Oasis of North Carolina Good Sam Verified Campground

15340 Palmer Rd, Marston, NC 28363

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
(4 reviews) 3.3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
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15340 Palmer Rd
Marston, NC, 28363

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Campground
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
No tents
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Gravel
Big rig sites
Table at site
Spaces available: 27
Site length: 75
Max length: 75
Gravel sites: 27
Pull-thru size: 30 x 75
Pull-thrus: 14
Back-in size: 30 x 40
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Mostly
Number of full hookups: 23
Number of electric: 4
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Table at site
RV supplies
Fire rings
RV supplies
Fire rings
Firewood

Nature trails
Outdoor games
Pavilion

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating

(within 20 miles)

Hunting season: Winter

Military Discount

3.2 (4 reviews) 3.25 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
3.2
Restroom
2.5
Appeal
3
What is being rated?
2 2 out of 5 stars 10/06/2021

We had a choice of 3 sites none were ideal. Our site was very trashy! I picked up trash around the site and in the fire pit (including a large piece of counter top) also moved a large piece of old carpet to the edge of the woods (where there was more trash). Our sewer hook up was directly below the water faucet, making it impossible to hook up the sewer hose while our hose and filter were attached. Not only that, we would have had to use the 3 sewer hoses to connect to the sewer. As we were only... Read More

We had a choice of 3 sites none were ideal. Our site was very trashy! I picked up trash around the site and in the fire pit (including a large piece of counter top) also moved a large piece of old carpet to the edge of the woods (where there was more trash). Our sewer hook up was directly below the water faucet, making it impossible to hook up the sewer hose while our hose and filter were attached. Not only that, we would have had to use the 3 sewer hoses to connect to the sewer. As we were only there for the weekend, my husband opted to move to a vacant site to dump prior to leaving. The shower house was a combined toilet, shower and a large laundry room sink. No wifi, which is no problem for us. No cable TV but there were a few over the air channels. The campground is fairly close (20 minutes or so) to Laurinburg, which was the reason for our visit. The campground has a lot of potential, needs lots of TLC. Campground staff member should clean up the sites by removing old carpeting lying around and pick up trash left by thoughtless campers.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 03/31/2021

This place was awesome. Small, quiet. Owner lives there. `Rustic'. No concrete or asphalt, but it was a nice change. Lots of trees. We were parked next to the woods. Felt like being in the woods. The week we were there were mostly people there for working on the roads and hospitals. A few semi-permanents. We didn't have sewer or water but it was on site to refill or empty. Most sites have everything but not all do. We can go a week on our tanks anyway. They had a dog park. They have what must... Read More

This place was awesome. Small, quiet. Owner lives there. `Rustic'. No concrete or asphalt, but it was a nice change. Lots of trees. We were parked next to the woods. Felt like being in the woods. The week we were there were mostly people there for working on the roads and hospitals. A few semi-permanents. We didn't have sewer or water but it was on site to refill or empty. Most sites have everything but not all do. We can go a week on our tanks anyway. They had a dog park. They have what must have been close to a mile of trails in the woods. Some interesting geodesic domes the owner lives in and some really good yurts if you are into that thing. Wouldn't hesitate to go back. Yes the owners have a couple of small dogs but they were well controlled. The bathrooms are new and modern but the drywall joints in the geodesic domes weren't exactly `professional' but who cares? You are out in the woods!
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2 2 out of 5 stars 06/10/2018

Narrow roads lead to the entrance. Dirt road leads to checking area. Owners are very friendly as was the one worker we saw. Interior roads are packed sand - campground is located in the sand hills area of NC. Site was a pull through with gravel that was level. Appears that most campers were residents and worked locally, some transient based on truck tags. Ants were very active on edges of interior dirt roads and parts of `grassy' areas. Mosquitoes were active. There is no cable and no WiFi.... Read More

Narrow roads lead to the entrance. Dirt road leads to checking area. Owners are very friendly as was the one worker we saw. Interior roads are packed sand - campground is located in the sand hills area of NC. Site was a pull through with gravel that was level. Appears that most campers were residents and worked locally, some transient based on truck tags. Ants were very active on edges of interior dirt roads and parts of `grassy' areas. Mosquitoes were active. There is no cable and no WiFi. We were able to lock on a Dish satellite signal. A couple of dogs (friendly) were roaming but heat may kept them inside during most of the day. We saw only a few people as most appear to work during the day. I am sure they were friendly but we never met any they work and we didn't and sitting outside in the evening with mosquitoes and ants was not an option. The shower-toilet area was a geo dome shape building with single shower and toilet - but NOT a `9'. Does Good Sam ever evaluate or goes by camper reviews. This campground only has 1 review so I wonder if the reviewer was local. $40 a night is way out of line!
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5 5 out of 5 stars 03/19/2018

If you want peace and quiet, then this is the camground for you. The owners are very accommodating. Friendly campers all around. So happy I found this location. A little out but worth it!

2 2 out of 5 stars 10/06/2021

We had a choice of 3 sites none were ideal. Our site was very trashy! I picked up trash around the site and in the fire pit (including a large piece of counter top) also moved a large piece of old carpet to the edge of the woods (where there was more trash). Our sewer hook up was directly below the water faucet, making it impossible to hook up the sewer hose while our hose and filter were attached. Not only that, we would have had to use the 3 sewer hoses to connect to the sewer. As we were only... Read More

We had a choice of 3 sites none were ideal. Our site was very trashy! I picked up trash around the site and in the fire pit (including a large piece of counter top) also moved a large piece of old carpet to the edge of the woods (where there was more trash). Our sewer hook up was directly below the water faucet, making it impossible to hook up the sewer hose while our hose and filter were attached. Not only that, we would have had to use the 3 sewer hoses to connect to the sewer. As we were only there for the weekend, my husband opted to move to a vacant site to dump prior to leaving. The shower house was a combined toilet, shower and a large laundry room sink. No wifi, which is no problem for us. No cable TV but there were a few over the air channels. The campground is fairly close (20 minutes or so) to Laurinburg, which was the reason for our visit. The campground has a lot of potential, needs lots of TLC. Campground staff member should clean up the sites by removing old carpeting lying around and pick up trash left by thoughtless campers.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 03/31/2021

This place was awesome. Small, quiet. Owner lives there. `Rustic'. No concrete or asphalt, but it was a nice change. Lots of trees. We were parked next to the woods. Felt like being in the woods. The week we were there were mostly people there for working on the roads and hospitals. A few semi-permanents. We didn't have sewer or water but it was on site to refill or empty. Most sites have everything but not all do. We can go a week on our tanks anyway. They had a dog park. They have what must... Read More

This place was awesome. Small, quiet. Owner lives there. `Rustic'. No concrete or asphalt, but it was a nice change. Lots of trees. We were parked next to the woods. Felt like being in the woods. The week we were there were mostly people there for working on the roads and hospitals. A few semi-permanents. We didn't have sewer or water but it was on site to refill or empty. Most sites have everything but not all do. We can go a week on our tanks anyway. They had a dog park. They have what must have been close to a mile of trails in the woods. Some interesting geodesic domes the owner lives in and some really good yurts if you are into that thing. Wouldn't hesitate to go back. Yes the owners have a couple of small dogs but they were well controlled. The bathrooms are new and modern but the drywall joints in the geodesic domes weren't exactly `professional' but who cares? You are out in the woods!
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2 2 out of 5 stars 06/10/2018

Narrow roads lead to the entrance. Dirt road leads to checking area. Owners are very friendly as was the one worker we saw. Interior roads are packed sand - campground is located in the sand hills area of NC. Site was a pull through with gravel that was level. Appears that most campers were residents and worked locally, some transient based on truck tags. Ants were very active on edges of interior dirt roads and parts of `grassy' areas. Mosquitoes were active. There is no cable and no WiFi.... Read More

Narrow roads lead to the entrance. Dirt road leads to checking area. Owners are very friendly as was the one worker we saw. Interior roads are packed sand - campground is located in the sand hills area of NC. Site was a pull through with gravel that was level. Appears that most campers were residents and worked locally, some transient based on truck tags. Ants were very active on edges of interior dirt roads and parts of `grassy' areas. Mosquitoes were active. There is no cable and no WiFi. We were able to lock on a Dish satellite signal. A couple of dogs (friendly) were roaming but heat may kept them inside during most of the day. We saw only a few people as most appear to work during the day. I am sure they were friendly but we never met any they work and we didn't and sitting outside in the evening with mosquitoes and ants was not an option. The shower-toilet area was a geo dome shape building with single shower and toilet - but NOT a `9'. Does Good Sam ever evaluate or goes by camper reviews. This campground only has 1 review so I wonder if the reviewer was local. $40 a night is way out of line!
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5 5 out of 5 stars 03/19/2018

If you want peace and quiet, then this is the camground for you. The owners are very accommodating. Friendly campers all around. So happy I found this location. A little out but worth it!

15340 Palmer Rd, Marston, NC 28363
Coordinates: 34.904450, -79.467640
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Directions
S-bnd: From Jct of US-15/501 & NC 211: Go SE 14.5 mi on US-15/501 to Palmer Rd, W 2 mi (L); or N-bnd: From Jct of US-74 & US-15/501: Go N 12 mi on US-15/501 to Palmer, W 2 mi (L) Note: Do Not use GPS.

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