It’s a clean friendly family park. Quiet and in the woods. Lots of shade. Not in a big field with no trees. Close enough to the beaches, etc but away from the action when you want to relax. Love this place💞 we were camping. Don’t miss the wine tasting, and the jams. Always bring some home. We only live 40 minutes away but enjoy staying here.💞
Very quite campground ground. Off the beaten path nice grounds and kids can play with no worries. No traffic in the campground like bigger places. Won't have a lot of big fancy amenities but enough to keep young kids happy and able to ride bikes with out the fear of getting run over. Best of all the is lots of shade.
Quiet & wooded. 75 level gravel sites spread over a few acres outside Tabor City. Well located & reasonably priced if you’re looking for a quiet place to stop for a few nights. Beaches are a 30 min drive, so probably not ideal if you’re schlepping kids & beach stuff around. Some tv channels over the air, or cable box available for an additional fee. Good water pressure, fire pit, grill & picnic table. Will return.
While in North Carolina my family and I visited the Grapefull Sisters Vineyard. We were pleasantly surprised at the beauty of the grounds and the tasting room and building. It is old and well kept in the nature of the history of the vineyard. The owners are just great to talk to and their knowledge and enthusiasm of their products is quite evident. Their wines are very food and their other products; Jam preserves, etc. are worth it. A definate place to visit and enjoy and relax.
We have stayed at CarrollWoods several times and will be there again this weekend. While not fancy with a ton of amenities, the price is half what the fancy places are. We love the laid back family atmosphere and walking around the pond and little chapel. The pool is good enough for relaxing or cooling off. We do not have children so an amusement/water park is not what we look for. It is close enough to the beach and other places in the area. I have visited the winery/gift shop and purchased items but have never done the wine testing. This is our go-to place for a weekend away from home.
Upon check in all went fine, site are decent, some tighter then others, lots of trees. Be sure your rig isn’t to large. No grass at camp sites, mulch, dirt and mud if it has rained. Swimming pool is small and could use some TLC, but grounds outside of camping area are nice and maintained. We paid for 3 nights over the holiday weekend. Invited a few friends to join us at the Grapeful Sisters for wine tasting and wine floats. They were very good. My son, a registered guest and 2 friends went to get ice and was confronted by the owner, Byron, that questioned what site they were on and who was registered at that site. Shortly after a verbal altercation from the owner to my son and his friends, the owner visited our campsite, which proceeded to tell us we were in violation of their rules for the number of people at our site. As the conversation escalated Bryon told us it was HIS dirt and we were to leave the property or he would call the law as we were now trespassing. WTH. The other people offered to leave the site, however that was not good enough. He kept running his mouth, other mouths kept running back and our explanation was not of his satisfaction. He pegged my son & his friends, all adults and of age, as trouble and wanted to make trouble happen because of his own instigating words. As a business owner myself, this IS NOT how you handle any situation, given we are one, local folk, dropped significant money at the winery and simply wanted to share an evening of food with friends. Bryon stated he didn’t care about monies spent at the winery. Well, I’m sure the Grapeful Sisters would highly disagree. We have camped all over for 20 years and I have NEVER encountered such an ass of a business owner at a campground that offers little amenities. So if your looking to just sit at your campsite, this is your place. There is little to do, you have to drive 30 minutes into N Myrtle or Cherry Grove and you have to deal with Byron on his dirt. So if he doesn’t like what your doing or profiling who you are, you will be asked to leave. Proceed with caution my fellow campers.…
Spacious RV sites, WiFi very good, staff very friendly and the wine tasting was good. No complaints at all. Purchased wine and drank a bottle of wine on the porch and listened to music. Enjoyed the pool and made some friends. Definitely will return.
Excellent RV park. Well groomed park with great amenities, we loved the pool but could it use some attention. Nice size sites, laundry room small with only 1 working dryer. Grateful sisters was so disappointing. We were excited to be staying on a vineyard property and looked to relaxing on the porch. The sisters were very rude and had sharp attitudes. The wine was ok but the whole experience was ruined by the unfriendly sisters.
The campground is nice, and the staff is friendly but there is basically no WiFi at all here. The office said they were “working on it”. Also cable is only available on certain sites and it’s $3 a night with THEIR cable box. Otherwise the site has trash around it, but was level with water,sewer, and electricity. Note:AT&T cellular service was horrible in the area.
We stayed on site #63 and was very pleased with everything. They are dog friendly. We didn't have any kids with us. Love the pool, very refreshing. Did the wine tasting at the Grapefull Sisters. Enjoyed that. They had music on saturday on the porch of Gratefull Sisters. Again it was very quiet which we enjoyed. Met alot of nice people. Everyone who worked there was very nice also. We are definitely going back!