RV Campgrounds near Greensboro, North Carolina

RV Campgrounds near Greensboro, North Carolina
Greensboro is nestled into the rugged, green fastness of central North Carolina, and you do not have to drive very far out of town to be surrounded by deep woods and wildlife. Sitting at the intersection of three interstates, the city offers a convenient and pleasant location for RV campers who love their outdoor activities. A rig set up in or around Greensboro will be close to opportunities for hiking, biking, boating, fishing and wildlife viewing--and all of it within a 30-mile radius.

Greensboro Campground

Greensboro Campground is located right off I-40/I-85, making it a convenient drive for even the biggest of rigs. The wooded campground's sites are mostly pull-throughs and offer full hookups with 30-amp electricity. The campground also has 28 sites with 50-amp electricity, albeit at a higher rate. Other accommodations are available in the form of rustic cabins. The campground's features and facilities include a coin laundry, outdoor swimming pool, playground, picnic pavilion and propane sales. Golfers will like Greensboro Campground's location, as it is less than half a mile from Nocho Park Golf Course, and the campground also has convenient road access to Lake Townsend and Richland Lake.

Greensboro Campground
1896 Trox Street
Greensboro, NC 27406
(336) 274-4143

Hagan-Stone Park

Hagan-Stone is a municipal park, and offers two campgrounds. The first is the "C area," an open, RV-only facility with 41 sites. These sites are 45 feet long and have a picnic table and up to 50-amp electrical hookups. There is also a water tap, but it is shared between two RV sites. This campground is serviced by a pair of shower houses and a dump station.
Hagan-Stone's other campground, "B area," is in a wooded area and is not recommended for big rigs. Each of the 29 sites has a 30-amp electrical hookup, a water tap shared between two sites (as at "C area"), a picnic table and a fire ring.
The two RV-friendly campgrounds at Hagan Stone are located fairly close together, with a playground in between them. Three of the park's four lakes are within walking distance, as are the trailheads for a pair of hiking paths. Located on the southern fringe of Greensboro, Hagan-Stone Park is a logical site for RV campers who want some outdoor activities close at hand, but still want to be in the immediate vicinity of Greensboro itself.

Hagan-Stone Park
5920 Hagan Stone Park Road
Pleasant Garden, NC 27313
(336) 674-0472

Deep River Campground and RV Park

Deep River Campground and RV Park is situated just off I-73 in the neighboring town of Asheboro, roughly 20 miles down the interstate. Its location makes it a logical choice for RV campers looking to balance being in the Greensboro area with exploring the neighboring Uwharrie National Forest. The RV park offers pull-through sites with full hookups (up to 50-amp electricity) and cable TV connections on a wooded property. It is serviced by a coin laundry, playground, courts for basketball, volleyball and horseshoes, propane sales, two swimming pools, a tanning salon, canoe and kayak rentals and a game room. Deep River also has a private fishing lake with a pier, as well as a small fishing pond.

Deep River Campground and RV Park
814 McDowell Country Trail
Asheboro, NC 27203
(336) 629-4069

Article Written By Edwin Thomas

Edwin Thomas has been writing since 1997. His work has appeared in various online publications, including The Black Table, Proboxing-Fans and others. A travel blogger, editor and writer, Thomas has traveled from Argentina to Vietnam in pursuit of stories. He holds a Master of Arts in international affairs from American University.

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