July 2, 2019 - reviewed by Craig
Nice Clean Campground
We’ve been very pleased with what a beautiful state North Carolina is. Oak Hollow hasn’t let us down, nice sites and friendly staff. Pool was kept clean as well.
We’d stay here again.
July 18, 2018 - reviewed by CJ & Destany
First and foremost we would like to say this will now be our go to weekend getaway. Like everywhere you go, you can nit-pick about something. So here you go....the pool is great, the bathrooms were clean, the sites a bit uneven, no fire rings (bring your own), one water outlet for two sites (bring a splitter), the sites are not very wide but the Park Ranger Thomas was AWESOME!!! Just wish the guys who drove around on golf carts were nicer. So you ask why would I go back....the views were amazing and it was just easy. If you want a clean campground with no BS except if your playing cornhole in the road this is your place. We will definitely be going back.
September 24, 2017 - reviewed by M Wagner
Loved it here. We stayed for a week and it was very restful, and quiet. Great staff! You wouldn’t know you were so close to the city. The acorns dropping on the roof were a little annoying at times! LOL Loved the lake!
September 17, 2017 - reviewed by Kathleen
Wonderful Place To Stop
Quiet, off season. Sites are well spaced apart. Section A17, paved, but most sites are quite slanted, had to use blocks phenomenal water pressure. Lovely lake, many activities for families, well managed, clean pool. City property. Aesthetically pleasing.
Only back-ins, no pull-throughs meaning you block the road when you un/ hook your car. No reservations taken, you just wing it and call them the day you plan to arrive, a little nerve-wracking, but it works. Large park, apparently only gets full during bi-annual furniture sales.
September 11, 2017 - reviewed by Ann C
Beautiful park, clean, friendly. HOWEVER, only B and D sites are level and they are large gravel parking lots. A and C are in lovely wooded areas but few, if any sites are level. All sites share water, two sites per spigot, so you will need a water splitter for the spigot. Additionally all utilities are at the rear end of the site and some electric outlets are 15-20 ft away. You will need to be prepared with extra water hose and possibly electric extension cords. Truly a shame this park didn't have better planning as it is beautiful, near the lake and near town.
February 8, 2016 - reviewed by Cindy C
Staff very helpful. Off season and quiet. Facilities impeccably clean.