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Campgrounds in Durham, NC
1.Birchwood RV Park
5901 Wilkins Dr Lot 1
This is a rv - mobile home park it does accommodate big rigs. The owner is a real good person will do whatever he can to help. Laundry room does need updated.
2.American Camp Association Southeastern
3308 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd Ste 165
3.Durham Parks Recreation Ctr
1308 Fayetteville St
3500 Old Greensboro Rd
5.Buffaloe Mini Storage LLC
2107 Us 70 Hwy E
Low Rates - 24 Hour Access. Ask about our FREE truck rental with move-in. We have various sizes available. Our facility is fenced, lighted, and has security cameras. We offer covered boat storage, and outdoor storage for RV's, trucks, mobile homes and more. We are conveniently located on Hwy 70- just east of Garner.
6.Dead Broke Farm
6921 Wildlife Trl
My nieces spent a week here last summer and had a blast! They love all the animals and riding the horses! They are back again this year and love it just as much! My nephew also joined them yesterday and had a blast!
7.Falls Lake State Recreation
13304 Creedmoor Rd
Large campsites, great fishing (even if you don't catch anything :), clean facilities, dog friendly, and only a few minutes from 'civilization'. A great weekend getaway.
8.William B Umstead State Park
8801 Glenwood Ave
Sandwiched between downtown Raleigh and the airport, this oasis of green features a stand of 300+ year-old hardwood trees, more than 32 miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, camp sites and lots more for nature lovers.
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