- $5.00 Guarantee Site Fee
- Deluxe Patio Sites Available
- NO PETS ALLOWED IN TENTS
Paddle Boat, kayak rental and Dingy for rent at $10.00/hour
Fishing is available from our location on the Neuse River, and at our fish and release pond.
Kayaks and Paddleboats are available for rent. Storage for RV’s, boats, and cars is available.
Find a unique gift among dozens of antique, specialty and boutique shops throughout New Bern's historic downtown.
45 minutes east.
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Easter Weekend April 18,19,20 2014
Brings the kids for an Easter Egg Hunt, easter craft, pancake breakfast and other fun events. You may just see Bernie.
Come Camp & Care Weekend May 9-11, 2014
Come camp with us and enjoy all the fund raising events. We have alot of fun along with raising alot of money for the kids to go to camp.
Memorial Day , 23-26, 2014
Join us for a fun packed weekend.
Father's Day Weekend June 13-15, 2014
Bring your Dad on down and let us spoil him. Join in on a "Hey Ride", fishing tournament and I'll fatten him up with a delicious "Pancake Breakfast".
4th of July celebration, July 3 thru 6, 2014
Join us for a fun packed week leading up to the fireworks in downtown New Bern.We will gather at the pier to view the fireworks, no fighting the crowds. Make you reservations now, sites and cabins are going fast.
DAY TRIPS FROM NEW BERN KOA CAMPGROUND
DAY TRIPSAs if a day in New Bern doesn’t have enough to offer, there are plenty of other opportunities you’ll love to explore in locations that are a short drive away. Head down to the coastal region of North Carolina, where you’ll find even more museums, state parks, cruises, and nature centers. It’s easy to fall in love with the history and beauty the entire region has to offer.
Fort Macon State ParkAmong the finest examples of coastal forts constructed along the eastern seaboard after the War of 1812. P.O. Box 127, Atlantic Beach, NC, (252) 726-3775.
Travel Time: 1 hourAurora Fossil MuseumFeatures four rooms of interesting marine fossils and a gift shop specializing in fossilized shark teeth. 400 Main Street, Aurora, NC, (252) 322-4238.
Travel Time: 45 minutesNorth Carolina Maritime MuseumA visit will enhance your appreciation of the natural beauty, precious resources, and rich cultural heritage of coastal North Carolina. 315 Front Street, Beaufort, NC, (252) 728-7317.
Travel Time: 1 hourCruise the Crystal CoastChoose among 17 regularly scheduled scenic tours, party cruises, lunch or dinner cruises – or arrange to charter one of three vessels (up to 246 passengers). Mystery Tours, Beaufort and Morehead City waterfronts. (252) 728-7827.
Travel Time: 1 hourCaswell No. 1 Fire Station MuseumExamine fire-fighting equipment from the 1800’s to modern times. A 1922 American LaFrance Pumper is the museum’s centerpiece. 118 South Queen Street, Kinston, NC, (252) 527-1566.
Travel Time: 45 minutesC.S.S. Neuse State Historic Site and Governor Richard Caswell MemorialThe civil war ironclad ramming vessel and the memorial are alongside the Neuse River, and exhibits tell stories that span two American Wars. Hwy 70 Business, Kinston, NC, (252) 522-2091.
Travel Time: 45 minutesScience & Nature CenterFeatures North American Wildlife Exhibit, Shells are Everywhere Exhibit and Waterfowl of the Atlantic Flyway along with displays of Eastern NC snakes and turtles and a 10,000 gallon aquarium with live fish, a touch tank and interactive displays. 1000 Mumford Road, Greenville, NC, (252) 329-4561.
Travel time: 1 hour, 10 minutesNorth Carolina AquariumPromotes appreciation of North Carolina’s aquatic resources. Daily programs may include marine life, videos, audience, participation games, and feeding programs. 1 Roosevelt Drive, Pine Knoll Shores, NC, (252) 247-4003.
Travel time: 1 hourNorth Carolina EstuariumFeatures unique environmental artworks, living aquariums, audio-visual, historic artifacts and boats. Celebrates special ecosystems and what they mean to life in the “soundlands.” 223 East Water Street, Washington, NC, (252) 948-0000.
Travel time: 45 minutes
Long Term Sites Available
Come spend the winter months with us and enjoy the comforts of a small town atmosphere. Located on the Neuse River you will have access to fishing and kayaking or go to the downtown area and tour all the attractions. Our campground is a quiet little piece of heaven. Call Pat and ask about availability and pricing.
Holly & Ivy Historic Homes Tour
Dates/Times:Saturday, December 14, 2013
10:30 AM - 3:30 PMLocation:Historic Downtown New BernDescription:The New Bern Women's Club will host their annual Holly & Ivy Historic Homes Tour during the holiday season. Homes located in New Bern's Historic Downtown District will be decorated and open to the public for this occasion.Admission:TBAOrganization:New Bern Women's Club
Meet Your Hosts
"Looking for history,fishing or just a fun relaxing time? Then we are the campground for you, Call and book your site today!"Pat has been an avid camper all of her life and is dedicated to helping people enjoy the KOA experience. The New Bern campground is the third KOA she along with husband Larry have managed. Larry has since retired and will enjoy the area fishing and open roads to ride his motorcycle.