Heritage Campground

(4) Reviews

526 Sadler Road, Carthage, NC, 28327

Heritage Campground, located in Carthage, North Carolina, features 32 full hookup campsites that are pull-through accessible. The park is big-rig friendly, offers free WiFi, and allows pets.


Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include walking trails and beach access. It also includes all your basic amenities like restrooms, hot showers, and laundry facilities.



The park is close to some fantastic vineyards and golf courses, such as Black Rock Vineyard and Little River Golf Club. On top of that, it's centrally located between Raliegh and Charlotte, and beautiful Uwharrie National Forest is just 40 minutes away.

Last Updated: 05/17/2024

Laundry Facilities

Dump Station

526 Sadler Road, Carthage, NC, 28327
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Overall Rating: 3.8

Ken Boles

Been going to this place for nearly all my life . Now at the age 60+ . I still goes there . Over the years since Faye and her husband passed away . The lake has went down hill . However don’t get me wrong , the lake is still a good place to go and swim . But the surroundings isn’t really kept up . Grass is always high , around camp sites that are long time residents there , It’s trashy and cluttered!! Snake welcoming site . The beach part is pretty decent . Clean . Price for swimming is ok . But worth it . Besides what I stated above . I guess I will continue to go there . The Saddlers were very fine and awesome family . Misses them especially on the 4th of July events . They knew how to throw a awesome party for the campers n friends .

Darrell and Eva Wood

We spent 2 nights and 3 days at the campground. It was clean with level lots for campers/RV's. Everyone was friendly and helpful. The new management team is really working hard to get the area back to the way the Sadler's had it. Lots of work has been done roads are in good shape. Saw no trash laying around. We will be returning.

PJ Harn

I wish I could give this place "no stars"! I have been staying at this campground many time over many years. It use to be kept up to date, safe, friendly host/owner, and overall great place to be. There would be cookouts and special events for the children to do. Amy Sadler would welcome everyone and help you out in anyway. She would decorate for each holiday and made the place feel like a home away from home. We would never have to worry about leaving our travel trailer and going to see the local area for the day. New owners took over and this place is a mess now! Trash everywhere (beer bottles esp), people come and go out of your camping area, none of the games for children are up to date or even working anymore. Basketball area has junk where children are suppose to be playing at. Broken beer bottles in bath house area and they look like they have not been clean in months! At night you can hear people down at the lake yelling, drinking, and pretty much partying till they pass out. None of the rules are followed and its just a free for all now. It's sad to see the way this place has turned out. A teenager is running the place and of course, its just all about the money and not campers. Don't waste your time going.

Mary R Watson

Beautiful rv park tucked back in a privately owned nature preserve. Very heavily wooded. Dirt road in to park is a bit bumpy but nothing too horrible. The campground has a beautiful lake that's open to campground guests only. They brought beach sand in years ago so you have a sandy beach to sit on and enjoy the views. No playgrounds but swimming in the lake is allowed and encouraged (as is checking out the turtles and fish.) Fishing is allowed (catch & release only) and a permit isn't required. Wifi is available but speeds are very hit or miss. Amy, the park owner and manager, lives on site and is very helpful. Very easy commute to Moore County Airport, Southern Pines, Pinehurst, and Aberdeen. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group