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The 20 best camping spots in North Carolina.

From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the clear blue sea, and everything in between.

Jordan Lake State Recreation Area

1. Jordan Lake State Recreation Area

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Time at the lake is always time well spent, and really the more time the better! At the Jordan Lake State Recreation Area campgrounds you can stay...

Carl
Carl: Loop C is the best
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Cedar Grove Farm
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2. Cedar Grove Farm

Spend some time at our relaxing farm just 10 miles north of Hillsborough. Our 3 acres are adjacent to many more acres of fields and pastures. We...

The wide variety of landscapes and ecosystems in North Carolina offers some of the most diverse camping on the east coast. Tourists may flock to the popular Outer Banks, but the best North Carolina beach camping can be found along the southeast shores of Hammocks Beach and Carolina Beach State Parks, where dunes, wildlife, and watercolor sunrises are sure to delight. And it's Read more...
The wide variety of landscapes and ecosystems in North Carolina offers some of the most diverse camping on the east coast. Tourists may flock to the popular Outer Banks, but the best North Carolina beach camping can be found along the southeast shores of Hammocks Beach and Carolina Beach State Parks, where dunes, wildlife, and watercolor sunrises are sure to delight. And it's not just the coastal dwellers who can enjoy peaceful beach camping: North Carolina is bursting with lakes, creeks and rivers, so you can fall asleep to the lull of the water and waves no matter where you go. Head west into the wooded Appalachian Mountains for epic state park camping set against the towering blue ridges. And for something off the beaten path, North Carolina offers a variety of private camping locations complete with scenic, open meadows and orchards, decked-out mountain cabins and everything in between.
William B Umstead Campground

3. William B Umstead Campground

William B. Umstead State Park is not far from some of North Carolina’s major metropolitan areas, but it is worlds apart. The campground offers...

Dirk
Dirk: Great park for camping, often not crowded. Easy 20min access into downtown Raleigh. However, right under flight path of RDU...
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Eno River Campground

4. Eno River Campground

Eno River Campground has all the advantages of an outdoor getaway with all the convenience of being near several major towns. Launch a canoe or...

Ezra
Ezra: The Eno River State Park has several campgrounds, and probably my favorite spots for camping in the Triangle area. They're...
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The highest peak east of the Mississippi River is North Carolina's Mount Mitchell, towering over 6,000 feet above sea level.
Falls Lake Campground

5. Falls Lake Campground

Need to shake off the city and recharge the ol’ batteries? Don’t want to drive far? Falls Lake State Recreation area is a good choice, located...

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Jordan Lake Campground

6. Jordan Lake Campground

100% Recommend (4 Campers)

Waterfalls and forests and cliffs, oh my! At Hanging Rock State park you’ve got it all, conveniently located just outside the cities of the triad...

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In 1914, Babe Ruth hit his first home run as a pro in local Lafayetteville.
Half Moon
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7. Half Moon

Enjoy the serenity of listening to the crickets while gazing at the star lit sky. You may also have the opportunity to see birds, squirrels, deer...

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Pilot Mountain Campground

8. Pilot Mountain Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

After a day of climbing Pilot Mountain, a perfect place for hikers and rock climbers, do the right thing and mosey back to your campsite...

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Both Pepsi and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts were invented in North Carolina. Sometimes a little junk food while camping is allowed!
West Morris Mtn. Campground

9. West Morris Mtn. Campground

Primitive by every connotation of the word, West Morris Mtn. Campground boasts no frills, no fuss; it’s simple, distraction-free camping at it’s...

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Kerr Lake State Recreation Area

10. Kerr Lake State Recreation Area

Picture yourself sitting outside listening to the soothing sound of the lake lapping against the shore, watching the sun slowly setting over the...

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The Appalachian Trail winds right across the top of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Badin Horse Camp or Old Horse Camp

11. Badin Horse Camp or Old Horse Camp

Inundated with RV hookups and horse-friendly hiking trails, Old Horse Campground is geared toward the equine savvy among us. However, like many of...

Yates Place Camp

12. Yates Place Camp

Once the site of someone's home, Yates Place Camp is now dotted with inviting campsites and scenic trail hiking. Feel in your element with options...

Dana
Dana: I camped at Yates as part of the Uwharrie Thru-hike, a yearly event hosted by the Central Carolina Land Trust. It is beautiful,...
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Canebrake Horse Camp

13. Canebrake Horse Camp

At Canebrake Horse Camp, you can be assured that your RV will be well catered to; this is one of just a few campgrounds in the area that offer...

Longwood Park Campground

14. Longwood Park Campground

There’s something to be said about convenience. Just pull off Route 15, set up camp, and you’ll be relishing in the beauty of the John H. Kerr...

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Badin Lake Group Camp

15. Badin Lake Group Camp

Developed with the help of local clubs and other large organizations, Baldin Group Campground's explicit aim is to cater to outdoorsy collectives....

Arrowhead Campground

16. Arrowhead Campground

When it comes to mass appeal, Arrowhead Campground is a ture sharpshooter. Dotted with both RV-friendly and primitive, walk-in style campsites,...

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Badin Lake Campground

17. Badin Lake Campground

Lining the lovely Badin Lake, Badin Lake Campground is moated with the endemic hardwoods of Uwharrie National Forest. Each site is furnished with...

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Morrow Mountain Campground

18. Morrow Mountain Campground

If you want to beef up your beginner backpacking skills check out the primitive backcountry campground at Morrow Mountain. Being just two miles...

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Medoc Mountain Campground

19. Medoc Mountain Campground

Feel like you need a chill pill? If you are looking for a tranquil place spend a few nights away, try camping at Medoc Mountain State Park. Tent...

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Cliffs of the Neuse Campground

20. Cliffs of the Neuse Campground

With plenty of hiking trails and a beautiful swimming lake, we have a feeling your friends will give you mad props if you book a place to stay at...

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