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37 Reviews of 4 High Crossroads, North Carolina Campgrounds

Ioan P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2021

Very small place

This is a place considered last resurse. Not many sites and most of that is the long time residents lives here. They have few spots fool hook-up

Site30
Month of VisitJuly
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Reviewed May. 10, 2021

Family friendly

Loved that there was a playground near the site. The site itself was gravelly and not super private but it was great- the hikes around were stunning.

Month of VisitOctober
A
Reviewed Apr. 26, 2021

Camping at Cliffs of Neuse

Nice newly renovated shower house . Nice visitors center. Several easy trails. Helpful staff. Firewood available. Love the tall trees, the river, the swim area.

Site23
Month of VisitMarch
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Reviewed Apr. 14, 2021

Easy hike in tent sites with Lake views

Had a wonderful site in the Shinleaf campground. This area is for hike in tent campers, but it’s a flat, easy, hike to site. Beautiful views of the lake at many of the sites which are well spaced out. Bathroom was very clean. Enjoyed this campground a lot!

M
Reviewed Mar. 29, 2021

Great little NC State Park campground

This was our first time at Medoc Mountain State Park in Hollister, NC. There are bike trails, horse trails, and walking trails at this state park. When we went the trails were too wet for us to do but I understand that they are beautiful right along the creek. We were there with a group of…

K
Reviewed Jan. 1, 2021

Great visit

Started the year out on some trails. Had the place almost to myself except for the campers. Very well maintained. River is up, so some areas are flooded but still able to get a few miles in today!

Cannon W.
Reviewed Aug. 19, 2020

Get place to get away

Not far from the Roanoke River and right around the corner from Halifax, this spot is perfect for getting away from it all. Walking trails along the mountainside with small bridges over a creek offer a scenic view. Gazebo with grills and bathrooms are located a small walk from the tent sites.

Myron C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 1, 2020

Cliffs above the Neuse River is the biggest draw for campers here.

I have camped in this state park several times, including with the Boy Scouts. Other than the park itself, I really enjoyed the camaraderie when our Scout troop and another Scout troop that was camping were playing“Capture the Flag.” I say all of this because it is a great place for group camping.…

  • This is the "350 yard trail," which leads down to the Neuse River.
  • These are the cliffs that rise 90 feet above the Neuse River.
  • The Galax Trail is often impassable because of the flooding from the river.
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Month of VisitJune
Katie M.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 21, 2019

Great campground!

We spent one night here in April. It was great! 

There are some pretty easy hiking trails, great for kids. Really beautiful wooded area. The campground was everything you could ask for! Large, level sites that are very secluded and far apart from each other. Bathrooms were clean and well…

  • Great hiking in a beautiful area!
Month of VisitMay
B
Reviewed Sep. 30, 2019

Amazing

Had a great 2 nights here ! Can’t wait to come back!

Courtney B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 23, 2019

So quiet and relaxing

Falls Lake State Recreation Area is huge, with seven access areas (4 of which offer camping).  We stayed at Holly Point, which offers both tent and RV camping on large, wooded lots.  Our campsite, 57, backed up to a finger of Falls Lake for fishing.  It was just a short walk to a clean swimming…

  • Overview of site 57, part 1 (front side)
  • Overview of site 57, part 2 (back side)
  • Site 57, nice and secluded on a small loop. Lots of trees for hammocking
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SiteHolly Point 57
Month of VisitJuly
R
Reviewed Sep. 18, 2019

Cool place to explore

We had a great weekend camping here with our cub scouts in the Shinleaf group camping area. We had about 40 people and had plenty of room to spread out over three camping sites, Osprey Nest, Blue Heron and Bootleg point. The bathrooms were within easy walking distance. Lots of shade to put tents up…

  • The aptly named Osprey Nest campsite.
  • View from the short trail to the lake's edge.
  • Northern watersnake having a quick lunch.
SiteOsprey Nest
Month of VisitOctober
Elizabeth V.
Reviewed Aug. 21, 2019

Fun and educational

So much fun to camp here. They had a controlled burn of the Holly Hill Loop In February. It was really neat and educational to see the charred bottoms of the trees. The lake is beautiful and great for kids. We will be going back!

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