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RV rentals in Sneads Ferry put you in the heart of Onslow County, where you’ll enjoy Southern hospitality and much more. You’ll have easy access to the cities of Jacksonville and Wilmington as well as Topsail Beach and Emerald Isle. This small town welcomes visitors and offers plenty to do and see while you’re here. Visit historical sites, shop locally, and eat some of the best fresh seafood and home cooking in the state. Make sure to contact the Sneads Ferry Community Council to learn more about what’s happening in the area as well as events at the Sneads Ferry Community Center or the Onslow County Tourism Board for a visitors guide, updated information, and deals and discounts.

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The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV rental in Sneads Ferry, you’ll be right on the Carolina coast. There are beach resorts in the nearby areas of Topsail Beach, North Topsail Beach, and Surf City. You can also enjoy plenty of water sports and aquatic activities right here with jet ski rentals, fishing charters, boat tours, and other gear rentals and organized extreme sports. Whether you’re interested in splashing, surfing, swimming, sunning, or anything else in the water or on the beach, you’ll find it here.

The county operates and maintains a number of parks, trails, and other recreational outlets that you can take advantage of with a motorhome rental in Sneads Ferry. There are four separate beach access sites as well as two bicycle routes and two paddle trails. Park facilities include Deppe Park in Hofmann Forest, the Oakhurst Nature Park, and the New River Waterfront Park.

RV Parks

You’ll need a place to park your travel trailer rental in Sneads Ferry and Live Oak RV Park is one of the options. RV sites include water and sewer hookups and electric hookups are also available. The park provides restrooms and showers as well as trash pickup. Some park roads are paved. Pets are permitted.

Surf City Family Campground can also be your temporary home with a Sneads Ferry motorhome rental. Sites include full hookups, Wi-Fi, picnic tables, and beach access. The campground offers restrooms and showers, a recreation room, a camp store, and a church service.

You can also park your luxury RV rental in Sneads Ferry at Fulcher’s Landing Campground and enjoy your stay. RV sites feature water and electric hookups and Wi-Fi. The campground provides restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a pier and dock, a picnic area, a game room, recreational facilities, and planned activities. Boat rental, a boat dock, and a café are across the street.

Topsail Sound RV Park is a gated community with a 100-foot public pier less than two blocks away. Sites include full hookups with Wi-Fi. The park provides restrooms and showers, a swimming pool, a recreational facility with a large screen television, a lending library, and a nondenominational church service.

You can also visit Harbor Point RV Community with your camper rental in Sneads Ferry. This is a gated community with a 200-foot pier on site and a public boat ramp nearby. RV sites are some of the largest in the area and feature full hookups, cable, and Wi-Fi. Community amenities include private restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a saltwater pool, a clubhouse with coffee, a fenced dog park, and planned activities.

Exploring the City

You may want to visit the Thurston Art Gallery when you rent a motorhome in Sneads Ferry. This charming little gallery features local arts and crafts as well as art lessons and shirts, gifts, jewelry, and other items for sale. For a different kind of art, check out the Sneads Ferry Community Theatre, which puts on a number of entertaining, enriching community productions every season. And if you’re interested in area history, the Yopps Meeting House, also known as Yopps Primitive Baptist Church, and its two cemeteries are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Jacksonville-Onslow African-American Heritage Trail was created jointly by Onslow County Tourism, the Onslow County Museum, and the Minority Business Services Division of the Jacksonville Onslow Chamber of Commerce and is open to anyone who is interested in learning.

You can book a rental motorhome in Sneads Ferry in order to participate in some of the special events that this area enjoys every year. One that is not to be missed is the Sneads Ferry Shrimp Festival, which offers pageants, a car show, live music, a parade, arts and crafts, vendors, and, of course, as much of the local crustacean catch as you care to eat. Christmas in the Ferry is another local tradition that you may want to plan a visit around. The Freedom Festival includes live music, vendors, family-friendly activities, and plenty of food and drink. And the Polynesian Festival celebrates island life and culture with traditional music, dancing, crafts, and food.

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