Best Campgrounds in North Carolina

This list represents the most popular campgrounds in North Carolina. Use this list to plan your next North Carolina campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Black Mountain Campground has been around a long time. Over the years it has been well ...
While heading into the Rocky Bluff Recreation Area, I found it hard to believe there was ...
Lake James, fed by the fine waters of the Pisgah River, is one of the cleanest, clearest ...
This area of the Carolinas certainly has some amazing natural attributes, but the most ...
Depending on where you’re coming from, there are several ways to reach Badin Lake Campground. ...
Fake Powhatan is a nicely developed, well-maintained recreation destination. While it ...
Lake Powhatan is a nicely developed, well-maintained recreation destination. While it ...
This is the highest campground on the entire Blue Ridge Parkway, nearly 5,000 feet. And ...
With a name like Lake Norman, this state park is obviously a water-oriented destination. ...
The Blue Ridge Parkway is an unusual national park. It is linear, stretching 469 miles ...
Frisco Campground offers some phenomenal oceanside scenery. Located in the Cape Hatteras ...
This is the highest campground on the entire Blue Ridge Parkway at nearly 5,000 feet. ...
According to Cherokee legend, a warrior was once posted on top of a certain mountain to ...
I can understand why Hanging Rock is so popular. The natural setting is dramatic: the ...
This state park and the adjacent Caesars Head State Park are operated as low-impact wilderness ...
Lake Powhatan is a nicely developed, wellmaintained recreation destination. While it is ...
This is the highest campground on the entire Blue Ridge Parkway, at nearly 5,000 feet. ...
Ocracoke Island is accessible only by ferry, but the extra effort reaps scenic rewards. ...
Often state parks are established to protect a natural resource unique to the state. Cliffs ...
The Blue Ridge Parkway is an unusual national park. It is linear, stretching 469 miles ...
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