Great campground. Everything is just like the website says it is. Very nice and clean swimming area with white sandy beach! Great hiking trails, all kind of games through out the campground for people of all ages to play. Owner makes sure you have all that you need, and helps you with anything that may come up. Very friendly campground. I will tell all my friends about this campground. We camped at Heritage Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is the second time that my husband and I have camped at Heritage Campgrounds for a length of time. The grounds are lovely, with campsites nestled amongst beautiful pines and greenery. The campground hosts have been most welcoming and gracious each time we have been here. We have enjoyed walking and exploring the many paths in the campground, swimming with our grandchildren in the spring fed lake, and playing on the pristine sand beach. We would recommend this campground to anyone traveling in this area of NC. The owners have much to be proud of. We camped at Heritage Campground in a Motorhome.
Have camped here many times, but last time took 3 grandchildren under the age of 8. Charged $5. per child per night. Owner was very rude to us. Advertised Wi-Fi but was unable to get it at our site. It is a nice campground if you like wooded, natural lots. The showers were awful. With no extras this campground is not worth $45.00 a night. We will not camp there again. We camped at Heritage Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $35.00
We have family in the area, and I was so happy I found out about this campground! The campground is off the main road and very quite. We were greeted by the owner who was very friendly and helpful. The campground is wooded and sites are a good size. Pulling the rig through is a little tight in spots, but no problem. Will definitely stay here again. We camped at Heritage Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $30.00
Found this campground on RV park reviews and spent 4 nights over Labor Day weekend with my husband. The campground is very secluded and way off the road in the pines of Carthage. Very quiet at night and nobody bothers you. Hostess does a great job of keeping the campground up and making sure you are comfortable. There was a pig picking that weekend and the food was wonderful. We have already made reservations to camp here at least 3 times in 2011. Would recommend to anyone with children too the campground is not that big and the children would be safe to ride there bikes. The campground and lake was man made by the parents. The lake is great to lounge on a float and swimming for children. We camped at Heritage Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $35.00
We stayed with two children over Easter Weekend and had a wonderful stay. The campground and facilities were very clean. The owner met us at our campsite and had it raked clean for our arrival. The restrooms were rustic, but clean and in good repair. The other campers were friendly and included a mix of weekend visitors and permanent trailers. The lake was very nice and clean. The kids enjoyed the lake and riding their bikes around the campground. There were no plans for Easter activities, but the owner and some campers put together an egg hunt for the children. We truly enjoyed our stay and will come back. Our only negative was the fee structure: $25 for a pop-up and an additional $5 per child. We camped at Heritage Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $25.00
A hidden gem in the woods! We attended the first annual Chili Cookoff over the weekend. We had a wonderful time. Our site was clean and level. Had a fire pit, picnic table and grill. The campground is very wooded. It has a large lake with a roped off sandy beach area for summer swimming and a pier/dock for fishing. This is our 'new' favorite campground. We will visiting it a lot in the coming years. Has a wonderful host/owner and wants to make sure you are comfortable in her family owned campground. We camped at Heritage Campground in a Travel Trailer.