Experience the Best of North Carolina

Discover the best Campgrounds, RV Parks, and things to do.

Enjoy a relaxing getaway in the Tar Heel State at one of our partner campgrounds! Whether you’re a tent camper, a glamper or an RVer, you’ll find a place to camp that will suit your needs and your budget. When you use our platform to plan your camping adventures you’ll have the best campgrounds in North Carolina right at your fingertips. From the Outer Banks to Asheville and the triangle to Charlotte, you can camp your way across North Carolina with us!

North Carolina Coast

The Outer Banks alone is a hidden jewel you can only find in North Carolina! Offering everything from sight-seeing, deep sea fishing, sailing or just sun bathing and a quiet week or two away from it all, the North Carolina beaches will accommodate! If you are into history, the riverwalk of Wilmington or New Bern feature reproductions of historic ships.

Many coastal forts from past battles dot the dunes. Visit turn of the century shops and coastal communities that seem lost in time. Or explore one of the many lighthouses that oversee the coast. The North Carolina beaches are a hundred plus miles of adventure and discovery waiting to happen! Nature lovers will want to tour the Elizabethan Gardens or visit the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island, with thousands of fish and some hands-on experiences of local marine life. You can also experience “The Lost Colony’ an outdoor historic drama of the original settling for North Carolina.

Wild ponies have called Ocracoke Island home since the days of early Spanish settlements. Learn about pirates, tall tales, tall ships and where Blackbeard finally perished. All just a ferry ride from Hatteras Island. Albemarle’s medieval English architecture, museums and tours are fascinating. Travel further north and visit Dismal Swamp State Park where a natural, unspoiled habitat abounds.

Aviation fans will want to visit the National Memorial at Kitty Hawk and the hill of the Wright Brothers first flight. The rolling dunes of the area are perfect for anyone ready to hang-glide off nearby Jockey’ Ridge in Kill Devil Hills!

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North Carolina Mountains

Grandfather Mountain, Blowing Rock, Mount Mitchell and Linville Cavern provide some breathtaking sites as you travel along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

They feature some of the tallest peaks in the Southeast. The Great Smoky Mountains comprises one of the largest unspoiled highland ranges in the south. Whether you enjoy hiking, snow skiing, golfing or just nature and some peace and quiet among the wildflowers, you can find it here.

The mountains offer a unique natural splendor that takes you back in time. From sparkling rivers teaming with rainbow trout to peaceful walks to see the colors change in the fall. Small, quaint cities dot the sloping landscape and offer a myriad of year-round activities and options for shopping or dining. Enjoy breathtaking views of Beech Mountain’s mile high resort.Tour the Biltmore House in Asheville, its gardens and even a winery.

Other popular sites include the Tweetsie Railroad, and Carl Sandburg’s House. All just a short drive away from your RV Park!.

Whether you are into the arts or sports, history or high technology, you’ll find something to capture your interest in North Carolina’s Piedmont section. From the best of city life to the relaxed serenity of the countryside, you’ll find you are only minutes from discovering something new and wonderful about the area.

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North Carolina Piedmont

Whether you are into the arts or sports, history or high technology, you’ll find something to capture your interest in North Carolina’s Piedmont section. From the best of city life to the relaxed serenity of the countryside, you’ll find you are only minutes from discovering something new and wonderful about the area.

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Fun Facts North Carolina

  • North Carolina has 1,500 lakes of 10 acres or more in size and 37,000 miles of fresh water streams.
  • The Appalachian Mountains dominate the western portion of North Carolina with the highest peak sitting over 6,600 feet in the air.The Great Smoky Mountains are one of the greatest attractions in the area and can be driven thru on the 250 mile long Blue Ridge Parkway.
  • North Carolina borders many diverse areas including the Atlantic Ocean and several other states. That gives it a wide range of options
  • In terms of landscape and activities. You can enjoy the coast, the Piedmont, or the mountains all within the same state.
  • North Carolina coasts have 900 square miles of water surrounding them.
  • The Edisto River Canoe & Kayak Trail covers 66 miles of the river for which it is named. The Edisto is reputed to be the world’s longest free flowing “blackwater stream”.
  • The Outer Banks of North Carolina hosts some of the most beautiful beaches in the country.
  • The Upper Whitewater Falls is the highest cascade in eastern America descending for nearly 411 feet.
  • Mount Mitchell in the Blue Ridge Mountains is the highest peak east of the Mississippi. It towers 6,684 feet above sea level.
  • The Biltmore Estate in Asheville is America’s largest home.
  • Fontana Dam is the tallest dam in the Eastern United States at 480 feet.
  • Beech Mountain is Eastern America’s highest town at 5,506 feet above sea level.
  • North Carolina has the largest state-maintained highway system in the US. The state’s highway system currently has 77,400 miles of roads.