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Salem Lake Park lies in northern North Carolina, close to the cities of Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point. As the park is intertwined so seamlessly with the outer suburbs of Winston-Salem, the park has become a great city escape for those who live nearby. Straddling the shore of Salem Lake, Salem Lake Park offers fantastic opportunities for fishing and boating. These lakeside pastimes can be enjoyed without traveling too far into the countryside, making Salem Lake Park the ideal weekend break location.

Alongside the 365-acre Salem Lake, Salem Lake Park also boasts walking trails, picnic areas, and children’s playgrounds. With such a long list of activities, Salem Lake Park makes the ideal place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made even more accessible with Highway 421 only a few miles away. Rent a camper near Salem Lake Park and seek this hidden gem of a lake. Search for an RV in Forsyth County and begin your Salem Lake Park experience today.

Getting Outdoors

Keen fishermen and women should not miss the chance to fish in the waters at Salem Lake Park. This hidden gem of a lake is home to a wide range of freshwater fish, and avid anglers will not have the competition they may otherwise have at other lakes. Salem Lake Park campers can try their hands at catching largemouth bass, hybrid bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, bream, and crappie. Fishing can be done from the shoreline at the fishing pier or from a boat out on the lake - the choices are varied.

As well as the world-class fishing, Salem Lake Park is also an excellent spot for boaters of all kinds. Motorized boats with up to 60-horsepower maybe launched and run out on Salem Lake. Boats with a higher horsepower may be launched but must then use a trolling motor. Those motorhome camping without a boat of their own need not worry, Salem Lake Park rents out a variety of water going vessels to enjoy out on the lake. Jon-boats and kayaks are a favorite of visitors, each of which can be rented from the park for a small daily fee.

Although Salem Lake is the main attraction for many visiting Salem Lake Park, it is not the only way to enjoy the park. Winding their way around the entire length of the park is numerous hiking trails. The seven miles worth of trails that can be found at Salem Lake Park is frequented by hikers, horseback riders, and cyclists. The trails also offer great views of the lake and surrounding area. The trails are not too arduous and can be enjoyed by hikers of all skill and fitness levels.

Camping at Salem Lake Park

Those RV camping at Salem Lake Park will be hard-pressed to find RV sites close to the lake and park itself. This being said, there are RV campgrounds within a short drive of the park. A few miles north from Salem Lake Park is Greystone RV Park, an ideal place to set up camp. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electrical, water, and sewage hookups are provided here. Facilities include flushing toilets, shower blocks, picnic tables, and free WiFi. There are also many pull-thru sites at Greystone RV Park, meaning all sized rigs are welcomed.

Jomeokee Campground is also a short drive north from Salem Lake Park and is also very accommodating to RV campers. Again, full electrical, water, and sewage hookups are provided here. Facilities here include a dump station, flushing toilets, and shower blocks. Pets are welcome here but must be restrained at all times.

Exploring the Area

The city of Winston-Salem is one full of day trip and sightseeing opportunities, perfect for the entire family. The Old Salem Museums & Gardens are a must-see when in the town. A vast selection of buildings has been restored and fitted with period furniture and decor, creating the feeling of stepping back in time. Visitors can make their way through the old town, visiting the blacksmiths, gunsmiths, cobblers, bakers, and carpenters. This the perfect family fun day out and especially one for the lovers of history.

Those who are fans of all things art and culture should not pass up on the chance to visit the Reynolda House Museum of Art. The museum houses a vast verity of art, spanning many eras and genres. The highlights museum’s collection is its pieces from the colonial era. Sculptures and paintings by notable artists such as Mary Cassatt, Frederic Church, Jacob Lawrence, and Georgia O'Keeffe can be seen here. Why not call ahead and get a guided tour of the museum, ensuring you will not miss a thing.

Campers traveling with young children should pay a visit to the Kaleideum North, a children’s science museum. The museum boasts many interactive exhibitions that allow the children to have hands-on experience with the subjects. This ‘learn through play’ approach enables the children to enjoy themselves and gain new knowledge at the same time.

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