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When you are planning on camping with an RV in the Caldwell County area, you will want a place to make your temporary home, and you will likely appreciate the Green Mountain Park RV Campground in Lenoir. The campground offers fishing, nature and hiking trails, miniature golf, tennis, a playground, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. There is an activities coordinator on-site, and planned activities include arts and crafts, bingo, church services, and live entertainment. Other campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and WiFi.
Sites at Green Mountain Park Resort can accommodate rigs up to 40 feet. RV sites have full hookups, cable hookups, and picnic tables. Sites may have concrete pads, wooden decks, and/or creek access. The campground is family-friendly and pet-friendly.
Grandfather Mountain State Park features one of the state’s most iconic landmarks, and you can visit it when you are camping at the Green Mountain Park RV Campground. Grandfather Mountain is a unit of the United Nations’ Southern Appalachian Man and Biosphere Reserve. Over 70 rare, threatened, or endangered species make their homes here. The park features stunning scenery, ecological diversity, severe weather, challenging terrain, 12 miles of trails, and a mile-high swinging bridge. Recreational activities include hiking, climbing, picnicking, and nature viewing and photography. Ranger-led interpretive programs include guided hikes and other learning opportunities.
You can also experience the great outdoors and a great sense of community when you visit Julian Price Memorial Park with your Lenoir camper rental. This park along the Blue Ridge Parkway features a 47-acre lake, a network of trails (including Green Knob, Boone Fork, Price Lake, Gwyn Memorial, and Tanawha), picnic sites, and a 300-seat amphitheater. Other recreational opportunities include hiking, biking, fishing, and nature and wildlife viewing. Boats and canoes are available for rent. Environmental education and interpretive programming, including guided walks and evening campfires, are offered seasonally.
South Mountains State Park is also easily accessible with your rental motorhome near the Green Mountain Park RV Campground. This rugged state park features mountain streams, an 80-foot waterfall, over 40 miles of trails, two picnic areas with tables and grills, and a visitor center with museum-quality exhibits on the area’s cultural and natural history. Native species that call the park home include the gray-cheeked salamander, the Eastern fence lizard, the rose-breasted grosbeak, the ruffed grouse, the Eastern towhee, the red-eyed vireo, white-tailed deer, chipmunks, and black bears. Native flora include jack-in-the-pulpit, lady slippers, foam flowers, mountain laurel, and rhododendron. Recreational activities include hiking, biking, fishing, and horseback riding. Ranger-led interpretive programs include guided hikes, hands-on animal programs, and nature talks.
There’s plenty to do and see right in Lenoir when you rent a camper near the Green Mountain Park Campground. Lenoir is situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, near the Brushy Mountain spur. Some of the highlights here include the Western North Carolina Sculpture Park, Fort Defiance, the Tuttle Educational State Forest, the Caldwell Historical Museum, and the Lenoir Greenway. Annual events that you may want to consider when planning your trip include the Happy Valley Fiddlers Convention, the NC Gravity Games, Soundbites Food and Music Festival, and the Caldwell County Agricultural Fair. Make sure to check out Visit Lenoir and the NC Foothills, the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce, and Downtown Lenoir for the latest in local news, happenings, and visitor guides.
You can also spend some time in Hickory when you camp in an RV near Lenoir. Hickory is renowned for its furniture production, and while you’ll definitely want to shop or at least browse, there’s plenty more here as well. Hickory is also home to North Carolina’s first bourbon and its second-oldest brewery. Other things to see and do include the Catawba Science Center and planetarium, the Hickory Aviation Museum, Riverbend Park, the Hickory History Center, Henry River Mill Village, and the Hickory Museum of Art. Special events that take place in and around here every year include the Woolly Worm Festival, the Blue Ridge Celtic Festival, the Appalachian Summer Festival, and the Hickory Hops Craft Beer Festival. Visit the Hickory Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau, City of Hickory Travel and Tourism, the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce, and Visit NC for up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and visitor guides.
When you want to find something good to eat near your RV campgrounds, you’ll have your choice of classic and contemporary Southern fare, authentic barbecue, pizza, burgers, ethnic eateries, and familiar fast-casual chains. And when you need to refill your rig too, you can find both gasoline and diesel fuel easily at any of the area convenience stores, service stations, and truck stops.