Get a good night's sleep by booking a site at one of the best RV parks near Raleigh. The Raleigh Oaks RV Resort is one of the top-rated campgrounds in the city, with full hookups, picnic tables, fire rings, and WiFi access at every site. You'll find loads of activities around camp as well, including a mini-golf course, a swimming pool, and a fitness center. Pets are welcome, and there's even an on-site dog run. The campground is located about 40 miles south of Raleigh, meaning you won't be disturbed by the noisy city streets during your stay.
Campers who don't want to stray too far from the city should check out the North Carolina State Fairgrounds Campground. Ideal for travelers spending their days at the State Fair, this RV park is just 6 miles from downtown, with attractions like the North Carolina Museum of Art less than two miles away. There are roughly 350 sites, which provide full hookups with max amp electricity. Amenities are basic and include bathrooms and showers. There's also an on-site pond where anglers can spend afternoons fishing.
If you're looking to spend your days exploring North Carolina's countryside, plan a stay at the Falls Lake State Recreation Area Holly Point Campground. One of two campgrounds at this park, Holly Point sits on the edge of the 12,000-acre Falls Lake, allowing campers to participate in a variety of water sports like swimming, fishing, and boating. The campground itself has spacious sites with water and electric hookups and pull-through access for big rigs. Useful amenities around camp include showers and bathrooms. Despite its secluded location, Holly Point is less than 30 minutes away from downtown Raleigh and the city's best attractions.