolina.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our park is ideally set of Highway 221 and Highway 226, making it easy to set out on day trips to explore the area. Take in the spectacular Linville Gorge, known as the Grand Canyon of North Carolina, or spend a day exploring Little Switzerland or taking in the fun at the Scottish Highland Games.

You can plan a visit to Linville Falls to watch the rushing waters or explore the depths of Linville Caverns. Take the family for a Wild West experience at Tweetsie Railroad, North Carolina's Original Family Theme Park, then enjoy a drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway. You can even enjoy our North Carolina Mineral and Gem Festival and the Museum of North Carolina Minerals.

Jacksonville, NC

Welcome to the stunning North Carolina coast, home to Cabin Creek Campground in Jacksonville. When you come Carolina camping with us, you'll enjoy nearby attractions like historic Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, the Marine School of Infantry East at Camp Geiger, and the stunning Outer Banks Islands. You can also experience activities like fishing, boating, golfing, shopping, antique hunting, sightseeing, and more! So join us today and see why our area is known for more than just the beautiful white-sand beaches.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our Jacksonville RV park is set north of charming Wilmington and within a short drive of more than ten Jacksonville golf courses. We are also near Topsail Island with its twenty-six miles of white Carolina sand. And of course you can always enjoy shopping in our own Jacksonville Mall!

We offer superb amenities at Cabin Creek Campground, such as full hook-ups for RVs, pull-thru sites, tent camping, and wi-fi internet access. When you come Jacksonville camping, you can enjoy our on-site playground, camp store, propane, free hot showers, and self-service laundry. Ours is a family-friendly campground that's just perfect for your next Carolina camping vacation. So pay us a visit today and see what camping near Wilmington and Camp Lejeune is all about!

Asheville, NC

The Blue Ridge Mountains offer the best camping in North Carolina. Join us at Campfire Lodgings for a memorable camping vacation, all set near the Blue Ridge Parkway. We welcome big rigs, tent campers, and renters, so come to the Asheville area today and see why you'll love camping in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Book your campsite using our online reservation system.

At Campfire Lodgings, we offer mountain top camping in premium RV sites with wireless internet access, in rental cabins, yurts, and primitive campsites. Our mountain views are unsurpassed. We're set in a prime spot for outdoor activities such as hiking, mountains biking, kayaking, and canoeing. Come fishing at Sliding Rock, or horseback riding and mountain climbing.

We're set nearby downtown Asheville, a great spot for shopping and dining. Tour Asheville's sumptuous Biltmore House or hike the nature trails at Chimney Rock Park. Our park is easy to reach -- we're set off Highway 26 and Highway 40, right near the Blue Ridge Parkway. Join us for splendid camping!

Stoneville, NC

The peaceful woods and magnificent outcroppings are the backdrop for a vacation stay at Dan River Campground in Stoneville, North Carolina. Easy to access from the junction of US 220 and Hwy 135, this Piedmont Region campground is open year round and welcomes RVers and tent campers alike, with a convenient online reservation system to help plan your trip. Located on the banks of the idyllic Dan River, water recreation is the main attraction for guests of the campground, including swimming, fishing, tubing, canoeing and kayaking.

With its light rapids and islands, the Dan River is not only picturesque, but perfect for beginners as well as for those with more experience on the water. Family canoe trips from the Dan River Campground last anywhere between two to six hours, and tubing excursions can last up to five hours, so make sure you take along sunscreen, water shoes and drinks for your relaxing adventure. If you want to stay closer to camp, the on-site swimming pool, bass pond and walking trails will give you plenty of opportunity for outdoor activity.

For a fun trip away from the campground, make sure to visit charming downtown Reidsville, North Carolina, which features sensational shopping and dining, an antique district, downtown farmer''''s market and many special events and festivals. Another fantastic destination is the Hanging Rock State Park in nearby Danbury, just 30 miles from the campground, with its famous rock outcropping and fabulous views of the Piedmont Plateau. The Virginia Museum of Natural History offers interesting exhibits for all ages and Old Salem historic site is another must see landmark to stop by when camping at Dan River Campground. Dan River Campground is 25 minutes from NASCAR racing at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, VA.

Laurel Springs, NC

Mountains, motorcycles and mouthwatering meals all add up to a memorable stay at Freeborne's Eatery & Lodge, right next door to the popular Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina. Travel back in time to the fun of the '50s in the renovated motor lodge, cottages and cabins. Enjoy toe-tapping music on the outdoor stage and in the lounge, and savor the restaurant specialties that draw rave reviews. Reservations are quick and easy with the online reservation system.

Motel rooms are built with knotty pine walls and come with two full beds, full bathroom, heating and air conditioning and cable television. A suite is available with two bedrooms and adjoining bathrooms, a large great room for entertaining and a fully equipped kitchen. Two one-bedroom cottages are cozy and private, but not far from the fun of Freeborne's. You can also rent The House, which has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, full eat-in kitchen, living room and dining room. A favorite spot to relax is the wraparound porch, perfect for listening to the music drifting over from the outdoor stage. Snug cabins sleep two, and tent campers are always welcome.

Freeborne's is a great hub to appreciate the natural beauty of the mountains. Blue Ridge Parkway, known as America's Favorite Drive, is a leisurely route through Appalachian mountain history. Leave your vehicle and stretch your legs on one of the many trails and take the time to picnic, fish and snap photographs. A canoe ride on the New River reveals up close the wildflowers and birds. Marvel at The Blowing Rock and the Linville Caverns. Both adults and children will find the Tweetsie Railroad theme park the fast track to fun. Quaint towns around preserve their heritage and are good stopping points for shopping, music, antiques, wine tasting and theater.

Wilson, NC

The rolling hills of the Coastal Plains region of North Carolina is the setting for the family friendly and amenity packed Kampers Lodge Campground in the historic town of Wilson. With an online reservations system and easy to access from both I-95 and US 64, the camp offers premium sites for RVers and tent campers alike. Geographically centered between New York and Florida and two hours from the Atlantic Ocean, the camp boasts a swimming pool and enjoys close proximity to Lake Wilson and the Buckhorn Reservoir for excellent fishing, swimming and boating.

The town of Wilson offers visitors many enjoyable things to do such as the unique Imagination Station Science Museum, a science and technology center located in the historic Wilson Federal Courthouse. Walk through a giant mouth or take a spin as a human gyro as you discover how and why things work with the help of over 200 interactive exhibits. Another Wilson must-see is the Rose Garden, with over 1,100 plants consisting of 165 varieties from old garden roses to modern hybrids.

For an educational experience you won't soon forget, the Tobacco Farm Life Museum is an internationally recognized facility dedicated to preserving the history and cultural heritage of eastern North Carolina farm life and is located only 15 miles from the campground. There are plenty of restaurants, shops, art galleries and historic sites in the town of Wilson, as well as over 30 antique stores, giving campers plenty of things to do just a short distance from camp. For a camping experience to remember in the idyllic countryside of North Carolina, and plenty of area attractions to keep you busy, the Kampers Lodge Campground is the perfect place to pitch your tent.

Bryson City, NC

The majestic mountain ranges of western North Carolina are just outside your door when camping at Kirkland Creek Campground in Bryson City, located a short drive from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With convenient access to Hwy 74, the campground offers guests easy to use online reservations and has plenty of RV sites and tent sites, as well as several rental cabins from which to choose. Close proximity to the Tuckaseegee River affords plenty of opportunities for fishing and boating and the onsite swimming pool at this seasonal camp, open from April 1 to October 31, provides the perfect spot to cool off on a warm summer day.

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park provides the perfect backdrop for a camping vacation to remember, with forested mountains full of regional wildlife such as deer, elk, fox, and over 30 different bird species. 2,000 plus miles of streams are perfect for trout fishing and over 800 miles of trails are available for hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding. Just a twelve mile drive from this scenic park, the Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469 mile stretch of road known as 'America┬┐s Favorite Drive' and has many overlooks, picnic areas, trails and historic sites to stop at along the way.

The Nantahala Outdoor Center, also close to camp, is an ideal white-water rafting venue, as well as kayaking and canoeing on the many area rivers. For a little indoor activity, Harrah's Cherokee Casino, just ten miles away, is one of the state's largest attractions, with live shows, five restaurants, and more than 3,500 video gaming machines. Whether hiking to the waterfalls of Cade's Cove, or touring through the quaint towns that dot the region, Kirkland Creek Campground is the perfect base camp from which to discover the mountain region of North Carolina.

Marion, NC

Come camping in the Blue Ridge Mountains for gorgeous scenery and fall color. At Mountain Stream RV Park, our campground provides a lovely splash of the outdoors, just miles away from the Blue Ridge Parkway. With our stunning surroundings, we're the ideal spot for your next camping vacation. Choose our mountain oasis and come camping in North Carolina! Our online reservation system makes it easy to book your campsite or RV site today.

Our mountain setting provides the perfect backdrop for hiking and mountain biking. Take up fly fishing in Buck Creek, a stream that flows directly behind our campsites, or go hunting in the Blue Ridge Mountains. You might enjoy a day excursion to tour the Linville Caverns, or hike to the dramatic Linville Falls and Rolling Rock.

The nearby city of Asheville is an excellent spot for shopping and dining out. Head there to explore the trails and open spaces of Chimney Rock Park, or take a tour of Biltmore House, America's largest home. Whether you come for the trout fishing, or to spend the day with the family at Tweetsie Railroad, North Carolina's original family theme park, you're sure to feel welcome in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Lake Lure, NC

Vacationing in a rustic chalet in the beautiful rolling foothills of Western North Carolina will be the making of a breathtakingly memorable vacation and that is just what RCE Rentals in Lake Lure, North Carolina, promises. Your rental chalet can easily be reached off Exit 85 on Route I-40, eight miles east of Chimney Rock and 60 minutes from Ashville or Henderson. For the area, the view, the outdoor activities and the rustic chalet, make a reservation online now and start packing for fun.

The charming chalet is clean, comfortable, smoke and pet free and sits on five acres right next to the Broad River. Go no farther than to your own back door to canoe, swim, fish and tube. There are two bedrooms and a loft, full bath, laundry facilities, fully equipped kitchen and phone in the chalet. Your stay may be for just a weekend or a week, but we guarantee it will not be long enough.

A short distance away from the chalet you will find opportunities for horseback riding, tennis and golfing. Visit beautiful Chimney Rock Park, just eight miles away. When day is done, you will be happy to return to the privacy and peace of your RCE Rentals chalet.

Rutherfordton, NC

River Creek, open year-round, is located in Rutherfordton, North Carolina, just off Highway 64/74A-E, in the scenic foothills of the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains. Conveniently situated just 10 miles from Chimney Rock, home of the beautiful Chimney Rock Park, and the sparkling waters of Lake Lure, River Creek offers a variety of local attractions as well as all of the amenities you'd hope to find. For an excellent camping experience in North Carolina, visit our convenient online reservations system and solidify your camping plans.

At River Creek, campers and pets are treated to a large campground with plenty to do and lots to see. Amenities include full hookups with internet access and pull throughs, a convenience store, chapel services, laundry facilities, clean restrooms and showers, and an onsite repair service. For added fun, a bike ramp, swimming, river rafting and boat rentals are available, as well as arcade games, a playground, and tranquil picnic areas.

While visiting our campground, we encourage guests to take a day trip to the Hendersonville Memory Garden, the burial place of several country music greats, including Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. Another memorable site that gets great reviews is Grandfather Mountain with its 100-foot swinging bridge. If it's sightseeing you're after or a quiet picnic beside the water, River Creek has it all.

Fletcher, NC

Rutledge Lake Travel Park is set in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, in Fletcher, off I-26 between Asheville and Henderson and their attractions and activities. Ours is a complete campground with all the amenities and facilities to make for an unforgettable camping experience. Reservations for your campsite can be made online to secure your space.

Since we are only a stone's throw from Rutledge Lake, you can count on lots of water sports, activity and fun. Fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and paddle boating are popular pastimes and our kids' fun beach features a shallow water area, so there is safety for them and fun for all. Throughout the year we plan live entertainment for our guests, such as gospel concerts, hot dog suppers and ice cream socials. Our convenience store may come in handy for the odds and ends you forgot to bring.

Trips to nearby Asheville and Henderson can be for sightseeing at Chimney Rock Lake or Lake Lure or for shopping, great downtown restaurants, sightseeing on a drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway, exploring state parks and museums or viewing historical sights. There is no doubt that a vacation at Rutledge Lake Travel Park will provide wonderful memories of North Carolina.

Mill Spring, NC

Welcome to Silver Creek Campground in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, an idyllic spot for outdoor pursuits. Enjoy our large wooded sites, camp store, and swimming pool. At our RV park near Columbus we strive to provide everything you need for a comfortable visit. Join us on your next camping vacation! The online reservations system makes it easy to plan your trip.

Set in the town of Mill Springs, off Interstate 26, Silver Creek Campground is ideally situated to let you take full advantage of our natural wonderland. From here it's easy to go hiking and mountain biking in the Blue Ridge foothills or tubing on the sparkling Green River. Spend a day enjoying pleasant Lake Lure, a great spot for fishing and boating.

From the hiking trails at Chimney Rock Park Scenic Attraction to the views along the Blue Ridge Parkway, our region has something for every visitor. Head to Asheville to tour the magnificent and sumptuous Biltmore Estate, America's largest home. Spend your day shopping in Asheville, hiking the hills for a sunset view, or simply relaxing in camp.

Clemmons, NC

Green woods, fabulous golfing, and plenty of cultural attractions are just a part of what makes Tanglewood Park so very special. Tanglewood is a 1,200-acre park of rolling hills, original forests and open pastures along the banks of the Yadkin River. You'll enjoy great camping activities like golfing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, and picnics.

Roanoke Rapids, NC

Welcome to the RV Resort at Carolina Crossroads, our family-friendly campground in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. Our park is set right near attractions like Carolina Crossroads and the Randy Parton Theatre, two amazing places to visit for live country music, performances, and shows by legendary artists. We're also set near the Roanoke River and Lake Gaston, beautiful spots for fishing (for striped bass, large mouth bass, crappie, sunfish, and catfish) or sailing, canoeing, motor boating, and water skiing.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our park is set off Interstate 95 in Historic Halifax County, also known as the "Birthplace of Independence." You'll find homes dating back to the 1800s and tours through historic buildings like the Sally Billy House, the Burgess House, the Halifax County Jail, and the Owens House. You can also attend the "First for Freedom" outdoor drama to learn more about this area's dramatic past.

We offer superb amenities at RV Resort at Carolina Crossroads with our free wi-fi internet access, full hook-ups at every campsite, and eight brand new rental cabins. Our park will celebrate its grand opening in October 2007, and we invite you to join us! This family-friendly park will be open year round, so you can camp with us during any season, enjoying camping near the Carolina Crossroads Entertainment Park. Pay us a visit today and see all that North Carolina camping has to offer.

Washington, NC

The sun-kissed winds of eastern North Carolina welcome you at Tranters Creek Resort and Campground. Located off Highway 264, in Washington, North Carolina, our resort offers plenty of fun-filled activities as well as peaceful surroundings. Imagine dangling your feet in Tranter's Creek as you breathe in the fresh, woodsy air. Or, visit Tranters Creek Resort and Campground and experience the real thing!

Variety is the spice of life and here at Tranters Creek Resort and Campground, there are endless things to enjoy! Take advantage of our huge pool or, lounge around under the covered pavilion. Our playground and game room provide hours of entertainment for the young at heart! Grab supplies or a cool drink in our camp store or try for a hole in one on our putt-putt course. Get to know your fellow campers at a bingo game or pot-luck dinner! And, no matter where you like to sleep, we've got you covered. We offer tent and RV sites along with rental cabins.

If you'd like to explore the area, you're in for a treat. The town of Washington is most certainly a place to play! Enjoy tasty cuisine or unique shopping at the Waterfront District. Or, if you'd prefer some adventure, charter a trip onto the cool waters. At Goose Creek State Park, enjoy nature at its best. Canoe, hike, or, swim the day away under the shady trees. Whatever your idea of vacation is, a visit to Tranters Creek Resort and Campground is sure to fulfill your wishes!

Bryson City, NC

Marston, NC

Welcome to Long Leaf Pine Oasis, our newly-built campground near Pinehurst, North Carolina. With more than forty golf courses nearby, this area is known for golf! It's also a fantastic place to come for hiking and biking, antique shopping, dining, museums, boating, and more. Our North Carolina campground opened in June 2007, so we have brand-new facilities like free wi-fi wireless internet access throughout the park. You can camp in one of our dome cabins, park your RV in our back-in or pull-thru spaces, or bring your tent for tent camping.

Book your campsite or RV site today with our handy online reservations system. Our park is set in the town of Marston, North Carolina, just off U.S. Highway 15/501. This makes a convenient stop for people traveling to Myrtle Beach, the coast, or toward a golfing get-together. Long Leaf Pine Oasis is about 20 miles south of Southern Pines and 10 miles north of Laurinburg. You can make our park into your home away from home while you head out on day trips to the Rockingham Dragway, to St. Andrews Presbyterian College, or to the Fayetteville Airborne and Special Operations Museum.

We offer full hook-ups for RVs at Long Leaf Pine Oasis, as well as a camp store, a lake, basketball court, playground, and community center. Plan your next get-together at our Sandhills RV park and take advantage of our 10% discount for booking 5 sites at one time online! Once you're here, you can relax in our lovely natural setting, enjoying our excellent weather, the hiking trails, and the peaceful atmosphere. With all there is to see and do in our area, from historic homes to boutique shops, we know you're going to enjoy camping with us at our RV park near Pinehurst, NC.

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Asheville, NC

Westbound on I-40 - Take Exit 47, cross over Hwy 191 onto South Bear Creek Road, go 0.3 miles; follow signs. Eastbound on I-40 - Take Exit 47 and cross over Interstate. Take Left onto S. Bear Creek Road and follow signs. Coming from I-26 West, go to I-40 East then take Exit 47. Open: Year Round. 150 sites including individual tenting area, 42 pull-thru sites, 82 with full hookups. Rec room, coin games, swimming pool, basketball hoop, bike rentals and horseshoes. Cable TV. Only 3 miles to Biltmore House, 5 miles to Civic Center, 2.5 miles to new Biltmore Mall.

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