Standard (tent/RV)
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Kings Mountain
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Kings Mountain is located in South Carolina
Latitude
35.1494 N
Longitude
-81.4525 W
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8 Reviews of Kings Mountain
History Abounds

Tons to do, including hikes and history. Make sure to go across the street to the Kings Mountain Military site. Better yet, plan your stay when they are doing an event.

Relaxing and beautiful

The campground is nice and some sites have more room than others. Lots of clean bathrooms throughout the campground and park. Nice play area for kids. Good hiking. The rangers dropped off flyers on Friday night to let us know the events for the weekend at the military park (which were free events). Very pet friendly.

Decent

I haven’t been camping at many different places but this place had everything you need. Electricity, water and fire pit. Camp areas are kind of close together so there were a lot of other people around.

Beautiful Getaway

We stayed in May for a weekend. It was full of people and kids. There were great trails for you and your pup's to go hiking on. The camp itself was clean and well maintained. I didn't use the restrooms as I was in an RV, so I cannot comment on those

At night quiet hours were kept and it was just beautiful!

Large shady spaces near Kings Mountain Military Park.

Large spacious spots for RVs and Tent campers. Close to Kings Mountain Military Park. Several trails from easy to strenuous and varying lengths. Lake with fishing, kayaking and canoing. Clean facilities with bathrooms, showers and camp store.

Spaces have electric, water, fire rings and picnic tables. Tent only areas.

Great Getaway Great History

King mountain state park is a nice affordable campground. It has a number of campsites and it has a trail that you can walk from the state park to the National Park. None of the campsites are paved so if it rains prepare for a muddy day. overall it is a quiet place to relax and enjoy with your family and friends.

Potential

This place has not been kept up very well probably due to funding. The scenery is beautiful and is a must see; however, it does look pretty scary in some parts due to lack of care. The restroom aren't very clean as well but at least the plumbing works.

First to Review
Must have been a site to see

A lot of the amenities were built by the CCC, but many have not been maintained. The sites are pretty close together and some are not suitable for a camper over 24'. The cleanliness of the bathhouses depends on the host. I have seen very good and also pretty gross. This place is nicer than a lot of the private campgrounds around this area and has a lot of potential if they can get the funding.