Country music is a way of life in North Carolina, and this 80-acre park hosts the annual Lil John’s Mountain Music Festival. It also has a bluegrass museum on the grounds plus owners who are dedicated to preserving local culture and history. Since John and Natalie Maness stay at the campground 24/7, you will always feel safe there.
RV camping near Greensboro is both peaceful and convenient at this park in Snow Camp. The sites, which are large and shaded, are far from the noise of the city but only a short distance from Interstate 40 off State Highway 49. You’ll be able to open all your slide-outs and spread out once you get your RV parked.
“This place is very nice, simple campgrounds, not too many amenities, but the views of the horses in the pasture and surrounding farmland in these rolling hills makes it a worthwhile stop if you’re in need of a place to park your camper for a week or six months. I hear they are open year-round.” – Brian, Google Review