14 Parks near Boonville, North Carolina
Aug 2016 - $40.00
The staff was very nice. Getting out was a challenge, as the exit route was very narrow. They did not have cable and even though they claimed to have WiFi, it did not work. - Farsaci
Jun 2016 - $45.00
When we made reservations, I specifically requested a site where we could get satellite because they have no cable. We were told we'd have a nice long site in the open. When we arrived, we were told they had to switch our site because the previous guests had problems leveling. We were given their unlevel site and told we could move in 2 days when they left. Site 19 was extremely difficult to level our coach. We had to use a couple of boards to keep the wheels from lifting off the ground. We moved to site 44 after the others left but still had problems leveling and the satellite reception was spotty because of the trees. The exit road has some deep ruts and tight turns. It's unfortunate, because the office staff/owners? were extremely friendly and helpful. If we return to this area we will look for another park. - dickens
Oct 2015 - $41.00
We chose this park because it was close to the Yadkin valley wine region. Check-in was easy and quick. The owners are very helpful with information on local area attractions. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Some TV channels were available with antenna, unless you had satellite. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The shower stalls have average room for changing. Many of the sites are shaded with mature hardwood trees. All of the sites are gravel and ours required extensive leveling. Sites have fire pits and the park sells firewood. Boonville is 2 miles south of the campground and has a small grocery store. We would stay here again if we come back to the area. - MikeandDixie
Mar 2017 - $50.00
Campground is convenient to the interstate and the manager was chatty and engaging. Sites are a little rustic. Restrooms are below average. The area is kind of in the middle of nowhere, but there is a good little diner that is pretty rustic with good down-home type food near the interstate. The campground is overpriced for what it is. This was the highest priced site we hit on the trip from the northeast to FL. - Nxchptr
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Just an overnight stay on way further south. Paid $40.00, with $5 discount for Good Sam. Price too high for what we got. That said, we had a 60 foot site, so we didn't have to unhook Toad. Electric was good, as was water. Campground was only about 1-2 miles of I-77. - JJ & CC
Aug 2016 - $45.00
The only reason I gave an 8 review was no cable tv and I could not watch the Olympics :)
The park is very pretty, tree shaded level lots, green grass, lots of birds and 2 friendly park dogs. The owners are very nice and helpful. - Masons love rving
Jul 2013 - $24.00
We would not stay here again. If we could have gotten a refund we would have left. OLD restrooms and showers that had bugs, frogs, no heat or air, and one stall had the lights not working. This "campground" is filled with old campers, 5th wheels, and horse trailers that people are living in. It is WAY off the highway and in a valley so there are no views. It does have a laundry. We almost had a cell phone signal. The person who checked us in was nice and helpful when we asked questions. - BorntoCruise
Jul 2010 - $16.00
Quiet, level, clean park. It does not have a pool or game room but, if you are looking for a nice inexpensive place to camp while in the Mt. Airy, Pilot Mt. and Winston-Salem area this is the place to stay. It does have a decent playground for kids. We enjoyed our three nights staying there and will go back. - Oldman5145
May 2014 - $25.00
We will camp here again. Start with 10, then -1 bathroom ventilation (moist), -1 had to level 1", -1 road ruts, +1 clean and well drained dump. Water tight, electric solid. Our site was water/electric, no sewer, shaded with pleasant neighbors. We stayed Memorial Weekend for the 90th Old Time Fiddler's Convention, a joy. Went to bed with campground fiddling, woke to same. Pull-through sites with sewer, but no shade, go fast. We stayed in site 14. This campground is far from roads - quiet, with clear sky. - Frank Rader
Sep 2012 - $37.00
Pads are gravel and unlevel. No Internet, Needs some TLC. Mostly permanent campers. OKL for overnight if you don't expect anything. Over priced, so stop only if you have no choice. Would not stay here again. - walter & kay
Mar 2007 - $20.00
This campground is close to the interstate, and this was the second time we stayed here. The sites need some leveling, and are gravel or grass. There is plenty of room for the dogs to walk, and a small lake with bluegill. We will stay here again without hesitation. - j&b
Feb 2017 - $58.00
I checked in on a Sunday and they have a box at the gate where you pick up your reservation papers with site number and the code to get in gate.But it was not there and you cant get ahold of anyone.I knew my site so someone that stays there let me in.Poor management! So when I talked to the manager about all the issues I was having she got defensive and aggressive.Can you say unprofessional.And maintenance was getting frustrated at me cause their breakers kept blowing and acting like its my fault. I have never stayed in a place where the people who stay there are more helpful than the people who get payed to help you cause you are the customer.And that place stinks so don't step out and take a deep breath in the morning.I WILL NOT GO BACK!!! They need to overhaul their staff all the way around.I have a lot of camping friends and w are a group and a community so I will inform them all. - Lucky camper
Oct 2014 - $30.00
The roads were terrible and needed major upkeep. The campground was very difficult to get in and out. The water pressure was very low which made taking a shower and flushing the toilet unpleasant. - Fulltimersrv
Oct 2013 - $48.00
We unhooked and did a drive thru in our tow and glad we did. The roads are narrow and in need of repair. Tree limbs hang low and will catch all RV's regardless of height. The restrooms need cleaning and work. Most of the sites are small, the full timers have taken all the "good" sites, and visitors have the left overs. We could not get our 40 foot motor home in and out. We did not stay. - tandkj
Sep 2016 - $23.00
The rate reflects a GoodSams discount, a recent affiliation for this park. This is a small nice, quiet, clean park just west of Elkin, only a couple years old, easily accessible and less than 3 miles west of I-77. Signs for the park are well placed along the route from I-77. All park roadways and sites are hard packed crushed stone. Sites 1 thru 7, located along a tree lined edge of a meadow, all have 50/30 amp and water, no sewer, are easy back-in, and can accommodate the longest RV's. Sites 8 thru 10 are tent sites and are located, near the office, all across the road from sites 1-7. Sites 11 and 12, 50/30 full hook-up, are about 1/4 mile west of the office. There is a dump station located near the office. However the dump station is not conveniently located for a class A motorhome as you have to pull at least 20 feet beyond the exit loop thus requiring that you backup after dumping. If you have a toad this would require dumping before connecting up the toad as backing up with a toad is not a recommended practice. Also note that when exiting from the office or dump station onto the county road, there is a blind curve only a couple hundred feet to your left making your exit a bit dangerous. There are several off-the-air TV stations available. Satellite service from sites 1-7 is limited to Dish eastern arc satellites, as DirecTV and Dish western arc satellites access is blocked by the tree line mentioned above. We were given a passcode for WiFi, but were unable to locate a signal at our site. Perhaps WiFi is only available at the office location, but the handout we were given didn't provide any further guidance. AT&T signal is weak (3G only) but usable and Verizon has a good to strong LTE signal. There is a Walmart, several restaurants, several winery's as well as hiking trails in and nearby Elkin. We recommend that you call for a reservation well prior to your arrival as this is a small park, and was full the day we departed. - Johnson's
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is a very small private campground, only a year old. It is built on family land, and surrounded by cow pastures. EZ access from I-77, but really quiet! There are 2 full hookup sites, but they are separated from the rest, so we opted for a site with only w/e to be next to a small creek. Tent sites are on the other side of the road, but looked nice as well. Owners are super friendly and care about their facility. They also had a great list of places to eat, local wineries, etc. - Doxie Mom
Sep 2016 - $25.00
The two available full hook up sites are up the road from the rest of the campground near the quiet road overlooking a small field. The very enthusiastic owners welcomed us at our site after we settled in with information about the area.
There are only about 6 W/E sites in the main campground in a very pretty setting. We enjoyed our stay at our campsite, but if you are looking for a campground with full facilities like showers, laundry and a meeting room, this is not for you. We will return to this campground when in the area. - Fwdaj
Mar 2017 - $33.00
Great campground with so much to do. There are paved walking trails and unpaved mountain bike trails, hiking trails, and horseback riding trails that all meander through the beautiful hardwood forest. The trails are well maintained. Bring your bikes. The campground is 200 yards away from a clean, fenced, off-leash dog park that separates large dogs (greater than 25 pounds) from the small dogs. Both the trails and the dog park contain several trash cans and pet waste bags for your convenience. You can even take a horseback ride along the Yadkin river. 45 minute long ride for $30 each. Very fun. The campground is only a part of the overall 1100 acre county owned and operated park. The campground consists of 44 full hook up sites that are paved and offer 20, 30, and 50 amp connections and cable. Sites 24-37 are not very level with some having over 2 feet of fall from front to back. Sites 5-8 have a little over 1 foot of fall. Sites 1-4, 10-23, and 38-44 are the most level in the park. It seems that motorhomes have the most trouble leveling out. We stayed in our 5th wheel, so we limited how much we manually dropped our front legs before unhooking. The hosts were all very friendly and helpful and stay on sites 45-47. - Denver James
Nov 2016 - $33.00
Stayed in slot 38, which is a nice level wide and close to bath house location.
All slots on that side, 38 - 44 are reasonably flat. On the other side slots 37 - 31 have a varying degree of slope front to back with ones in middle of row needing some 8" or so of wood to level.
Same issue with slots 24 -30 worse in middle and better toward ends.
slots 1-16 appeared to be mostly level with some front to back slope.
When you enter the park off side street be sure to turn left at first road and then to right to park to go into office to check in.
The Park consist of a lot of activities area's including 2 nice golf courses and a BMX course. There is a nice dog park just a short distance from the RV area so a nice place to run the dog.
Bath house is nothing special but is heated with no coin meters for showers like you see up north..:) The door is locked with code from office on paper work at check in.
WIFI was good at our site but hard to get when in Airstream. Walk outside and good to go. Did notice the antennas appear to be mounted up by the host sites and dumpster area and pointing toward the RV area so not sure how good the signal is for slots 1-16 at far end of RV area.
When we were there with WBCCI rally, Piedmont unit 106, they were getting to open the Christmas light drive which looked to be fabulous. - carl2591
Oct 2016 - $33.00
We have stayed here many times and have always found this park to be a gem. The sites are paved pads, all with full hookups and good cable and wifi. While I would not say that the sites are spacious, they are not cramped and should handle most any size rig. Most sites have at least partial shade as a canopy of very large trees is throughout the campground. All sites have good picnic tables. The one word of caution is to pick your site carefully as leveling your unit can be a problem on sites 25-35. These sites range from poor to very poor on my leveling scale and sites 31-35 would be very challenging to level your rig. This is no secret as lots of other reviews point this out too. Just beware that you will need lots of leveling skills and materials on these sites. Otherwise this is a great park that has lots of amenities in the nearby Tanglewood County Park. The campground and the county park were at one time the estate of William Neal Reynolds who was the brother of tobacco king R J Reynolds. The park fee is part of your camping fee so no additional park charge is placed on campers. Within the park and just outside of the campground are biking, jogging, and walking trails. The park also has a separate mountain biking area for vaious skill levels plus a BMX track (truly a bikers dream park). The park also includes 2 18 hole championship golf courses as well as a 18 hole par 3 course. There is a pool and waterpark area, tennis area, and stable area for horseback riding. If that's not enough to do, there is a small lake for light fishing and paddleboating. The old estate home is now a B&B and you can stroll the gardens and through the arboretom. You can easily spend a week in the area which includes the old Salem historic settlement, Winston Salem, Wake Forrest University, and the estate of RJ Renolds. This is really a great area to camp and visit. - WOLFTRACKS
Jun 2012 - $25.00
We camped here on our very first trip in our camper. The sites are fairly level and very shaded. There is no Wi-Fi or cable but it has an amazing peaceful atmosphere. As far as things to do for children there isn't anything. However, they have a huge field that you can play whatever sport you want in. The view of Pilot Mountain was awesome. The manager of the camp was super nice and very helpful. They do have a dump station but no sewer hookups. Overall we had a great time. We would go again. - HappyCampers6
Sep 2011 - $25.00
Beautiful campground at the foot of Pilot Mountain with some of the best views and sunsets. Large stage with various events throughout the year, esp. bluegrass, Smilefest, Bobstock, scouting jamborees, mud runs, weddings. I have stayed there 30+ times, and it is a 4 hour drive for me. The owner is very nice, but also firm enough to keep trouble out/away. I caught a 5 lb bass in their lake so bring your poles. - ReelEKeen
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This is our first stay at this campground. We have a 35' travel trailer with slides and they only have a dozen sites for overnight guests. Keep in mind, this park rather large and has a lot of sites with all of them being permanent. Out of those few overnight sites, our rig could only fit in a few of them. They have overflow sites near the front gate which is in field with no shade would fit our camper along with the five sites on top of the hill also with no shade. The sites near the pool are really for smaller rigs except for the last three sites on the end of the row but the problem is it's very tight trying to do a 3-point turn backing into those sites which are at an angle. We got site B22 ( FHU ) which is located at the top of the hill and it's shaded. It's shared with B21 and both are pull-thrus. The campground is set up on a hill so the main road is steep so be prepared for that. The campground is gated with card access so that's nice for late night access. We camped here for 8 nights and took advantage of the Sunday thru Thursday special that included 2 pool passes. The pool is awesome with a rope, diving board, zero entry for the little ones and a slide. The overall campground is well kept, clean and very quite in the upper part. The sites next to the pool will be noisy since they play music all day long and the general noise from the pool play. The pool has a snack bar with hot food at affordable prices. The staff were very friendly and easy to deal with. Overall, we plan to come back. - NC RV Travler
May 2015 - $28.00
Let me start by saying this appears to be a campground built beside a humongous pool. The campground is mostly permanent sites but there are about a dozen short stay sites. The pool has a slide and rope swing and is open to the public. Both the public and the campers have to pay to use it. The "A" sites back up to a nice small stream and have a view of a waterfall (the dam at the end of the lake). A5 through A10 are decent sized. The others are small sites. We stayed in site A6. It had the potential to be a nice site, but the very busy pool was just on the other side of the stream and they blast music all day long. There is also non-stop golf cart traffic. We were also under a poplar tree which dropped sap like crazy on the trailer and truck. The pool is only open between Memorial Day and Labor Day so if we ever go back it will be when the pool is closed (probably in the fall of the year). If you want an awesome pool and are willing to pay for it then this may be just the ticket for you though. This place is just too loud and wild for us. - Echelon73
Jun 2014 - $33.00
This is a family friendly campground with plenty of things to enjoy. Everyone was friendly and our kids especially enjoyed the large community pool. - creese
Mar 2017 - $48.00
Super nice park. If you are in the Winston Salem area of NC and looking for a serene location to stay in an RV, this is the place! Exceptionally maintained, spectacular views, quaint and ultra peaceful. I can't say enough about how nice and accommodating the owners are. Best WiFi of any park I've ever stayed in. Anytime I am in this area or passing through, I will definitely stay here again. - Joe Krukosky
Oct 2016 - $43.00
Stayed 4 nights while working in Winston-Salem.
As mentioned, owners are very nice, friendly, and helpful.
Small CG with 10 sites, all concrete pads which made it easy to set up and level. Good water pressure. Antenna TV picked up 25+ stations. Wi-fi was fair most of the time experienced low signal or loss occasionally. There is a small pond down in a valley that the sites overlook. There was traffic noise from US52. Good view of Pilot Mountain. No dog park, yet. One is planned. This is a good base camp if working or visiting the area. Not far from Mt. Airy. - amxpress
Jun 2016 - $43.00
The family that owns and operates this park is very friendly and helpful. The sites are large and level with convenient hook ups. The whole place is clean and well maintained. It is close to and has a great view of Pilot Mountain. The bathrooms and showers are first class. The entrance is a tight turn when approached from the west, so it is worthwhile to contact the park for directions if you have a long rig. - FLRamblers