We arrived to stay only 3 nights but enjoyed ourselves at this campground so much that we added two more days. Staff were warm in their welcome and their help. The grounds are extremely well cared for, wide and spacious. Their is a large covered open aired pavilion, pool, play room with games and a small store. A trail access for hikers. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
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The surrounding area holds so much to discover. We came to attend a local music event and discovered hiking, canoeing, art, and wine. We plan to return.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $36.00
Very friendly welcome that carried through during our weekend stay. Older facilities, but pleasant, peaceful atmosphere and hands-on family management. Great Yadkin Valley location for visiting some terrific wineries. Nice wooden decks at the sites. Got major TV channels with our antenna, and no problem picking up 3G for my iPad signal. Would return in future. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $36.00
This campground is in a beautiful area of North Carolina. The wineries add a fun aspect! The campground staff couldn't have been nicer or more helpful. Well kept grounds and good sites. We will definitely return. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $35.00
Beautiful, large campground with a helpful and friendly staff. Easy six miles off I-77. Well kept and easy to get in and out with large MH. Only suggestion to make it better would be hotter water in showers, as we stopped here on our way south. Definitely would return. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Motorhome.
It's our family's favorite getaway for more than 10 years. Kid friendly, pet friendly, activities include gameroom, borrowing magazine/book/video library, coin laundry, general store, swimming pool, puttputt, shuffleboard, horseshoes, Yadkin river canoeing, playground, volleyball, basketball. Shady sites, no mud, patios at most sites, firepits, propane refills onsite. Weekend activities like karaoke, bingo, bands, covered dish dinners, trick or treating, golf cart parades. Now that our children are older, we enjoy the relaxation at Holly Ridge. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great campground for families or couples. The family that owns this campground takes pride in providing a fun, friendly atmosphere, great service and very clean bathrooms. We stayed here on Memorial Day weekend and enjoyed an ice cream party and tie-dying t-shirts. There is also a hiking trail from the campground to the Yadkin River. The campsites are mostly shady. Some sites are a little small, but a few have been expanded by the addition of decks for picnic tables. Though the campground was quite full this weekend, nights were quiet. There is much to do in this area as well. Wineries, restaurants, Pilot Mountain, Mt. Airy and Winston-Salem are within easy driving distance. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $40.00
After reading previous reviews, we selected this campground during a visit to the Mount Airy area. We, unfortunately, were a bit disappointed. The sites were certainly secluded and wooded but other than the pull through sites in the middle, they were tight, not level, and difficult to get into. We had to try three times to find someone at the office to pay but when we did they were extremely nice. The thing that bothered us the most were what appeared to be the permanent units that seemed overrun the place. These were not the snowbird type setups, these were campers (some pretty nasty looking) that appeared as if the owners actually lived there full time and went to work during the day. The site across from us sported a large diesel utilities truck that fired up promptly at 6am to go to work for the day (waking us all up I might add). Overall, the feeling of the place was a bit seedy. We shortened our planned stay and moved on to another campground nearby. Now to be fair, we did stay during the "off" season so maybe it is a completely different place during the prime season. It just wasn't the family friendly, activity filled place we read about. We would consider staying there again during the summer months when there would be more kids there and the pool would be open. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $38.00
Looking at the previous reviews of Holly Bluff, we planned our Labor Day Weekend trip here. We were not disappointed. The owners had numerous family friendly activities scheduled for the weekend: potluck breakfast, sundae bar, baked potato and salad supper, horse shoe and shuffleboard tournament, and Bingo. Truly enough choices to please all of us. The owners were very friendly and worked hard to make our stay enjoyable. We arrived late and they guided us to our site and helped us pull in our pop-up to reach the electric and water. Each site has a wooded deck and picnic table for personal use. The site we had was pull through and private. It was not level, but our Bal-Leveler handled it. The campground is modest in size (62 sites) and the facilities a little older, but all were well maintained. Holly Ridge was truly a family campground as there were many children, pets, and seniors enjoying the activities. We hope to return in the future. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Tent Trailer.
This is a very nice, well maintained campground. The owners were helpful and friendly. I was disappointed in the laundry facility - only one washer and dryer, in the middle of the clubhouse, and you have to drag your clothes through the office area. We also had a very difficult time leveling our coach (it never was quite level). But choices are slim around these parts, and we would stay here again if traveling in the area. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $30.00
We have camped at Hollyridge for several years. Since the new owners have settled in, it is evolving into a true family campground. So many things for the children to do. The energy level of this new team is off the hook! I had a blast hiding Easter eggs and watching the children run to find the prizes. If you have never played Arizona style Bingo, you must. It was awesome! You owe it to yourself to stay for a few nights, but you may want to stay longer. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $30.00
Good campground, friendly new owners are beginning to update the campgrounds. Will plan to stay here again. Children friendly, putt-putt course, play ground, all at NO charge and LOVE not having to pay out for every little thing. Give it a try. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $27.00
We took a spur of the moment trip and were glad we did. This is a small family campground not far off the interstate. Very quiet and peaceful. It was very clean even for being so early in the season. The park has enough activities for everyone to keep you entertained. If you like to get out the town is a throwback to yesteryear and lots of vineyards nearby if you like wine. The sites were large enough and covered with pea-gravel which was nice. The only drawbacks were lots of permanent campers, lack of cell phone service, and no signage getting to the campground.Without our GPS; we would have had trouble finding the place. Most of the permanent sites were kept up, but some were not. It looked to us like only about ten sites were available for overnighters. We will definitely go back again. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $24.00
Very nice campground. Roads from Hwy. into park are asphalt. All sites and couple roads are gravel. Sites are close to level due to hills. Water and power were good. You will find open sites and sites under the large trees in park. Most sites are under trees. Owner is always working to update his park, very nice. WiFi now in place, free, sig. is weak, will only work close to office. Camp fires are OK here. We have been here number of times and will return in future. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground in a rural setting. Traffic noise is non-existent. Pool water was crystal clear and there is an extensive play area for children, one of the best I have even seen. The sites are relatively level and covered with pea gravel. Sites are roomy in spite of the numerous shade trees, no problem with access to the sites. There are many permanent residents, but these sites are well maintained and clean. No trash pickup at your site, but a dumpster is set up near the office. There are not many attractions nearby which makes this a great place to kick back and relax. We camped at Holly Ridge Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.