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When you are looking to book an RV in Halifax County, North Carolina, look no further than the Enfield/Rocky Mount KOA campground. It's a convenient place to stay near Interstate 95 between Fredericksburg, VA and Lumberton, North Carolina. The Enfield location is rural yet very convenient. Campground amenities include a seasonal pool, a pavilion, sports and recreation fields, a playground, a game room, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, WiFi, and a camp store with propane and firewood for sale.
Sites for your motorhome rental can accommodate vehicles up to 85 feet long. Sites are level, graveled, and feature pull-through access. Full hookups or water and electric hookups are available, with either 30 amp or 50 amp service. Some of the sites have grass, and some have satellite access. Pets are welcome, and there is an off-leash area where they can play.
Come spend some time at Medoc Mountain State Park when you are RV camping at the Enfield/Rocky Mount KOA. The park features a scenic wide-open meadow and a 2.5-mile fishing creek, which is recognized as one of the cleanest streams in the region. Other recreational opportunities include canoeing and paddling, ten miles of trails, mountain biking, and outdoor sports. Picnic areas with shelter, tables, grills, drinking water, and restrooms are available. Special events and interpretive programs for all ages are held throughout the year and include ranger talks, hikes, and kids’ programs on butterflies and snakes. Park maps and fact sheets are downloadable in advance of your visit or available at the visitor center.
You can also visit any of the nearly 50 Rocky Mount city parks when you camp in an RV near Enfield. One of the highlights would be the Tar River Paddle Trail with ten canoe and kayak access points that connect 20 miles of Stony Creek and the Tar River. There is also a 3.9-mile Tar River Walking/Biking Trail. City Lake Park includes the lake, fishing piers, an island with a gazebo, a walkway, and a lighted fountain. The Historic Tree Park offers a 7.4-mile walking trail that guides you to multiple trees of historical interest. Sunset Park is considered the crown jewel of the city park system and features an amusement center with an authentic miniature train, carousel, and water park; an 18-hole disc golf course, a skateboard park, sports fields, and picnic shelters and concessions.
The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is maintained by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and you can spend some time here when you are Enfield/Rocky Mount KOA camping. It is the largest intact remnant of a habitat that spanned over a million acres. It has been designated as a Virginia and Globally Important Bird Area, a National Park Services National Natural Landmark, and an Underground Railroad Network to Freedom site. Over 200 species of birds, 47 species of mammals, and 96 species of butterflies live in the refuge. A trail guide, park maps, species guides, the Underground Railroad brochure, and the Lake Drummond Wildlife Drive Trail guide (for touring in a vehicle) are downloadable or available at the visitor center.
When you camp in a travel trailer near Enfield, you’ll be able to head into Rocky Mount for city life and a change of pace. There are art, science, and children’s museums; shopping ranging from antiques to boutiques; historic homes, buildings, and sites; bars and breweries; and much more. This city offers sophistication as well as Southern history and charm, and you’ll surely enjoy spending an afternoon and evening discovering its many attractions. Check out Nash County Travel and Tourism and the Rocky Mount Visitor Center for updated information on area attractions, events, promotions, and travel guides.
There is a 1,500-seat concert theater in the area that you can check out when you rent a camper near Enfield/Rocky Mount KOA campground. It offers big-name live performances as well as community events such as cornhole, karaoke, and festivals. The bistro serves a light menu on concert nights.
Historic Halifax is also easily accessible with your RV rental. This town was commercially, culturally, and historically significant during the American Revolution and beyond. The visitor center features a museum and a short film explaining the significance. There are also authentically restored buildings including a jail, a tavern, and an Underground Railroad trail. Craft demonstrations, costumed interpretation, and living history reenactments are held throughout the year.
While you’re here, you’ll be able to enjoy both contemporary and comfort-food takes on Southern cooking, barbecue, and well-known fast-casual chain restaurants with your Enfield camper rental. You’ll also be able to tend to other refueling needs at any of the area’s service stations, convenience stores, or truck stops.