11 Parks near Lexington, North Carolina
Sep 2016 - $45.00
We stayed for a long weekend, arriving at noon on Friday. Check in was easy and we were escourted to our site, The site was off the main entrance and sloped down quite a bit. The map lead you to believe there would be a water view and there was a peek of water through the trees. The park was quite and had plenty of trees. It was very peaceful but a little stressful coming in and going out as the access roads were on the narrow side. - tvolk
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We stayed here 7 years ago. It has changed into a trailer park for boaters and fishermen. Permanent sites are packed throughout the park. We were in a row of pull through sites near the entrance. Not very level. Sites very close together. Good hookups with water pressure. Wi-fi was very weak and intermittent. While sitting outside, the pull through site next to us was being shown to a potential long term resident. Difficult exiting our site due to layout. Lots of traffic going by our site. No dog park or designated dog area. Would be OK for an overnite or to play on the lake. We'll find someplace else next time. - amxpress
Apr 2015 - $37.00
Enjoyed our one night stay. Office help friendly and helpful. Escorted to our campsite and they also brought firewood to our campsite. We stayed near the lake but not exactly on it. Was a nice pleasant evening. Connections and sewer were fine. Site was not entirely level but we managed fine. We would return. - rwarner22
Advance, North Carolina (map) | (336) 998-4135
Sites: 293 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 40 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $1.00
Plenty of things to do - kids enjoyed the game room and fishing. - Reteze
Jun 2016 - $1.00
Well equipped and maintained clubhouse, pool shower/changing room. Adult pool is large; nice hot tub. The Family/kids pool area is really well done with a Jungle Gym, ice cream shop and restaurant. The restaurant is priced for families on a budget.
Our site was perfectly level, large and grassy.
NOTE: the waste water pipe does not have a threaded attachment style so bring an adapter. I use a 3" diameter by 12" long PVC pipe with a standard RV sewer line elbow adapted. Worked well. - GaHoosier
Feb 2016 - $3.00
Easy access to I85. Very nice and helpful staff. Large sites, mostly well maintained. Many long term campers, but plenty of sites for short term stays. Wifi costs extra, but well worth the couple of dollars. Most sites are back in. However, we were able to get out 43 ft MH in pretty easily. Would like to see this place in summer, I imagine it would be very nice. Stayed a week this time and would stay again. - westwill3
Nov 2016 - $38.00
We visited Cross Winds at the suggestion of family and friends and had a great time! We arrived at night and found it a bit tough to back in and get level due to low spots on the site that we couldn't see well in the dark. The site we were on (at the end of row B) was very wooded and private. My parents stayed in the site next to us and we enjoyed hiking through the trees woods to go visit them. We have already booked another trip next month. Trash cans at each site and the hookup locations were convenient for us. We are looking forward to trying out the new section that is currently being constructed. Looking forward to returning soon! - Megan McGrath
Oct 2016 - $38.00
We really liked this campground, we picked it out of the reviews to get out of the hurricane path that was coming up the coast. Our site was spacious, although not quite level - but that was easy to correct. The wi-fi was weak - but that wasn't a problem either. - Patches
Oct 2016 - $38.00
Park staff are friendly and courteous. The park is very clean and well kept. The site was very spacious, includes a fire ring and picnic table. Our children loved the playground and duck pond, we did not fish this trip. Overall a great camping experience and we would gladly return. - Ldon
Sep 2016 - $27.00
Comments made by the previous reviewer are accurate. My site was back-in next to the lake. Be very careful of the trees though when parking. I have Verizon and my signal was 1-bar or altogether non-existent but it made for a quiet evening! I only used the electric service for my own experience night stay but it was rock solid and my surgery protector/monitor detected no problems. Sites are sparsely graveled and could use some redressing. The overall campground is wooded but very nice with a significant amount of space between sites. - KC8RXQ
Jul 2016 - $24.00
In the year since I stayed at this campground, the county has added free wi-fi that worked well, after my Verizon phone couldn't find a signal. Nearly all sites were backin, spacious and needed some leveling. The rate shown was likely a senior rate. The entire campground is in dense woods. The roads through the campground are paved, but the sites are gravel. It appeared that all sites had 30 and 50 amp service along with a water spigot. The park was busy over the weekend, but by Sunday afternoon, nearly everyone left. The 3:00 pm checkout time is good for weekenders. The restrooms were clean and the showers were free and private. The campground is in the much larger Dan Nicholas Park with many shelters and activities galore on the 10 acres fishing lake. It's about 7 miles into Salisbury from the campground. We would definitely stay again if in the area. - Jay Rutherford
Jun 2015 - $24.00
We camped near the lake. Our sites and the ones around us were not level. We finally got leveled with wooden blocks under our levelers. Had one wheel 6 inches off the ground. The county has put a lot of thought and money into the lovely adjacent park. It seems they could spend a few more bucks and bring in some gravel to level the sites. When we first hooked up, my circuit tester showed one leg of the 50 amp service was dead. I contacted the office and within 10 minutes a service man showed up at our site and made the repairs. Apparently the circuit breaker had gone bad. The service man and the lady at the office were both very friendly and helpful. - Tetrode
Sep 2012 - $35.00
Horrible park! Check-in was not helpful, site was very unlevel. I was given site 0, which was overgrown. I didn't let my dog outside because of the number of bugs. Campground is not near the lake. I almost left just after I arrived. I would steer clear from this place. - A Chevalier
Jul 2012 - $45.00
The good thing I can say is it is "near" the lake, not on the lake, but "near." There a lot of construction workers staying here. It is really noisy between 5:30 and 6:00 a.m., when they all start up their diesel trucks to go to work! - CAMPING SUSAN
Mar 2011 - $34.00
We came here based on everyone's comments and pictures of the park on the website. Don't believe what you see! It's not terribly bad, but our spot was incredibly unlevel. The front of our trailer had to be jacked up so high our stabilizer was too short. Right now there are a lot of construction workers here and it's kind of of loud. Looks like it used to be a decent park, but right now I wouldn't suggest families staying here. - BRANDYC
May 2016 - $45.00
This campground is way overpriced. Sites are grass and get very soggy when it rains. WiFi only worked outside our trailer and even that was spotty. There is no cable. Did not use the showers as it would we would have had to walk back to our campsite in the soggy grass. Did look at the restrooms, there were okay. Had planned to stay 2 nights, but changed our minds because of the price. - srqcampers
Nov 2015 - $45.00
This campground was just reopened and the new owner is making a lot of positive improvements to the park. We stayed for the entire week of Thanksgiving so as you might imagine it was pretty quiet with only about 10 sites occupied during the week. It was quiet and clean. No junkie sites. Salisbury is just down the road about 5 miles with all the shopping you'll ever need as well as historical tours. We stopped by in the early fall one weekend while the park was pretty active and there was a lot of things going on. There was a big horseshoe tournament that day. Kids were paddle boating in the lake and we were able to speak to a lot of people in the short time we were there. We're thinking this may be our spring and fall park when we transition to full-time snow birds in the next year or so. You'll like Carolina Country CG, trust us. - Jim White Statesville NC
Jun 2011 - $7.00
Wi-Fi has a charge if you want it at your site. Said there is free Wi-Fi at office. Washing machines were out of order. Nice wooded area with a lake and pull through and backin sites. Satellite can be gotten from some sites not from all. Ask at office for a satellite friendly one. Most sites 30amp some are being upgraded to 50 amp. Overall we enjoyed campground and would return. - Mitchelmal
Nov 2016 - $33.00
Stayed in slot 38, which is a nice level wide and close to bath house location.
All slots on that side, 38 - 44 are reasonably flat. On the other side slots 37 - 31 have a varying degree of slope front to back with ones in middle of row needing some 8" or so of wood to level.
Same issue with slots 24 -30 worse in middle and better toward ends.
slots 1-16 appeared to be mostly level with some front to back slope.
When you enter the park off side street be sure to turn left at first road and then to right to park to go into office to check in.
The Park consist of a lot of activities area's including 2 nice golf courses and a BMX course. There is a nice dog park just a short distance from the RV area so a nice place to run the dog.
Bath house is nothing special but is heated with no coin meters for showers like you see up north..:) The door is locked with code from office on paper work at check in.
WIFI was good at our site but hard to get when in Airstream. Walk outside and good to go. Did notice the antennas appear to be mounted up by the host sites and dumpster area and pointing toward the RV area so not sure how good the signal is for slots 1-16 at far end of RV area.
When we were there with WBCCI rally, Piedmont unit 106, they were getting to open the Christmas light drive which looked to be fabulous. - carl2591
Oct 2016 - $33.00
We stayed at Tanglewood by a recommendation from a camp host on a Facebook RV and I must say, it was a great referral. The RV park is maintained by the county and is part of a larger extensive public park. The RV park itself is not huge, just 44 sites laid out in 4 rows. All roads and sites in the park are paved and include a paved patio. We were in the first row, site #3 which is the best place to be. In this row the back of your site backs up to a huge grass area, and about 200 yards away is the County parks off leash dog park, which was always busy. This also worked out well for us because to the many mature trees in the RV park, roof top satellite was not possible from almost all sites. Due to the large grassy area behind the site I was able to set up the remote satellite dish and just shoot over the tops of the tall trees. The middle rows of sites, say the 20's and 30's can be a real challenge to level on. The sites slope off dramatically to the back, and since all of their sites except #10 are back ins, motorhomes need to be careful when leveling as to not get both rear wheels off of the ground. The campground restrooms are older, but are clean and handicapped accessible. The Verizon air card worked here, but signal could be sketchy due to the distance from the nearest tower. The sewer connection is a bit high (about 8" tall) and the water pressure can drop to the 20 psi range when the park is full, but these issues are minor compared to the pluses of the area. The campground's season runs from May 1 thru November 30 and then shuts down for the winter. However the last week of November the County constructs a "Festival of Lights" in the adjoining park and should be quite spectacular. We left while it was being set up so we didn't get to see it. One issue is that there are NO motorcycles allowed in the RV park, or the county park. Alcohol is also not permitted in the park, but discreet consumption is possible. - SargeW
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here for a week while our child attended the STEM Program at Wake Forest University. My brother was with us, who has COPD. We were told we could use the golf cart for him to use, but once here, you could only go to the outdated bathhouse. All park amenities were at least a mile from the campground. Very unlevel lots. NO CABLE!!! The park hosts say Time Warner Cable recently changed the park to digital, and it has left the lots with NO SERVICE. I will not stay here again. Park is fairly clean, with beautiful gardens, you just have to get in the car to drive to everything. There are only a few level lots. - John-Teresa Lynch
May 2016 - $25.00
This is a mobile home park with a few spots for RVs. Mainly older units that are in need of repair. The roads were paved. Our spot was level. The first spot he wanted to put us in was very muddy and not level, so he did move us. This spot was grass with some gravel in the muddy spots. He does charge by the day, not night . So 4 nights is 5 days, you pay for 5 days. No bath house, you must be self-contained. The park is quiet and no one bothers you. - esta34950
Nov 2016 - $35.00
Except for furniture vendors during the furniture market events, there are no reservations. For RVs there are three sections. Sections A and C are old and covered with trees. Some sites are large, some small. Some level, most not. Section B is an open gravel lot in the center with 24 sites. Sites B1 through B13 are fairly level; sites B14 through B24 not so much. In B section all utilities are in the rear with most of the sewer connections uphill. Electric worked well. Water pressure low. WIFI has improved so with my signal amplifier it worked well. No picnic table, patio, or fire ring. Cell signal weak. Unfortunately, there are no good parks in the entire Triad area, so this is the best going. - ramblin' vagabonds
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Stayed on one of the level sites in section A. Sites are narrow and many are unlevel to the point that you need to move to section B which is all gravel and level but no trees at all. Restrooms are clean on the weekends but no cleaning from Tuesday til Friday, not the best situation. Pool is avail in section A. Nice campground but the city needs to spend some of the profit to fix sites that are asphalt but breaking edges on sides and large dips in pavement need attention. no patio only dirt to sit. - srbuynow
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We thoroughly enjoyed this campground. We were in section B, the gravel lot for larger RVs. We were concerned about lot being uneven in that section (we were in B17) based on previous reviews, but was not an issue at all; just needed a little leveling out. No trees in this lot, as in neighboring A & C sections (for smaller trailers and tent camping). View of lake from section B was great, including a shelter with picnic tables. Saw lots of canoes and kayaks, row teams, and ducks. Kids went to a nice little playground in section A (or C, can't remember) and then went to the large playground at the marina across the lake (had to drive). Overall, thought it was a great facility and would certainly recommend it. Only drawback is that the sites were smaller (width); our neighbor could not extend their awning all the way with our slides out. We did not have a neighbor on our other side, but we would've had the same issue. - Camping with kiddos
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Both the people operating the park and the people staying there were all great. Wi-Fi was poor but I was far away from the office. It's cash or check only. No alcohol beverages permitted. Yes I would come back. - Lindas Old Man
Nov 2013 - $30.00
We always stay at Holly Bluff, when we are in the area. It is a small, peaceful place and it serves our needs well. The 50 amp, pull-through lots are easy in and out. A little levelling is usually necessary, but we are used to that. Wi-Fi is adequate as is the water pressure. The staff is wonderfully helpful. - Lise
Aug 2013 - $28.00
Decent place, nice people... Wifi was not good and I would not want to stay a week but a day or two was fine. - gc1966