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8 RV Parks near Robersonville, North Carolina
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Robersonville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Robersonville in the left hand column.
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
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
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
Mar 2017 - $25.00
We stayed here just one night. We were in town for a birthday party, and we have young children. The owners were the best! We had an issue with our car dolly the day we were leaving and both owners helped us for at least an hour, and were so pleasant to talk to and deal with. They were wonderful. The campground was relatively small, however, this did not take away from the experience. The grounds were clean and spacious, and the campground was quiet with very little traffic. This is truly the owner run campground experience you look for each time. Friendly and helpful, clean and roomy! We would suggest this campground to anyone looking for a place to stay in the area, or just looking for a place to camp on the way to your final destination! - Mhswinson
Nov 2016 - $35.00
This is a nice little spot to stay if you are in the Greenville area. We stayed here over the weekend for an ECU football game. We were arriving late Friday night and the owner met us and escorted us to the site. It was a brand new pull-thru he had just finished and everything was very nice. The owner apologized that there wasn't any grass or plants since he had just gotten the certification from the County that week. I told him I understood and that everything was okay. He and his father were usually around the campground or were available at his house across the street. All the sites have 50amp electric but he will loan you an adapter if you need it. They are also all in the open with no trees around. Water was good and had good pressure. It did rain on us a little so it got a bit muddy but I know the site was new and really aren't complaining. I will stay here again. - archerspoon
May 2016 - $35.00
There are very few options in this area and we found this park to suit our needs and close to Greenville. Access roads are paved and accessible for big rigs. Camp is gravel based pull thrus for easy access in an open area near local farm fields. Currently ten sites with plans to expand. The utilities are placed well and water, electric and sewer all functioned fine. Nothing fancy, no facilities, but clean and but the owners are wonderful people. Wide open skies, great reception for over the air antenna and no obstructions for satellite. If you are looking for a clean, quiet place to park this is perfect. - which2
Sep 2019 - $45.00
Very nice, clean and quiet park. Great owners who make sure all is good. Park under big oak trees, had to use portable dish to get satellite. Easy to navigate with 45 ft and toad. No pool, has a pond for fishing - Jimandellen
Nov 2018 - $50.00
Owners were on site and checked to make sure we had everything we needed. Very welcoming! Park was spotless. We will definitely come back. - L Eskind
Jun 2018 - $55.00
This is a nice quiet campground that only has about 14 sites. I don't believe there are any facilities available, although I never looked for them. Some sites are on the pond but out in the sun. We had a nice shady site with plenty of space. The only reason I gave it a 7 is because our patio faced our neighbors patio. This is great if you're traveling with someone who else and you want to have "group" camping; otherwise you might compete with radios, conversations, etc. overall, I would highly recommend. - jk70
Jun 2017 - $14.00
I love this place! I need to be here long term for work and I know I will be very happy here. Grounds are kept in impeccable shape; beautiful landscaping. I feel like I'm in a wide open field. I look out my window and see... nothing but grass and trees. For the RVs that are here, they are very nice. Great amenities, including playground for kids, beautiful pool (where you can actually swim laps), clubhouse with arcade games, billiards, air hockey, tv, Wii, organized activities. A creek (with fishing) borders the campground - I haven't visited there yet. BUT WHAT IMPRESSED ME MOST is how accommodating and helpful people are here. We first had a problem with our rig and then with our truck, rendering us pretty much helpless. I can't say enough how many folks came and offered to help us in any way possible. - cherylbrv
Sep 2016 - $43.00
The resort is mostly filled with permanents (weekend retreats). 10 to 12 spaces for transient RVs on a grassy ridge. W/S/E. Laundry room machines need repair. Bathhouse very clean. Nice pool. Staff is exceptionally friendly and accommodating. Convenient to Little Washington. - tom&kathryn
Jun 2016 - $43.00
Great place for an overnight stay, just outside of Washington and a short drive to historic Bath. Staff was very cordial. No cable service. A lot of very well kept permanent sites around and along the river. Pool was very nice with large shady pavilion with tables and chairs. Trash pickup twice a day. - g peter
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
Oct 2019 - $58.00
We stayed here in order to have our water fixed on Monday. The gate was down when we arrived and no attendant. Phone line did not work. We were allowed in by another resident. They placed us in a site that had no sewer. Then moved to another site that had a truck parked loaded with camping supplies and trash with propane tanks sitting beside the site. Then they told us to look at three other sites and let them know which one we wanted. Took forever to find it since they sent no one with us. Thanks to another resident who found the sites. Units crammed in on top of each other. Vehicles and boats parked everywhere. Roads are sand and sites are grass. Barely enough room to park. Sewer pipe open and under unit when set. I do not know how they justified the rates they charge and told them so. Informed that they could not afford to give wi-fi and cable to anyone because they would have to give it to all. Whoever built this "Resort" stretched the term resort to the maximum. I will never stay here again. - Thomas Smith
May 2019 - $1.00
The park has about recovered from the hurricane damage last year. The pool is open. The camp store is on the verge of opening. The staff is friendly and efficient responding promptly to issues in the park. There are many sites occupied by semi-permanent dwellings used as weekend retreats for folks from the big city - Greenville. The roads are a mix of gravel and dust. It can be dusty. - The Penguin
Apr 2019 - $1.00
Pretty full of full timers and winter snow birds down from the north. FHU sites; water quality was good and strong; electric good as well. No cable but TV Antenna coverage is good; Verizon coverage is good. Pull through and back-in sites with adequate room for both trailer and truck. As they flooded last year from the hurricane, the pool and club house were closed for renovation. They had one bathhouse open. Playground for the children and a dog park. Right on a peninsula with open access; lots of people with boats and docks. Three lakes to fish in and walk around. On the other side of the waterway are more RV sites and small manufactured houses. - Kerch Family