3 Parks near Fayetteville, North Carolina
Jul 2014 - $12.00
This is a no frills campground, but I really like it. Art and his wife Bobbie are super nice and go out of their way to make you welcome. I camp here often when I work at Ft. Bragg several times a year. I love the fact it is downtown. EVERYTHING is with a couple of miles from the campground...Walmart, Kmart, malls, theaters, any place you want to eat. Great location! There are no restrooms/bathhouse/pool. Internet is good close to the office. I think he is trying to upgrade the signal to improve coverage. Passport America friendly!!! - gregwoodmbsc
Feb 2009 - $12.00
This "park" is Art's back yard at the dead end of a street. We got the last site on the day of our visit. Most of the sites appeared to be seasonal, as residences for the occupants. The nearness of an air force base and army base makes this a convenient location. Our stay was an overnight layover and we got the Passport America rate, for which there is no limitation. The location is a few miles off I-95, but we would probably stop for the night again. - Jay Rutherford
May 2008 - $13.00
This is not a campground, but rather 12 RV sites in Art's backyard. There are currently 10 full hookup sites and two W/E sites (which as of this writing 5/08 are getting connected to the sewer). Art's RV sites are very convenient to Ft. Bragg/Pope AFB as well as anything in Fayetteville. Very little street noise from the main drags of Skibo or Cliffdale. Shopping and eateries galore about 1 block away on Skibo. Propane refill is available at Owens Garden Center directly across from intersection of Windemere and Cliffdale. $12.50/night reflects Passport America rate with no restrictions. - PattieAM
Jul 2012 - $25.00
This is a small RV Park in a grass field behind an extended stay motel/lodge halfway between Fort Bragg and downtown Fayetteville. The sites are on gravel and level. There is plenty of space between RVs. A few small trees are around. There are no facilities that we know of, but we didn't ask. The open field has no fence around it, or security of any kind, but we never felt unsafe and the neighbors, some of whom had been there for weeks seemed just fine. It's not a destination park but it's near everything if you are in Fayetteville for a few days of visiting. - jwillie44
Nov 2015 - $37.00
Lazy Acres is a fine place to stop on your way North or South. It is very convenient to Rt 95 without any road noise. There is an airport nearby. but it is no issue at night.
This was our second time staying there. The staff was excellent and we were guided to our site. Although it seems to be an older CG, the bathrooms/showers have been refurbished and are excellent. There are many permanent sites but they are well kept. We were in site 7. It was reasonably level with easy access, The only difficulty I had was with the 50 amp service. One line was not working and I had to use the 3o amp outlet instead.
I do not know the Fayetteville area so I cannot recommend any local attractions.
All that being said. we will definitely stay there again as a travel stop. - SchnoodleCamp
Sep 2015 - $37.00
We stayed there twice overnight passing through. Owners were nice and stayed open until 7pm. Wifi and hookups worked well. We would stay there again. - Sleeps Two
Sep 2015 - $33.00
Office staff was great and let us pick between 2 sites to accommodate our big rig. Site was shady with a lot of trees as in entire campground. Entrance wide, easy to get in and easy access off 1-95. will stay here again in our travels towards Florida. - BOBDEB01