What Are Some Popular RV Campgrounds in North Carolina?

Jackrabbit Mountain Campground, South Mountains State Park, Cataloochee Campground, Cheoah Point Campground and Merchant Millpond State Park are some of the more popular RV campgrounds in North Carolina as of 2015. Other popular North Carolina RV campgrounds include Campfire Lodgings, Kirkland Creek Campground, New Bern KOA, Van Hook Glade and Twin Lakes RV Resort.

Located on the shores of Lake Chatuge near the town of Hayesville, visitors to Jackrabbit Mountain can enjoy boating, fishing, water skiing, hiking and more than 14 miles of biking trails. Cheoah Point Campground is situated on the banks of Lake Santeetlah in the 1.3 million-acre Nantahala National Forest near the town of Robbinsville. Cataloochee Campground is located in a remote part of Great Smoky Mountains National Park near the town of Waynesville, while Kirkland Creek Campground, near Bryson City, is only a short drive away from both Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Nantahala National Forest.

Located near Asheville, North Carolina, Campfire Lodgings is situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains. In addition to RV camping, this campground also offers numerous tent sites and rental cabins. The New Bern KOA campground is located in the second oldest city in the state, Tryon Palace, which previously served as North Carolina's state capital.