8 RV Parks near Rocky Point, North Carolina
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rocky Point. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rocky Point in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $60.00
Nice lots, constant cleaning/repairs through park. Very friendly, helpful staff. - bogeyjoe53
Nov 2017 - $63.00
This KOA is improving itself. They have grass in the dog park now so our dog did not come back black from the dirt like our last visit. We also paid for a concrete pad site this time which helped keep some sand out of our coach. We have friends just 10 minutes down the road which is why we pay so much for staying. I wish someone would explain why KOAs are so expensive. This KOA is adding sites but the construction was not noticeable. Will be staying again. - FT Travelers3
Nov 2017 - $55.00
Averaged $55 per night: weekday, weekend and Thanksgiving rates, very confusing. Excellent staff, very helpful. Sites are close together. A LOT of traffic outside of campground on Rte. 17. Neighbors next door had four very loud barking dogs that barked at everything that went by there camper, all day long, no barking dog policy in campground. Overall the campground is one of the nicest, cleanest KOAs I have stayed in. Staff is awesome and always available. Best Camp Store I have ever seen, KOA or elsewhere. Will be back next year, hopefully without the barking dogs. Also rented a Deluxe cabin for the kids, very nice, good space for two, gets a little crowded with three, fully furnished, great little cabin put overpriced. Could have got a hotel room for much less. - Wacker
Jul 2006 - $23.00
Near a beautiful location on a small river. Restrooms were closed and locked. Canoes, etc. rentals available. Charming Cajun restaurant. Burgaw is a quaint Southern Town fun to walk though but with limited shopping and attractions. Has an arts center and several restaurants as well as fast food places. - d_wildemann
Jun 2010 - $0.00
Attempted to make reservation June 9, 2010 and was informed that they don't do temporary stays only permanent. - echomandan
Jun 2008 - $30.00
Park is nice, people are friendly. Reserved a site with full hook up, arrived and no FHU site available. Were offered discount to take site with no sewer-there is no dump site in park. - H & E
May 2017 - $54.00
This was kind of rustic but more than adequate for an overnight stay. Pricey, at $60/night, but I guess this is a resort area. there were nicer sites with a view of the water, but we were not offered those. Many permanent RVs and trailers and park models scattered around the campground. - MerBee
Apr 2017 - $45.00
This park is more for the long term stays. 90% is permanent campers and very trashy. We got to our spot 185 and there was dog poop everywhere. There is a fire ring that we couldn't use because it was too close to the camper next to us. The play ground is right up front in between two roads with nothing to keep the kids from running in front of a car. Two kids ran out in the road after a rabbit, if someone was coming they would have gotten hit. Lots of kids driving around in golf cart with out any adults around. They do have a pool and pool tables but we didn't want to go. All we wanted to do was leave. So we spent the days running around town and coming back to camp and go to bed. Check out on Sunday and they didn't even ask how our stay was, I'm pretty sure they know. Stay away from this place, it's gross. The thing that got me the most is the dog crap. Lot of dogs there. - Davemotes
Aug 2014 - $45.00
I am so sorry I booked this place over the campground down the road. It's 90% permanent and of those it's about as hick as it gets. The sites aren't even sites really, grassy areas with hookups. And it's LOUD. Shame being right on the water. If you like mullets, old trailers decorated with various patchwork tarps in a CG with sites that are lumpy slots in the grass, and enjoy things like the Saturday night cruising the circuit in golf carts making enough noise so it's hard to sleep, then this is the place for you. If you have ever dreamed of living in a run down trailer park, with all the horrible clichés come to life that come with it, then this is your place. Otherwise book elsewhere. We actually left here and went to the other campground. Easily the worst placed we have ever camped. - Way2Roll
May 2017 - $50.00
2 night min. 2% extra charge for using a credit card on sales over $100. Site was supposedly 50ft-but our 45ft MH with tow bar spilled over onto the site behind us and our mirrors crept out into the road. Not very inviting site, just a lot, no trees/shade, no patio or table. We were ok with that since we spent our time at our daughters home. Over priced for what it is but less than the other parks nearby. Good Verizon signal. Wifi worked well. About 99% are seasonal/long term sites-everyone was friendly. We'd go back because our daughter lives nearby. - Ramblin-Roll
May 2016 - $35.00
There is swimming and fishing available at the campground which was nice. The Wi-Fi was less than adequate. The park was nicely groomed for the most part, however the bathrooms and shower house were poorly maintained.
The owners are very discriminating about whom they allow to stay more than a few hours. The "permanent tenants" are a mix of rednecks, dying middle-aged men, and day laborers. They feel entitled and do not like new comers. I could not tolerate the blatant racist remarks put out by the staff and occupants. - HonestAnswers
Jun 2010 - $35.00
Seems to be a place for the locals to come and swim at the lake so there's lots of transient activity throughout the day. The sites are grass and are very close together. Most of the campers have taken up permanent residence at the park. Port-a-Potties were used for restrooms in part of the park. - Camp Fans
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Location, Location, Location. That's the big deal for us at this RV Park. It is right on the Atlantic Ocean. A short walk and you are on the beach. The place is old and spaces are tight. Lots of long-term summer residents. Many are fisher people who haul their tackle and gear out to the beach and spend the morning and evening hours. Friendly folk. The lady who checks you in and runs the place is a dear. Showers and toilets are tight and old, but everything works and the water is good and plentiful. Sewer hookup is the rear of your site and was a long run from our RV port. The nice rustic park. - Livermorered
May 2017 - $55.00
This is my second review of this campground as it was our second time staying with them. We love the place so this probably will not be my last review of it either! Surf City Family Campground still isn't a place to visit if you're worried about exclusivity or have issues with folks spending the night in their car/truck in order to get an extra day of fishing in. They do an excellent job of managing the facilities despite the seemingly last-minute nature of a lot of their guests, and anyone I've ever had a conversation with while staying there was more than pleasant. Again, it's not a resort - don't expect it to be. You will be relatively close to your neighbors. You probably won't be having a campfire. But remember, you're not tucked into the woods, you're at the beach, so put on your flip-flops, pack a cooler full of beverages (no glass, please!) and enjoy Topsail Island, its beaches and small-town atmosphere. - PirateMonkey
Sep 2016 - $45.00
As others have said, if you're looking for a resort-style experience, this is not the campground for you. If you're opposed to seeing other RVs that have some age to them, this is not the campground for you.
However, if you're looking for a quaint, clean park with direct access to the beach, then look no further. What this park lacks in amenities it more than makes up for in charm and relaxation. Fishing poles and flip flops are the order of the day here.
The park itself is relatively small and they do pack folks in tight. Our particular site had a picnic table and room for our awning and that was about it. It's no tighter than your average KOA, but the thing to remember here is that you're here to go to the beach, visit the local tourist traps, eat seafood and generally enjoy everything except your RV. We had ample room to grill and eat, sit outside and chat with neighbors while listening to the waves in the evenings.
The park is primarily flat and sandy but fairly well maintained. Our site was not paved but level and solid enough. There is a game room that contains a few pool tables and an air hockey table. The office contains a small store that has the basic stuff one might expect to see at a campground store. The people here are super friendly, helpful and love nothing more than to sit on the porch and BS for hours. If you need ideas on where to go eat or what to go see, the office is probably the best place to start.
I do realize that $45 per night may not seem like a value to some, especially when one realizes that there's no pool, no dog park, and no playground, but if you've ever spent a week on Topsail Island in an oceanside rental house, you'll immediately realize that $45 per night is a steal. Again, you're here for the beach, not the playground. The real playground is just over the dunes and it's the best playground I could imagine for kids and their parents alike.
Oh, Verizon cell service works just fine here. - PirateMonkey
Sites: 30 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 6 Reviews
Mar 2017 - $47.00
This park is now called Harbor Point RV Community. It is right on the water, has spacious and clean sites. It was too windy and cold to kayak but looks like it would be fun. This is a gated community during the night hours. There are a lot of permanent and seasonal RVs here. Verizon in the campground was non-existent. We were told at the office that Verizon turned it's towers over to other providers a couple years ago. Deposits are non-refundable. If you have to cancel consider changing your dates. - Ramblin-Roll
Jul 2016 - $57.00
We stayed in the new section for a week. The park is secluded and quiet but only about 15 min drive to the ocean. Food Lion, McDonalds, Hardees about 5-10 min drive. The staff are very friendly and the park has a lot of potential. WiFi in the clubhouse is fast. I would recommend the owners put a picnic table at each site. Fire rings are on each site. All in all a pleasant week. The swimming pool was clean but small. When the new section is completed and full of campers they are going to need a larger or second pool. - Bill Highland Heights Ky
Oct 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here for a month while visiting family and friends. This is a very nice park with excellent office personnel. There are a lot of monthly rentals in the park but all of the people were very friendly. There is a nice dock for fishing or just sitting and looking out at the waterway and watching the birds and boats. There is no boat ramp, but there is one very close to the park. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. - Beachlovers