Top 10 North Carolina RV Beach Resorts

Top 10 North Carolina RV Beach Resorts

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Spring Break is fast approaching and before you know it summer will be here! We’ve compiled a list of the Top 10 North Carolina RV Beach Resorts to get you and your family ready for some East coast relaxation and fun!

1. OBX Campground

Kill Devil Hills, NC

Located on the outer banks of North Carolina, North of Roanoke Island, OBX Campground is the ideal camping spot for families, couples, and solo travelers alike. A few minutes inland from the beach with a private dock on the water, absolutely stunning trees, and sunny skies, at OBX you’ll find your own little slice of heaven.

2. White Oak Shores Camping & RV Resort

Stella, NC

White Oak Shores is the perfect place for outdoor recreation. Canoeing, fishing, boating, kayaking and an amazing pool overlooking the water, Oak Shores is where your family will return to time and again to make memories that will last a lifetime. 

3. Winners RV Park

Carolina Beach, NC

Their website states, “If you like fishing, surfing, riding in a horse-drawn carriage, tracing the steps of movie stars, or simply watching the sun rise, you couldn’t have chosen a better place to visit.” we couldnt agree more.  Winners is a great alternative to Freeman PArk where you’ll surely find some peace a quiet!

Winnersrvpark.com

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4. Camp Hatteras RV Resort and Campground

Rodanthe, NC

Camp Hatteras is the perfect place to hook up and take a dip. With 3 pools to choose from including an indoor heated pool, not to mention the beach, a ton of outdoor amenities, and planned daily activities, Camp Hatteras is the perfect place for a fun family vacation!

5. Ocean Waves Campground

Waves, NC

What strikes me most about Ocean Waves are how beautiful the dunes are. This little park is right on the beach with your standard amenities, but most of your time will be spent in awe at the water’s edge.

Oceanwaves Campground.com

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6. Goose Creek Camping

Newport, NC

Goose Creek is a clean, quaint camping spot with outdoor areas, jet skis, and swimming pool! The best part? There’s a 135 ft water slide!

7. Waters Edge RV Park

Newport, NC

Waters Edge boasts a beautiful private pier open year round and plenty of golf courses nearby, sounds like paradise, right?

8. Kitty Hawk RV

Kitty Hawk, NC

We love Kitty Hawk RV for remaining open since the 60’s! A lot has changed since opening, but the bliss of a family oriented, pet friendly, getaway remains. Check out the surf, friendly visitors, and the Wright Brothers Museum less than 5 miles from the park.

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PHOTO SOURCE: KittyHawkRV.com

9. Hampton Lodge Camping Resort

Kitty Hawk, NC

Many visitors refer to the Hampton Lodge as a family tradition. Out in the middle of nowhere, it truly is a respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

10. Turkey Point RV Park

Sneads Ferry, NC

Described as a “coastal gem” Turkey Point RV Park is the essence of relaxation. Back off of the beach by about 6 minutes, Turkey Point is in the perfect position to please any guest. With a family friendly saltwater pool, the North Carolina Aquarium and wineries nearby, Turkey Point wears many hats for all kinds of guests. Cast a worm, have a glass of Chardonnay, and soak up the sun.

 

  

If your park is on this list and not yet on the Rover Pass register, contact us here. We’ll get your park added and make it that much easier for RVers to find and book a site at your park!

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Brandi is a seasoned vet of cooking over campfires with cast iron and values mobility and freedom over a steady pay check any day of the week. On a given weekend you can find Brandi and her main squeeze Robert chasing the sun in a beat up truck, camping in a well worn tent, or painting landscapes with acrylic on canvas to the sultry sounds of bluegrass Americana. Brandi is a freelance writer based out of Texas, or whatever state she happens to be in at the time.

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