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When you look up the definition of Southern hospitality, there may be a picture of North Carolina. You'll find friendly people wherever you go camping in North Carolina. RV parks in North Carolina are found in three distinct regions: the mountains, the piedmont, and the coast.
But everything you experience while RV camping in North Carolina won't be run of the mill. There are also many quirky things. Visit Lacama and wander through three-dimensional jigsaw puzzles of spray-painted whirligigs and flashing reflectors that all move and chime with the wind. In Kernersville, take a tour of Korner's Folley, a unique mansion that will take you through 22 rooms in
But everything you experience while RV camping in North Carolina won't be run of the mill. There are also many quirky things. Visit Lacama and wander through three-dimensional jigsaw puzzles of spray-painted whirligigs and flashing reflectors that all move and chime with the wind. In Kernersville, take a tour of Korner's Folley, a unique mansion that will take you through 22 rooms in seven levels. You don't have to be west of the Mississippi to visit an authentic old Western town. Go camping in North Carolina in Love Valley and wander through saddle shops, take in a rodeo, or go trail riding on more than 800 acres of horse trails.
RV parks in North Carolina are located near some of the fertile land that is dotted with a wide array of crops. In season, stop by some of the numerous roadside stands selling farm fresh fruits and vegetables. Whether you're staying for a few hours or several days, farms have much to offer—no matter the season. At Mike's Farm in Richlands, depending, take a hayride, chop down a Christmas tree, go pumpkin picking, or enjoy some sweet strawberries. Or take the kids to Mooresville and let them feed the ostriches at Birbrain Ostrich Ranch. In Thurmond, the Precious Alpaca Farm is geared toward groups of all ages.
RV camping in North Carolina in the mountains gets you close to waterfalls and beautiful views following a mountaintop hike. In the winter, go snow tubing or whitewater rafting and zip lining in the summer. Thrill while riding down Sliding Rock in the Pisgah National Forest. Take the plunge down a 60-foot slipper cascade into a 6-foot deep pool. Or take a family ride on Blowing Rock's Tweetsie Railroad while camping in North Carolina.
The coast is a great place to experience RV Parks in North Carolina. North Carolina's beaches introduce you to tales of pirates and pilots. Get close to lighthouses and sea life. At Nags Head, enroll in the largest Hang Gliding School in the world. The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is 112,000 acres of protected lands. Walk the decks of the Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington. Visit Cape Lookout National Seashore where, for more than 400 years, wild horses have inhabited the barrier islands.
Visit the piedmont while RV camping in North Carolina and take a ride on a wild river. In Charlotte tour the U.S. National Whitewater Center. Alongside mountain biking and running trails is a multiple-channel, customized whitewater river for rafting and canoe/kayak enthusiasts. Fish, boat, and swim in Lake Normal's more than 32,000 acres. Carolina Skydiving, in Jonesville, offers you the opportunity to experience the thrill of parachute jumping while camping in North Carolina.