2 Parks near Waves, North Carolina
Jul 2015 - $106.00
Stayed here for 4 nights following a stint in Disney. If you want the Beach and Pool, this is the spot (although very pricey). Evenings are probably the campgrounds best attribute, as the ocean sounds and cool air is quite enjoyable. Sites don't have any shade, you are directly on top of the camper to your right, left and behind. No privacy. Pool is nice, but small. Weekdays offer zero activities for children. Walking distance from a couple nice restaurants and fishery (which sells fresh or steamed pots of seafood).
I took a drive through the KOA just a football field south and I gotta admit, it appears much nicer especially for those with children and it is substaintially cheaper. My next trip will be headed to the KOA, although this wasn't a bad spot, just not worth the price tag! - Mali-Nut9
Jul 2015 - $83.00
You can't beat the convenience to the beach with access at the back of the campground. The spaciousness of the sites is typical for the beach, narrow, but we could extend our awning and slides without a problem. The pools were clean and there is a lot for the kids to do. I did notice the voltage level on my on my smart meter getting into unsafe territory while there. It was frequently around 108v, which while technically safe, is a bit low for my comfort. I did test power in an empty site and found the same results. I'm not sure if we would stay there again. If we did, it would be off-season to avoid the high daily rates. - EJABsAdventures
Jul 2015 - $100.00
This is a nice campground with level concrete pads. But for $100 a night after Good Sam discount I expected more. Charge for every little thing....extra for kids, dog, cable, etc. This has to be one of the most expensive campgrounds I ever stayed at. Very little amenities at this campground. The bathroom reminds me of going to summer camp as a kid...cement blocks, cement floors, and plywood doors on the stalls. We even spent a day next door at another park because their facilities/pool is awesome. Too expensive. - E597283
Jun 2015 - $48.00
Small campground. Level concrete pads. Beach a short walk over the dunes.
Everyone was very nice and friendly.
Will definitely stay again when in the area. - Rlcjw
Apr 2015 - $48.00
Small ocean front park. You must climb up and over a dune to get to the beach, there is no boardwalk or steps, but with that being said I did not see anyone who was not able to conquer the dune. The site was level, no fires permitted in the campground,but with a permit you can have a fire on the beach. The staff was very friendly. I loved this campground and will definitely stay there anytime I visit OBX. - sharonandlarry
Apr 2015 - $31.00
Absolutely fantastic campground with easy access to National seashore. Their off season monthly rate was a very reasonable $630 with a $55 electric fee. Cable television is available. Wifi in the campground is very strong. We did have a bit of issues with ATT coverage on some stormy days, but I was able to work consistently the month I was here. Restrooms are very clean, the staff is paying attention without being intrusive and they were very good about allowing us to accept packages. We stayed in site 45 which was fabulous. We were centrally located and could go north or south to see the sites. The city of Rodanthe itself is one of the least populated and I like the wild dunes in Pea Island which is right down the road. I would absolutely return to this campground and give it my highest recommendation. - Lee and Trace