What we're about

WELCOME TO CAROLINA CAMPERS TOO

If you are looking for a family-friendly camping group, this group is for you. We are fun-loving people who enjoy our Meetups, campers and each other.

Our members come from all walks of life and bring a variety of interests. Our members camp in anything from tents to RVs.

In addition to camping there is usually hiking, cycling, canoeing/kayaking and/or other loosely organized activities.

Carolina Campers Too membership is free of charge. However, Meetup does charge us dues. Your voluntary donations are appreciated.

WHAT WE ARE NOT:

We are not a primitive camping or backpacking group. If this is your type of camping, there are other Meetups that are more tailored to your camping style.

While we welcome single folks, this group is not about matchmaking or finding true romance. Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated. It’s all about having good clean fun.

While we are always up for enjoying some adult beverages, we are not a drunken frat party. We are family oriented. Drink responsibly.

HOW WE WORK:

Our board members plan around 10-15 Meetups per year. We prefer to stay at campgrounds with water and electricity throughout North and South Carolina, but are open to new venues.

Meetups can be initiated by any member. However, board approval is required before the event is posted on Meetup.

Meetups should first be posted in the general discussions section. The poster is responsible for providing dates, links, address, phone numbers and any other pertinent information for the membership to review.

Whomever posts the Meetup in the general discussions will be the host of the event. All members are encouraged to post events.

ALL reservations for campsites are the responsibility of each member. Once you have made your reservation, please post your site number in the event comments (not the general discussions). Also include how many people will be on your site.

On Saturday night, we usually have a potluck dinner, sometimes with a theme. We encourage everyone to bring a dish to share. Someone in the group will volunteer to host the dinner. Please post what you are bringing in the event comments so we do not end up with several of the same dishes.

We keep the rules simple and few:

1) Have fun!

2) Be respectful in your postings.

3) Play nicely with others.

4) Please do not sign up for events if you are not sure you will attend. Let the event host know in advance if your plans change.

5) If you have not visited the site in more than six months, you will be removed from the roster.

We look forward to meeting all of you HAPPY CAMPERS!

Mike, Phyllis, Trisha and Our Fearless Leader, Brenda

Upcoming events (5)

Arrowhead Campground - St. Patrick's Day Celebration

Arrowhead Campground

ARROWHEAD CAMPGROUND UWHARRIE FOREST 789 HWY 24/27 EAST TROY, NC 27371 Phone:[masked] Beautiful NFS campground located within the Uwharrie National Forest. All sites are heavily wooded and a few include a view of Badin Lake. Although the campground roads are paved the last 1.5 miles of road into the campground is unpaved: gravel and dirt and some holes. Sites include a fire ring and BBQ grill. Sites have electric only: fill your tank with potable water available at the dump station. Most sites will require some leveling. Campground is very clean and well kept. Bathhouse is older, but clean (no AC, so it is humid). *LOTS* of hiking and off-road trails (bring your ATV or OHV!). Outdoor shooting range is nearby, so you may hear some gun shots. The range is a few miles from the campground. The following is currently posted on their website: FLINTLOCK VALLEY SHOOTING RANGE Memorial Day to Labor Day: Tues thru Sat 10:30 am to 6:00 pm. Labor Day to Memorial Day: Tues thru Sat 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. Phone Number: (910)[masked] X 0. Flintlock Valley Shooting Range is closed on Christmas and Thanksgiving annually. Shooting ends 30 minutes before closing time. Fees: $7/person per day or $50 for an annual pass.

Memorial Day Weekend Camp Out And Kayaking At Chester State Park

Memorial Day weekend camp out and kayaking. We will arrive Thursday afternoon and leave Monday. Looking forward to having a big group and cookout. If you have never been there, it is a beautiful campground on a 160 acre lake. There is a very nice public fire pit with chairs, swinging chairs and a nice fishing pier.

Camping at Twin Rivers Family Campground

Twin Rivers Family Campground

Twin Rivers Campground is North Carolina's best kept secret! Nestled on the South Fork of the New River, you are only a 20 minute walk from the confluence of the North and South Forks of the second oldest river in the world! In 1997 President Clinton declared the New River a National Heritage River. The title is a created designation for rivers that have historic and scenic value, and it is intended to highlight the way rivers unite the regions through which they flow. All of our campsites in the main campground are on the water. We do have w/e sites with a dump station We do have a playground for the children age 2 - 92. We have a clean bath house with hot showers. STAY CONNECTED (only if you want) Wi-Fi is available at the office Call us:[masked]http://www.twinriversfamilycampground.com/index.html

Bandits Roost Loop A - (Book on or after 1/23/2021)

Bandit's Roost Park

Bandits Roost Loop A 667 Jess Walsh Dr, Wilkesboro, NC[masked]https://www.recreation.gov Bandits Roost Campground is located on the south side of W. Kerr Scott Reservoir in western North Carolina. Constructed in the beautiful Yadkin River Valley, the lake offers extensive opportunities for outdoor recreational activities. The campground offers 102 campsites, including 17 tents sites and 85 standard sites with water and electric hookups. Amenities include flush and pit toilets, showers, drinking water and a dump station. A boat ramp, swim beach, playground, basketball court and amphitheater offer additional recreation opportunities.

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