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KOA Campground

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
(910) 934-3181
(800) 377-8436 (general information)
(800) 562-5897 (reservations)
info@smithfieldkoa.com
www.koacampingnc.com
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Fayetteville RV Resort

This campground is squeaky clean and quiet and is nestled in the country but minutes from 1-95 at Exit 61-Wade! 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. We also have cabins 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. Just a half mile off of I-95 at exit 61, exactly midway between New York and Orlando, and close to Fort Bragg, Fayetteville RV Report is a gorgeous resort in a tranquil, park like setting. Stay in comfort and enjoy all the amenities of a 5-star resort at great prices.

6250 Wade-Stedman Road, Wade
(910) 484-5500
www.fayettevillervresort.com
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