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KOA Campground, near SmithfieldKOA Campground, near Smithfield

Smithfield KOA is an award-winning North Carolina campground that offers great tent and RV sites as well as cozy cabin camping. Just off I-95 and close to Raleigh, camping in Smithfield, NC at KOA makes a great stopover for all points - North, South, East and West. You'll also find a variety of delicious food and shopping just minutes away! If you're looking for local attractions, the Bentonville Battleground is also nearby to make your stay at KOA campgrounds of Smithfield, North Carolina even more enjoyable. 497 Us Highway 701, Four Oaks, NC 27524-9263. (910) 934-3181; for general information call (800) 377-8436 or email info@smithfieldkoa.com, or for reservations call (800) 562-5897. www.koacampingnc.com
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KOA Campground, near FayettevilleKOA Campground, near Fayetteville

This KOA Kampground is squeaky clean and quiet and is nestled in the country but minutes from 1-95! They offer big-rig pull through sites that are extra large and level for quick, easy setup after a long day on the road. For your RV’s you can choose Water/Electric or Full Hook-up sites. KOA also has “Kampin Kabins” that sleep 4 or lodges that sleep 6 with full facilities for those without a rig or tent. If you are a tenter they have lovely sites situated in a pine grove. All sites are level; all sites are spacious and trees abound. Pets and Kids Welcome! Rallies Welcome! Special Events Welcome! Horse Boarding Available! Free WI FI, free 70 channel cable, free pump out. 6250 Wade-Stedman Road, Wade, NC 28395. http://www.fayettevillekoa.com/index.php. Get Map

Little River TrailsLittle River Trails

Little River Trails is a horse trail riding/campground facility located outside the little town of Bunnlevel, North Carolina. Because they are NOT a horse rental facility, you must bring a horse if you wish to ride their trails. Little River Trails has approximately 10 miles divided into three color coded trails. Red, which begins and ends at the campground and takes approximately 2 1/2hrs to ride. The Blue trail (about an hour ride),  and the shortest is yellow. The yellow loops off the red.  You must ride about 1/2 mile along McNeill Hobbs road to access the blue trail. The Upper Little River runs along side the campground. They offer primitive camping, (we do have hot showers ), as well as hook ups. One can fish from the riverbank or opt to use the small boat ramp we have available at the campground. There is also a nice large shelter with picnic tables and restrooms. No ATVs allowed. 1690 McNeill-Hobbs Road, Bunnlevel, NC 28323. 910-893-4351 / 910-814-3111 or littlerivertrails@yahoo.com. http://webpages.charter.net/littlerivertrails/littlerivertrails.htm. Get Map

Raven Rock State ParkRaven Rock State Park

Raven Rock is one of our most underrated state parks. The views from the overlook (above) on the Raven Rock Loop Trail are some of the finest in the piedmont. The topography is diverse, highlighted by the 152 ft. high outcropping of crystalline rock that gives the park its name. The park is located on the "fall line", where the river literally falls and produces the best rapids in the eastern piedmont. At this geological transition zone, the hilly landscape and resistant rocks of the piedmont give way to the flat terrain and softer rocks of the coastal plain. Walk to a section of the river known as "Fish Traps " to see the fall line for yourself. The park's bluffs and ravines sprout mountain laurel and rhododendron, species not usually found this far east. Raven Rock is also noted for its early spring display of wildflowers such as Dutchman's breeches, bloodroot, saxifrage, and bellworts. The park offers family, group, and canoe camping , as well as hiking, fishing, and horseback riding. 3950 acres in 2002, Raven Rock rises 150 ft. above the Cape Fear River. For more information, visit the park's official website or call (910) 893-4888. 3009 Raven Rock Road, Lillington, NC 27546-8821. http://www.stateparks.com/raven_rock.html. Get Map

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