12 Parks near Pinnacle, North Carolina
Jul 2013 - $24.00
We would not stay here again. If we could have gotten a refund we would have left. OLD restrooms and showers that had bugs, frogs, no heat or air, and one stall had the lights not working. This "campground" is filled with old campers, 5th wheels, and horse trailers that people are living in. It is WAY off the highway and in a valley so there are no views. It does have a laundry. We almost had a cell phone signal. The person who checked us in was nice and helpful when we asked questions. - BorntoCruise
Jul 2010 - $16.00
Quiet, level, clean park. It does not have a pool or game room but, if you are looking for a nice inexpensive place to camp while in the Mt. Airy, Pilot Mt. and Winston-Salem area this is the place to stay. It does have a decent playground for kids. We enjoyed our three nights staying there and will go back. - Oldman5145
Oct 2016 - $43.00
Stayed 4 nights while working in Winston-Salem.
As mentioned, owners are very nice, friendly, and helpful.
Small CG with 10 sites, all concrete pads which made it easy to set up and level. Good water pressure. Antenna TV picked up 25+ stations. Wi-fi was fair most of the time experienced low signal or loss occasionally. There is a small pond down in a valley that the sites overlook. There was traffic noise from US52. Good view of Pilot Mountain. No dog park, yet. One is planned. This is a good base camp if working or visiting the area. Not far from Mt. Airy. - amxpress
Jun 2016 - $43.00
The family that owns and operates this park is very friendly and helpful. The sites are large and level with convenient hook ups. The whole place is clean and well maintained. It is close to and has a great view of Pilot Mountain. The bathrooms and showers are first class. The entrance is a tight turn when approached from the west, so it is worthwhile to contact the park for directions if you have a long rig. - FLRamblers
May 2016 - $43.00
Small (only ten sites) RV park with every site giving you a front row seat of Pilot Mountain. Every site has a large, wide concrete pad that can easily accommodate even the largest rigs. Each site has full hook up, although no cable is offered. WIFI was strong and speedy. Good spacing between each site. The entire resort is in immaculate and spotless condition. The park is within an easy drive to many of the Yadkin Valley vineyards, and beautiful little towns like Mt. Airy. Many of the local vineyards also have great restaurants and/or areas for picnicking. If you are into hiking nearby Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock parks offer tons of trails. We will definitely be back. We camped in a 36' class A MH, with tow vehicle. - LucyS
Jun 2012 - $25.00
We camped here on our very first trip in our camper. The sites are fairly level and very shaded. There is no Wi-Fi or cable but it has an amazing peaceful atmosphere. As far as things to do for children there isn't anything. However, they have a huge field that you can play whatever sport you want in. The view of Pilot Mountain was awesome. The manager of the camp was super nice and very helpful. They do have a dump station but no sewer hookups. Overall we had a great time. We would go again. - HappyCampers6
Sep 2011 - $25.00
Beautiful campground at the foot of Pilot Mountain with some of the best views and sunsets. Large stage with various events throughout the year, esp. bluegrass, Smilefest, Bobstock, scouting jamborees, mud runs, weddings. I have stayed there 30+ times, and it is a 4 hour drive for me. The owner is very nice, but also firm enough to keep trouble out/away. I caught a 5 lb bass in their lake so bring your poles. - ReelEKeen
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This is our first stay at this campground. We have a 35' travel trailer with slides and they only have a dozen sites for overnight guests. Keep in mind, this park rather large and has a lot of sites with all of them being permanent. Out of those few overnight sites, our rig could only fit in a few of them. They have overflow sites near the front gate which is in field with no shade would fit our camper along with the five sites on top of the hill also with no shade. The sites near the pool are really for smaller rigs except for the last three sites on the end of the row but the problem is it's very tight trying to do a 3-point turn backing into those sites which are at an angle. We got site B22 ( FHU ) which is located at the top of the hill and it's shaded. It's shared with B21 and both are pull-thrus. The campground is set up on a hill so the main road is steep so be prepared for that. The campground is gated with card access so that's nice for late night access. We camped here for 8 nights and took advantage of the Sunday thru Thursday special that included 2 pool passes. The pool is awesome with a rope, diving board, zero entry for the little ones and a slide. The overall campground is well kept, clean and very quite in the upper part. The sites next to the pool will be noisy since they play music all day long and the general noise from the pool play. The pool has a snack bar with hot food at affordable prices. The staff were very friendly and easy to deal with. Overall, we plan to come back. - NC RV Travler
May 2015 - $28.00
Let me start by saying this appears to be a campground built beside a humongous pool. The campground is mostly permanent sites but there are about a dozen short stay sites. The pool has a slide and rope swing and is open to the public. Both the public and the campers have to pay to use it. The "A" sites back up to a nice small stream and have a view of a waterfall (the dam at the end of the lake). A5 through A10 are decent sized. The others are small sites. We stayed in site A6. It had the potential to be a nice site, but the very busy pool was just on the other side of the stream and they blast music all day long. There is also non-stop golf cart traffic. We were also under a poplar tree which dropped sap like crazy on the trailer and truck. The pool is only open between Memorial Day and Labor Day so if we ever go back it will be when the pool is closed (probably in the fall of the year). If you want an awesome pool and are willing to pay for it then this may be just the ticket for you though. This place is just too loud and wild for us. - Echelon73
Jun 2014 - $33.00
This is a family friendly campground with plenty of things to enjoy. Everyone was friendly and our kids especially enjoyed the large community pool. - creese
Aug 2016 - $40.00
The staff was very nice. Getting out was a challenge, as the exit route was very narrow. They did not have cable and even though they claimed to have WiFi, it did not work. - Farsaci
Jun 2016 - $45.00
When we made reservations, I specifically requested a site where we could get satellite because they have no cable. We were told we'd have a nice long site in the open. When we arrived, we were told they had to switch our site because the previous guests had problems leveling. We were given their unlevel site and told we could move in 2 days when they left. Site 19 was extremely difficult to level our coach. We had to use a couple of boards to keep the wheels from lifting off the ground. We moved to site 44 after the others left but still had problems leveling and the satellite reception was spotty because of the trees. The exit road has some deep ruts and tight turns. It's unfortunate, because the office staff/owners? were extremely friendly and helpful. If we return to this area we will look for another park. - dickens
Oct 2015 - $41.00
We chose this park because it was close to the Yadkin valley wine region. Check-in was easy and quick. The owners are very helpful with information on local area attractions. Wi-Fi is available, but we didn't use it. Some TV channels were available with antenna, unless you had satellite. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The shower stalls have average room for changing. Many of the sites are shaded with mature hardwood trees. All of the sites are gravel and ours required extensive leveling. Sites have fire pits and the park sells firewood. Boonville is 2 miles south of the campground and has a small grocery store. We would stay here again if we come back to the area. - MikeandDixie
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
Nov 2016 - $30.00
We found this park to be a great value. Roads and camping spaces are crushed granite gravel. Roads are wide. The camping areas are well spaced. We stayed in the premium area for large rigs which is situated on a hill offering beautiful views overlooking the park. - Lama79
Oct 2016 - $32.00
Clean spacious campground and close to Mt Airy. - Maltaman
Oct 2016 - $17.00
Excellent campground. Very little shade; nice pull-thru and back-in sites. Level, plenty of space between sites. Grass, gravel. Fishing ponds; which I enjoyed every day. Will be staying here again. Only negative; WIFI could use a booster. - billydw
Aug 2012 - $20.00
First time here camping in our pop up. Stayed on site 19 which allowed plenty of room for our camper but backing in was a challenge. The drop off between the road and the campsite caused my rig to bottom out but we were able to finally get it in the site by very careful maneuvering. The bath house was fairly clean and there are doors on the shower stalls (mentioned in previous reviews that there were not). Beautiful park here with amazing trails and views. We will be back again. Did not see any travel trailers (would be a tight fit) and only about 3 pop ups. - jrackley
May 2012 - $15.00
Very peaceful and relaxing. Lake beach nearby with various trails to waterfalls and lake with beach. Canoe rental. Diving platform in lake. Sandy bottom, clear water. Life guards on duty. Campfires permitted. Park gates lock at 9pm, so be aware that there is no getting out (or in) after 9pm until 7am the next morning. Keeps it quiet. Pull through sites are horseshoe shaped and limited. Road is paved and there is a camp host. Very nice area. - algriffith
Jun 2010 - $60.00
We loved the hiking trails along with all the great waterfalls. The park itself is great and I would go back to the park multiple times. The campground is lacking water and electric which is a big turn off for me since I would like to take my 30 ft travel trailer. The restrooms / showers are very out-dated and showing their age. The showers don't have a changing room. Just a shower curtain that doesn't cover the stall opening. I personally don't care but the wife wouldn't quit "commenting" on it. I wish they would update the campground. If they did that, I would make it a regular trip each year with my travel trailer. The cabins are nice and has a full kitchen and air conditioning. - NC RV Travler
Jul 2014 - $40.00
I chose this campground based on the proximity to Mt Airy. The campground is located off a frontage road off of I-74. You need to watch for the sign for the campground. The road looks like a driveway to a house. The road is long, winding and steep near the back of the campground! The campground is very family friendly and clean. We had a site at the back of the campground on a small lake/pond. A little on the tight side getting to it and backing in for our 35 foot TT, but was doable. Hookups were all in good shape. They have 3 heated pools, 2 are public, and one is for campers only. They also have a Zip Line. Perfect spot for seeing Mt Airy and Pilot Mountain. I rated it a 7 based on the road into the campground. I would go back again if in the area! - dodge guy
Jun 2011 - $30.00
This park is owned by the local VFW & American Legion. The 50 acre site is home to their local county fair and a number of other regional and local events. The park is well kept, very neat and clean. All the spaces are back in that back up next to the perimeter of the property. If they have a special event going on they would of course be very busy. The night we stayed we were the only rig in the campground. So that made for a very quiet and pleasant stay... At their rate of $30.00 a night its way over priced but it's only a mile and a half from downtown "Mayberry" and all the money you pay goes to support the park along with it's owner's the local American Legion and the VFW.. So we stayed one night instead of two and headed out the next day.. "Mayberry" - happyflyer