May 22, 2019 - reviewed by Jill
This lake is huge. Had a number of different campgrounds. Be sure you have directions to the one you're at or you could be driving around for hours. We stayed in the Nutbush campground right on the lake. Offers senior discounts. Level, gravel sites where we stayed
August 9, 2017 - reviewed by Gary Huestis
Gary & Diesel
Awesome camp ground when you find it. App sends you in wrong direction. Exit 85 South at exit #14. Turn right at intersection (NOT LEFT). Follow road down to Satterwhite Point Rd. and turn left. It's about two miles down on right 6254 Satterwhite Point Rd. Kerr Lake State Recreation Area, it's on your right.
Really nice sights just be carefull, lots of trees. Best to stop when looking for your sight and get out and walk to find it then drive to it. Trust me!
There 10, 30 & 50 amp service. Water hook ups are there, pays to have more than a 15 foot hose. LOL beautiful view of lake and seniors get a discount. WHOA!
I will come back again on our next trip. Pump out station on way out.
October 15, 2016 - reviewed by Phil Panepinto
Very clean and well kept camp sites. Look forward to coming.back!!
October 15, 2016 - reviewed by Mike Tamisiea
Great Falls Visit
We were a little apprehensive after Hurricane Mathew came through but there were sites available and when we got here we found the location to be clean and in good shape. Beautiful sites and friendly folks. Bathrooms nice. This is close by and will be on our short list in the future.
November 14, 2015 - reviewed by K King
Well I didn't have issues like the other guy. I camped off season. The Reserve America site had the specifications right for the site as far as electricity and water. Pretty much all the sites designated for rv camping have water and electricity within 10 feet. The Web site does tell you how far it is to water on the camp site info page. Someone must have been trying to camp on the tent sites if it was 95 feet to water...just saying. The bath house was clean and the showers were hot! On a 35 degree night that's a wonderful thing!
July 7, 2015 - reviewed by Dave
Lovely picturesque views, we were in the JC Cooper park. A couple of things to take into account, one, they told us that it was 50 amp supplies only, not a problem, go to camping world and get an adapter, but when we get here .....30 amp supplies at the first pitch. That brings me to the second issue, water.......where's the faucet my wife asked....after a 10 minute walk around I found it, about 95 feet from the pitch. Only having a 15 ft hose this became a problem. Call the reservation people, they tell us that because it's the day of occupancy nothing shows up on the computer, so we have to drive round the one way system to go back to the entrance gate, there we are told to go to another pitch.....fine you say, but......a ranger turns up and asks for another $22 because the "empty" pitch is a double. Now I'm starting to get frustrated, un plug everything and move to another pitch. Go to plug the electric in and it's a 10 amp supply. Not impressed at all won't be back....sorry.