5 Parks near Camden, North Carolina
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Camden. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Camden in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $43.00
This was the nicest campground we have ever stayed in. Staff was friendly, escorted us to our site. Our site was large with a concrete pad and picnic table. There is a small lake in the center of the park with warning signs about being dangerous although we never saw or heard anything strange. I think mosquitoes would be a problem in the summer, but with the hurricane approaching, those were blown away. Sites are back to back so that you aren't sitting on someone else's sewer hose. Good wifi. - Patches
Oct 2016 - $21.00
Beautiful, clean park with sites surrounding a large catch and release pond. Each site has a cement pad and picnic table. The connections are well located. We had a pull-in sight with a view through the front window of the pond. Gated with key card access. There was a very small, fenced, off-leash dog run. Probably more then enough room for small dogs but would have been nice to have more space for my big dog to run. Also, no doggie poop bags available so remember to take your own when out for walks. WiFi worked great and we were able to get satellite just fine.
Friendly and helpful staff. We enjoyed our stay and would return. - RosieandThumper
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Camped here while visiting with family and couldn't have had a better experience. All sites face the lake, backin or pull in and all hookups are easy to access and worked fine. Clean all around with lots of things for children. - jw of Opechee Shores
Aug 2012 - $55.00
We stayed here for 3 days. While I have read other reviews saying the people are rude or that this place is like "Deliverance." It is very far from that. The people here were very nice and while it is out in the middle of nowhere, the whole area is beach country. There may not be a whole lot of town nearby, but even down near Kitty Hawk you will only find cheap surf shops and only expensive shopping: no Target, Old Navy, or such places for miles. Back to the campground. It was very clean, well cared for, and felt safe and homey. My husband works on the road so our travel is not leisure and his hours are sometimes late. This place locks its gates up at 11 with no way of getting in or out, which I am not a fan of. I do not like to be locked inside of anywhere. I have a toddler and baby on the way which means if something were to go wrong in the night I would have to take time to hunt someone and a key down, before dealing with any emergency. So very inconvenient and inconsiderate on their part. Although they did work with us and finally found a spare key for hubby to use. I also have a slight problem with there being no shade or trees of some kind around the playground for the children. My 3 year old actually stopped playing after 30 minutes and told me she was too hot and it was too bright. Not typical of a child when there is such a large play area. Also only two washers and dryers in a very small room. Bathrooms and showers were clean though and store had quite a variety. Also it is summertime and most of the temporary visit spots have no shade either, so one can imagine how hot a trailer gets. We were asked (for the first time ever) if we had ac and if we were going to use it. Uh duh: who would not use their ac in this kind of heat? Not happy with the $10 a day extra charge for that. Also, they had no knowledge of fishing permits and no free fishing. Most campgrounds I have been to, are private property which means a license is not needed. Would only stay here again if we came to the area for work. My idea of a beach vacation is more along the lines of Myrtle Beach where places stay open past 9pm. - Moonscoop
Apr 2009 - $25.00
We have our trailer here full time. It is a quick commute from Chesapeake. We don't have to move the trailer every weekend, we keep the trailer stocked and just head down for some relaxation. I guess it can appear creepy at first but once you get to know your fellow campers they can be fun. If your looking for luxury it isn't here. But if you want to hang out with some fun rednecks, this is the place to be. - tlm731
Jul 2007 - $25.00
This is not a camping resort. It is a dump. - Maui Bill
Jul 2015 - $39.00
Way out of the way and very quiet on the North Landing River. Beautiful view of the river with a long boat dock and swimming beach. Huge lots and plenty of room to park and set up. Happy they have a well-stocked camp store because there is NO major grocery stores within 15 miles. Suggest that you stop and shop on the way in. - VietVet
Jun 2012 - $34.00
A lovely resort. The sites were large, shaded and fairly level. We were about 100 yards from the water. There is a pier and boat launch side by side for registered campers to use plus a beachfront at another spot close by. There is a store also on site that met our needs. This resort had several seasonals located here. The only bad complaint I have was it was so far removed far everywhere. If you like low-keyed and private environment this place is for you. - kenbarbie
May 2015 - $26.00
Small city run campground that accommodates smaller travel trailers or fifth wheels. No big rigs. Fresh water access is the biggest issue for this campground, as most sites do not have water supply nearby. Most sites are not level and there are some pooling water issues when it rains. Don't waste your time washing vehicles/trailers, as this place can get very dusty. - Gmapatime
Apr 2014 - $27.00
This is my family's favorite campground in the area. It is quiet, lots of trees, not crowded, and has a very friendly staff. My kids love the putt putt golf course and two large playgrounds. My wife and I like the fire pits, hiking trails, and spacious area. There is also a nice lake stocked with fish. One can also rent canoes or paddle boats. No water hook up to RV, but there are water spigots near every lot for fresh water. Only reason I don't give a 10, is the bathhouse isn't the most clean or modern, but hey, you're camping! Great, fun campground overall! - Navy Steve
Oct 2012 - $27.00
The CG is run by the city of Chesapeake, Va. It has gravel/dirt sites, which were level. Some sites have electricity. Bathrooms clean but very rustic. Concrete walls hold the cold, so no showers for us wussy Florida types. Did laundry but had to call the ranger to make it work. They had changed how much the laundry cost but that was not listed anywhere. There was a long walk along a forest trail. It is a very wooded area. We ended up being the only people to stay the night at the CG which was a bit spooky. - RoadVenture
161 Princess Anne Rd Virginia Beach, Virginia 23457 (map) | (757) 426-6241
Sites: 175 | Latest Rate: $47.00 | 24 Reviews
Aug 2015 - $47.00
The park is under major construction which will add additional sites and amenities. When we stayed we did encounter a little bit of construction traffic but everyone was friendly and accommodating.
The sites were wide and left you room to easily park your RV and set up to enjoy the outdoors.
The campground has it's own beach/waterfront area which is immaculate. - ETCTA
May 2015 - $35.00
They are in process of construction improvements, so we stayed despite constant dump truck traffic. The site was not well maintained. Grass/dirt site was full of weeds growing through the gravel/dirt, the surrounding grass very much unmowed with knee-high weeds. The sewer pipe was almost a foot off the ground, defeats the purpose of gravity emptying your tanks. Too far out of town (Virginia Beach), about 40 minute drive to the main beach area. - rvrrat520
Apr 2015 - $32.00
This is an attractive park and it appears that during the "season" there are many activities for adults and kids. The riverfront was nice. The utilities were good although the Wi-Fi was unreliable. There is occasional daytime noise from Navy jets.
There are convenience stores closer but major shopping, WalMart, food lion, are 17 miles north. The roads in the area are relatively narrow with NO shoulder. It is a pleasant rural area. - gumper