6 Parks near Stoneville, North Carolina
Oct 2016 - $30.00
My experience at Camp Hill was perfect. The park is a very well kept park, clean and woodsy. Perfect setting.
It is obvious that the owner is on his game with keeping the park clean.
I look forward to staying there again on my way north soon.
The trails along the river were really beautiful.
This campground is easily on of my favorite for quiet and safe camping. My dog loved it too! :) :) - Marneen
Apr 2016 - $32.00
Two-night stay. Roomy, privacy at site. Nice trees, pond, and trails. This is what camping is supposed to be like! Quiet! Well maintained. Beautiful flowering trees. Ahhhh! Would stay again and again. - Doug Washburn
Jul 2015 - $31.00
This is a great little campground. Most of the sites are heavily treed, level, and shady. We stayed in space 10 which was close to the bathhouse and pool. Before entering the campground there is river tubing adventure that runs Wednesday - Sunday. Unfortunately, we were there on a Monday. We planned on staying one night, but decided to stay a second because the place was so pretty and serene. - Living the Life
Jun 2016 - $33.00
We stayed here for 2.5 months. It's a delightful park with the nearby river and trees all around. The staff went above and beyond to help us with any needs. They took excellent physical care of the park. The bathhouse with huge restrooms, laundry area and lounge is air conditioned and clean as a whistle. I will stay here again. Guaranteed! Free WiFi, too. And all utilities included in lot rental. - Jane Bigley
Oct 2015 - $33.00
Big rig friendly with level sites. The bathrooms were good with hot water and pressure. Did not have cable but received several local channels with antenna. Wi-Fi was available at laundry building. There was no dog park but large field to walk dog. The visit was to visit family. Staff was very helpful. - Fulltimersrv
Feb 2014 - $30.00
We used this park for a couple of overnights on a work trip. We made reservations over the phone and received directions for finding the office as this is not by the park. The actual park is located directly on the Smith River. The surrounding roads slope up so even though on a fairly busy road, it was nice and quiet on the park. There is a sign at the top of the road. Restrooms are located in a building that could have been someone's house, very cute. It also contains a laundry room with appliances (metered) a couple of book shelves and a small sitting lounge. We originally parked in site 52 but that was too far for WiFi reception, so we moved to site 10 for the next 2 nights. Overall a very nice stay, we would stay again. - knay111
Nov 2016 - $18.00
We stayed at Lake Reidsville over Thanksgiving weekend 2016. We stayed in a lakeside site that was incredible. The site was fairly level. We did need every bit of our Camco Tri-Levelers to get to level though. The lake is beautiful. We watched Blue Herons fishing and spotted a couple of deer on Saturday morning. The campsite was quiet and sites were nicely spaced out. There is a burn ban in effect due to the drought so we could not have a fire. Some folks nearby chose to ignore that ban even after at least one warning from the office. Those neighbors were the only downside of the weekend. We will absolutely be back in the spring! - BeagleDad
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This is a county park. The office staff is very helpful. We had a hard time trying to get our RV level without the wheels off the ground so we were offered a more level spot. All the spots and interior roads are gravel and the majority of the spots are not level, so bring some leveling blocks. The lake is very pretty and there were a lot of fishermen out. They have areas for basketball, disc golf, volley ball and bike trails. We had no internet or phone service with Verizon. It is a very quiet park and would have rated it higher if the spots were level. - esta34950
Aug 2015 - $17.00
We made a reservations for a 4 night stay months ahead of the date and we paid for all 4 nights in full at the time of the reservation. We had to make a change in our venue while on the road so we called the park store to cancel our reservations. They require you to cancel your reservations 48 hours before your arrival date so we were well within that 48 hour window. They also require you to come to the store in Reidsville to sign a cancellation / refund request to be approved by two levels of city officials which can take upwards of 2 weeks ( if it gets approved ). They don't do refunds at the store or over the phone. Now, if I was local that would be fine and I would have no problem with that but I'm on the road and not even close to the park for a stopover. This policy seems to be strange in my opinion for transist visitors. The other problem is this is not spelled out on the website or we were not told this on the phone while we made our reservations. It would be nice if they clearly documented this on their website before anyone made reservations. I thought I would share my experience. - NC RV Travler
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
May 2016 - $13.00
Located on a point on Philpott Lake this is a very nice campground. We were on site 30 loop C, a very nice site once you get your trailer situated. This site is a bear to get into as there is a steel gate and gate post right in the area you need to maneuver. Site 29 across the road is the same, hard to get into. I took a side marker light off my 31' trailer getting in, but other than that I had no issues with the roads. The campground seems to be inhabited by lots of locals, which I suppose if I lived nearby I'd do the same. I made my reservations in February to get a site during the week in May, you can't get in on weekends they are all booked. There is a nice beach and boat ramp with a fairly large parking lot. To those of you with small children, some of the sites in loop C are not kid friendly as they have 15 to 20 sheer drops to the lake and this lake is extremely deep, even close to shore.
The restrooms were exceptionally clean. There are only 2 showers in each restroom. The dumpster is 1/2 mile up the hill, as is the dump station. There is another restroom at that location with more showers. - scjenk
Aug 2015 - $13.00
We had to reserve our sites 6 months in advance. We camp at this up to eight weekends each summer. Park ranger are friendly and the site are large in size. One of the best lakes in the area for boating. - ciderman
May 2015 - $25.00
We stayed at Goose Point for 4 nights. The views on the waterfront sites in Loop C are wonderful. Most sites in Loop C are fairly level and a hard packed sandy gravel. The roads getting in are treacherous and the park itself has tight turns and narrow roads (with curbs). If this type of thing concerns you, or if you have a very large trailer or motorhome then you should consider this. It was doable, but nerve racking with our 31' travel trailer. If you do have a larger RV then I recommend site 18 as I think it is the longest site they have. There are no sewer connections and no way to turn around and head back towards the camp sites at the dump station, so plan accordingly. If you have anything larger than a pop up camper I would recommend Loop C only. Oh, there is also very little nearby in the way of food so you may want to bring plenty with you. Did I mention the views are awesome... We may go back some day, but the steep grades and narrow roads keeps this one off our frequent visit list. - Echelon73