Chadbourn North Carolina Campgrounds
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.
Oct 2017 - $38.00
Beautiful resort CG. Concrete pad extra long spaces. When arriving at night had to use a flashlight to find our site due to the fact there were no outside lights. Being out of season sparsely populated. Scenic site facing the large pond. This CG is spotless. Nice scenic area to walk and bike ride on very long paths. Small dog park, fence is not 100% secure as the bottom is not in the ground. Two pools and a splash pool. Great to bring the kids who would love the playground. Definitely a destination CG. We only stayed one night as we had reservations in another city but if not for that we would have stayed longer. Staff was helpful to arrange and accommodate our late arrival. IMPORTANT POINT: Put in RICHARD WRIGHT Road in your GPS. We carelessly put in Wright and there is a Wright road also and had to backtrack. l - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
May 2017 - $55.00
Great place to stay but a little pricey for me. Everything was kept clean and grass mowed. Our trash was picked up every day. Hook-ups were easy and placed in good spot. - dakota ev
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
May 2017 - $22.00
My wife and I have stayed at this park three times and are planning to go back next month. It is such a pleasant, quite place. It is basically an RV park carved out of a beautiful pine forest. My only small complaint is that I wish the roads in the park were wider as well as more space in the turns. It sometimes takes a little planning to make sure that you can clear the trees and get out without hitting something. The first time I ended up disconnecting the toad to get out. - jseltz
Apr 2017 - $30.00
One of the best parks I have stayed in. All large pull through sites. Very well spaced. Owner is extremely helpful. Suggested areas to travel to as well as local restaurants. Stayed on my way to FL and again on my way back. Little of the beaten track but a great place for a few days or a few weeks. - BlueBoy
Apr 2017 - $10.00
The $10 price reflects C2C. This family owned campground a few miles south of Tabor City, is a must. Full hookups with pull thru sites. This campground is nestled in the heart of tobacco farmland. This was one of the most peaceful and quiet campgrounds we have ever stayed in. We are definitely going back. - TheBounders
Mar 2018 - $29.00
A beautiful campground with large well-spaced sites; one of the nicer commercial campgrounds that we have stayed at. We particularly enjoyed our lake front site and the mile long walking trail that circles the lake. A very peaceful and relaxing campground. Also, we were told by neighbors that the park upgraded their Wifi in 2017 - we thought the upgraded free Wifi worked well (i.e., the same or better than other campgrounds). Most sites are big rig friendly. [$29 Daily rate listed was the monthly off-season rate, before taxes or electric usage charges.] - 2FullTimersinaFifth
Nov 2017 - $55.00
First stay here. Very spacious sites for a private campground and quiet at night. Clean restrooms and showers. Site surface was a concrete pad and featured a fire ring, picnic table and patio.
We brought our dog so the trail around the lake was perfect for walks. Great place to stay if you want to be near the beach but away from the hustle and bustle of Myrtle. Took us about 15 minutes to drive to the beach area. Enjoyed some great seafood in Calabash. - jrackley
Oct 2017 - $55.00
A lovely park that is kept extrememly clean, maintained by a marvelous staff. The lake and grounds are very nice. Plenty of room between sites and the length of each site is quite adequate for all types of rigs. I wish there was a cable connection to improve reception. The website was confusing concerning mailing address. - GailMOH
Jan 2018 - $44.00
Very pleasant RV park located convenient to I-95. Check in at the office with a camp store and gift shop was friendly and efficient and we were escorted to our site. Nearly all of the sites are FHU, pull-through, level, of various lengths, with 30 or 50 amps on gravel/dirt with grass in between. Some have well trimmed shade trees and others are open and satellite friendly. There is no cable but there are many OTA channels. The bathrooms/showers are modern, spacious and very clean, as is the large laundry room. There was a small dog park and green space around the park perimeter for walking a dog. Road noise was not a problem for us. Also, the Wifi worked well most of the time. This is a convenient and pleasant stop for an overnight but would be fine for a longer stay as well. - JoyceM
Jan 2018 - $41.00
A no frills KOA campground. Appears to be a lot of remodeling going on as the bathrooms were brand new and new electrical boxes thru out. You will hear the I95 noise but easy on - off makes up for this. My only complaint was with all the empty sites they assign us one that has sand and dirt instead of gravel and with the wet grounds we tracked mud in. Also the sewer top was missing so the smell became bad at times on the 2nd connection. - Biggyrat
Jan 2018 - $41.00
Great KOA located right off I-95. A little road noise, but nothing major. Great stopover. We ended up staying three nights due to a winter storm that changed our itinerary. Very pleasant new owners and work campers, eager to help out when asked. Lots of improvements being made. Pristine, large, updated bathrooms - better than any we've seen in our travels. Clean and ample laundry room. We had a large pull-thru site #25. We will return here in the future. - Dianne and Tony from Maine