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Amazing Campgrounds in North Carolina

Nestled amidst the woods, surrounded by rhythmic nature sounds, soaking in the sheer beauty around, sounds like the perfect retreat.
For Camping , you can choose the old-school tent, an RV camper or experience ‘glamping’, which is basically glamorous camping with access to luxurious amenities.
The countless natural wonders of North Carolina, makes it an ideal destination for camping.
Here are some amazing Campgrounds in North Carolina.
Here, campers are in for a series of games, campfire songs, feasting on s’mores and walking through moonlit grounds.
1. Tryon Palace, New Bern
Camp in style on the Lake Wylie banks with all high end features like Wifi, Starbucks coffee, TV’s equipped with streaming services and a private beach area.
2. Long Cove Resort & Country Club, Charlotte
Their Instagram worthy vintage trailers, tree houses, tent cabins, and dome rentals are the perfect blend of comfort and luxury with mountain views that will make you never want to leave!
3. Asheville Glamping, Asheville
This trail has more than 15 camping platforms, where you can paddle one of the oldest rivers by day and rest under a sky full of stars at night.
4. French Broad Paddle Trail, Asheville
The site has 30 boat-in campsites with picnic tables, fire pits, restroom facilities and tent pads. Do catch the beautiful sight of the sun setting on Lake James.
5. Lake James State Park, Nebo
With the North Carolina Zoo within close proximity, this site will make you feel you are on an African Safari with the animal noises of Elephants, Lions and more.
6. Trails End Family Campground, Asheboro
Talk about solar powered cabins and tee-pees! Packed up on luxury, this eco-friendly site provides plenty of privacy.
7. Blue Bear Mountain Camp, Todd
This site featuring deep gorges, expansive valleys, serene creeks and plunging waterfalls permits mountain biking and equestrian activities.
8. Panthertown Valley, Nantahala National Forest
Offering over 15 campsites by the scenic riverbanks, make sure to bring your kayaks and canoes when visiting this site.
9. Roanoke River Platform Sites, Inner Coastal Plain
Camp out on the National Seashore with the Cape Lookout Lighthouse in the background or pamper yourself in the rustic cabins at Long Point, providing various comforts.
10. Cape Lookout National Seashore, Crystal Coast
The site has Mongolian tents known as Yurts with well furbished interiors. As for the exteriors, you can explore whitewater rafting and hiking here.
11. Sky Ridge Yurts, Bryson City
What better way than to camp in a well furbished Tree-house sipping on, their self-produced wine surrounded by luscious greenery.
12. Treehouse Vineyards, Monroe

 Aishwarya Swamy

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