No cars allowed. You cart your stuff to the site. All sites have trees for hammocks. Watch for poison ivy and enjoy floating or kayaking the river
We camped at the Wagoner access with our dogs over the weekend. The campground is very beautiful. You have to walk in but the park provides little carts and wheelbarrows. The sites and the bathhouse are very well maintained. The park host, Tom Keller, was just fantastic. Really helpful and super nice. There are also 2 beautiful hiking trails starting at the campground. I would definitely camp here again even if I have to say there are much more scenic places in this part of North Carolina.
Small campground with a handful of FHU sites. some sites have patio area on “wrong” (street) side instead of curb side, so take a look at Google satellite map when booking. Sites 3, 7, 10 are among the best. We’ve already booked another trip to go back.
Group campsites don't have enough trees for hammocks but other campsites are great. Nice by the river, we left our canoes in a spot for the next day and they were not touched or damaged.
Every spot here is close to the river! The gentle sound of the New river is the most peaceful sound! Extremely clean bath house and very helpful rangers.
Our family enjoyed this state park very much. The section of the campground we were in was very quiet and the hiking was great. The nature center was very interactive and great for kids. We were too far away from the water to walk, so we missed out on that, which we were looking forward to, but overall a really nice experience.