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6 RV Parks near Beulaville, North Carolina
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Beulaville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Beulaville in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $30.00
A nice, large county park featuring a 70-acre lake. The RV sites have 30amp (no 50amp available). There shared is water between each site - you'll need to bring a splitter and 30-50' of water hose. Spots are paved and mostly level, with lots of trees. No sewer, but dump station is available. Note that the dump station is on the passenger side -- you'll either need a long hose, or drive the wrong-way on the loop. No camp host, but campground workers were available, as needed. One small bathouse on the RV loop with a single shower. Other bathhouses throughout the park. There's lots to do at this park -- paddle and canoe rental (there's also a boat launch for your own, non-gas boat), several fishing piers, a swim/sand beach, large playground areas, and a hiking trail. No firewood available for purchase -- either bring your own or collect the downed branches. Fire pits are placed in a odd location -- near the road -- not near the picnic table * Note: Price includes a $5 non-county resident surcharge. - ricks99
Aug 2005 - $24.00
This campground came under new management during the 2004 season. The new owners were very unfriendly to many of the people who had camped there for many years with the previous owners. The showers, rest rooms, and pool were not cleaned as often as they should have been. The grass was not cut regularly and other out door maintenance has been neglected. I would not go there again, under any circumstances. - mendoza_ginger
May 2016 - $35.00
There is swimming and fishing available at the campground which was nice. The Wi-Fi was less than adequate. The park was nicely groomed for the most part, however the bathrooms and shower house were poorly maintained.
The owners are very discriminating about whom they allow to stay more than a few hours. The "permanent tenants" are a mix of rednecks, dying middle-aged men, and day laborers. They feel entitled and do not like new comers. I could not tolerate the blatant racist remarks put out by the staff and occupants. - HonestAnswers
Jun 2010 - $35.00
Seems to be a place for the locals to come and swim at the lake so there's lots of transient activity throughout the day. The sites are grass and are very close together. Most of the campers have taken up permanent residence at the park. Port-a-Potties were used for restrooms in part of the park. - Camp Fans
Jul 2006 - $23.00
Near a beautiful location on a small river. Restrooms were closed and locked. Canoes, etc. rentals available. Charming Cajun restaurant. Burgaw is a quaint Southern Town fun to walk though but with limited shopping and attractions. Has an arts center and several restaurants as well as fast food places. - d_wildemann
May 2018 - $75.00
Good for a very quick pit stop. Very, very noisy all day and night. No camp host on duty, no security guards. Some of the permanent residents look as though they just got out of prison, didn't feel safe. Police came out several times. The only staff person there is the office lady. You hardly see maintenance guy around. Two showers only, laundry room is very clean. A vent in one shower was broken making an awful loud noise for a month, they just closed it for maintenance. During that time they built an awning for one of their golf carts. Where is the priority here? All grass sites, no trees except in tent area, also good for walking. Speed limits and dog poop policies not enforced. Streets surround the park, so noisy all the time. No pool, no golf course, no putting golf, no batting cages as advertised. WiFi hot spot, yes, if you can find it. If it rains, very muddy. Where's the maintenance guy? All in all, good for a pit stop. Happy camping. - anonoymous
May 2018 - $25.00
Stayed for a week visiting Son at Camp Lejune. Short drive to Camp Lejune. Spacious sites . Many full timers. Staff very helpful in fixing cable. - Lafitte
Jul 2017 - $33.00
We stayed here to visit son stationed at Camp Lejeune. Campground at least half full of seasonal/full time rvs. Our site was on grass with no trees next to a non moving trailer that was a full time residence. The office staff of one was very polite and knowledgeable of area. Campground is close to beaches, tourist stuff and shopping. Had a nice fireworks display on the 4th and a potluck dinner if desired. Good place to stay if doing other activities - not much to do at the campground. - dtbriz
Aug 2018 - $25.00
We were very surprised how clean this campground was. We had no trouble backing into our site, that included full service. The brochure omitted full sewer hookup on site. The fire pit and barbeque grille were ready for use. I didn't need my leveling blocks for the site. The sites are well spaced with lots of trees. Our site was partially shaded. The paths were clean and easy to negotiate. So quiet during the day and night. No road traffic could be heard. The security was tops, with a ranger on patrol almost every hour. We went to the lake which is spring fed. It was beautiful with a lush grass lawn right down to the water's edge. I am very conscientious about protecting our forest and seeing litter left on the ground bothers me. In the four days we camped here, we didn't see any litter on the ground. Amazing! Great park to relax, take a walk or go swimming. Also we met lots of campers. - Arcymoore
Jun 2018 - $20.00
The wife and I just returned from a 4 night stay here ( Monday-Thursday). The state has recently converted 12 of the sites from tent sites to full hookup sites with 50/30/20amp service. The gravel parking pads on all 12 sites are long enough for any big rig, plus there is a gravel tent pad with fire ring and picnic table on each site. There is also 3 cabins that will sleep 6 with ac and heat but no cooking or inside water.
There are 30 camping sites plus the 3 cabins. All sites are shady. Streets are paved and there is a centrally located bathhouse. There are walking trails in the park, fishing in the nearby Neuse River and a 11 acre swim lake with a grass beach and swimming in season. Firewood and ice available on site and a nice visitors center.
The park entrance is locked at either 8 or 9 pm depending on the season. The campground will close down sometime this year (2018) to tear down and build a new bathhouse. The current bathhouse is open but was damaged in January when the plumbing froze. - Dolan Brown
Mar 2018 - $23.00
First time here. The recent upgrades at some of the sites are great. Our site was large and had plenty of privacy. Enjoyed walking the trails and just hanging out. Bathhouse is worn but appeared to be clean. - jrackley