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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground did not have restroom facilities. However, that is not what bothered me. The gnats were terrible and they bothered us all day. Also there were these little burrs that stuck in our shoe strings, socks, and in the dogs fur. They were all over the grass area and felt like pins sticking us. When the sun went down the gnats left but the mosquitoes were so bad we couldn't stand to be outside. I would not go to this campground ever again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The positives about this campground are the sites are large, and, David's New Red Barn. It is a new on-site building which has entertainment/dancing on Friday and Saturday nights. Anyone who enjoys country, oldies and gospel music will love this place. The family that owns this campground and entertainment facility are very warm and friendly. The negatives when we stayed here were the gnats and the building that housed the game room, restrooms and laundry. The locals told us the Rocky Hock area has gnats from Spring through Summer because of the melon farming. We couldn't be outside without being covered by them. The restrooms were not clean enough to use, the fluorescent light in the men's room was out, and very dim in the ladies. The game room's pool tables and miscellaneous other furnishings were covered in dust and hundreds of dead bugs. There were three clear plastic trash bags of molding garbage of food and paper plates in one corner that had not been removed during our three night stay. This building appears to be a very old farm building (lumber is peeling off the exterior), that probably should be destroyed and a new facility built for the safety and health of their guests. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This may not be the most modern facility we have ever stayed at but it was one of the nicest. Be there on a Friday night and get treated to a good old fashion country music get together performed by three generations of locals. If people make the difference then this one tops the list. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a new CG and the owner goes to a lot of trouble to make his guests welcome. Overall it is clean and well kept, however since they're just starting out it's still a little rough around the edges. Their prices are very reasonable and reflect the owner's effort to attract new business. They are the only CG in the area that I've been able to find, however they should not be considered a 'last resort' by any means. I've stayed there twice this year (for 3 nights each) and would not hesitate to go back again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.