Greensboro, NC RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Greensboro, NC
Colleen and Amy are awesome! Incredibly thorough, accommodating and they are great people! Their RV is immaculate! Highly recommend! Thank you for making our trip an...
Great communication- clear and prompt answers to my questions. Walk through was thorough and she had a how to notebook with pictures that was super easy to use if needed. A great...
Stormy and Hank are incredible folks! First Class. RV was ready when I arrived and they were flexible at drop off when I was running late because of traffic. They communicated...
Stormy and her husband, Hank, could not have made this experience any more pleasant for us. They were a perfect 10 in all regards. They were very accommodating, understanding and...
Hank and Stormy are great! This was our first time renting. They showed us all the features and made us feel comfortable. Very nice motor home! Thank you for sharing it with our...
My husband and I just returned from our first RV trip. We had a blast! Stormy and Hank were great to work with and very helpful and informative. Before renting our questions...
Stormy and Hank were both very friendly and helpful. This was our first experience renting an RV. They put us at ease and did a great job of teaching us the components and their...
Great experience- very simple process to rent. RV is in exceptional condition and easy to use. Will do it again next year if possible.
Owners are incredible folks and made sure every part of our rental experience was positive. RV's amenities were great and offered every comfort of actual "home" life. FIVE...
Great to deal with and would highly recommend. The coach was very nice, clean and everything was as described.
RVs for Rent Near Greensboro, NC
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|McAfee Knob Appalachian Trail||Salem||Virginia|
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|Hanging Rock Trail||Danbury||North Carolina|
|Company Mill Loop||Raleigh||North Carolina|
|Raven Rock Loop Trail||Lillington||North Carolina|
|Stone Mountain Loop Trail||Roaring Gap||North Carolina|
|Ledge Spring, Jomeokee, and Sassafras Trails||Pinnacle||North Carolina|
|Sharp Top Trail||Bedford||Virginia|
|Dragon's Tooth Trail||Catawba||Virginia|
|Moores Knob Trail||Danbury||North Carolina|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Greensboro, NC
Located in the triangle region of North Carolina, visitors will have easy access to Durham, Chapel Hill, Cary and Raleigh. You will also have access to the Duke Forest and can explore many on site and nearby trails. If you?re into golf you can also check out the nearby courses. A quiet place to relax and enjoy, make sure to bring your four legged friend.
Deep River Campground and RV Park offers a little respite from the hustle and bustle of day to day life. They are located in a quaint restful setting that makes it simple and easy to sit back and relax. The Campground and RV Park has been under new ownership since August 1, 2014. The amenities include 2 swimming pools, 2 pavilions, a 24/7 laundromat, game room, video games, small playground,. Camping facilities include pull-through sites, 20/30/50 amp, full hook-ups, bathroom and showers. The Campground has a Camp Store, canoes for rent, and firewood and propane for sale. Deep River also has an ample grassy area for dogs but certain breeds (pit bulls, rottweilers, dobermans, and dalmatians) are not permitted. Deep River is located in Ashboro which is 23.7 miles south of High Point. The drive takes about 1/2 hour. You will enjoy this rural setting and scenic part of North Carolina.
Oak Hollow Campground in High Point, North Carolina is a beautiful place to spend some time in a recreational vehicle. The staff at the campground welcomes guests and looks out for them during their entire stay. This campground offers campers the chance to relax and retreat in a spectacular setting. All of the residents enjoy the serenity of this wonderful place away from the pace of ordinary life. Many of the campsites border the scenic shores of Oak Hollow Lake. The staff is ready for single RV?s or groups that love to travel together. Oak Hollow Campground provides full service including 30 or 50 amp electric service at some of the sites. Water and sewer facilities are also available at these sites. At some sites, cable TV and WiFi is available. Other sites provide only 30 amp service as well as water and sewer. Some sites are close to the playground for the children, a line of trees, or the lake.
You can walk through 30 miles of trails, take pictures do some fishing and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. The Eno River will take you through mature forests, flowering shrubs and historic mills. If the river isn?t too shallow you can also canoe and kayak.
Spring Hill RV Park in Chapel Hill, North Carolina has spacious sites with full hookups. Each site is level, with a concrete pad. It is a very quiet park, and feels like your own private place in the woods. This is the place to get away from cable TV! Set up your lawn chair and enjoy. You'll be surprised at how restful it is to get away from the city and enjoy the peaceful feeling of being outdoors. Be still and listen for birdsong. Watch the squirrels play and jump from tree to tree. All those trees make this campground nice and shady. Sit quietly while deer wander through your site. This park is clean and well-maintained. They enforce a very slow speed limit, so children are not at risk from speeders, and there are no revving engines. The best amenities are nearby in Chapel Hill. This really is a quiet, back-to-nature experience.
Take a walking tour or a trolley tour to enjoy the history, garden architecture, native plants, vegetable gardens and special collections. There are 55 acres and 5 miles of paths to take in the beauty of the flowers and plants.
Children and adults will enjoy hands on exhibits that teach about the scientific principles, while exploring aerodynamics, architecture and engineering. In the outdoor section visitors will enjoy walking through a hut full of butterflies, discovering dinosaurs, climb a collection of tree houses connecte through a canopy of pines, and you can check out wolves.
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