July 5, 2021 - reviewed by David57
We were only here for one night, but we will return. Nice campground, however tight for 30’ and over. Quiet and peaceful.
September 27, 2020 - reviewed by Ted Glazner
Senior Camper W/ Senior Pass
We are catawba county res.we go here when ever
We can its very quiet and
Subduted it is harder to put in large camper but there are Bandits roost
And warrior's creek close by going to any one of? these u would not go wrong I've stayed at all 3
One time another. There is activites in the area to do this is a good place to
Go to relax and all the things a nice bathhouse ,
Games like u go through the wood throw frizzbies
At targets ????????
July 23, 2019 - reviewed by Nadene98
At just over 30 sites, Fort Hamby is considerably smaller and more intimate than the two neighboring USACE campgrounds. Sites are shaded and well spaced, atmosphere is laid back and quiet. Bathhouses are nice and modern enough, and well kept. Attendants were working hard on Sunday morning to clean and restock. Not really any water views or access besides the swim beach and boat ramp, which are not walking distance from the camping area, but a very nice place to spend a relaxing weekend... or more. Easy access to town, quick, easy trip from Mount Airy, Winston, Charlotte, and Boone. Highly recommend.
July 29, 2018 - reviewed by Jaime R
Well maintained campground and similar to other Army Corp sites. Tight turns, steep hills might be tough for longer tows or big rigs, but it’s to be expected in the foothills of the Appalachians. Bushwhacker Falls trails was great easy hike for our small kids with a very sweet, small waterfall at the end. Swim beach was very small with lots of rocks and both the beach and playground were not walking distance from the campsites. Showers were okay, but as dirty as expected after a weekend of use near a water/beach area open to the public. Nice playground for the kids.