7 RV Parks near Belville, North Carolina
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Belville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Belville in the left hand column.
Nov 2017 - $55.00
Averaged $55 per night: weekday, weekend and Thanksgiving rates, very confusing. Excellent staff, very helpful. Sites are close together. A LOT of traffic outside of campground on Rte. 17. Neighbors next door had four very loud barking dogs that barked at everything that went by there camper, all day long, no barking dog policy in campground. Overall the campground is one of the nicest, cleanest KOAs I have stayed in. Staff is awesome and always available. Best Camp Store I have ever seen, KOA or elsewhere. Will be back next year, hopefully without the barking dogs. Also rented a Deluxe cabin for the kids, very nice, good space for two, gets a little crowded with three, fully furnished, great little cabin put overpriced. Could have got a hotel room for much less. - Wacker
Oct 2017 - $79.00
We stayed 2 nights. Overall very nice. We had a gravel/rock pad with a deluxe concrete patio site. Sites were level and well maintained with good gravel/rock coverage. The bathhouse was very nice and spotless. The office had a well-stocked store and their laundry room was outstanding with newer washers and dryers and enough of both and a waiting area with comfortable furniture a TV and magazines, just off of the main office area. The Staff was great and very helpful. - Steven Webb
Oct 2017 - $70.00
One of the best KOA's we have stayed in and we have been cross country three times. We did reserve a patio site, and it was a little over priced but after a couple horrible campgrounds we were ready for a nice site. Super clean and I'm glad I didn't take my credit card into the general store!! I would be broke. They are super nice and we definitely will be back. - Marisd
Aug 2016 - $31.00
These are nice people and the campground is convenient to Carolina Beach. It was available and inexpensive. Now for the real review. I was lucky. I have family on the island so I spent most of my time there, not in the campground. The sign says established in 1963 and there haven't been any improvements since. The driveway was potholes with some dirt mixed in. We found our spot which was supposed to be a pull thru. It probably could have been had it not been for the tree on one side and the power pole on the other. I got backed in though from the other side. A bit tight but I made it. Got everything hooked up and of course one of my boys has to use the bathroom almost immediately. He went to wash his hands and the smell of rotten eggs permeated the camper. The water smelled horrible. I talked to another camper there and he was running two charcoal water filters inline with each other to make it bearable. The pool was similar in color to the Olympic Diving pool in Rio, a nice greenish hue. The WiFi was available almost everywhere. I connected to four different access points and got mind blowing speeds just short of 1Mbps. That's more than double what dial-up can provide. The campground is more suited to the permanent residents as there are many on site. If you have somewhere else to shower and brush your teeth, then thus is a good place to hook up and lay your head at night. If you need the campground facilities, go somewhere else. - archerspoon
Apr 2016 - $34.00
It is easy to confuse this campground with the Carolina Beach State Park. There is indeed Wi-Fi over this entire campground. We received a map when checking in which clearly shows 16 hotspots. This is also indicated on their website. The sites are actually quite large and none of them are un-level or sandy. People should really pay closer attention to at least the correct name of the business! Overall it's not a bad place. Very shady, quiet, and close to the water. - Splizz
Jun 2014 - $33.00
We did not actually stay here. We had a site reserved for 3 nights, pulled in, and pulled right back out. The website pictures are absolutely NOTHING like the actual campground. The sites are extremely small, and are awning to awning. The office was very dark inside (there were lights that were burned out and different colored bulbs), I sent several emails to them and never got a response, and the lady in the office was not very friendly. The pool looks like a concrete bowl, the sites are not level, It is really run-down and not easily accessible with anything other than a pop up or a tent!! - jennablair
May 2017 - $20.00
We stayed in a full hookup site which was quite large with partial shade. We were able to get a sat signal (Dish) in the site. The park is nice, several hiking trails and close to Carolina Beach. About 20-30 minutes from Wilmington. - 0nTheRoad
Apr 2017 - $28.00
Okay, no doubt about it, we would stay here again. First time camping near a beach, and this was near enough. Great park with good hiking trails, access to Cape Fear River at Marina. Had kayaks, but chose to spend time at beach and fishing off piers at Kure Beach a few miles south. Two loops in campground, with a few cabins between. Full hookup on site #004 was our choice, and had plenty of room to park, and much space between sites. Enjoyed our stay immensely and wanted to stay longer (but headed to VA for Shenandoah River). Biking only allowed on roads, not trails. But nice ride to marina and back got our exercise in. Nature lovers rejoice, as this campground displays various levels of coastal region habitats. Carnivorous plants indigenous here. STAFF was so helpful, friendly, informative. Great people at marina and park office. Be aware, park closes at 9:00 during this season (I think 10:00 pm in busy season) so you may be facing a locked gate if you return late. - Damon-Becky
Apr 2017 - $23.00
We stayed for four nights. It was $23/night plus a $12 one-time "transaction fee". This is a lovely state park with lots of space. The park has several trails and interior roads for walking and bicycling plus it boasts a nice marina and boat launch. There are many trash cans and recycle bins so there's always one nearby. Our site offered full hook-ups (50amp/water/sewer). The park does not offer wifi. We received Verizon cell and Sprint Mifi signals. We could not get DirecTV from our roof-mounted dish. I suspect you could find a sat signal with a remote dish and a little bit of effort. Our site was very long with good distance between neighbors. Three things to mention: 1. Check-in is at the marina office which means you drive through the entire park to the very end. At the end (marina area) is a good size parking lot which is primarily used for empty boat trailers. The idea is that you'll park (although no area is designated for campers), check-in, continue circling the parking lot and drive back to the campground (which you passed on the way in). Here's the catch - if the parking lot is full and if you have a big rig, you might have a hard time circling it. The lot wasn't full when we were there so we didn't have a problem but I can see drama ensuing on a busy day. I don't know why they don't check-in campers at the Visitor Center which is near the park entrance. 2. The front gate locks at 9pm - no key and no code - not our preference. If there's an emergency, it's nice to know you can get out. 3. Water pressure was intermittently low or very low. It's was never quite right but not a big issue for us. Historic Downtown Wilmington is approx 13 miles but the drive is surface streets so it takes longer than you might expect. We found the park to be very pretty and peaceful. It was easy to relax and difficult to leave. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - GottaGoNow
Oct 2013 - $40.00
Grass parking lot in typical, mid-level beach resort area. Full hookups, including cable, work well, but there's a fee for Wi-Fi. No restrooms or showers. Spaces are close together, but I've been in tighter parks. Sites are mostly sand and somewhat level. About 3/4 of the spaces are occupied by permanent or seasonal guests. Those we met are friendly. Good location for beach activities, restaurants and grocery shopping. Park is clean, but basic. Not much else in the Wilmington area with hook ups except the KOA which was full. - DrLewie
May 2011 - $35.00
This campground is not much more than a parking lot. It is very conveniently located. The beach and all shopping is easily walkable. However, the campground itself is a grass sites. Bumper to bumper. No trees. You can get Wi-Fi but you pay either by the day or by the week and you pay for each computer that you need access for. If you don't want to spend much time sitting outside your camper, it's fine. It's VERY convenient to the beach and boardwalk. - kvfreeman
Nov 2010 - $30.00
As my husband says, this was just a place to park. We would not have stayed here except our son lives nearby. Tiny sites (communal dining, anyone?) that resulted in our slideout nearly touching another RV's, and sewage smell everywhere. Would not stay here again! Not sure what we paid; $30 is an estimate -- but whatever, it was too much for this place! - lbeaudry
Mar 2017 - $25.00
Great location, Cape Fear River at your back door. Can't wait to come and stay again. - JL Linden
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a wonderful campground, and in our estimation the best value for $ spent. Campsites are roomy, although some have hook-ups on the "wrong side." This was not a problem as we carry plenty of extensions. Best of all: fantastic free WiFi!!! It worked flawlessly during our entire 14 day stay. Staff was extremely pleasant. US Mail/UPS/FedEx directly to Reception Office is a big plus for full-timers. Easy walk to public beach access. Bathhouse and toilets are a bit dated, and although clean, are in need of an upgrade.
If coming from the south you might wish to consider the Southport - Ft Fisher Ferry. The ferry accommodates RVs, is very affordable, and cuts driving time as you bypass the city of Wilmington.
We will happily stay here again. - CO2RV
Apr 2016 - $25.00
First time here. I made reservations for 4 nights for full hookups, 50 amps. When we arrived, the staff in reception told us not to hook up our septic because the lift station wasn't working. We discovered later that it hadn't worked in months. Now that's not full hookups, is it? We still had to pay the full rate. They suggested we use the camp restrooms and gave us a site near the showers. They were individual rooms, a bit dated but cleaned daily (we saw the cleaning staff) and definitely old. As someone who likes showering and using the restroom in my own rig, it was a bit inconvenient for us not to be able to connect to septic.
Our site was a pull in. The electric and water were on the correct side, the septic was in the front (wrong) side. Pad was concrete. Roads were paved. Site was long and very level. No wifi so we used our jetpack. A couple sites were shady but most were open to the sky. No dogpark but lots of acreage to walk the dogs.
It's a small open base. No Exchange or commissary. The area is quiet, the beach is across the street. I'd stay here again but will make sure we can hook up to septic next time. - Flippitti
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Yes, they honor PA, but only on a limited basis. No weekends or holidays. First night full price, second night half price. They also have a 10% military discount. No Good Sam. Park is very tight and minimally maintained. Office has limited hours. You may have to call when you arrive. You will be met and parked. Located on St Rt 133 by the airport just north of the Coastal Waterway bridge. Little or no noise from the airport.
One significant feature is they have Blazing Fast free WIFI. - CharlieB
Jun 2015 - $22.00
Small park with rigs close together. $22 a night with Passport America. Not a great park if you want to sit outside and kick back, but a great location to visit Wilmington and various beaches. If you are in the very front of the park, there will be some road noise. Friendly and helpful staff. - Nibot
May 2006 - $20.00
We stayed on Oak Island in a rented house in May 2006, and the campground was closed. - nursecave