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Jordan Lake State Recreation Area, NC

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When you book an RV in Chatham County, you will have access to much of what central North Carolina has to offer, including both its extensive outdoor and interesting indoor attractions alike. Located in Chatham County is Jordan Lake State Recreation Area, which is a great place to enjoy some motorhome camping. The recreation area surrounds Jordan Lake, as the name suggests, and covers over 45,000 acres of public use land. The lake is a source of fresh water to nearby cities, such as Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Sanford.

The recreation area and lake that it …

Medoc Mountain State Park, NC

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Medoc Mountain State Park is located in North Carolina, just over an hour northeast of Raleigh the state capital. Despite the name, it’s not actually a mountain, and the highest point is only 325 feet. Medoc Mountain is the remains of a once-massive mountain range that has eroded over millions of years.

The mountain was named Medoc after the wine region in Bordeaux, by the landowner Sidney Weller, and there were vineyards on the land until the early 1900s. In the early 1970s, the land was acquired by the state, and Medoc Mountain State Park was created.

Less than an …

Lumber River State Park, NC

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Whether you enjoy watching wildlife, fishing, or boating, you can rest assured knowing that Lumber River has you exactly what you need. Lumber River State Park encompasses more than 11,000 acres. Located right near the border of South Carolina, just a quick day-trip from the ocean, this park is the perfect place for nature lovers of all kinds to explore and enjoy a much-needed getaway.

The park itself is located in a forest surrounding the Lumber River. In days past, this river was economically significant, serving as a trade route during America's early history. Today, Lumber River lures outdoor adventurers …

Raven Rock State Park, NC

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Raven Rock State Park is located in central North Carolina, just south of Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Durham. The state park lies along the banks of the Cape Fear River and covers an area of just under five thousand acres. The mass of green lush forests and the flowing river make Raven Rock State Park a picturesque escape from North Carolina’s big cities.

Visitors can enjoy a vast amount of outdoor recreation at Raven Rock State Park, from fishing, boating, hiking, and wildlife watching. All this makes the park one of the best places to take an …

Harris Lake County Park, NC

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Harris Lake County Park lies in central North Carolina, just south of the cities of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. The park covers an area north of Harris Lake, sometimes known as Shearon Harris Reservoir. Covering a vast expanse of 680 acres, Harris Lake County Park combines the rolling green fields of this peninsular park with a bounty of lakeside recreation from Harris Lake. Being so close to major North Carolina cities, Harris Lake County Park has become the place to take an RV rental in central North Carolina. Whether you seek great fishing, fantastic boating, rewarding …

Grandfather Mountain State Park, NC

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In the northwestern corner of North Carolina, Grandfather Mountain State Park is located on a mountain that was privately owned until 2008. The mountain can trace its literary history back to 1794 when Botanist Andre Michaux wrote that he’d climbed “the highest peak in all of North America.” Because of the mountain’s sharp edges and dramatic sweeping views, it often appears to be far taller than it actually is.

When you book an RV in Avery County, you will find it is relatively easy to explore Grandfather Mountain State Park. Formed in 2008 after North Carolina acquired the 2,456-acre …

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