The Yadkin River on the outer edge of Winston-Salem is the site of this 1,100-acre park and campground. In addition to large RV campsites, Tanglewood Park has beautiful hiking trails and paths for mountain biking. The park has a golf course, aquatic center, tennis courts and horse stables.
Park security keeps you safe around the clock at Tanglewood RV Campground, and your pets will be safe too as they run around inside the fenced dog area. If you visit during the holidays, you’ll see a fabulous display of lights and decorations. You’re sure to enjoy checking out the arboretum with its bridges and fountains.
“Very pretty county park…Roads and pads are paved and wide with a large picnic table…Sites are mostly long enough to fit tow and very spacious. Campground is immaculate. In the county park is also many walking trails, pool, fenced pet area and much more activities…” – Tom, RV Park Review
Simply hop onto U.S. Highway 52 in Winston-Salem and head south to Linwood to reach this 35-acre campground. The park’s close proximity to Interstate 85 makes it a convenient stop for the weary traveler. Although Cross Winds Family Campground is in a rural setting, it’s also within a reasonable distance from several small towns.
You can get a shaded site at this campground, but you can also request one near the front if you’d like to get better satellite reception. While on-site, you can fish in the small pond or swim in the pool. A propane fill station is near the entrance. The gate stays open each night until 10 p.m.
“Very happy with the decision to overnight here. Nice campground…Good amenities (playground, pool in season, activity building, catch-and-release pond). Bathhouse is clean with 3 showers and toilets per side…” – Arthur, Google Review
The main attraction at this RV park near Winston-Salem is the view of Pilot Mountain. At any time of the year, you can look out your window and see the “knob” rising above the surrounding hills. This campground is small but comfortable and offers paved RV pads that can accommodate very large vehicles.
You won’t find sports fields or swimming pools at Greystone RV Park, but you will find an upscale bathhouse and a pond for catch-and-release fishing. Your campsite will have a fire pit and picnic table. A community fire pit and picnic shelter is in the works and will eventually give you a place to socialize with other campers.
“The owners of this fairly new RV park, Kane and Charity, have done a great job designing this home away from home…Although the sites are out in a field, with no trees, the view of Pilot Mountain is spectacular…” – Patty, Trip Advisor Review
Folks who often travel to the Tar Heel State love to make their reservations at Oak Hollow in High Point. It’s a Good Sam RV park near Winston-Salem, North Carolina, that offers its guests a good time. From playing tennis and golfing to boating and fishing, this campground has activities on board for just about everyone.
This campground is a city park that has been serving the traveling public since 1976. It sits on more than 1,500 beautiful acres and has wooded sites that overlook Oak Hollow Lake. If you prefer an unshaded spot so that you can use satellite TV, then ask to stay in Section B.
“…While not all spaces are level, they are all gravel or solid surface. Very relaxing…Large lake for boating and fishing. Marina available. Tennis courts and golf course nearby on property. Many stores, fast food, shopping and services within 4 miles. Small store on-site. Enjoyed stay…” – Lacibeau, Campendium Review
The Yadkin River creates many good camping opportunities, and Forest Lake RV Park is one of them. With 300 acres of land on the river bank, this campground is worth a lengthy visit. The amenities will keep you both comfortable and occupied; you can be as active or relaxed as you desire.
You’ll have plenty of space when you set up camp at this RV park in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina, area. While the river is a bit of a hike from the campsites, a pond with a beach is readily available. A little bridge leads you to a miniature golf course, and tons of hiking trails take you around the property.
“I have been here a few times since December ’17, love the place and the people. Large sites divided by trees, staff is awesome, fellow campers are the best. Lodges, pools, lake, golf.” – Paul, Facebook Review
For a fun campground near Winston-Salem, North Carolina, head just southwest of Salisbury’s historic district. Its name, Carolina Country Campground, reflects the nature of the park. Every beautiful aspect of the countryside in this region is on full display at this Rowan County facility.
You can take a paddle boat out on the lake for an hour or so and enjoy Carolina country at its finest. Once you get back on dry land, you can jump into the campground’s large swimming pool to cool off. Don’t forget to try out the miniature golf course, and play some basketball or tetherball.
“We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this campground. Small, family style. No rushing or jam-packed roads…Very accommodating staff. Got to spend time with some very dear friends in a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. Love it here.” – Sandy, Facebook Review
This family-oriented campground is a place where you can stay for the whole summer or just for the weekend. You’ll feel as though you’re deep in the woods; although, you’re actually quite close to civilization. The hillside property is a unique site with an old dam and story to tell.
The nature trails at Deep River Campground lead you through acres of forest land. If you hang out near the office, you’ll have access to a playground and two swimming pools. Meanwhile, the pond will probably be surrounded by fishing enthusiasts and picnicking guests.
“The campground was clean and very relaxing! We arrived after hours and someone even came to check on us! Found our site easily based on information from the office…Love the play area and had a blast fishing! Visited the zoo for a nice experience and was happy to have a convenient place to stay afterwards! Family friendly and a personal atmosphere with attention [to] detail! Very accommodating to need of guests…” – Cristy, Trip Advisor Review
If you like gorgeous waterfalls and long-distance mountain views, then Hanging Rock State Park is the place for you. This RV campground near Winston-Salem, North Carolina, caters to the nature lover with its hiking trails and rocks for climbing. Bring your mountain bike and take an 8-mile journey through unspoiled wilderness.
When you’re done swimming or fishing in the lake, you can do some paddling or tubing down the Dan River. Find a picnic table with a pleasant view and have a barbecue. Be sure to check out the spectacular five-peaks hike that you can take right at this campground.
“Our family has spent at least a week here every year for the past 10 years, and we never get bored of this beautiful treasure of a state park…swimming, wildlife viewing, picnics, camping, biking…” – Zemo, Trip Advisor Review
For an exciting form of RV camping near Winston-Salem, spend some time at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Asheboro. Kids are always either bouncing up and down on the jumping pillow or zooming toward the water on the water slide. If you’re lucky, you may get a visit from Yogi Bear himself.
Not all the activities at this popular campground were designed with children in mind. The hiking and biking trails that cover the park’s 100 acres appeal to kids and adults alike. Likewise, you can rent a golf cart and drive around with adults only or take your little ones for a spin.
“Great place to camp for all ages. We were nervous going that it would be geared more toward little ones but our kids are 13,16, and two 21 year olds and we all had a lot of fun. The staff was very friendly, Park was clean and there was a lot to do…” – Amy, Facebook Review
You don’t have to drive very far out of your way to stay at a KOA campground (this one in Greensboro is only about 30 miles from Winston-Salem). It’s a nice RV park with some extra-long pull-through sites near the cabins. On the other side of the campground, you’ll find a lounge, game room, playground and swimming pool.
The convenience of having a dump station and propane refill source on the grounds can be a stress reliever. Some travelers even leave their RVs in storage at this KOA campground until they’re ready for their next adventure. If you’re traveling with children, you’ll be glad to know that are plenty of things they can do on-site, including checking out the caboose that’s parked near the playground.
“We stayed one night for a concert at the Greensboro Coliseum…Bathrooms are clean, and they let you come and go as you please which is important for late-night concerts. The only real choice in the area if you want to spend the evening in Greensboro, but its location is perfect if you are hitting the town.” – D.L., Campendium Review
You can make the most of your RV vacation time when you visit Winston-Salem and the rest of Central North Carolina. Take your vehicle for a roller-coaster ride through the rolling hills, and stop along the way at these fabulous Winston-Salem, North Carolina campgrounds. Whether you pick a government-run RV park or a privately-owned campground, you’ll always get a warm welcome.
If you don’t have a travel vehicle, you can buy or rent one today. In addition, dozens of RV dealerships operate in North Carolina and offer irresistible deals. A small campervan or pop-up trailer will fit into tight spaces. A full-size motorhome with all the bells and whistles will make your traveling experience luxurious.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.