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North Carolina

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Mayo River State Park to Hold Special Event for Community, Park Supporters

News | Mayo River State Park, Mayodan, NC | People will have an opportunity to tour Mayo River State Park’s new facilities and meet the park staff during a “meet and greet” event at the park in Rockingham County on June 5, according to the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.
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Mayo River State Park

Mayo River State Park | Mayodan, NC |Interim facility, Mayo Mountain Access, opened to the public on April 1, 2010. Located at the site are a visitor contact station, picnic shelter, .5 mile hiking trail currently open and an additional 1.8 mile hiking trail planned, rest rooms, catch and release fishing in the pond,...
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North Carolina

North Carolina | Campgrounds and RV Parks in North Carolina. Click on the map markers or campground links to see details. Campgrounds include State and National Parks, public and private campgrounds.
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KOA Statesville East/Winston-Salem

Statesville East/Winston-Salem KOA | Statesville, NC | Is set on 30 acres of rural countryside and is the perfect setting for a peaceful retreat. You'll enjoy North Carolina camping at its most relaxing! We're located close to the junction of several main travel routes, with easy access on and off the interstate.
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County Line Park

County Line Campground | Henderson, NC | One of seven sites in the Kerr Lake State Recreation Area. County Line Campground offers: 84 tent/trailer campsites, each contains a picnic table, outdoor grill and a tent pad. 12 sites have water and electric hookups for RVs. Dump station on site. Showers and restrooms...
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Southern States

Campgrounds and RV Parks located in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
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