2 Parks near Greenville, North Carolina
May 2016 - $35.00
There are very few options in this area and we found this park to suit our needs and close to Greenville. Access roads are paved and accessible for big rigs. Camp is gravel based pull thrus for easy access in an open area near local farm fields. Currently ten sites with plans to expand. The utilities are placed well and water, electric and sewer all functioned fine. Nothing fancy, no facilities, but clean and but the owners are wonderful people. Wide open skies, great reception for over the air antenna and no obstructions for satellite. If you are looking for a clean, quiet place to park this is perfect. - which2
May 2016 - $40.00
This park was a hidden gem, especially for staying while visiting kids at ECU. We arrived around 9:30 @ night, and called them before hand. The owner met us outside, showed me to the site and even offered to assist setting up. When we were setting up, he drove my TOAD around to our site, so I didn't have to walk to get it. I admit, as some reviews stated there are no amenities, but I knew this coming in. Awesome water pressure, and great shaded sites. Our site was pretty level and was a sand/gravel/grass area. Picnic table was onsite. They had 20/30/50 Amp hook-ups. Since I was only there for 5 days, mainly visiting ECU I didn't go fishing. Everyone in the parks were friendly and it was very quiet at night. Easy access to Highway 264, and only 10 minutes to ECU campus. We will be camping here again! We camped in a pull-thru site with a 38' Motorhome. - Chkysbak
Sep 2015 - $40.00
Spent three weeks here, visiting family who are ECU faculty. This park has excellent water, sewer, and electric hookups; no other facilities. Price seems a bit steep, but since it's about the only place available in Greenville, we were happy to pay it. The weekly and monthly rates are discounted from the daily rate quoted above.
The park owners made every effort to accommodate us. Even though we were first told that there was no space available for our first weekend, they offered to provide a parking space with electric and water; we would have to have used the dump station. We agreed to take that. Then they had a last-minute cancellation, so we got a full hookup site by the lake. This is a beautiful area, and very quiet. Will definitely try to get a space here on our next visit to Greenville. - gfs1943
Aug 2015 - $40.00
This is a small campground near Greenville, NC. We stay here when visiting our son at East Carolina University. This was our 4th trip staying at the campground. It is on the same property as Bradford Creek Coach and RV Center. There are probably about ten sites total. Most are around a stocked pond. Most are also under large oak trees - well kept so no issues with the height of the RV.
The staff was very friendly, showed us to our site and made sure we were all setup on each trip. Some campers appeared to be long term and some weekend or similar visitors. Campground was fairly quiet with little activity, but those campers we saw outside were friendly.
It is a perfect location and a great place for a weekend visit or getaway. It is not the place to go to for things to do at the campground other than fishing. - TBonz