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7 RV Parks near Plymouth, North Carolina
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Plymouth. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Plymouth in the left hand column.
Oct 2019 - $20.00
This campground is close to downtown Windsor,NC and very clean! They have 15 FHU sites with some as back-in and some pull-through. The laundry room os free to registered guests and the bathhouse is clean too.
Not bad for FHU sites at $20.
They also have four treehouses that you can rent for the night $60. No heat or air but really clean and they have electricity! - NC RV Travler
May 2019 - $20.00
We stayed 13 nights at $20.00 per night. The site was a long, pull-through, level, gravel site with FHU and 50 amps. All services worked well. The pull-through sites have a concrete patio with a grill. We had good Verizon voice and data reception and good DishTV reception on 2 of 3 satellites. The park is very quiet at night. There is a nice boardwalk and four "tree houses" along the Cashie River. The tree houses can be rented for overnight stays. Kayaks can be rented at the Roanoke River Center for $10.00 per day. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Great overnight stop en route to Outer Banks. Pull through grass sites. Good wi-fi. Stayed here last Easter and again in August, 2019. Nothing spectacular but a clean, easy access, overnight stop. Owners pleasant to work with. Open field great for satellite reception! - Millspring
Apr 2019 - $25.00
Most of the park looks to be full time people living in RVs and mobile homes. There is a lot of grass and our spot was all grass as well. FHU with good electric and quality water. Only thing I did not like is that our front door faced our neighbor's front door. Verizon coverage was good; no cable, but antenna TV was OK. Nothing to do here and am glad it was a one night stand. Did find a trail way in the back that went into the woods and around the fields where I was able to walk the dogs. - Kerch Family
Sep 2018 - $25.00
We were extremely grateful to get a reservation at this park as we were evacuating from Hurricane Florence. The park is a wide open field of hard-packed grass that sits behind, what appears to be, the owner's home. They don't confirm your reservation with a credit card as the park only accepts cash and checks. We were instructed to call when we were thirty minutes away so they could be watching for us from their house. As we approached the drive for the park, a lady ran out and jumped in her car to lead us to our site. They are all pull-through sites with full hook ups. She collected our $25 cash for the night and drove off. Later she had to return to ask our names as we never shared that information upon our arrival! The park was perfect for our needs, nice and roomy and we will be forever grateful for finding this spot to stop for the night in a stressful situation. - jjones5996
Jul 2010 - $20.00
Some of the sites are shaded and some are not. We were disappointed that there was no dump station. Also we saw no posted quiet hours and one group was very loud late into the night. On the plus side, Lake Phelps is beautiful and we hear it is great to fish in, if you have a boat. The park also has some interesting historical buildings, but they were not open while we were there. - jc24
Jun 2007 - $8.00
Was a great spot, just don`t like the early gate lockup. - fishtrap
Oct 2018 - $35.00
The roads are the worst I have ever seen. They are giant ruts and extremely narrow. We had a pull thru site but consequently could not pull thru because of the conditions of the road. We were riding the golf cart and rode in the woods to stay out of the ruts in the so called road. You may manage to get in and out with a camper in the 20 ft range without doing damage but please don't attempt it with a 37 ft fifth wheel even thou they tell you there is room. This place should shut down or bring in bulldozers to do some major work. No water pressure at all. - tndncamping4fun
Apr 2016 - $27.00
We stayed one night on the way to MB. We were given a site near the golf course. Open field level site, utilities were properly located and functioned as they should. Staff was super friendly and accommodating.
The interior roads are narrow and twisty, but nothing a competent driver couldn't handle with ease. That being said is rained heavily and we left two inch ruts in the sand roads on the way out, and our camper and truck were quite messy.
I would not call this a destination campground,but it worked well as an overnight. - Pitch1
Oct 2015 - $23.00
Very narrow roads and with the rain, not easy to use. Office staff friendly and gave us suggestions on what to do. Laundry small but worked well. Owner working on roads after the rain stopped and in some cases during the rain. Lots of seasonals. Was quiet and a mile from Rt 17. If you are not comfortable with narrow roads, stay away. If you can drive your RV, this place is Good. - pegdiver
May 2019 - $35.00
This was a stop over for two nights in route to the Outer Banks. Great quiet place to stop, with very large sites, many of which are pull thru's. Nice small pond with front sites with friendly geese and bass fishing. Small Par 3 three golf course and disk golf course. Campground is really secluded surrounded by farms and is very laid back. There is also a Country Dance Hall on site which is open Friday and Saturday's. We weren't there for music, but its a newer building and the inside and was right out of a Johnny Cash movie set. Hope to make it back to attend a country night. Very close to Edenton, which is a must see. The bath rooms, wash room and game room building were dated and in need up upgrade. - Nausett
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
Oct 2019 - $35.00
A terrific place to stay for a one night stop over while driving on a long trip. Nothing special, but everything was very functional, office person was delightful, and everyone in the area was helpful. You are way out in the country, and with dirt sites, expect to sink in an inch or so if you use levelers. - BWolfAR
Sep 2019 - $35.00
We ended up at this campground after a mandatory evacuation from the Outer Banks due to Hurricane Dorian. Leaving the OBX area at 7PM, we called ahead to this campground where the owner answered the phone and gave us a pull-through site over the phone. We arrived in the dark and had no problems finding the site. The WIFI was strong and work very well along with the 50/30 amp FHU connections. We used the laundry room too. The laundry room does not have A/C but the restrooms do which is nice. The restrooms where really clean too! Since we arrived after hours, we paid for your site the following morning when the office opened up. This campground is a no-frills type for overnight stops while traveling on HWY 64. The campground is about 6 miles from HWY 64 and on the same exit as the Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center. The owner allowed us to stay until 2PM so we had time to wash our laundry and get ready to move on to our next destination. I would stop here again if I need a stopover stay while heading to the OBX area. - NC RV Travler
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Easy access to campground; all sites are pull through, spacious, with grass pads. Restrooms and showers are very clean. Swimming pool has been deleted. Playground is skimpy. Almost half the sites are occupied by longer term renters. We stayed two nights on way to Outer Banks. - igor2brvn
Nov 2017 - $25.00
We stayed here mainly because it hadn't had a review since 2011 and it only had 2 reviews. I also wanted to update the contact number and put the address in. The basics are still the same, grass on a sand base that will support RV's when wet. It's easy to get around and all the sites are both back in and drive through. Here's the amazing part the rate is still $25/night no discounts. They do take credit cards, sometimes when the machine is working. They are happy to take a check or cash. The folks running the place were very friendly and helpful. We hadn't decided how long we want to stay so they said just drop a check in the drop box on the way out for the number of days you stayed. This CG attracts a lot of fisher persons with boats, deer and duck hunters. It's located right on the Pongo River. The CG is quiet and peaceful. We had our kayaks along and did a 5 mile paddle on the Pongo and it was beautiful. The showers and bathroom were clean with good hot water and ok pressure. Verizon phone and Mifi worked fine. Washer and dryers are available. If we're back in the area we'd stay here again. - pumper9x9
Oct 2011 - $25.00
This is a really well kept and convenient spot on the Pungo River, just east of Belhaven, NC. They have a boat launch ramp and propane available, and are the last and best place to wait overnight for the Swan Quarter ferry to Ocracoke Island. - Red Moose
May 2009 - $20.00
There are not many full-hookup campgrounds in this part of rural North Carolina. This campground is off the beaten path, offers very large campsites near a river, is very quiet, only $20/night, and the owners are very friendly & helpful. For instance, the sign at the office says "If we're not around, just pick out a site and get settled in, we'll come around and see you later". Laundry and showers facilities are provided. The campground is adjacent to a mobile home park, no wi-fi and limited cell phone access as only US Cellular seems to work here. The campsites are in two areas, one area is wide open and the other in the trees. The nearest grocery store is about 11 miles away on the 264 bypass in Belhaven, so stock up before coming to the campground. We would stay here again. - mountain_man