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If you’re looking for a relaxing RV park during your South Atlantic expedition, then Lumberton/I-95 KOA is a great place to consider. When you book an RV in Robeson County, you’ll find yourself near the North Carolina-South Carolina border, offering you plenty of opportunities to check out these exciting and unique states. When you aren’t out exploring, you can unwind at the KOA's pool or with a game of basketball or shuffleboard on the maintained courts.
Lumberton/I-95 KOA offers a variety of RV sites, so it should be easy to find a nice spot that'll fit your motorhome rental's needs. Both pull-through and back-in sites are offered, with full hookups and 30 or 50 amp service. Big rigs up to 100 feet in length can be parked here. And at the end of your day exploring the wilderness and excitement of the Carolinas, you can refresh at the on-site restroom and shower houses. You can also take advantage of the laundry facilities.
Camping at Lumberton/I-95 KOA plants you just a day trip from the beach and within easy reach of forests and foothills; here you'll be in a convenient spot to explore the South Atlantic. Whether you are looking to indulge in some classic American and Southern comfort food or just explore some of the South’s rugged natural wonders, camping with an RV at Lumberton/I-95 KOA will not disappoint.
Just a short drive away from the KOA is Bladen Lakes State Forest in Elizabethtown, North Carolina. A great destination for those who love spending time near freshwater, Bladen Lakes State Forest covers just shy of 33,000 acres of southern North Carolina. The park is home to swamps, trails, and horseback riding opportunities. It's a working forest, but visitors can still enjoy exploring the trails and taking part in the hiking opportunities that are found within the forest’s boundaries. This laid-back stretch of land works to give those looking to explore North Carolina easy access to its natural habitats and ecosystems.
You can head into the wilds of North Carolina at the Uwharrie National Forest in Troy, North Carolina. A wonderful day trip from the RV campgrounds at Lumberton/I-95 KOA, the varied terrain at Uwharrie will keep hikers of all experience levels happy and challenged. Whether you want to hike the terrain surrounding Badin Lake or want to push yourself on the trails of the Birkhead Mountains, there is plenty of dazzling wilderness to see in this preserved playground. Or instead, you can set up at Badin Lake and try your luck at catching some of North Carolina’s local fish – just make sure you get a license.
Just over the border into South Carolina is Cheraw State Park in Cheraw. If you have a South Carolina fishing license, you can set up for the day at Lake Juniper and hope to catch some local bass or catfish. Or, you can rent a canoe or kayak and explore the lake and waterways. Cheraw is also home to an 18-hole golf course nestled among the pine forest along the shores of Lake Juniper. Here, you’ll be able to golf in the middle of South Carolina wilderness.
There are a variety of city sites and attractions nearby while you're motorhome camping at Lumberton/I-95 KOA. If you've got children along for the rental RV vacation, a visit to the Exploration Station in Lumberton is worth considering. This local children’s museum has several hands-on exhibits sure to keep the little ones engaged and playing all day long. With a mock town, exhibits focused on STEM subjects, and a variety of events, there is never a dull moment.
History buffs will enjoy spending part of the day at the nearby Museum of the Southeast American Indian. On the campus of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, this carefully curated museum focuses on the history and culture of the Native American tribes from the region, specifically the local Lumbee tribe. The museum also occasionally showcases tribes from other parts of the country, furthering their educational reach.
There’s something to be said for the Carolinas’ relatively temperate climate. Because of this, local vineyards thrive. You can spend the day touring the various nearby vineyards and can even partake in some tastings. And when journeying to the Carolinas, there is one food you need to try: Carolina BBQ. The Carolinas focus on pork BBQ and top it off with a thin tomato-based sauce.
During the RV rental excursion, you may need to refuel and restock the rig. When that time comes, there are plenty of gas station and grocery store options in the local area. You’ll likely find more gas stations along I-95 and more grocery stores in the surrounding towns.