2 Parks near Four Oaks, North Carolina
Nov 2014 - $20.00
We lucked out and took the only available pull through, which was on a gravel pad. The campground is full of run down mobile homes that look like they haven't been cleaned or maintained in years. To call this an RV resort is definitely playing loose with the term. Although the work kamper that greeted us was friendly, the management was tense. I would not recommend this place. - righttime
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Majority of sites contained run down campers or trailers owned or rented by people living there full time. Trains ran both directions directly behind the campground every hour night and day. The trains were loud and shook the camper. There was no place to walk the dog. - Fulltimersrv
Aug 2014 - $21.00
The rate is Passport America. The gal behind the counter was very pleasant. The one unisex restroom/shower (you need a key) was in one of the motel rooms, and it was clean, secure & useable. The cable was good. The Wifi did not work. The campground is directly behind and next to a motel. We would not use the word campground, but more like trailer park with a few RV hookups available. There are many old, very run-down, permanent trailers & mobile homes in the park. We had no table & the spot we were assigned was very narrow at the back, with an embankment to the electric on one side, and an embankment to a shared water source on the other. It was a challenge to level. The weeds were 3 feet high throughout the park and at our site. Roads are crushed gravel and sites are weeds, grass & some dirt. There is a lot of junk stored on the property. Trains run next to the property & you are under the flight path of the air station. We would choose another campground next time. - R&S
May 2015 - $35.00
Great location if your traveling on I-95. The sites are all out in an open field with a few young trees planted. The site pads are large marble chips rather than compacted small gravel. Different, but it still held up the RV. Cable and Wi-Fi are all good signals. A word of caution, the water pressure is quite high (about 65psi) so a pressure regulator is recommended. This park is better suited for the one night traveler rather than an extended stay. Easy access to I-95. - rv time
May 2015 - $32.00
We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend. This was the busiest time ever, according to one of the friendly employees. The park's amenities are awesome. Two nice size pool with a shallow kids wading section, jacuzzi, billiards room, workout room, large meeting room, miniature golf, pickle court, and play ground. Three dog runs. 65+ psi of water pressure. Clean individual showers. Long sites, fairly level. Easy access. Being that the CG has recently been renovated & updated, there aren't many trees for shade. Lots of room between sites, some with flower & plant beds. Close enough to I-95 and we did hear traffic at night, unless the A/C kicked on. Definitely the place to stay if visiting Raleigh or traveling through. - amxpress
Apr 2015 - $30.00
This is a former KOA and still shows up on some GPS's as a KOA. The new owners have installed new utilities throughout the park. The roads and sites are gravel. There is a problem of drainage on some of the sites. I was there for a week and the site beside never dried up. The buildings onsite are in great shape. They have 2 pools and a hot tub (not open).
The CG is close to I95 but traffic noise is not that noticeable.
The Wi-Fi worked very well, but the park wasn't that busy.
A previous comment stated that lighting wasn't a problem, but I disagree. There are street lights throughout the park in addition each site has a light on the electrical box. Unless you have light blocking window shades you will get a lot of light at night.
This is a great CG to stop at overnight if traveling I95. - jnateg