4 RV Parks near Chadbourn, North Carolina
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Chadbourn. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Chadbourn in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $79.00
I have only great things to say about Daddy Joe's. We had a ton of fun here over Labor Day weekend. We were supposed to arrive on Friday but tropical storm Hermine delayed our arrival until Saturday, as was the case with numerous guests. Daddy Joe graciously extended Monday's checkout time until 5:00 to make up for it. Wow! That really meant a lot for them to ensure their guests' satisfaction, especially since we didn't ask or expect it!
There's seriously so much to do here. Water attractions, basketball, mini golf, so many stocked ponds for fishing, a restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner at very reasonable prices, planned activities for the kids, an ice creamery, a gift shop/camp store and more!
Our sites (38 & 39) were nicely spaced with concrete pads and a well maintained yard. No shade (there are shaded sites as you enter the park but they're further away from the amenities) so we caught the afternoon/evening sun on the patio side. But with our screen shade we were quite comfortable with low humidity & mid 80 degree temps.
We're planning a group trip for Memorial Day 2017 with RV friends and will be staying in one of the quad sites (so cool!) and others that will be staying in the tent sites and cabins. It's so awesome to have found a place that keeps the kids so busy and has accommodations for us and all our friends!!
Daddy Joe's is my new favorite! They really know what it takes to plan and maintain a campground to make for a positive camping experience!! - LynchPartyof8
Jul 2016 - $69.00
By far our favorite family park, the kids love this place. The staff are always courteous and attentive, check-in is quick and easy. The park is clean, well kept, and the amenities are top notch. There is plenty to do here, swimming, fishing, hiking, biking, mini golf, and the creamery. The grill and camp store are very convenient. The sites are close together but still give plenty of room for parking and activity. - Ldon
Apr 2016 - $12.00
So we were only staying 2 months and ended up for 6 months through the winter. Snowbirds this is the place. Concrete pads, friendly family owned. Plenty of room and security, great walking roads within campground. Friendly snowbirds, feel safe and secure and owners always available for assistance. Make your reservation now for winter.... everything you need and only half hour to Myrtle Beach. - Kesch
Jan 2017 - $15.00
Nestled in a forested area just a bit southeast of Tabor City, North Carolina, Carrollwoods provides a peaceful, quiet escape from the madding crowd of Myrtle Beach. Located a mere 3.5 miles from the NC / SC Boarder and only minutes from the area's beach activities, Carrollwoods RV Park combines Cadillac Service with a Pick Up Truck Price. Less expensive than the huge, corporate RV Parks on Myrtle Beach, this family owned and operated RV park provides all the amenities needed for an overnight stay, a weekend getaway or a seasonal camper. Plenty of trees dispersed across large, level sites, with a robust cable channel selection - combined with a strong Wi-Fi Signal - make this park one of the best values throughout the area. Endless hot water in the extremely clean shower / restroom areas, a fishing pond and swimming pool round out these excellent accommodations. Not only would we stay here again. We plan to do so next year on our return to the area. - Todd and Heather
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Very small campground. Other than the pool and winery not much to do. Not close to anything so bring you own entertainment. - D Maier
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Have posted before, but want to update again. Cannot say enough good things about the hands-on ownership. They really care. Yes, the office is closed on Sunday (due to their faith) but has never been a problem. They are involved with the campers, but never intrusive. The CG itself - clean, very well maintained, and it shows. Nice new camp store well stocked with necessities. Bath house is wonderful - very private facilities and always very clean. Sites are NOT tight and are, finally, mostly leveled out with a good stone base. Each has fire ring, picnic table, and most still have charcoal grills. Yes, it is 'out there', but the office will share a good map to lead to Tabor City and all you need (no more than about 15 minutes away). It's location affords a peace and quiet not found in most of the MB area CGs. We are able to use our Sat TV (we ask for a site that gives access) and have never had a problem with our Verizon phone reception. WiFi has improved - still not real fast, but good enough for our purposes. The pool is wonderful, and there is a playground for the kids. What makes this CG among our favorites is the friendly nature of the owners that flows over to those who stay here. Never an issue with loud neighbors all hours of the night. Price shows PA discount. If you're looking for a 'get away' with few hassles and privacy - this CG is for you! - pamhyatt1
Mar 2017 - $55.00
Not much to add to previous reviews as this is the best resort that we have ever stayed in. Long pull thru sites that have plenty of space between. Excellent Wi-Fi , clean showers and bathrooms , plenty of activities to do, huge laundry area, and store located in main office. Highly recommend if in Myrtle Beach area. A little off of the path in Longs, SC but well worth it. - Biggyrat
Sep 2016 - $61.00
Immaculate facility - groundskeepers seem to work around the clock maintaining the pool, clubhouse and grounds. Nothing was out of place even though the park was full. There are a number of longer term residents but, unlike other parks, their areas are immaculate.
Check in was quick and we were provided an escort to our huge pull through site. The site easily accommodated our 44' motorhome and towed car - in fact we could have put another motorhome or two in the space. Spacing between sites is enormous for a privately owned park. All sites have tons of room and most are pleasantly shaded - with fire ring, grill and concrete patio. All drives and sites are paved. Wifi is the best we've experienced at any park - ever.
The pools (kiddie & regular), lake swimming area, clubhouse, laundry facilities and office are beautifully maintained with great attention to detail. This is a beautiful park.
Willow Tree is secluded but is only minutes from the beach, restaurants, shopping and everything else you can imagine. This place is a great find and I expect to come here often. - Rob&Terri
Aug 2016 - $69.00
This resort was recommended to us by managers at a park in Georgia. We have RVed for 16 years and Willow Tree is probably the nicest resort we have found. Sites were long, shaded, spacious, and landscaped. Pool, lake, and other recreation facilities were first-rate. Entry to the park makes it feel truly private. - gbburgess
Apr 2017 - $40.00
The location is very inconvenient, even though once at the campground you are hearing and watching the trucks on I-95. You get off the exit, it is approx 3 miles of 2 lane road to end up on the outer road where the park is. We arrived about 10 minutes after the office closed and there was an envelope waiting for us. We started to go to the assigned site. A lady on a golf cart showed up stated she would take us to our assigned site. She proceeded to take us to a site that was flooded. I said no this is not acceptable when there are so many open sites, she said she could move us to the next site over which was not flooded. We pulled in the alternate site and she left. As we were setting up we realized we were put in a Buddy-Site and we were face to face with another travel trailer. Again, we wondered what was she thinking since there were MANY empty sites, we were tired and she was gone. We stayed 1 night. The picnic tables were rotted. There was no signage directing us to bathrooms so we used our RV shower and the water pressure was pathetic. From what we can tell, there is one dumpster we found the next day by accident (no signage). The view was a huge pile of a demolished building debris and a remote, vacant, industrial looking area. There is no fencing or foliage separating the KOA park from this debris. In the back corner near the nature walk there is a pile of debris consisting of RV steps, lattice, etc. The owner was very defensive the next morning when we asked any questions. She stated they are in the process of refurbishing the camp but we saw no evidence of anything being done at all, this was a weekday. I wish we would have read through the reviews. I feel it was very overpriced for the lack of amenities. I am amazed that KOA is allowing their name to be associated with this park. Even the sign out front was faded, chipped paint. We have been considering a KOA membership and am hopeful the next KOA will live up to its reputation. - FLNatives
Apr 2017 - $36.00
New owners are renovating this campground. The pool wasn't open for the season yet, so no review there. The site we had was a pull through long enough for our 38' motor home and toad, without unhooking. We only stayed for an overnight stop, but would use this campground again. Some traffic noise from I-95, but not bad. The new owners are super. Very helpful and friendly. He guided us to the site and helped park us. And they live on site. - DebDon
Apr 2017 - $36.00
Friendly helpful staff. New owners. You can tell they are seriously remodeling the entire campground. The restrooms/showers were in the middle of being remodeled so not so nice yet. Clean air conditioned laundry. NICE. Well stocked store. Clean level sites. Good free WIFI. Great TV antenna reception. There was constant interstate noise but not to bad. It did not bother me. Great stop on the way to/back from Florida. - camper19709