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Old 01-12-2014, 06:23 PM   #15
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North Carolina RV Parks & Campgrounds - Camping in North Carolina - RV Clubs. I use this site alot and have it saved in my favorites. At the bottom is the option to choose another state. I determine the area I would like to go and then check out reviews or ask on here for peoples opinion.
Mayberry Campground in Mt. Airy, NC is a great place to go too. On the Outer Banks, Cape Hatteras KOA has activities for the kids, but pricier than Camp Hatteras. Enjoy your adventures with your new RV.
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Another great place is James Island County Park just outside of Charleston. It is a beautiful park, with the best dog park I have ever seen (4 acres fronting to a lake for them to swim in) and they have a water park that they operate in the summer months. Charleston is a great town to visit with good restaurants and a country marketplace to browse through. And Folly Beach (a quaint little beach town) is only 15 minutes away.

We'll be there in May.
WOW, my wild animal would love that dog park !!! have to consider it

We too are planning to meet a group in the savannah-charleston area may 16th thru 25th or so...
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