Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $35.00
We stay here whenever we are having dealer service work performed because it is just a few miles from our dealer. This campground is well-run and has the best wifi service of anywhere we have ever stayed--coverage has been excellent and the speed is consistent. Shaded lakeside or "woodsy" sites are available, plus open sites that work well for large rigs. Very nice views of the lake from many sites. Close proximity to restaurants, shopping and major highways. Our only complaint is that we'd like for the undiscounted daily rate to be a bit lower. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is a simple and basic nice campground that is owned and operated by the city of High Point. They do not take reservations, this is a first come first serve campground. Some of the sites are unlevel and could take some extra blocks. We stayed in the C loop and had a nice view of the lake. The restrooms were clean but they are dated and could use some updating. Like others have said, bring extra water hose and a Y spigot fitting as you will share water with your neighbor. I highly recommend it. Overall we enjoyed our stay and will come back again. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
There is a very nice golf course (Oak Hollow Golf Course) less this 1/4 of a mile from the campground, if you golf
There are three sections. A and C are wooded with a variety of sites, many of which are not level and will not accommodate large rigs. Section B is a gravel field in the middle adjacent to the lake with back-in sites with full hookups and 50 amp electric. Wifi works well. The closer you get to the lake, the more severe the slope and the more difficult to level (like nearly impossible if you have a large rig, particularly sites B14 to 19). Hookups in section B are at the back of the site, so prepare for long cords and hoses. Sewer hookups will also be uphill. No picnic tables or patios, just gravel. Park is operated by the city and there is no other option anywhere nearby, so it is functional. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Beautiful city owned and maintained CG. Sits along the banks of Oak Hollow Lake in a rather quiet cove. We saw a few boats but none were loud due to the no wake zone that was near by. Would have rated this CG a 10 if the spaces were a little wider and some work was done to level them up. Has to do some work to get my TT leveled but nothing that was unreasonable. The website states they do not accept reservations but if you call the day of arrival they will save you a site. Excellent staff we were assigned site C14 and was told it had 30 amp service well after spending some time leveling I went to plug in and found a 50 amp plug. Oh we'll I said and headed to the office/camp store to purchase an adapter. The man in the store gave me a brand new adapter and said just bring it back when you check out. Now trusting people is hard to find anymore. We will return and hopefully be able to stay longer than 2 nights. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $35.00
We're getting back in to camping after a couple years hiatus and this was our first stay here in our new to us Motorhome. This is a fantastic campground. Clean, nicely spaced sites, cable, wifi, on the lake with great fishing and in High Point with close proximity to great shopping and restaurants. Only draw back I can say about this place is that they do not take any reservations. Which means if you are not local, it's a shot in the dark and hope you get a spot. Luckily, we are local :) We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Campground has changed to the dark side. Rates have gone up to 35 versus 30, without any significant changes for the better. Restrooms were full of dead bugs and one out of two toilets was stopped up and disgusting. I think the lady who had done an outstanding job has been let go. The guys doing it now don't spend but 5 minutes on cleaning, go figure. Sites are still the same with lots of blocks needed to level unless you get here early and find one of the twenty where you can level your unit. Will be looking for another campground in the future. It's not the staff at the campground; its the city management people that have no clue in running a campground. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
The staff here was very friendly and helpful. Our site was right on the shore of the lake and we had a beautiful view. The bathrooms were clean and not too far from our site. I believe that they would be less than a five minute walk from any of the sites. Although they state that their tent sites do not have electric hookups several of them did and ours was less than ten feet from an outlet which was a definite plus. I would definitely stay here again and will be recommending to friends. With the lack of campgrounds in the High Point/ Greensboro area this was a convenient location for activities in the area. There are only two downsides to this campground but neither are “deal breakers.” There is traffic noise from the nearby highways; however it is almost entirely drowned out by the nature sounds in the area. They do not take reservations so it is a first come first serve facility. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Tent.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
We chose to be in the middle section to be able to get satellite. Sites were long, but a bit narrow. We had to change to get leveled. It's a beautiful park on the lake. City owned. Easy access in and out was easy and the staff was very friendly. All the utilities worked well. We would stay there again when in the area. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $25.00
We camp here twice a year during Furniture Market. This is a terrific place, with a beautiful view, space to walk the dogs (waste bags provided) and easy access to activities. Rate shown is approximate as we pay in advance for the entire market, even if we are only there part of the time. Not a criticism of the system, just a fact. They made a huge upgrade in the Wi-Fi, and it worked well. All other amenities worked well with exception of cable. Hope there are future plans to work on getting sites more level. We look forward to returning. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $30.00
This is a well-kept municipal park operated by the City of High Point. We liked it - nice quiet place on a real pretty lake, golf course next door, many tennis courts, marina and boat launch ramps, picnic areas near lake, good for walking and running too. Bathrooms were older but clean and usable. Washer and dryer at bathhouse too. Problems were lots of sloped sites, bring boards and blocks. Sewer connect at some spots was 6" high; a few long hanging trees limbs in my spot too. Good solid electric power and city water, cable TV was nice, about 75-80 channels. Tent spots looked outstanding - on wooden decks raised off of the ground. Near shopping (about 2 miles from Walmart and other shops) and lots of restaurants nearby too. We would return, although it would be nice if they had better rates (weekly, discounts, etc). We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Motorhome.
The best sites at this park are in C-section on the outside edge adjacent to the lake. They are also the only ones almost level with space to place your chairs and other camping goodies. The bathhouses are OK, typical state/city stuff. The pool is small, but clean and probably sized for the campground. Most all of the other sites are really sloped up or down and I couldn't get my trailer level with my tongue jack all the way down. Locals seem to drop their campers on Thursday evening in C-sect to keep them for the weekend, so good luck. Very helpful employees, wonderfully wooded atmosphere and close to restaurants and stores. They have a nice little store with a decent amount of camping goodies. We would stay again if I could get into those C spots. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
For a city owned and operated campground, it is quite nice. It is situated on Oak Hollow Lake, and a few sites actually adjoin the lake. About half the sites have paved, shaded landings. The other half have only graveled area with little shade. Sites in B & D sections are small, but deep. The wi-fi is very poor. Water pressure is adequate, but not stellar. Even though it is in the city, one would think it lies in the country. A quiet, peaceful setting. Would and have stayed here often. We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $30.00
I would really like to give this City run CG a higher rating as it is in a gorgeous setting and is very well maintained. There are four sections A, B, C and an overflow Section D. Section C where we stayed is an open area on the lake with large gravel sites. This area is level though it does not have any shade. Whereas Sections A & B are in nicely wooded areas that can accommodate large RVs to tents. Problem is that many of these sites are unlevel with front to back out of level as much as 3 feet and left to right out of level that would be a problem with most rigs. All utilities worked fine and these hired staff was very nice. Grass is cut and clutter is quickly cleaned up. We saw two water moccasin snakes along the shores of the lake so beware! We camped at Oak Hollow Family Campground in a Motorhome.