Campsites in North Carolina

Smelling the flowers, long walks in the woods, cooking over an open fire, these are activities and fun that North Carolina was made for. With dozens of camping and hiking areas all over the state, there is plenty of opportunity for get back to nature.

Adventure Trail Campground
Bear Den Campground
Black Forrest Campground
Buck Hill Campground
Camp Clearwater
Campfire Lodging
Catawba Falls Campground
Chimney Rock Park
Creekside Mountain Camping
Cypress Cove Campground
Deep River Campground and RV Park
Flaming Arrow Campground
Fort Wilderness Campground
Grandfather Mountain Campground
Green Acres Family Camping Resort
Greenfield Restaurant and Campground
Hide Away Campground
High Rock Lake Marina and Campground
Indian Creek Campground
Jonathan Creek Hide-Away
Jordan Lake
Lazy Acres Campground
Linville Falls Trailer Lodge and Campground
New River State Park
Peace Valley Campground
Raccoon Holler Campground
River Creek Campground
Riverside Motel and Campground
Rose Creek Campground
Rutledge Lake Travel Park
Salter Path Family Campground
Silver Creek Campground and Whitewater OutFitters
The Heritage
The Village of Pinehurst RV Park
Thermal City Gold Mine
Turkey Creek Campground
Tusquittee Campground and Creekside Cabins
Van Hoy Farms Family Campground
Whispering Pines Campground

The North Carolina State Tree is the Pine Tree.

The Pine Tree is the most abundant tree in North Carolina. In the early days of North Carolina History, the pine tree was used to make turpentine and other naval products.


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