6 Parks near Aberdeen, North Carolina
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Aberdeen. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Aberdeen in the left hand column.
Apr 2011 - $38.00
We arrived on a Friday early April for 5 days. We were advised that the dirt road into the campground was a little rough: huge understatement. The road is terrible: huge ruts and holes. And it is about a mile long. They had tried to use pine needles to hide some of the holes on the road inside the park. That does not work. I noticed on other reviews that it looks like the road has been bad for a few years. Was implied that it was this way only because of some recent bad rains. Sites are not clean: a lot of trash all around the park. There were some very old trashy campers in the park that were not being used and looked like they had not been occupied for decades! We paid our Passport America rate for 3 of the nights but even at 50% off, it was over priced. We were told the site we were assigned would have no problem getting our stationary satellite signal: did not happen. We will never stay here again and will never recommend it. - edmarge10
Sep 2009 - $34.00
Terrific peace and quiet, in the Sandhills area of NC. Has hard packed sites and roads, shaded sites, very clean bathhouse and pool. Helpful and friendly staff. The pine needles were being raked and baled during our week-long stay. Not understanding previous posts. We thoroughly enjoyed this park. - campingtime
Jul 2009 - $38.00
Very unkept & attended park. Mostly Permenent sites.Very bad sandy roads access. Would not recommend staying here. - gptexas
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Roads are very dusty and muddy when it rains. I'm a member and it is almost impossible to get a reservation. Very few sites have sewer. The wifi is terrible, no tv reception. Don't be conned into a member here. - mylittledogs
Aug 2016 - $1.00
Resort is very clean. Most sites do not have sewer. The roads are wide and our site was easy to get in and out of. Sites are wide and not crammed together. I felt there is a lot to do at the resort with many planned activities for the kids through out the weekend. It is a family oriented resort and everyone was friendly. - Puckstoper9
Apr 2016 - $9.00
OK family park, very clean. Off the beaten path and lack such full time essentials as park-wide WiFi and full hookup (sewer) at sites. Grounds are very dusty and navigating a big rig can be tricky. OK for a one night stay but not a destination park. Like many of its type it uses the word "resort" a bit too loosely; it is really a very nice campground but not a resort. - Happy Motorhomers
May 2016 - $23.00
Campground is in a beautiful setting right on the New River. The pull-through sites are grass with some holes and lumps in the site. It didn't take much effort to move slightly to find a level spot. The back-in sites are grass and gravel. The utilities are good. We arrived just after they opened for the season so things were still in progress.
Campground is close to Jefferson NC for shopping and Lowes. We arrived from the Blue Ridge Pkwy.
Showers were installed well but hadn't been cleaned as yet.
Kayak rentals are available for river use. WiFi is good, no AT&T service. - Nautilus
Sep 2011 - $17.00
This campground is way off the beaten path. Narrow twisty roads in from interstate. Campground has a number of ongoing infrastructure projects that no one seems to be working on. Holes dug all over the place for apparent work on sewer system. Vast quantities of junk stuff surrounds the office building and is a great detraction. Roads are gravel with many potholes. Campground offers tubing, kayak and canoe rentals. Staff is friendly and helpful. We will not come here again. - nancy42
Oct 2010 - $28.00
We absolutely loved this campground. We had a site right next to the water, large campsite: not crowded at all, plenty of room. Bathhouse is great: clean, neat, really nice showers with lots and lots of hot water. This place is very well managed: they are on top of everything, plus they are friendly, never too busy to lend a hand. We will be going back in the future. - sharmingreg
May 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here for 5 weeks in April-May 2016. Campsite is rustic, signs say it's a nature preserve, and it is very natural. It's an older park and showing its age. The park has the feel of a state park. The showers were clean, but definitely showing signs of age with peeling paint and some mildew on the shower curtains. Owner works very hard to keep things up, but seems to be a little overwhelmed with all the work. We enjoyed getting to know her, she is very protective of the park and its tenants.
It was formerly open to day use (the lake beach) and overnight camping, but it now has a one-week minimum. Mostly long-term campers, and most seemed to have a connection with Ft. Bragg army base in Fayetteville. One thing to be aware of: because of all the pine trees, I later spent many hours cleaning pine sap off my camper and tow vehicle. Take some cleaner with you and get it while it's fresh. - TechiePhil
Nov 2015 - $14.00
The good: Lots of trees, quiet, good electric, clean level sites, satellite dish hookup available at some sites, beautiful lake, owner is attentive and accommodating. The 'okay': WiFi (DSL). The bad: The mile long driveway is gravel, rough, and gets muddy during rains. Well water is brown. Tight maneuvering for large rigs due to overgrown trees. The pictures on this park's website appear to be from several years ago. This park has the potential to be great with some much needed TLC. Several sites are no longer usable due to erosion and disrepair. The rate shown is based on a monthly stay. - RVhappyHere
Nov 2015 - $45.00
The owner is a sweetheart. You will feel like you are part of the family as soon as you talk to her on the phone. This is a very nice, relaxing campground, and the owners keep a tight rein on things to make sure it stays that way. The turns in and out of the sites can be tricky with the abundance of long leaf pines in the park, along with lots of scrub oaks, sassafras and persimmon trees. But it is doable. The lake is great, crystal clear water. They have a beach with white sand so sunbathing while the kids swim is a daily event. We like this campground as a quick weekend getaway spot. - RVorBust
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Very shaded spot. Gravel site with dirt forest floor for a patio. Picnic table. Right next to a small airport, however, the few small private planes landing are not annoying-they do not land at night. 100 yards from the Pic&Pig barbecue which is highly rated in the state. Good WiFi. We stayed for 2 weeks. Will stay here again. Very close to Pinehurst if you are a golfer. - runamuka
Jul 2016 - $35.00
As the owner told us, this place is NOT an RV Resort. It is, however, a perfectly acceptable place to stay that is quiet and close/convenient to Pinehurst. We came for the golf, not for lounging at the RV park. As others have described, this is a small (16 spaces) RV park located at a private airport. The spaces themselves are mostly back-in, with a couple of pull-throughs. Most of the spots are taken by long-term renters, but no problems there, other than they go to work early. Utilities worked, although we had low water pressure. I wouldn't count on getting satellite access - there are a LOT of trees. You might get lucky, but probably not. No cable, but we got a bunch of over-the-air channels from Raleigh and Greensboro. Awesome place for a dog - lots of room to roam and play! No facilities at all - no restrooms or showers - you need to be self-contained. The Pik-n-Pig BBQ restaurant across the street is excellent - and busy. The good news is they close at 8. After that, it is very quiet and dark (no night operations at the airport). Note that the restaurant is cash or local check only (ATM on site). The RV park is also cash or check - no credit cards. The owner is very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again if we go to play more golf at Pinehurst! - FireFlyer
Apr 2016 - $35.00
This is just a small park with 15 (I think) sites, all full hookup with water, electric, sewer. Never did meet the owner/operator, did all business by email and phone. Cash or check payment only. Park was rustic, no real improvements, except the sites themselves. As others mentioned, the prices is not a bargain, but it was where we needed to be to be near family. The park is a bit out of the way, but easy to find via GPS
Our site (#2) was perfectly level.
Everything was fine, no complaints since we weren't expecting much.
No issues with the airport, which is just a private grass landing strip for small planes.
There are a few pull-through sites. Ours was back-in, but easy. A very large MH was next door, seemed to have plenty of room. - TechiePhil
15340 Palmer Rd, Marston, NC 28363 Marston, North Carolina 28363 (map) | (910) 266-8372
Sites: 26 | Latest Rate: $33.00 | 5 Reviews
Jun 2015 - $33.00
36' Class A pulling compact car. Spent two days. Google Maps has address wrong so keep going another 1/2 mi and you'll see the sign/gate. Park is now named "Oasis of North Carolina". No issues maneuvering around park. Most spots are pull-thru. Longer rigs would be fine as long as you avoid spots 1-5 as they are too narrow to turn into. 50A on all spots. Very quiet here with no real amenities which is fine for us. Bath house (toilet/shower/washer/dryer) was a bit unfinished but very clean. Trails are short but nice. Closest food is 10 miles to Laurinburg. A few negatives: Picnic table was not safe due to rotted wood joints. No WiFi - the owner's unapologetic answer to this was that we could just use the computer in his home or go buy a hotspot (website indicates WiFi available). Grass was cut but overall the park seemed a bit unkempt with tall weeds and a few old piles of brush. Check-in was simple but a very messy office in the owners house gave the impression of poor management. Online registration did not work and owner didn't know why. Quite a few RV dogs here and all seemed well behaved with one exception: The park asks that all pets remain leashed while the park owners' dogs are allowed to run wild. If you like to chase dogs out of your RV and watch them poop under your window, this place is for you. No attempt was made to pick up after these specific dogs. This place has only the stuff you need. The low rating is for the dogs and the "take it or leave it" attitude from the owner. We consider this poor customer service from an RV park. - RVr1992
Jul 2014 - $33.00
Park is now known as Oasis of North Carolina. Nothing special about this park but really the only thing within the Pinehurst area. We were here to visit friends so were not looking for amenities other than hookups, which is about all this park has going for it. The roads are dirt, weeds, and gravel with the sites being sand, dirt, and gravel. They have cleaned up the park since our visit last year so it appears they are trying. Sites are all different sizes. Most are back ins. We got site 6 which is a very long pull through and will allow you to get a satellite signal if you position your rig properly. Wi-Fi is free but is really slow. If you need to be in this area I would say it is a good place to stop, but don't expect much. - mcharland
Apr 2012 - $38.00
Although the owners were very nice and seemed to be trying to get the grounds in order, it was not well organized. The office was a cluttered computer room in their home, which made it crowded when two people showed up to register about the same time. If you are looking to just spend a say or two and aren't concerned with amenities, then this place is fine. otherwise, no so much. The "dog area" had grass about 3 foot high... not so good for little dogs, (dogs are supposed to be leashed, but theirs run free) their site talks about domes to rent... we only saw one in the campground, which is small enough to see everything from one site. Need to have garbage picked up around the grounds and in the garbage area. Hook ups are all new. Website registering seemed to cause them some confusion, even though it was a link from their website. Oh well, nice people, small place with no real amenities other than hook-ups. - fandktoys