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Old 07-13-2020, 06:13 PM   #1
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Looking for recommendations to camp in the Fayetteville, NC Área and stops along the way up from FL.

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Old 07-14-2020, 01:28 AM   #2
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There’s an easy to get to, very well maintained and managed RV Park in Selma, NC. I stayed there for a month in the spring and enjoyed it. You can see it from I-95, so there is quite a bit of noise, but if you’re looking for an easy stop it’s pretty nice. It’s called RVacation and it’s privately owned/managed.
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Another goodie is the Fayetteville RV Resort & Cottages. Located on the east side of I-95. Stayed there last summer. Very clean and perfect for an overnight or two.
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Another goodie is the Fayetteville RV Resort & Cottages. Located on the east side of I-95. Stayed there last summer. Very clean and perfect for an overnight or two.
Never had occasion to stay here, but we have stayed at their sister location, Raleigh Oaks. As well run and maintained as any place you can find. No scenery in this part of our State so you might as well stay at a well-maintained park.
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