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9 RV Parks near Sea Breeze, North Carolina
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sea Breeze. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sea Breeze in the left hand column.
Apr 2017 - $31.00
The man at check in was nice. In general the place is in disrepair and needs a good cleaning. Site# 1 was empty while we were there. The laundry was next to site #1. My wife said the washers were disgusting so we went to a laundry mat. The trailer on #3 next to us was old and owned by the park. Two Veterans were renting it and living there. The trailer was in bad repair and covered with tarps. They were nice guys just down on their luck. The bathrooms / showers were disgusting. Probably hadn't been cleaned in many weeks. The soap dispenser was refilled while we were there. My wife said the women's showers had buckets in them with dirty water. An old facility is one thing and we are ok with old. There is no reason for filthy. The pool was empty and full of leaves. Don't know when the last time it was filled. Again the people we had contact with were nice and we didn't feel unsafe. The roads were full of holes so speed bumps were not needed. It was quiet while we were there. I doubt I would ever stay there again. We have a 22 ft. travel trailer. - Dale D
Aug 2016 - $31.00
These are nice people and the campground is convenient to Carolina Beach. It was available and inexpensive. Now for the real review. I was lucky. I have family on the island so I spent most of my time there, not in the campground. The sign says established in 1963 and there haven't been any improvements since. The driveway was potholes with some dirt mixed in. We found our spot which was supposed to be a pull thru. It probably could have been had it not been for the tree on one side and the power pole on the other. I got backed in though from the other side. A bit tight but I made it. Got everything hooked up and of course one of my boys has to use the bathroom almost immediately. He went to wash his hands and the smell of rotten eggs permeated the camper. The water smelled horrible. I talked to another camper there and he was running two charcoal water filters inline with each other to make it bearable. The pool was similar in color to the Olympic Diving pool in Rio, a nice greenish hue. The WiFi was available almost everywhere. I connected to four different access points and got mind blowing speeds just short of 1Mbps. That's more than double what dial-up can provide. The campground is more suited to the permanent residents as there are many on site. If you have somewhere else to shower and brush your teeth, then thus is a good place to hook up and lay your head at night. If you need the campground facilities, go somewhere else. - archerspoon
Apr 2016 - $34.00
It is easy to confuse this campground with the Carolina Beach State Park. There is indeed Wi-Fi over this entire campground. We received a map when checking in which clearly shows 16 hotspots. This is also indicated on their website. The sites are actually quite large and none of them are un-level or sandy. People should really pay closer attention to at least the correct name of the business! Overall it's not a bad place. Very shady, quiet, and close to the water. - Splizz
May 2018 - $27.00
We were lucky to snag 1 of the full hookup spots for a week. There aren't many of these but the ones they have are large, private and very affordable. This park is shady, has a few good walking trails and is convenient to Wilmington. Wilmington is a fun town with a lot of restaurants, breweries and shopping. The beaches are close by. We trekked down to Ft Fisher Historic area beach because that beach is dog friendly. The town is also quite dog friendly. For the price you really can't beat this state park. Cell speeds were great. Verizon was 65 d/l and ATT 31 unboosted. Good OTA stations. The bathroom situation was odd. It was way in the middle of the park and you had to either walk through an empty (don't be a jerk) campsite or walk WAY around to 1 of only 2 entry points. I have never seen anything like this and it was way deep in woods so if you had to go in the middle of the night, that would be a little scary. Staff was friendly but not intrusive. Trash was very convenient with trash cans every couple of sites. Roads were in good condition and access was easy. - Jessie1975
Feb 2018 - $25.00
Another beautiful NC State Park. Sites are semi-wooded and spacious. There are 10 "RV" sites (water/electric/sewer) along the first loop. Many other sites would still accommodate a TT under 30'. There is also a dump station on site. Only 1 bath house per loop (two loops). They are functional but definitively showing their age. We saw them cleaned 2-3 times per day, but they were well-aged and dankish. Lots of hiking trails and a full marina at the park. Carolina Beach is a 5 minute drive (or 15 minute bike ride along the greenway trail). CBSP visitor center was small, but had nice exhibits (check out the Venus Flytraps!). We will be back! - ricks99
Dec 2017 - $12.00
Beautiful state park. Lots of space between campsites makes you feel like you are all alone in the woods. The staff was amazingly nice and helpful. The camp store at the marina sold us some firewood and helped load it in the truck. Our site was level with a fire ring and picnic table. We used the fire ring to cook burgers one night. We were here in the winter, so the gates are closed at 6:00 pm. That was the only dislike about the campground. In the summer they stay open later. - steveNdonna
Oct 2013 - $40.00
Grass parking lot in typical, mid-level beach resort area. Full hookups, including cable, work well, but there's a fee for Wi-Fi. No restrooms or showers. Spaces are close together, but I've been in tighter parks. Sites are mostly sand and somewhat level. About 3/4 of the spaces are occupied by permanent or seasonal guests. Those we met are friendly. Good location for beach activities, restaurants and grocery shopping. Park is clean, but basic. Not much else in the Wilmington area with hook ups except the KOA which was full. - DrLewie
May 2011 - $35.00
This campground is not much more than a parking lot. It is very conveniently located. The beach and all shopping is easily walkable. However, the campground itself is a grass sites. Bumper to bumper. No trees. You can get Wi-Fi but you pay either by the day or by the week and you pay for each computer that you need access for. If you don't want to spend much time sitting outside your camper, it's fine. It's VERY convenient to the beach and boardwalk. - kvfreeman
Nov 2010 - $30.00
As my husband says, this was just a place to park. We would not have stayed here except our son lives nearby. Tiny sites (communal dining, anyone?) that resulted in our slideout nearly touching another RV's, and sewage smell everywhere. Would not stay here again! Not sure what we paid; $30 is an estimate -- but whatever, it was too much for this place! - lbeaudry
May 2018 - $15.00
My camp spot was an open field with an electrical outlet next to a stage. the water was a faucet out of the main building (I needed a long hose to fill my camper) and the dump station is a 4 inch high white capped pipe in middle of a field. The bath house with 4 bath shower combo's were filthy (toilets, shower stalls and sinks were dirty) so I went to another RV area with another 4 stall bath house- same condition. I was told there was a bath house in rec hall- they where locked and closed. I went o office to ask when they might have someone clean the bath rooms. she said someone just did. I said I'm the only one camping there and for 3 days Ive been waiting for them to be cleaned. So this guy comes over and said he just restocked them and took trash out. Then he told me I am welcome to a job if I want to clean them. Then the lady behind the counter began to speak to me very rudely like she was blaming me for them being very short staffed. I said I just wanted to take a clean shower- that's all. If you are fully contained and don't need to use their bath house- and don't want to eat at the beach house restaurant or swim in the pool ;because they are ALL closed as well- than you are good to go. I cant believe they think that people would not want clean bathrooms and then get mad at campers for asking why they are never cleaned. I will never stay here again. - mimidavis
Mar 2017 - $25.00
Great location, Cape Fear River at your back door. Can't wait to come and stay again. - JL Linden
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a wonderful campground, and in our estimation the best value for $ spent. Campsites are roomy, although some have hook-ups on the "wrong side." This was not a problem as we carry plenty of extensions. Best of all: fantastic free WiFi!!! It worked flawlessly during our entire 14 day stay. Staff was extremely pleasant. US Mail/UPS/FedEx directly to Reception Office is a big plus for full-timers. Easy walk to public beach access. Bathhouse and toilets are a bit dated, and although clean, are in need of an upgrade.
If coming from the south you might wish to consider the Southport - Ft Fisher Ferry. The ferry accommodates RVs, is very affordable, and cuts driving time as you bypass the city of Wilmington.
We will happily stay here again. - CO2RV
Jun 2018 - $60.00
No wasted space here. Units are almost on top of each other. When you're one of the only parks around you can charge what you wish. On the other you'll be met when you arrive and get very polite help in parking. Also the WiFi is very good. If you want a park with all the perks, this isn't it. If you're looking for a place to hang your hat while you explore/enjoy the area this place will serve you well. (Seems a tree was removed from the site we had. Site surface was mostly sand and the coach sank a bit and wouldn't level. I think it's the only site with this problem.) - Motorhome Traveler
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Yes, they honor PA, but only on a limited basis. No weekends or holidays. First night full price, second night half price. They also have a 10% military discount. No Good Sam. Park is very tight and minimally maintained. Office has limited hours. You may have to call when you arrive. You will be met and parked. Located on St Rt 133 by the airport just north of the Coastal Waterway bridge. Little or no noise from the airport.
One significant feature is they have Blazing Fast free WIFI. - CharlieB
Jun 2015 - $22.00
Small park with rigs close together. $22 a night with Passport America. Not a great park if you want to sit outside and kick back, but a great location to visit Wilmington and various beaches. If you are in the very front of the park, there will be some road noise. Friendly and helpful staff. - Nibot
Aug 2018 - $60.00
The staff was extremely friendly and helpful from the moment we pulled in. The park was very clean and very well cared for. Enjoyed the pool every afternoon. Met lots of friendly people. - NYKnappers
Jun 2018 - $76.00
There are not many choices in the Wilmington area for a large Class A like ours but overall we found this to a good place to spend a couple of weeks. We had a nice pull-thru site that was just long enough for our MH and toad. Utilities worked fine and were well-positioned. They have cable TV and WiFi but we didn't use either. Trash is picked up daily at your site and they have recycling bins - which we really like - in the central garbage collection area. We were in Wilmington during an unusually hot period (mid to upper 90's). Our site faced east and we had to keep our front shade closed a good bit of the day. There are virtually no trees around so the sun was pretty brutal. There is a nice dog park for pets and a jumping pad and a train ride for the kids. We found the park staff to be very friendly and helpful. Overall this is a typical KOA park - overpriced and nothing special, but it can handle the largest of rigs which is important for us. Interesting fact about this campground: A friend of ours who was in the movie industry in Wilmington years ago said he worked on a movie that was filmed at this KOA. The movie was about a nudist colony!! Never got the name of the movie though. The campground is on a very busy main road. The entrance is between a Speedway gas station and a car wash. The KOA sign is not very big. When leaving the park turning left is almost impossible. But there are several ways to get back to the interstate and other highways by turning right and heading toward town. - rd9999
Jun 2018 - $80.00
One of two cg in the immediate Wilmington area. We stay here anytime we are in the area to visit family. They seem to be improving it as the dog park was very nice this time. Clean, tubes and jumping bars, more importantly, grass to keep the dog from turning sandy black. Getting in and out of the park can be challenging. Traffic is very heavy on Market Street with 4 lanes of traffic and a suicide lane to assist in left turns. Much patience is needed with a 45' coach and a toad. Sigh. - FT Travelers3
May 2006 - $20.00
We stayed on Oak Island in a rented house in May 2006, and the campground was closed. - nursecave
Nov 2014 - $47.00
This park is a work in progress. The owners are super nice and more than accomodating and there are some things about the park that are great...the bath house is fully tiled and roomy. The office/bath house looks to be virtually new. There is a pool under construction that will be available in the spring of 2015. It is only about 2 miles to the beach and there are grocery and other type of stores and restuarants nearby. The campsites are quite roomy and his power is 15/30/50. There are quite a number of what appear to be permanents although they are not globbed up with add-on rooms and all that. The sites are sand (it is the beach) with grass. Most sites have a picnic table. It was raining when we arrived and we sort-of plowed in getting into the site...may have been soft because of the rain..and my coach is very heavy. There is no shrubbery to provide separation between the sites...but the sites are large. The roads in the campground are sand with a smattering of gravel. All in all, the park has good possibilities. Hopefully, the park will continue its improvements because the town really needs a good campground. - Tcamperman
Oct 2017 - $45.00
This campground is only 2 miles from the beach which was nice. We had a premium site and I think it was the only one we could fit on with a 38 ft fifth wheel. However there were tree issues. One tree in particular leaned over lot and we could not put the awning out. I could touch the tree when entering or leaving the camper. There were low limbs going in and out of lot. It was a difficult lot to get into and was not helped by their assistance, would have been easier without their help. No cable but fast internet. The campground is rundown and there seemed to be either power washers or backhoes running during the day. Did not use their facilities and will not be returning. - sammy32
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We enjoyed our stay and we would come back. We found it to be a good value. Our spot was shaded from the sun, we found the park to be quiet. The personnel were friendly and accommodating. It's 2 miles from the beach!!!
We would recommend to others. - Proctors
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Park is right on the beach,just the sand dunes separate you from a really good ocean view. The site also has a fishing pier for a small fee. We will diffently go back for the solitude and fishing. The owner does not allow you to reserve site they will give you several site numbers pick what you want first come only. Restaurant on site but limited hours more like a grill great for snacks before going to pier they also sell bait and some tackle. - Bongo204