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2 RV Parks near Edenton, North Carolina
Jul 2018 - $35.00
We enjoyed our stay at Rocky Hock. It's a large park but while we were there it was fairly empty. It's quiet & peaceful with no traffic or train whistle noise. However we were disturbed by incessant yapping from dogs. Not the campground's fault as the noise seemed to be coming from somewhere outside the park. We had a site next to the small lake. Lovely to have geese wandering around which added to the the lovely setting. Restrooms & laundry are situated a long way from most sites so that would be a problem for some but not for us. The restrooms & showers, though clean & adequate, were dated as was the game room. The signage to the camp ground was very helpful. The site was gravel & the RV needed quite a bit of leveling. WiFi adequate but no phone signal with Cricket Wireless. We would definitely come back to Rocky Hock if in the area. - Mgsid
Aug 2017 - $30.00
Very friendly staff. The owner provided us with local area road map as we were unfamiliar with area. There is a large lake with boats available for use by campers; also fishing in lake. Boat ramp access to Chowan River. One week stay. For cell phone service, Verizon or US Cellular work; the campground internet service worked great for us. - pamMJR
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We stayed one night primarily to visit nearby Edenton, NC. The campground was fine once we relocated sites. Unfortunately I did not check out the electric before leveling trailer. Voltage was running 105 to 107 with only AC running. The owners immediately came out and after checking the electric we moved to another site where the voltage was fine. We appreciated the owners quick response to our problem as temperature was in the 90s. The campground is located in very scenic, quiet farmland. It has full hookups and WIFI that worked for us. The sites are both back in and pull thrus and are generally quite large. We did not see any permanent residents and in fact most units we saw were large and late model. Being on farmland the one downfall when it's 90 out is a lack of shade. We did not use the bathroom but did check out. It is old but does what it's there for but nothing special. Pay attention to the directions on the campground's website or get them from the very nice owners. The roads were fine getting to the campground and inside it. We would probably stay here again but would probably come in the spring or fall when cooler temps prevail. - WOLFTRACKS
Oct 2015 - $15.00
Level private site. Small narrow entrance to site over a culvert. This might be a problem for a larger motorhome. Most sites not for big rigs. - MsLucy
Apr 2011 - $15.00
The campground is several miles by road from the excellent nature-visitors center where you can rent canoes or kayaks to paddle in the lovely cypress treed lake. Nice hiking trails, one of less than a mile between the campground and nature center. Great for nature lovers. Campground has a circular paved road with 20 dirt sites about a central bathhouse that was clean with hot showers. Several water faucets by circular road. No site E/W/S. Many trees. The attraction is the nature center,lake and trails. Very pleasant and helpful park rangers. I would stay there again in my Roadtrek B van. - 210jem