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About Charlotte

RV and camping enthusiasts have three great main options for their next outdoor trip. To the west is Asheville, to the east is the coast and Wilmington, and finally there are plenty of RV parks near Charlotte proper for folks looking to make a day or weekend trips from the city.


One of the first things you notice about Charlotte is the unique car and racing culture. Two of the world’s most famous racetracks are minutes from downtown. The NASCAR Museum and Galleries is in the city center, along with the NASCAR Hall of Fame and the NASCAR company itself. If you’re visiting to experience this fast-paced sport at one of the area’s many noteworthy venues, head north. Both the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Concord Speedway are on the northern outskirts of the metroplex.


South of Charlotte is Fort Mill. This quaint old-brick village is a popular stop for history buffs because of the role that the region played during the Civil War. Most of the area parks have ties to critical events in history, but it you love the outdoors and seek thrilling experiences, Fort Mill has its very own amusement park called Carowinds.


What about the Appalachian Mountains? What about the Atlantic Coast? A short haul from metro Charlotte are countless park and camping options. If you’re headed west, visit Asheville, located in a valley at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and South of Cherokee National Forest. East of Charlotte RV parks is the coastal town of Wilmington where you can find dozens of RV parks to stay at — some of which are beachside.