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3 RV Parks near Marshville, North Carolina
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Marshville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Marshville in the left hand column.
May 2014 - $30.00
An old farm converted to campsites. Many not usable. Most of the residents are permanent with very old and shabby trailers. Bath house very run down and needs to be razed and rebuilt. On the positive side the old owner passed away and the son is trying to run it through an estate. The son is friendly and helpful but he needs to do a lot of renovations. He realizes this and wants to do things right. Maybe in a few years this will be a nice park. - esta34950
Sep 2019 - $35.00
This is a nice clean park and very quiet. I agree with the 2 previous reviews. Sites are nice although they do slope front to back but I had no problem getting my motorhome level. The check in was simple and the park rangers were very nice and helpful. All hookups worked good. No wifi and not much chance to get satellite due to trees but there are numerous over the air channels. Do not follow your GPS as our took us 20 minutes out of our way. We would return to this park. - RayN
Jun 2019 - $30.00
In the area visiting family in Monroe. This county park is the closest and was quite a nice surprise. 30 minutes to Monroe and 15 to Waxhaw and the closest grocery shopping. The park does have a small store with ice and drinks. Ice is as cheap as in Walmart ($2.00/10 lb bag). Since it's a county park alcohol is officially prohibited. There are a total of 120 sites with about half gravel and the other concrete. Almost all sites have a slight slope front to back, but bad enough to get level. Even on the busy weekend, it is surprisingly quiet. During the week, it's even quieter. Forget getting satellite reception because of the many trees, but with the beautiful setting, who cares. All sites are back in with plenty of room to maneuver. The park is secured at night after 9:00 pm with an automatic coded gate. We would definitely stay here again. The large lake and beach will be a hit with the kids or adults, as well as 2 playgrounds for them. Boats are allowed on the lake and fishing is supposed to be quite good. Non residents pay $6.00 per day for power, water and sewer. - 2sunkid
Jul 2018 - $32.00
We thought we would give this park a try, as we had never stayed in a county park. I was pleasantly surprised with this facility. The full hookup sites are really nice because they are paved and near the lake. Nice size lake and you can bring your boat if you like. Beautiful and peaceful place with lots of things for kids to do. The only negative I can think of is some of the hookups are placed in kinda weird places, and longer hoses are needed. We will definitely be returning! - Bullit
Nov 2018 - $35.00
I added a previous review and the rate was wrong so hope this corrects it somehow. it was not 105. it was 35. - Clifton Hucks
Oct 2018 - $105.00
This is our second stay and both have been satisfactory to very good. The park is quiet and the staff has always been very nice. Cable TV and internet supplied. Site has a little fishing pond that is great to catch and release. There is a big lake called Lake Tillery. The campground has access to it. - Cliff Connie
May 2018 - $38.00
We stayed here with a 39 foot Class A and tow vehicle. Quiet park with very few full timers. I would not say big rig friendly but very doable. - W-TBanks