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Rocky Hock is not exactly a destination point, but there are several positive attributes to describe the campground. 1) It was easy to find; the signage was great, just follow the blue camping signs. 2) The sites are really large with easy access so you aren't on top of one another; a real plus since we were in a 41 foot Class A. 3) There is a par 3 course. 4) Our dogs were welcome. 5) We could choose our own site. We stayed in both a non-lake site and a lake site; go for the lake site. 6) There is a really nice "red barn" that is open on the weekend with live country music bands. 7) Relax by the campfire. 8) Visit surrounding farms for fresh produce. 9) Best of all, the family that owns the campground are extremely nice. Some of the other reviews mention gnats and mosquitoes; you are in the middle of cantaloupe and watermelon farms, so yes, you can expect some bugs. The restroom facilities do need some updating. Still, if I am back in the Edenton area, I'll go back to Rocky Hock.

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The park is on the Peace River. You can park on the River sites or enjoy the area closer to the clubhouse. They have Pickle-ball courts (great game). Private park that is worth the membership.

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Great Park! Sites are big, so campers have some privacy. The park has a great swimming pool with a bar and grill. Now they have pickle ball courts, it just added to more things to do at this park.