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15 RV Parks near Yadkinville, North Carolina
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Yadkinville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Yadkinville in the left hand column.
Sites: 293 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 51 Reviews
Nov 2018 - $1.00
I like this place. It is conveniently located between Mocksville and Lexington with Winston Salem not far away. The staff here are superb! They are what bring us back when we are in the area and and as full timers with a Thousand Trails Elite membership, we choose this campground as a main stay when coming through. We were here for the Thanksgiving Dinner and everyone brings something. It was fantastic! On the site, we got a 30 amp and there is no cable amenity which the kids would love. Campground offers wifi. We use a Verizon jetpack and the signal was good. Family lodge has arcade for the kids and the adult lodge is gorgeous, one of the best on the east coast for Thousand Trails. Roads are a bit rough, but go slow and you will be fine. - naknak
Nov 2018 - $1.00
A neat campground, we liked it. Looks being well looked after. Has got several community buildings, a nice lake with a beach. I especially liked that there are several dumpsters all over the campground, you don't have to drive for them. Very good laundry - good big machines, a price is 1.50, they just installed credit card system, so it's very convenient. - IrinaLT
Oct 2018 - $68.00
Upon arrival the nice attendant at the guard post checked us in. Your not allowed to pick your site so I requested a site with not to many trees due to our satellite usage. She really couldn't recommend a site but did move us to D section and escorted us to the site. The site was a pull in and adequate for our 37 1/2 RV Motorhome, had a fire ring and a picnic table. The grass needed to be mowed and you need to bring block levels as we had to use 2 blocks on driver side and 3 on the passenger side. It was a gravel site. It was a big campground and we met some great campers who stopped and spoke. To be honest the campground has some improvements that could enhance a campers stay which one is the parking bumps in the road to slow golf carts, cars etc. They are literally using parking spaces as a slow down bump which is hard on the tires even if you go over it slow. I think if they place more rock over these areas you will have better results, otherwise I would think the owners would be responsible for tires since they are hard and rough on vehicles/golf carts. Next they had activities planned on the board (bingo, movie night) which both were cancelled with no reason just decided not to have it. Also there is no store on the site, it was stated from one of the campers its seasonal only open in the summer. I find not having a store onsite when open very inconvenient to RV Motorhomes. This campground is part of a membership like timeshare. This is the second time staying in Thousand Trails and I'm not sold on the benefits of a membership based on amenities and what savings you get based on the overall experience in the TT campgrounds. I rated TT a good campground based on a good weekend get a way and close to Childress Winery. I would like to see TT except the feedback and make it a better experience and then I would be happy to give a higher score. - Jaretaz
Aug 2016 - $40.00
The staff was very nice. Getting out was a challenge, as the exit route was very narrow. They did not have cable and even though they claimed to have WiFi, it did not work. - Farsaci
Jul 2016 - $45.00
When we arrived and was told it was $45 a night I was shocked and was expecting this place to be nicer than a beautiful new state park campground. The road is horrible! Very tight with tight curves and pot holes. The sites are very uneven and right next to long term campers with all there junk. We moved to another campground the next morning. I wouldn't have minded it so much if the price was more reasonable. The owners are very nice. - rcannon440
Jun 2016 - $45.00
When we made reservations, I specifically requested a site where we could get satellite because they have no cable. We were told we'd have a nice long site in the open. When we arrived, we were told they had to switch our site because the previous guests had problems leveling. We were given their unlevel site and told we could move in 2 days when they left. Site 19 was extremely difficult to level our coach. We had to use a couple of boards to keep the wheels from lifting off the ground. We moved to site 44 after the others left but still had problems leveling and the satellite reception was spotty because of the trees. The exit road has some deep ruts and tight turns. It's unfortunate, because the office staff/owners? were extremely friendly and helpful. If we return to this area we will look for another park. - dickens
May 2018 - $40.00
I have to agree with other reviews. The prices are a bit high for what you get. We were in the over flow grass lot and only had 30 amps and water. No extras. However, even with all the rain the area had gotten, our site was level and mud free. - Let'sGo!
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Site was not level and we could not get level. - gmasharp
Jun 2017 - $50.00
Will promise everything to get a reservation. We asked for open site (no trees) close to pool for grandkids. no such thing here with 50A FHU PT. We were given end site, wooded, unlevel. Owners were stand-off indifferent. Workcamper at office did not even render hello on arrival. Ridiculous $50 rate, $45 after 10% GoodSam. Not recommending this park. - Avanti3106
Jul 2013 - $24.00
We would not stay here again. If we could have gotten a refund we would have left. OLD restrooms and showers that had bugs, frogs, no heat or air, and one stall had the lights not working. This "campground" is filled with old campers, 5th wheels, and horse trailers that people are living in. It is WAY off the highway and in a valley so there are no views. It does have a laundry. We almost had a cell phone signal. The person who checked us in was nice and helpful when we asked questions. - BorntoCruise
Jul 2010 - $16.00
Quiet, level, clean park. It does not have a pool or game room but, if you are looking for a nice inexpensive place to camp while in the Mt. Airy, Pilot Mt. and Winston-Salem area this is the place to stay. It does have a decent playground for kids. We enjoyed our three nights staying there and will go back. - Oldman5145
May 2014 - $25.00
We will camp here again. Start with 10, then -1 bathroom ventilation (moist), -1 had to level 1", -1 road ruts, +1 clean and well drained dump. Water tight, electric solid. Our site was water/electric, no sewer, shaded with pleasant neighbors. We stayed Memorial Weekend for the 90th Old Time Fiddler's Convention, a joy. Went to bed with campground fiddling, woke to same. Pull-through sites with sewer, but no shade, go fast. We stayed in site 14. This campground is far from roads - quiet, with clear sky. - Frank Rader
Sep 2012 - $37.00
Pads are gravel and unlevel. No Internet, Needs some TLC. Mostly permanent campers. OKL for overnight if you don't expect anything. Over priced, so stop only if you have no choice. Would not stay here again. - walter & kay
Mar 2007 - $20.00
This campground is close to the interstate, and this was the second time we stayed here. The sites need some leveling, and are gravel or grass. There is plenty of room for the dogs to walk, and a small lake with bluegill. We will stay here again without hesitation. - j&b
Jul 2017 - $61.00
We booked a spot at Lake Myers for our first test run with our 5th wheel. I noted on the online booking that we were first time campers. Glad I did this, the manager called us to say that the original spot they were going to put us in was a great space near the pools but may be tricky to get into. We were then put into spot D-17. This was a great spot that allowed us to pull-through since no one was in the spot beside us. Our spot was at the bottom of a hill, so it was a bit hard to level it perfectly. The roads and campsites are definitely tight to maneuver, especially with an F-250 and 30ft 5er.
I'd say at least 85% of the park are permanent sites. The girl at the gate was very nice checking us in, but none of the neighbors spoke to us at all. The men's bathhouse in the D section was clean (according to my husband) and the pool was nice. There was always a good mix of music playing at the pool, but not enough chairs. The pool wasn't very crowded while we were swimming, but every seat was saved with a towel or goggles so we had to just put our towels on the ground. Never had any issues getting in with the gate code.
We drove by the original site we were supposed to be in and realized we made the best decision to move. Due to it being a one way road with an odd angle to the side road, we had no idea how we would've gotten our camper down there. Overall, it was ok for a first time experience, I just wish we could've been closer to some other weekend campers instead of the permanent residents so we may have been able to talk with some other folks. We couldn't find any free wifi and did not pay to use the park's service so I cannot say whether it's worth the cost.
Would not recommend for larger RV's. The sites are entirely too cramped to accommodate large vehicles. - Lcdsp911
Feb 2017 - $58.00
I checked in on a Sunday and they have a box at the gate where you pick up your reservation papers with site number and the code to get in gate.But it was not there and you cant get ahold of anyone.I knew my site so someone that stays there let me in.Poor management! So when I talked to the manager about all the issues I was having she got defensive and aggressive.Can you say unprofessional.And maintenance was getting frustrated at me cause their breakers kept blowing and acting like its my fault. I have never stayed in a place where the people who stay there are more helpful than the people who get payed to help you cause you are the customer.And that place stinks so don't step out and take a deep breath in the morning.I WILL NOT GO BACK!!! They need to overhaul their staff all the way around.I have a lot of camping friends and w are a group and a community so I will inform them all. - Lucky camper
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Reserved a site for a 5th wheel. Site barely big enough for a pop-up. Mostly permanent sites. Roads are terrible. Unbelievable amount of golf carts driven by kids that will run you over if you get in their way. Circuit breaker kept tripping. Needs major upkeep. Pools were ok and fishing was good. - Ozzy Osman
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Hidden gem for a peaceful getaway. We stayed in site 7 at the which backs up to farmland. Creek behind us. Nice firepit area, small clean campground. No pool or kids activities but we wanted peace and quiet and this was the perfect place. Owners are super nice. Small town but some nice restaurants and many wineries to tour in the area. - this is us
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Stayed while passing through town after a chaotic few days in Myrtle Beach. Just what we needed. Peaceful, clean and quiet. Family owned and operated. Only a few spaces with a lot of room and it seemed most were passing through as well. Owners stayed past closing to welcome us and dropped off firewood. Lacks ammeneties so I wouldn't plan to stay for more than a few days unless you are visiting for a specific reason. Would definetly stay again. - Nick Maddaloni
Jul 2018 - $35.00
We stayed here for 5 nights and would return. We thought that our site, #7, was the best one in the campground: large and private with lots of trees. The friendly owners have excellent lists of all local restaurants and hiking trails and suggestions for activities. We walked to Carter Falls and Grassy Creek Winery and recommend both. Elkin is a fun town to visit. Don't miss the food at the brew pub 222 Main. - NCRoamers
Oct 2018 - $33.00
Our second stay here. We stayed once last year for a few nights, and knew we had to come back. We stayed two weeks during an October visit with family in Winston Salem. We were lucky enough to experience Hurricane Michael - 40mph winds came through for about an hour. Lots of downed branches, but the power stayed on. And the next day, everything was cleaned up -- the staff here is really awesome. Very friendly when we showed up late for check in, helped us into our site. Showed up after the storm to make sure everything was OK. The staff all over the park is really top-notch. We like the off-leash dog park on-site; just be aware that park staff is protective of the turf in the dog park, and close it whenever there's lots of rain. Can't complain though - it really is a great dog park. Sewer hookups are at the very back of the site. We needed every inch of our 20 foot sewer hose. This RV campground is a hidden gem, one of the best municipal campgrounds we've ever visited. - DigitalNomadCoffeeShop
Oct 2018 - $33.00
This is one of our favorite parks. VERY Clean and convenient to shopping. Very important for us full time RVer's to get recharged for the next adventure. . (Laundry, Food, Post Office) The park has a 2 mile paved trail that's dog friendly with dog stations through out. Also a Separate Dog park nearby. Levelness of site can be a little challenging as some sites slope more than others. There is a 14 DAY LIMIT per 30 days. They have 44 sites. - Ridgekid
Oct 2018 - $33.00
Tanglewood is about a mile off I-40 which is very convenient. It is pretty quiet but you can hear road noise from somewhere especially in the morning. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful from the check-in to the camp hosts. Lots of things at this park - cottages, manor house, tennis courts, ponds, hiking/biking/horse trails and a bunch of other stuff. There is canoe access to the Yadkin river. Many locals appear to take advantage of the amenities. It is a nice looking park where most sites have semi shade and all are paved. The spacing is decent but there is no privacy. The downside is almost every site is extremely un-level, mostly dropping from front to back. Big rigs would never be able to level in these sites. We had the only pull-thru site which was plenty long enough but we had to be satisfied with almost level. We could not use the WII FI from our site. We did not try raising our Directv dish so don't know if we had coverage but it is doubtful due to trees. Verizon was strong at 4g 4 bars. We would stay here again but would be selective on the site. - Free
Jun 2012 - $25.00
We camped here on our very first trip in our camper. The sites are fairly level and very shaded. There is no Wi-Fi or cable but it has an amazing peaceful atmosphere. As far as things to do for children there isn't anything. However, they have a huge field that you can play whatever sport you want in. The view of Pilot Mountain was awesome. The manager of the camp was super nice and very helpful. They do have a dump station but no sewer hookups. Overall we had a great time. We would go again. - HappyCampers6
Sep 2011 - $25.00
Beautiful campground at the foot of Pilot Mountain with some of the best views and sunsets. Large stage with various events throughout the year, esp. bluegrass, Smilefest, Bobstock, scouting jamborees, mud runs, weddings. I have stayed there 30+ times, and it is a 4 hour drive for me. The owner is very nice, but also firm enough to keep trouble out/away. I caught a 5 lb bass in their lake so bring your poles. - ReelEKeen