7 Parks near Boiling Springs, North Carolina
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Boiling Springs. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Boiling Springs in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Staff very friendly and helpful. WiFi only available at office and close proximity. No cell service. Sewer only available at select sites. Gravel roads need work. Permanent campers need to clean up around their sites. - Rickman
Apr 2016 - $17.00
The proprietors are super nice and extremely helpful. We were given a pull-thru, which was great, but up by the office there is clutter and things aren't as tidy as they should be - overturned trash cans, boxes, etc. I think camping in the back would be better for scenery, as it is a scenic place, but those are back-ins. For one night, the pull thru was great, but if you want to spend a few days, go towards the back. Also, they have their own unbundled firewood and they are very generous with it. That one fact made up for everything else. There is a nice pool, too. It was easy to get to, with excellent roads. - Autigerinnc70
Mar 2016 - $17.00
We stayed for 4 days, and the staff was very friendly. They gave us a great site. It's a good location, and nice & quiet. Some of the sites didn't look like they were open yet, but it was early in the season. There were a number of seasonal renters. Some of their campsites were neat and clean. Others not so much. We would definitely stay here again! - Bruce R
Sep 2016 - $18.00
We chose this park because it was close to Gaffney, SC and the Freightliner factory service, as well as being a Passport America discount. Extra charge for electricity according to usage, which was a lot due to summer heat. Extra 9% charge for credit card payments. Park was mostly for long term campers. Owner on site in a camper, himself, friendly and helpful. Park was clean and spacious, but had no facilities. Wi fi was good. Will return if Freightliner service is needed again. - wheelen jv
May 2016 - $19.00
Friendly staff. Owner onsite. Small campground with some long-time residents/snow birds. Gravel sites with water/sewer/electricity. If they have cable, we didn't see it. Great antenna reception. Need fire ring if you are staying for any period of time. We spent one night and would stay again. - WandaJim
Jan 2016 - $18.00
We stayed one night while we were in the area to get some repairs done on our motorhome. Owner was very friendly and helpful. He didn't have any pull-thrus but the back-in he gave us was fairly level and easy in and out. Park is neat and clean. No showers, restrooms or laundry. They're putting in extra pull-thrus on one side of the park. Rate is Passport America. I'd stay here again. - Flippitti
Nov 2016 - $39.00
This park is big rig accessible. However, the interior roads are narrow. Most of the pull-thru sites are not level. Great for satellite service. Very close to the Freightliner Custom Chassis Factory in Gaffney. - Big Blue
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Stayed here while attending the Freightliner Chassis class. Called to inquire if we could arrive early and they were very accommodating in finding us a space where we didn't have to move mid-stay. Check-in was easy and we were escorted to our site. Can't say enough about the their customer service approach.
The park is quiet even though it is near I-85, no highway noise at all even though we had our windows open. Entrance is well marked and easy to find, although a little tricky exiting the freeway heading north. GPS wanted to turn us right at the intersection-wrong. Go straight through as though heading toward the entrance ramp, but bear right onto the frontage road. From the north, turn left at the intersection and bear right on the frontage road.
Some sites are in the trees, but these are mostly semi-permanent. Some sites are low at the front of the space. Had to park near the rear and to one side to get level. WIFI was pretty good (compared to most parks). For those who have dogs, there is an enclosed dog park for off-leash exercise. They also have pizza to go (made onsite) and well worth it if you don't feel like cooking. - 2sunkid
Aug 2016 - $42.00
My family and I stayed here one night on our way to Florida. Relatively easy access to the campground off of I-85 via a road that parallels I-85. The campground is behind an industrial type business. (As a point of reference only. It didn't effect the quality of our stay at all.)
The staff was very friendly, checked us in quickly and showed us to our site which was a very level pull through that was not wooded at all. I was pre-occupied with tow vehicle problems upon arrival and, therefore, we did not take advantage of any of their amenities. The park appeared quiet, clean and well maintained. We would stay here again. - HighCountry_trio
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Sites are small-no fire rings-website says $25/night,but when you get there the sign says 25/night mon-thur-its 40 on weekends-the only thing going for them is the drive in theater. - Reteze
Dec 2015 - $25.00
We went there to check it all out before even camping there. Upon arrival, we noticed RR tracks right across the street. Campsites were very close to each other and very narrow. Older campers were just sitting there. Not sure if they just put them there making it look like people were camping. No one was around. You have to pay for the Zip Line. Rip off if you ask me. Bathrooms at the time were clean, but then I read more reviews on how filthy they are now. Owner was kind of wishy washy/weird. Definitely would not camp here. - Prowler on the loose
Aug 2015 - $25.00
This place is without a doubt the worst campground I have ever stayed in in 14 years of full timing. I called a week ahead of time for a reservation. The gentleman took all my information, quoted a price of $25 for full hookups. We drove 350 miles that day and entered the place under a severe T-storm warning. The lady at the desk could not find my reservation. She said go unhook, find a spot and come back and we'll fill out the paperwork, no problem, been there before. I got the very last spot in the park.The interior roads are gravel and filled with potholes. They say they are big rig friendly... NOT, really tight. The sewer was at the very back and uphill, HUH, decent water pressure, decent 50 amp.We will NOT return and would advise to stay away from here. - walt66
Sep 2016 - $14.00
We have stayed here twice as it was our first time camping and didn't want to go far from home. It was about 45 minutes away. We love this place. The camper hosts are friendly and very helpful. The sites are clean and mostly level. Most sites are shaded with some gravel. Sites have fire rings, picnic tables, electric hook ups and a few have sewer hookups.
Wifi reception is only good at the store. The store sells fire wood and ice cream. The check in/store man could use a smile on his face, as he wasn't very friendly either time I had to go in the store. We will be coming back here. It is like being in a different world just a short drive up the road. - drbk655
Jun 2016 - $26.00
Very friendly park. Great trails to walk dogs. Lots are spacious, covered and forested. Sites are dirt, featuring a fire ring and picnic table. Restrooms and showers were clean. - Zomb
Jun 2016 - $21.00
The access into the park is through a 1/2 mile 1-1/2 car wide road. Large RVs might find the interior roads difficult. Need to watch the trees. Very close to the Kings Mountain Battlefield. - A hitch and hop
Nov 2016 - $34.00
This park is going to the dogs! Literally. They have geared this park for those of us that travel with our four legged friends. The deluxe sites have decks with and additional fenced area for the dogs to have some room to roam. Great that they don't have to be put on a run or tied up.
In addition, they have meet and greet nite - social fun, Brunch, and this year the Thanksgiving dinner was really nice. This is our second time at this park and we will return again and again and again! Bravo. - Sawtooth
Oct 2016 - $42.00
Amazing place to stay where dogs can be dogs! Hosts go above and beyond expectations! Well kept grounds. Only thing that could've been better was wifi strength and cable clarity. But, it's the mountains, so......
The sites with dog yards and decks are fantastic! But if they're all booked, the ones without are great too...and they will let you put up your own enclosure!
We actually got excellent results with OTA TV though. We were there for a few days and then left to go on the rest of our trip which included Hilton Head Island. We were rerouted due to Hurricane Matthew.... so we ended up going back to 4PK to ride out the storm. It was perfect! Will absolutely go back! - doggpurr
Jul 2016 - $56.00
Great time, staff was extremely great. We did have a difficult time due to lots of trees, both traveling to the site, and in the site, which made it difficult for a 44 foot, 5th wheel plus truck. Tree rubs were unavoidable. - svcrews
4066 Pea Ridge Road Mill Spring, North Carolina 28756 (map) | (828) 863-1000
Sites: 100 | Latest Rate: $43.00 | 1 Reviews
Sep 2016 - $43.00
Clean, nice, easy to negotiate large RV into spots. Some spots, in first parking area, you backed up to your neighbor. Spots were level cement pads which had picnic tables tables and a barbaque grill on stones, no grass. Grass area toward bathrooms with bocce court, shuffle board and volley ball courts. Recycle and garbage centers on each road. - kimme