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Holly Bluff Family Campground

In the heart of the Uwharrie Mountains, Holly Bluff Family Campground is ideally located to get away from it all in an Asheboro rental RV, with plenty of attractions and amenities just a short drive away. This family-friendly campground in the Central Piedmont region of North Carolina is situated just minutes from the city of Asheboro, the county seat and home to the famous North Carolina Zoo. The nearest big city, Greensboro, is around 40 minutes' drive away, so you'll have no shortage of fun activities to enjoy. The immediate surrounding area is renowned for its parks, trails, and scenic natural beauty.The RV sites at Holly Bluff Family Campground are generally spacious and shady, and most have full hookups and a choice of 30 or 50 amp electrics. Every site has a picnic table, so you can make the most of your scenic surroundings when you camp in an RV near Asheboro. There are restrooms and showers available on-site, as well as dumping stations. If you need ice or want snack bar items for the kids, you can stop by the campsite store. The campground also has wireless internet throughout, so you can stay in touch with friends and family during your vacation.Holly Bluff Family Campground has lots to do for the whole family. When you're RV camping in the summer, the pool is a popular place to cool off for young and old alike. The campground also has a playground and a large grassy recreation area so the kids can let off steam. For rainy days, there is a game room complete with billiard tables and arcade games, as well as a large group shelter. Challenge your family or friends to a round of mini-golf or enjoy a game of horseshoes, the campground also organizes family-friendly activities all summer long.


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Have you ever wanted to sleep at the foot of a mountain or wake up to the sound of the ocean’s waves gently crashing on the shore? When on a road trip, do you like to stop at every weird and wonderful roadside attraction? Do you ever just want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and get out into the great outdoors? Then renting an RV is definitely for you.

Camping in an RV allows you to adventure on your terms. Whether you’re looking to bond over an open fire with family and friends or you just want to get away for a while, there’s no better way to do it than from behind the wheel of an RV.

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Delivery or Pickup

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Adventure awaits!

Enjoy the freedom of the open road nd the assurance of 24/7 roadside assistance.

After your trip, return the RV to the owner on the same condition you recieved it.

The Great Outdoors

Ideally located for exploring the great outdoors, Holly Bluff Family Campground is a few minutes' drive from Birkhead Mountains Wilderness. Extending over more than 5,000 acres at the northern end of the Uwharrie Mountains, the wilderness is an excellent place to reconnect with nature. These mountains are thought to be some of the oldest on the North American continent. Spend a day out hiking the many miles of designated hiking trails, go nature spotting, or keep an eye out for archaeological and historical artifacts, either from the early Indians, whose presence in the mountains dates back over 12,000 years or from European settlers who built homesteads from the 1760s onward.When you rent a camper near Holly Bluff Family Campground, you're only around 45 minutes' drive from the popular Morrow Mountain State Park. Near the small city of Albemarle, the park is home to Morrow Mountain, the highest peak of the Uwharrie Mountains, standing at 936 feet. The summit is home to one of the state's largest prehistoric quarries, and many of the park's buildings were constructed using argillite rock from the area. The 4,500-acre park has over 20 miles of trails, and thanks to its altitude, it offers outstanding views over the surrounding area. Spend the day kayaking, fishing, or canoeing on Lake Tillery, go hiking, or cool off at the park's on-site swimming pool. Take a picnic up to the dedicated picnicking area complete with grills, located at the summit of Mount Morrow, and enjoy your lunch with panoramic views over the lake and beyond.One hour's drive away from the RV campground, Haw River State Park is a picturesque park that's a great place to reconnect with nature. In the Piedmont-Triad region north of Greensboro, the park is one of the area's newest state parks, created in 2005. Extending over almost 1,500 acres, the park is a popular place for picnicking, fishing, and paddling. Take a stroll through the park's wetlands and uplands along the 2.5 miles of boardwalks and trails, over to the headwaters of the Haw River. Be sure to keep an eye out for a glimpse of the rare white deer that live in the area; the park's deer population has a strain of albinism. Other park fauna that are popular with nature spotters include great blue herons, river otters, and belted kingfishers.

Exploring the Area

Aside from the splendor of the great outdoors, there are also lots of nearby attractions to visit when you camp at Holly Bluff Family Campground. Just five minutes' drive brings you to the North Carolina Aviation Museum and Hall of Fame in Asheboro. The museum is packed with stunning aviation artifacts and memorabilia, dating back to WW1 and up to the present day. With its extensive collection of military weapons, uniforms, and equipment, there's plenty to take in. There is also an on-site flight simulator and a Piper J-3 that was flown by Orville Wright. The museum's gift shop is home to one of the very largest model airplane collections in the Southeast.When you're camping at Holly Bluff Family Campground, a visit to the famous North Carolina Zoo is a must. Under 20 minutes' drive away, the zoo is renowned as the world's largest natural habitat zoo, providing its animals with room to roam. Home to an array of different plants and animals, many of which face extinction in the wild, the zoo also partners with conservation and protection initiatives worldwide. Visit at feeding time and watch the sea lions, gorillas, or red river hogs feast and get the answers to your questions at the keeper's Q&A sessions. With its traditional carousel, butterfly garden, and virtual reality Africa Expedition, the zoo is packed with activities for old and young alike. There are also several on-site hiking trails, the Prairie Geyser, and the KidZone Nature Play Area to visit.Take the time to find out a little about the area's rich history with a trip into Asheboro and its Downtown Historic Antique District. The tourist information office is well stocked with information on local history and what to see, including the neighboring 1909 Historic Courthouse. If you're visiting between May and October, be sure to stop by at the downtown farmers' market that is held three times a week, selling locally grown produce.For groceries and gas, you'll find plenty of options in Asheboro and beyond. There is also a good selection of unique restaurants, coffee shops, and wine bars.


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Start by determining how many people are planning to travel with you. Going on a solo-journey? Choose a camper van or a teardrop trailer. Bringing the whole family along for the ride? Consider a spacious Class A or five-wheel.

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