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Holly Bluff Family Campground

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Reviewed 5 June 2016 via mobile

My husband and I have enjoyed our stay here. We pull a Toy Hauler with our Street Glide inside. Wonderful area for riding. Close to lots to do in town, far enough away to do nothing. This campground is over 40 years old and needs some upgrading but it's clean, well kept and everyone very pleasant. Our site has a...

1Thank Cindytrojak
Buffalo, New York
Reviewed 3 November 2014

We only stayed one night, but since they gave us a pull thru site, it made the overnight an easy one. We were shown to our site and were helped in setting up for the evening so that we could make an easy exit the next morning. Probably would stay there again when in transit.

Thank cadrevivew
Greensboro, North Carolina
Reviewed 1 November 2014

Very friendly lady at the office informed us that this campground has been a family owned campground for 46 years - pity that the bathhouse reflects this totally ! It really could do with a major upgrade and, although relatively clean, it was so cold in the morning (doors left open all night and no heating in there), I did...

Thank Rosalind P
Reviewed 26 November 2013

The sites with 50 Amp are on a slight incline and look out over the rest of the campground. They are pull-thru and easy to get in and out of. We have a 40' 5 wheel, and the utilities fit us fine. We usually have to spend a little time levelling by driving onto the boards supplied, but that is...

1Thank ldehlbaek
Clinton, North Carolina
Reviewed 15 June 2013

Pros- family oriented, no alcohol allowed, nice pool, fun arcade, friendly staff, fire pits provided, firewood available for sale $5, close to town and zoo, clean bathhouse with hot water, nice permanent residents, pet friendly, homey charm, good gravel roads and camper sites, nice wide open space for recreation, a great value for the price Cons- putt-putt was only open...

1Thank PoofiesRus
Harrisburg, North Carolina
Reviewed 8 April 2013

When we went here it was our first camping experiance with a travel trailer. We arrived and it was raining and cold. Backing up into our spot was a big challenge since i had only done this with a small boat over 20 years ago. The person in charge that day came out and helped me get backed in correctly....

1Thank John A
Reviewed 30 December 2012

We were there the weekend before Halloween and it was awesome. My son loved the trick or treating and hay ride however he did not go into the haunted house but other family members did and enjoyed it. Everyone was very friendly and neighborly and I hope to see everyone again this Halloween because we will be back. I highly...

Thank arobin1
Reviewed 3 September 2011

we came in on motorcycles and stayed in a tent,,they had a great site for us,,,and the staff was very friendly and so was every one staying here,,,they will be seeing us every chance we get...$ 17.00 a night,,with water and power,,,a great place

Thank keith w
Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
Reviewed 11 August 2010

The tent sites were really rv sites, complete concrete hard soil under tons on gravel and rocks. Luckily we had tent stakes that we bought from the Army/Navy store, because our standard pegs were not a possibility. We completely broke our stake mallet and had to go borrow a heavy duty hammer to get get the damn things in the...

3Thank pennyallison
Raleigh, NC
Reviewed 29 September 2009

Very nice campground. Looked like it was family owned and owners live on site in house at end of campground. Very well maintained close to the NC Zoo and other places such as restaurants. Has golf and pool onsite and gameroom. Was a little disappointed as they do not accept credit cards which would have been fine had we have...

1Thank quikdrawandangel

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Additional Information about Holly Bluff Family Campground

Address: 4846 N.C. Hwy. 49 South, Asheboro, NC 27205
Region: United States > North Carolina > Asheboro
Number of rooms: 93
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“We were on site 21 which was close to the road but still not very noisy. The sites in the 40's and 50's are all close the bath house, pool, and are mostly shaded. Take your own pool chairs and the putt-putt may only be open on the weekends.”
PoofiesRus, 15 Jun 2013 | Read review
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