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Cabins are small but we made it work for our family of 7. We had a blast it was the weekend prior Labor Day we fished saw old friends in Virginia and had a wonderful time. The stuff was amazing
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Got a walkup permit for a night for a couple of campsites to share with friends. Couldn't have planned a better camping trip if we'd tried. The sites are right on the beach with easy access for kayaking/paddleboarding/sunrise views over the lake. Well maintained without an overbearing host presence…
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The park is nice and clean. Great for families and retirees.
Kerr Lake has many nice CGs and JC Cooper is a good choice for stays. It is easy to get to and has spacious sites and quite a few are waterfront. Some have private beaches. We have stayed at a number of sites and all have been nice, none very level though.
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I had a short but lovely stay at this campground. My site was right on the lake - it was easy to get to and clean. (I booked a site without electric or water.) Restrooms and facilities were tidy and the staff at the front desk were incredibly polite. Would 100 percent go back.
Love this camping area! Really private sites, clean facilities, and nice lake access. My only con is that the showers are automatic sensors, so when you need the water to warm up, you just have to stand there and take it. If you step out of the way of the sensor, the water stops. But otherwise,…
Sites are clean and well maintained, no issues with hookups. Facilities are not very well kept up an little to no Verizon service but overall a beautiful campground and lake for fishing.
This place is great and unlike anywhere I’ve been in VA/NC in terms of the lake. The water is crystal clear with sandy beaches. It’s beautiful. Campsites are massive with potable water at each, and almost all have a fantastic view of the lake and/or are on the lake. One downside is there is no…
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The campsites are extremely close together so there is no privacy at all. Also in shower house the lights are motioned sensored which are super inconvenient when you're the only one in there and it cuts off 2 or 3 times while your showering and you have to carefully walk in the dark to the middle…
Quick overnight stay; pad was large & easy to back into with our Cricket trailer- sites are nicely spaced apart (privacy). Airplanes fly overhead pretty regularly; seemed to stop in the late evening & start up early. Be prepared to pack you trash out of the park. Overall a nice spot!
We had site 17. Maintenance was’t very good there were bits of trash and sticks everywhere. The water comes on and then goes down to a trickle. There was a water junction box with water leaking down into the site so the bottom stays wet and muddy. The swimming beach has sharp roots sticking up out…
This is a nice little spot to camp. Took the family out for the weekend and enjoyed it.
Was more than expected! Being right on the lake was awesome. Walk out of your tent and “bam,” see the beautiful sights! We camped for the weekend as a mom/daughter getaway (me, my toddler, and my mom). Daughter had a blast swimming in the lake and catching her very first fish!!! Our site was in a…
Had fun, although it was our maiden voyage. Spots are very close together but most people are pretty quiet. Has a pool and a fishing pond, however, it was extremely muddy to no fault of theirs.
We stayed at J.C Cooper Campground at Satterwhite Point Area 2.
The site was near the water with very nice lake views right from the tent.
Great for swimming, kayaking, SUP, and other water activities.
The nearest grocery store (Food Lion) was about 15 minutes drive from our…
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