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5 RV Parks near Eden, North Carolina
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Eden. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Eden in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $35.00
The owner of this campground has anger management issues. He made the stay uncomfortable and was rude to us. We left early and paid extra fees for many things. Too many rules, only allows 4 adults per stay and we have a 10 person camper. This owner talked down to us and made us feel so uncomfortable, we felt as though we had to walk on eggshells and stay inside our camper. Very sad visit. - Lisa ezell
Jul 2017 - $28.00
I really enjoyed Dan River Campground, where I stayed four nights in mid-July. Glen and Charlotte are conscientious hosts, and the property is well maintained. I stayed in an area (site 22) that had more the feel of a state park than an RV park - except with strong wifi, and a very pleasant pool. An unexpected bonus was tube-float on the Dan River, and getting picked up at my site! In my view, Dan River Campground is also a good value (ie, under $30). I hope this review is helpful. - Gail H
Oct 2016 - $30.00
My experience at Camp Hill was perfect. The park is a very well kept park, clean and woodsy. Perfect setting.
It is obvious that the owner is on his game with keeping the park clean.
I look forward to staying there again on my way north soon.
The trails along the river were really beautiful.
This campground is easily on of my favorite for quiet and safe camping. My dog loved it too! :) :) - Marneen
Jan 2019 - $40.00
Mostly filled with seasonal workers...so busy and noisy with people leaving or coming in. Easy access with canoe to White River. Electric and water fine. The pictures on website and camp map look much better than reality. They claim to have cabins...look abandoned. Office is in brick house and was easy to drive by. - Jitime40
May 2018 - $45.00
There are mostly long term campers here it seems. Park is located right on the Smith River. The pull through sites are not on the river. Each site has its own garbage can. The check in staff is very nice. Office in brick house and then campground a bit further up the road. WiFi for us was non existent in site 63. At $45 I thought it was a bit pricey. Didn't use restrooms or laundry. As mentioned sewer connection a bit far back. - cchall112
Apr 2018 - $40.00
This RV Park is conveniently located on 220 business. Power was good as was water pressure but the sewer connections was too far towards the rear of the site for our MH. We were only staying one night so did not connect to the sewer but it would have taken every inch of the sewer hose I carry to reach it. Not all sites are like this so ask before occupying a site. No cable but we could get TV with our antenna. There is some traffic noise but not bad as the road is higher then the park. - MarkandMarty
Jul 2018 - $30.00
We have been to Reidsville Lake several times over the last 18 years. It WAS a nice campground until the Reidsville city council decided to cut funding. According to one source at the park they cut the budget by 60% while they decide whether to keep it and give it a good facelift, or sell it. The park itself is nice, wooded, generally good sites, most with full hook-ups, with a boat ramp, docks, and picnic shelters nearby. The roads are dirt/gravel and are not well maintained - creating a washboard effect, but the main roads of the park are paved. The restrooms/showers are "cleaned" daily, but the cleaners don't look over their heads, as the corners and ceiling have large cobwebs and spiders. The electric is 50 amp but, again, they need repair. It took me over three (3) hours to be able to connect to the box, because the breakers were bad and they had to call an electrician. The campground sits on the lake and has a boat dock for campers' boats, as well as two (2) short fishing piers. There is an office, where you check in, which carries soft drinks, ice cream novelties, candy, fishing licenses, and a VERY small selection of canned and boxed foods. The staff is friendly and tries to be helpful but, many times, don't know what they are talking about and have to call the supervisor. On the other hand, they allowed us to use a picnic shelter for our camping club w/o cost, because we were camping. - eternalskeptic
Mar 2017 - $15.00
Nice quiet park on lake Reidsville. We had a lakeside site which was very nice. Staff was friendly and helpful, park clean and well kept. Only downside is that the sites are not level. The site that we had was a challenge to get level and there are worse ones. Also site just barely long enough for our 37 foot motorhome. Otherwise sites are spacious and campground is easy to maneuver. Would definitely return. Our site did not have a sewer hookup. Verizon voice signal fair, no data signal at this time and no park wi-fi. - bgbassman
Nov 2016 - $18.00
We stayed at Lake Reidsville over Thanksgiving weekend 2016. We stayed in a lakeside site that was incredible. The site was fairly level. We did need every bit of our Camco Tri-Levelers to get to level though. The lake is beautiful. We watched Blue Herons fishing and spotted a couple of deer on Saturday morning. The campsite was quiet and sites were nicely spaced out. There is a burn ban in effect due to the drought so we could not have a fire. Some folks nearby chose to ignore that ban even after at least one warning from the office. Those neighbors were the only downside of the weekend. We will absolutely be back in the spring! - BeagleDad
Oct 2009 - $20.00
There are no restrooms or showers. This park is located behind a small store called Sam's. There is nothing there except approximately 7 spaces to park and connect to water, electric and sewer. This is a very noisy park as it is right on a busy road and trains went through the area. I would consider this park just a step up from dry camping. - traveling