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Lake Lynn Park lies in central North Carolina, between the towns and cities of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. Lake Lynn Park straddles the southern shore of Lake Lynn, a manmade lake constructed during the 1970s to control flooding in the area. The park is unique in the sense that it somewhat surrounded by the northern suburbs of the city of Raleigh.
This blend of urban surroundings and lakeside recreation make it an appealing destination for those who do not want to venture too far from the city. Although very much surrounded by the comings and goings of city life, Lake Lynn Park offers its visitors outdoor recreation in the form of great fishing, boating, and lakeside hiking.
All of this makes it an ideal place to take an RV rental in North Carolina. Making your way to Lake Lynn Park with a rental RV is made simpler with Highway 50 connecting the park to the rest of the local area. Rent a camper near Lake Lynn Park and see how you can get your camping fix without leaving the outskirts of the state capital. Search for an RV in Wake County to begin your very own Lake Lynn Park experience.
The avid fishermen and women among you who spend their free time searching for that next best fishing river or lake can maybe be excused for overlooking Lake Lynn Park in Wake County. This surprisingly unknown park is home to a 55-acre lake that is perfect for a weekend’s fishing trip. This lake is home to a variety of freshwater game fish, just waiting to be caught by Lake Lynn Park campers. The lake is particularly good for bass fish such as largemouth bass and smallmouth bass. Other species such as crappie and catfish can also be landed here.
Although the lake at Lake Lynn Park only covers around 55 acres, it is still none the less a great place for getting out onto the water with a boat. Motorized boats are restricted at Lake Lynn, but this leaves more space for the peaceful pastime of canoeing and kayaking. Campers can launch their canoes and kayaks from the southern shore, travel from south to north, and even explore the Hare Snipe Creek that runs out of Lake Lynn. Those motorhome camping without boats of their own can rent canoes and kyaks nearby in the city.
As well as the lakeside recreation, Lake Lynn Park offers its visitors a large network of hiking trails that loop around the entire lake and park. This hiking loop not only provides visitors with fantastic views of the lake but as its relatively flat, the route is manageable for all ages and fitness levels. Lake Lynn Park is also home to basketball courts, tennis courts, and children’s playgrounds. Even if boating and fishing is not your thing, Lake Lynn Park has plenty to keep you occupied outdoors.
Camping at Lake Lynn Park
Those RV camping at Lake Lynn Park may struggle to find RV accommodating campgrounds within the park itself. Campers should not worry too much as there are a few RV parks’ all within a short drive of Lake Lynn Park. North Carolina State Fairgrounds Campground is an ideal place to base yourself when visiting Lake Lynn Park. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electrical, water, and sewage hookups are provided here to all RV campers. Facilities include a dump station, flushing toilets, and free WiFi. There are also many pull-thru sites at North Carolina State Fairgrounds Campground, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome.
An alternative to this campground is to head to the campsite at the William B. Umstead State Park, a few miles from Lake Lynn Park. Although only dry camping is offered here, the close locality makes it an appealing choice.
Exploring the Area
As Lake Lynn Park is located in the north suburbs of North Carolina’s capital Raliegh, campers have a wide range of day trips and sightseeing opportunities right on their doorstep. One must-visit attraction in Raleigh is the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. This museum has a little something for families and children of all ages. The museum is home to a myriad of exhibitions that showcase the world of science; these include the natural world in North Carolina, the history of climate change throughout the world, and a whole floor dedicated to paleontology and dinosaurs.
Those with interest in local history should not pass up the chance to visit Yates Mill close to the city of Raleigh. This historical working mill showcases the day to day workings of an 18th-century gristmill. The mill has been fully restored to how it once was during the mid-1700s. Yates Mill is the centerpiece of a much larger Historic Yates Mill County Park and makes for the perfect day out for the whole family, combing history with the great outdoors.
Families camping and visiting Raleigh with young children should head to Marbles Kids Museum, whose tagline reads as ‘spark imagination, discovery and learning through play.’ The museum adopts this outlook and provides the children with a lost list of interactive exhibitions, each one helping the children develop a certain skill or area of learning. This learn-through-play approach means that the children will not only come away with new-found knowledge but will have thoroughly enjoyed their time at the museum.