When you choose North Carolina for your next adventure, you’ll make it even better with KOA. Whether you’re cruising the Blue Ridge Parkway, visiting the Cape Hatteras National Seashore or marveling at one of the state’s 350 waterfalls, you’ll find a great KOA campground nearby.
Put down roots at one campground and explore the surrounding scenery, or travel all over the state visiting multiple KOA locations. Take in as much as you can handle. However you like to get out and see North Carolina’s awesome beauty, KOA will be your partner along the way.
To make the most of your camping vacation in North Carolina, remember that KOA is the best option around. Each KOA location is staffed with passionate team members who make it their goal to provide incredible customer service, ensuring you have everything you need so that you'll have a great time. You'll also gain access to amenities that make your stay more comfortable, such as clean bathrooms with hot water, plenty of activities, laundry facilities, KOA stores for last-minute items and more.
No matter which KOA location you choose, you're bound to find fun for adventurers of all ages. How about hitting the water in a paddle boat or sinking a mini-golf putt? Maybe stretching out on a blanket for a movie night or testing your skills on a climbing wall? Every location offers something different. Take a look at each North Carolina KOA location, and you can select one of the best family campgrounds in North Carolina.
When most people think of KOA, they picture an iconic campfire in front of a cozy tent. If that’s your thing, KOA has you covered — but it doesn't stop there. This trip could be a great time to try a new, elevated camping experience. At KOA, you'll find tons of options, such as:
Do you daydream of lounging on pristine beaches or maybe taking a mountain hike? How about a picnic in a 400-year-old forest? Across North Carolina, you’ll have an opportunity to enjoy all these and much more, and KOA gets you right in the thick of it.
You can hike, bike or canoe through one of many beautiful state parks, including the famous Stone Mountain area with its 200-foot Stone Mountain Falls. You can take in marvelous vistas from overlooks at the Linville Gorge, often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of the East." And when you feel the need for urban adventures, Charlotte, Winston-Salem and the Raleigh-Durham area will provide endless opportunities for entertainment.
Explore North Carolina’s 12 KOA campground locations, and you’ll find a perfect spot to give you a camping experience you won’t find anywhere else. You can reserve a spot online or via phone for your camping vacation in the Tar Heel state.