Located in the southeastern part of the United States, North Carolina is 28th largest state in terms of physical size and 9th biggest in terms of population. This state is split up into a hundred different counties and its capital city is Raleigh. North Carolina stretches out to cover more than 53,800 square miles and is home to over 10.3 million people. It has been consistently ranked as one of the best states for business and is home to the biggest research park in the country, the Research Triangle Park.


1.RV Parks in North Carolina

RV Parks in North Carolina
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This state, which is nicknamed the Old North State and the Tar Heel State, is also home to a wide array of landscapes, from the mountains and valleys of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the beaches and bays of the Outer Banks. It's a diverse state with a lot to offer and is a beautiful place to visit on a road trip. If you're driving to North Carolina in an RV and looking to do some camping in the Tar Heel State, there are plenty of great campgrounds and RV parks to be found. Read on for full contact information and in-depth overviews of the best RV parks in North Carolina.

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2.Mountain Stream RV Park

Mountain Stream RV Park
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Located out in the city of Marion in McDowell County, Mountain Stream RV Park is one of the best RV parks in North Carolina for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. It's surrounded by the trees and natural beauty of the Pisgah National Forest, sitting in a pristine valley with stunning mountain views all around. Guests at this RV park can admire the scenery and listen to the babbling waters of Buck Creek, with the park being just a few miles away from the Blue Ridge Parkway.

There are lots of great hiking trails nearby and plenty of other outdoor activities can be enjoyed all around this RV park, which features plenty of full hook-up RV sites with water, sewer, 30/50 power, and cable TV. There's also free unlimited wireless internet access for all guests, or you can choose to pay just a small extra fee for faster speeds. A multiple 'Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence' winner, Mountain Stream RV Park is a wonderful place to spend a few nights or weeks and features multiple amenities like a pet area, a bath house with showers and restrooms, a large grassy space for games and fun, a picnic pavilion, and more.

6954 Buck Creek Rd, Marion, NC 28752, Phone: 877-724-9013

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3.Raleigh Oaks RV Resort & Cottages

Raleigh Oaks RV Resort & Cottages
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As the capital city of North Carolina, Raleigh is a common stop of many road trips of the state. Well known for its research institutions and universities, Raleigh is also home to many unique attractions and interesting landmarks like Pullen Park, the North Carolina Museum of Art, the North Carolina State Capitol, and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. To enjoy all of these attractions and more, consider stopping at Raleigh Oaks RV Resort & Cottages.

Nicely located in the picturesque setting of Four Oaks, only a short drive away from the sights and sounds of Raleigh, this RV park is very highly rated for its cleanliness, professionalism, and friendly atmosphere. All RV sites at this North Carolina RV park come with 50 amp power, water, sewer, high speed Wi-Fi, and free cable TV channels. The on-site amenities at this park include fire pits, picnic tables, restrooms, showers, a mini golf course, two swimming pools, a hot tub, a billiard room, a fitness center, sports courts, dog parks, laundry machines, a club house, and arts and crafts area, and so much more.

527 US Highway 701 South, Four Oaks, NC 27524, Phone: 919-934-3181

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4.Creekwood Farm RV Park

Creekwood Farm RV Park
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If you're looking for a beautiful RV destination in North Carolina, Waynesville needs to be at the top of your list. Right between the Blue Ridge mountains and the Great Smoky mountains, this picturesque town offers stunning views in every direction and a lot of fun attractions to entice and entertain visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Some of the fun things you might like to check out in Waynesville, NC, include the Wheels Through Time Motorcycle Museum, the Museum of North Carolina Handicrafts, Historic Shelton House, and more, and you can see all of these locations if you choose to book a stay at Creekwood Farm RV Park.

Very highly rated and beloved by countless RV travelers, this RV park is nestled in a truly beautiful setting and features huge sites that can cater to all kinds of RV and motorhome models. The Jonathan Creek flows along the side of the park and there are lots of good fishing and hiking spots in the area. As for the park itself, it's pet-friendly and family-friendly, featuring a dog park, speedy Wi-Fi, lots of cable TV channels for all, fire pits, premium RV sites, a huge rec hall, a large picnic pavilion area, clean bathrooms, showers, an ATM machine, propane sales, horse shoes, arcade games, a camp store, a car wash site, more than 120 full hook-up RV sites, and laundry machines.

4696 Jonathan Creek Rd, Waynesville, NC 28785, Phone: 828-926-7977

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3 Best RV Parks in North Carolina