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27 RV Parks near Glen Alpine, North Carolina
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Glen Alpine. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Glen Alpine in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Found park on web site with a 6.5 out of 10 star rating. Made reservation for one night, as did friends also in a Class A. Pleasantly greeted when checking in. All hook-ups were available as advertised, however, we did not use them to know how well all worked. The RV parking site appeared more like an RV storage area than an RV "park." We did not stay. Called friends and warned them off. It was, in fact, alarmingly "sketchy." Cannot recommend at all. - MustardSeed76
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This RV Park is an old amusement park. They have a driving range and a Putt Putt course on site. You can see the old batting cage and a go-cart track on site. Staff was friendly. Several long term campers. We spent only one night here. I would camp here again. - Bburgbrewer
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Only a few 50A sites, WiFi & cable are good. Roads and sites are stone and level. Miniature golf & driving range. Great stay for a golfer. - Stan1
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Been at this campground for 10yrs. We kept it up very well and considered it home away from home. I looked at the WIFI signal strength while inside the store and it was weak so I mentioned that if they were to call the company who they had it with that they would come out and adjust to get a full signal but they said no. Being disabled we did't want to have to go to the store just to get WIFI. I did complain about the water on/off on our site, it took them yrs to put a handle on it since I was having to use pliers to shut on/off the water to our RV. Because of health problems we did not get to go up there for 2yrs in a row yet I did go, with help, and pressure washed , raked leaves and kept the grass trimmed except for one time when they sent me a letter saying the grass was too high and I went right up and took care of it. We paid yearly rates, never broke any of their rules and really enjoyed the peace and quiet of the campground since there's only fishing in the pond to do while up there and a small playground for children in front of the bath house. Our RV was on blocks and they let me know one side was leaning so I called a wrecker service to fix it but the driver had a head on wreck while on his trip there. I stayed all day waiting to get it fixed. I ended up selling our RV for dirt cheap and lost money because they charged the new owner half yrs lease for the lot too. Nice people, quiet and kept up well, just don't make the mistake I made by saying something about their WIFI. Sad that they kept my money for the whole season without refunding me the differnce once they signed over my lot to someone else. People can't help when a disabilty keeps you from going every week to relax and enjoy or else I would have jacked it up myself if I had seen it first. Wont fix their own stuff unless they simply just have to. RV sites are totally not level near the road was the main problem for the most part. - 10yr camper
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Park looks nothing like their website. Swimming area unfit for human use due to duck feses. Park must have septic issues because campers tollets were backing up.Park was pumping leaving campers smelling horrible odors. Owners were extremely unpleasent to deal with. Campers are stacked in on top of each other. This park should be shut down. - Rhonda Andrews
Apr 2013 - $25.00
While the new owners were very nice and friendly, and the April discounted price was low, the large number of seasonal units which were dirty and junky was a real turn off. - MsLucy
Jul 2015 - $33.00
Very nice campground. You can choose your own site. A lot of different kinds of sites. A very nice creek, which is good for tubing or fishing, goes through the whole campground. Has a large beach area for swimming. The grounds are well kept. The only complaint is the owners are very rude but if you can overlook that then it's a great campground. - fireboy7
Jun 2014 - $35.00
This park is in an attractive destination for families seeking outdoor fun. Its remote location is not, however, suitable for over nighters and it is lacking in the usual facilities for RVers. No Verizon cell phone coverage. Friendly staff. Pretty spot. - Roger H.
Aug 2012 - $30.00
We have stayed here a few times during the week and had a great time. We hear weekends get crowded but not enough to avoid staying here. The water slide may be the fastest I've tried in a long time. Camping conditions were fine. Most good sites are backed up to Steele Creek, which you can also play in. A family friendly place that we will go back to more than once a season. Take some money. It does get pricey. - justhollerhandyman
Sites: 132 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 32 Reviews
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This is more of a cabin/seasonal park with a few transient and tent sites. There are lots of activities (pool, mini golf, etc etc) but everything is dated and in pretty poor condition - including the sites and road to get in! Everything has potential, it just isn't living up to it. I think the key word in all of these reviews is "formerly a...." Just a big no for us. Too many other great campgrounds in the area. - Sophiegirl04
Jul 2018 - $52.00
We loved our weekend stay at Hidden Creek Camping Resort! Everything was clean (might I even mention the "curbside trash pick up?"!!), the staff and especially owners were so incredibly friendly and fun, so many family activities, the water slide is a blast for not only the children but also the adults, they have any and everything you could want if you should forget something at home and a great cafe on site. We can't wait to come back and introduce our other camping friends to this wonderful retreat! - Megan Burchett
May 2017 - $60.00
Hidden Creek Camping Resort is formally Jellystone Marion We have been going here for the last 8 years 3-5 times a year. This weekend was the first time we stayed under the new management, it was the most poorly run & mismanaged campground we have ever visited. Most sites were double booked & it was musical campers all day, everyone was angry. Management came to our campsite and screamed at us that one of our spots were double booked and they were giving it away even though we had a confirmation where we paid 1 year in advance. Campground was messy, grass was not cut, was told that the pool was open, went to the pool and was there maybe 5 min and a young worker says "I am here to piss everyone off...pools closed". So no pool the entire Memorial weekend. My advice to campers.................STAY AWAY FROM HIDDEN CREEK CAMPGROUND!! - Horkie Fresh Crew
Dec 2015 - $1.00
Unfortunately this business no longer accepts RV's. They concentrate on cabin rentals and hosting affairs such as weddings and business conferences. Owner said campsites were not profitable enough and he had to cut back on staffing. Very sad as this was one of our favorite places to go and relax. - amxpress
Jun 2013 - $50.00
This is our 4th trip to this campground. Each time gets better. We had a back in site, on the creek with 30A service. There are young trees along the road which can make backing a challenge, but with a little maneuvering we made it in. The site was level. Good water pressure, fresh well water. The campground has WiFi at the sites closer to the front and at the camp store. The camp store really is a snack bar with home made sandwiches including a trout sandwich. The owners are awesome people. This campground is isolated with no cell service, cable or antenna TV. There are no planned activities for the kids. There is a swimming hole next to the clubhouse. They offer canoe trips and tubing. This is not a luxury campground, but a basic, clean, friendly, quiet, and private campground. - amxpress
Mar 2013 - $50.00
We planned a last minute trip and got a very good surprise. If you want quiet and peaceful on a mountain stream, this is it. The place has new owners in the last couple years, and they are working hard to have a quality place. All the available lots are riverfront, where you could cast from your RV steps or tie your kayak to your picnic table. The lack of a pool is no problem for us. The river was crystal clear and varied from ankle deep to a large deep pool behind the main lodge area. The place is small, quiet, and family managed. We loved it. Oh, and they had a neat clean camp store/sandwich shop with friendly staff. - Donttrvlenuf
Jun 2015 - $20.00
You MUST be a member of a Moose lodge to stay here. Most of the sites are occupied by permanent residents, only 7 are short term. The area for short term is unpaved and the sites are very close. If you have a 2wd vehicle you will have difficulty on some of the step gravel roads. We were the only ones in the short term section, but had it been full it would have been very crowded. - Thorfinn
Apr 2013 - $30.00
This park is in a large open field with a gravel road leading to a few sites. The gravel parking pads are narrow and not very level. There are no fire rings at the sites and only a few scattered wooden picnic tables. There is a covered pavilion and small playground set in the center of the field. We got our 40ft Class A leveled with some difficulty using our jack pads. Getting a satellite view was no problem as the only trees are the ones that surround the field. This is one of the few RV parks in the area where you can get Sprint phone and 3G service. Bathroom and showers are OK but not cleaned daily. There is also a coin washer/dryer. The owner is friendly, helpful and has lots of local knowledge about the area. He does have a rule of no drugs, alcohol, or firearms allowed in the park and he doesn’t take credit cards for payment. There is no road noise and the park is very quiet except when the train comes by. The tracks run along one side of the park and when the train passes the engineer blows the horn, sometimes often and long. - Road Train
Apr 2019 - $49.00
This amazing campground resort is located on the Blue Ridge Parkway at mile marker 324, a short ride from Spruce Pine, NC. We stayed with a 39 ft Fifth wheel and are just under their 40 ft. maximum. The new owners of 3 years, are busy updating the park to its original glory. This RV and tent campground is located in the Pusgah National Forest area and the sites are wooded and spaced nicely apart. This is the nicest family resort that we have stayed at on the East coast. If you like fishing, swimming, hiking trails with waterfalls, game rooms and much more, you will love this resort. They also have cabins for non campers. - Kathy-Arnie F
Nov 2016 - $33.00
Campground is about a half mile off the Blue Ridge Parkway down a winding, gravel road. I was traveling the parkway in the off season and this was the only campground open. I got there just before they closed the office. A very friendly young lady swiftly checked me in. The campground is split into two halves, each on a wooded hill with and valley and lake between them. I was placed in a site on the further half. It was a smaller site, water and electric only, but I only needed the power. Power at the site showed a reversed polarity, but since I was the only one in this section, I moved to the next site over. Site was graveled and level. The roads in the campground were all steep and of loose gravel, except right near the office. Very tight maneuvering, but there were some big rigs back in the furthest section. The bath house was very clean but also very dated and unheated. Never could get the wifi to work, even near the campground office the next morning. Office and store was well stocked, even in the off season. I would stay again, but in warmer weather. - Cyclonic
Oct 2016 - $38.00
The campground is located off of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Plenty of signs along the major roads providing directions to the campground. The road into the campground is rough with steep hills and narrow lanes. There are a couple of hairpin turns that might be difficult for big rigs. In fact I did not see any class As in the campgrounds. Check in was easy but the map to the campsite was not particularly clear and we had trouble finding our campsite. A guide would had been helpful. Roads in the campground are very tight and are difficult to maneuver. The campsites in the "C" section are very small and close together.
Sites have full hook-ups, picnic tables and fire pit. Wi-Fi is only available at the office, no cable and no AT&T. Sites are fairly level. There was some nice equipment in the playground.
We camped here for a week. - Nautilus