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7 RV Parks near Fremont, North Carolina
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fremont. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fremont in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $17.00
Stayed here 2 nights in a motorhome. Only military and DOD civilians are permitted to use this park. It is located on base and is easy to get to. The roads are paved and the sites are concrete. The water and electric are situated in a reasonable location, but my sewer was in a bad location. No cable TV, don't know about WiFi. Satellite TV is spotty due to many trees. Overall a nice campground for short or extended stay. - trav
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Very quiet. Helpful staff. Convenient to interstate (2 miles). Make reservations ahead as we did. Don't forget detergent for laundry. Manager was very kind and helpful. Bath and showers had been repainted and were clean. Campground was well maintained and perfect quiet place for family and/or senior stays. We plan to use again in our travels. - tyndallrg
Jun 2014 - $28.00
Easy access, and good signs on the way. Very rustic campground. All hookups were adequate, the water spigots are below the ground in a hole. Beware that for every two campsites, the hookups are on the same posts, therefore each camper pulls in different. And you will be facing your neighbor. Very awkward. As you and your neighbor sits under the awning, you seem like you are camping with them. Weird.
The pool was nice but dirty. Every day we took our fishing minnow net and skimmed the pool and got all the bugs out before we went swimming. Typical run down campground. The owner is extremely nice and doesn't put up with rowdy, noisy people. He accommodated every request we had.
The internet was very reliable. It was a good place to spend the night, but not an extended stay destination. If you have a visitor to visit, they will be banned from the pool, I guess liability issue? The campground needs a lot of work. We would possibly stay again if we needed a place to sleep, but not stay long. - jabberb
Jul 2013 - $28.00
Easy access off I-95. They made us feel welcome and guided us to our spot, which was level. Nice pool on premise. Spots were shaded which interfered with satellite TV reception, but kept them cooler. We will stay here again. - ournextstop
Jun 2018 - $33.00
Nice little side of the road rv park. Grounds are well kept. Could use a bit more gravel on the sites and roads. Nose beware, the office is also a bait shop - and, it smells like a bait shop. After check in, everything was good. - GlobeTrotterRV3
Sep 2017 - $31.00
This is an older "Mom and Pop" campground that has a lot of full timers whose RV's need some TLC. The park itself is clean and the grass sites are plenty long to stay hooked up and very level. Our site had a patio, picnic table and fire pit. Wi-fi but no cable, play area, pool, old mini golf and best of all DONKEYS !!!!! They were very friendly and loved to be petted! This is a good park for an overnight stay. - travelswithpuppies
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Very nice RV park!! For overnight stay, a bit off the freeway, however I think it was worth the ride. Nice staff who were ready and very willing to help with anything you needed. Sites were very nice with new fire rings in place. Long-term residents at this park. - User2568
Oct 2018 - $44.00
EZ on and off from I95. Would recommend making a rese because there seemed to be only a few transient sites. Many well kept permanent rigs. Easy to negotiate for big rigs. WiFi ok. EWS ok. We were in a pull in/back out with trees and no satellite availability and they do not have cable. Nice park. Have and would stay again. - Team Asphalt
Sep 2018 - $32.00
We spent a week here. There was some traffic noise but not a problem. The site was mostly dirt which carried into the RV. WiFi was OK and our Verizon cell and hotspot worked. Rooftop dish worked at E4. Easy on & off I95. - big greg
Aug 2018 - $44.00
Great little campground with easy access off I-95. Staff in the office was super friendly. We had a huge site. Park was quiet with great sunset views. - NYKnappers
Aug 2018 - $25.00
We were very surprised how clean this campground was. We had no trouble backing into our site, that included full service. The brochure omitted full sewer hookup on site. The fire pit and barbeque grille were ready for use. I didn't need my leveling blocks for the site. The sites are well spaced with lots of trees. Our site was partially shaded. The paths were clean and easy to negotiate. So quiet during the day and night. No road traffic could be heard. The security was tops, with a ranger on patrol almost every hour. We went to the lake which is spring fed. It was beautiful with a lush grass lawn right down to the water's edge. I am very conscientious about protecting our forest and seeing litter left on the ground bothers me. In the four days we camped here, we didn't see any litter on the ground. Amazing! Great park to relax, take a walk or go swimming. Also we met lots of campers. - Arcymoore
Jun 2018 - $20.00
The wife and I just returned from a 4 night stay here ( Monday-Thursday). The state has recently converted 12 of the sites from tent sites to full hookup sites with 50/30/20amp service. The gravel parking pads on all 12 sites are long enough for any big rig, plus there is a gravel tent pad with fire ring and picnic table on each site. There is also 3 cabins that will sleep 6 with ac and heat but no cooking or inside water.
There are 30 camping sites plus the 3 cabins. All sites are shady. Streets are paved and there is a centrally located bathhouse. There are walking trails in the park, fishing in the nearby Neuse River and a 11 acre swim lake with a grass beach and swimming in season. Firewood and ice available on site and a nice visitors center.
The park entrance is locked at either 8 or 9 pm depending on the season. The campground will close down sometime this year (2018) to tear down and build a new bathhouse. The current bathhouse is open but was damaged in January when the plumbing froze. - Dolan Brown
Mar 2018 - $23.00
First time here. The recent upgrades at some of the sites are great. Our site was large and had plenty of privacy. Enjoyed walking the trails and just hanging out. Bathhouse is worn but appeared to be clean. - jrackley
Nov 2018 - $45.00
This RV park is good for an overnight stop. We had to park close to the grass because the site could use some leveling out; which the days we were there were rainy and extremely muddy getting in and out of the RV. We used the laundromat which was average. On the morning that we were suppose to leave, the office called half an hour early from check out to make sure we were not staying for another day because they did not see us moving around at our site. - TWTD
Nov 2018 - $50.00
The prior reviews are right on point.. the place is great. We visited with our local chapter of Airstream club and used the large meeting room, pickleball courts (which we were told by someone that play a lot of pickleball are first rate courts) the rackets and balls were OK more for lots of usage vs good quality but OK. We were their the weekend of Nov 10 and the pools/ hot tubs were closed and covered for winter. They do have ping pong table, putt putt course, 9 holes and very different layout, nice private bathhouse feature with showers etc. the sites are large and mostly flat. The gravel roadways could use some potholes filled, at least on the "300" spots road, but overall a nice place abet somewhat pricey. - carl2591
Nov 2018 - $49.00
Nice park with many well maintained sites; all were gravel, and all seemed level. The little carriage lights on the electric posts were a nice touch, especially if you arrive after dark, as we did. The CG offers discount meals and free waffles occasionally (check the calendar on their website) in their rec room. They have a pool (closed in November), small putt-putt course, playground and basketball court, none of which we used, as we were just stopping overnight while traveling. It's clear the management is trying to make this park almost a destination in itself, with lots of amenities and activities. It would be a great place to spend a few days, especially with children. We paid for a premium pull thru ($55/night minus 10% GS discount), and we were assigned Site number 1 which was immediately next to the common buildings, so there was a lot if foot traffic exiting the spaghetti dinner when we got there. It was not especially noisy, just normal walking past the RV talking. All of the single digit (premium?) sites are close to the main facilities (pool, playground, rec room) and offices. Some folks might like that , but we'd have preferred a site a little farther from all that. Walking around the CG in the morning, I saw several sites in the 400's and 300's (308, 309, 409, etc.) that were pull through and looked every bit as nice as ours in the front of the campground. I dont know if those are cheaper, but next time, I plan to request that area. One caveat - they don't refund your deposit if you cancel for any reason. I experienced that on an earlier trip. Yes, that policy is clearly stated on their web site. But as mentioned, there were several sites available on a Friday in November. So consider the risk of losing your deposit against the risk of not getting a site. We would definitely stay here again. It's a little pricey, but you get what you pay for. - Maggie420
Sep 2018 - $24.00
This campground should not be called a Resort. Our site was sufficient however, this a Mobile Home Park with a few campsites. The shower facilities were motel rooms emptied of furniture...that was ok, but the smell was really bad. Smelled like old, moldy carpets. Cost effective for overnight. - ajoy922
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Just an overnight stay on our way from Central Florida to Maryland. Passport America rate is $22.50 plus something called "tourism tax" of $.68, plus tax, which all totaled is $25. Very buggy and lots of gnats made it difficult to work outside during setup of our fifth wheel. But it seemed pretty quiet and our neighbors and other campers we chatted with were very friendly, so inside our camper we go to have some dinner. The first very long freight train of the evening came rumbling through about 40 yards from our site. Then another. And another. We looked at our watches to time the arrival of the next one. We didn't have to wait long - another train came thru within 10 minutes. All this between 7:30 pm and 8:25 PM. Train buffs will LOVE this place! - PARTYOF2
Nov 2016 - $25.00
I will just echo what the other reviews have said. This is an OK place for an overnight stop, but you would never want to plan to go camping here. It is really a mobile home park that has a few spots for RVs. My spot was convenient. It was fairly level. The water was low to the ground and a little hard to hook up. They do have cable but because it was late in the evening and I was going to be leaving early in the morning he didn't want to give me a cable box because he said it would be hard for me to turn it in. There's $100 deposit for a cable box. He said I could get a lot of local channels and I did. It wasn't a problem. This was the only place I've ever stayed that I felt like I should lock my door if I was walking my dog in view of my trailer. That may not be a fair assessment, but just from the rundown look of it that's how I felt. They also rent a motel in front of the campground. I understand that there are other much nicer places to stay in Four Oaks, so if ever passing through that way again I would definitely look for one of those. - Donna In GR