Forest Lake RV Camping is nestled on 306 acres of prime recreational land along the banks of the Yadkin River. You'll see much wildlife at our Advance, NC RV campground including deer, turkey, squirrel, many species of hawk, and lots of game fish including bass, catfish, crappie and bluegill. All RV sites have full hook-ups and there are 18 cozy cabins for rent.
Many miles of trails are accessible from this Thousand Trails Advance, NC RV campground for hiking, biking and horseback riding and golf carting. Close to Forest Lake RV Camping , the town of Lexington is home to one of the South's largest food festivals, the Lexington Barbecue Festival, enjoyed by over 100,000 folks in late October.
Whether you want a quiet weekend by the campfire or a vacation jam-packed with local attractions, Forest Lake RV Camping is ready and waiting. An Advance, NC RV campground along the banks of the Yadkin River Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Forest Lake RV & Camping Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
Waited about 25-30 minutes for a ranger to show us to a spot that was way to small for my camper! Roads are the worst pot holes speed bumps that are curbs! Kids under the age drivings golf carts around with out parents! Bath house was disgusting with mold and garbage everywhere! Will never recommend this place!
Wonderful staff, great club houses, rental carts, quiet campground. Full hook ups and great to reception.
Part of the Thousand Trails System. 2 swimming pools, camp store, snack bar, fishing pond (I cought 2 sunfishes in 30 min & I’m no fisherman) basketball court, mini golf, & playground equipment. Multiple bathrooms with showers - nothing fancy, but, adequate. The camping sites are close together, but, that seems standard in these types of campgrounds. People seems friendly and the staff were professional. Store has snacks, some camping stuff, & fishing bait. Snack bar has fast food & video games. Lodge has TV & pool table (we did not try either) but nice amenity for rainy days. It seems like most campers (at least half) had golf carts. This was our 1st stop on a coast to coast adventure with a 5 year old & 2 large dogs. This is mostly a RV park & not a wilderness experience - but as far as RV parks go - I was very happy with the experience.
Great place to spend some time. People and pet friendly. Adult and under 18 pools open seasonably. Gated and campers are given individual codes to get in after hours. Only negative is that they were working on remodeling their activity center. So, evening functions were limited.
The campground hosts, Tom and Jan were absolutely amazing! Everyone is very friendly and helpful. We were only there Fri-Sun but there were activities planned to include an outdoor movie (with free popcorn), arts & crafts for the kids, candy bar bingo, and a DJ. There is a putt putt course, pool, adults only pool and lounge, family lounge with small arcade games, pool table, and other games, a grill, small shop with ice cream (you have to try the ice cream sandwich with chocolate chip cookies 😍).
We would suggest either bringing a golf cart, or renting one. There are miles and miles of trails in the woods, along the river bank, and along the lake. We (2 adults, a 5 year old girl, and a 4 month old puppy) had a great time and can’t wait to go back!
Our campsite backed up to a hill, but it was shady and extremely welcomed during the hot days!