WILMINGTON, N.C. — There are only a few waterside campgrounds left in Southeastern North Carolina. Yet the ones that have survived remain havens for campers, at a price many middle-class Americans can still afford, writes StarNewsOnline.com.
“I don’t care if you’re on a bicycle or in a tent, it’s all $40 a night,” said Gary “Skip” Skipper, manager of Waterway Campground in Brunswick County. StarNewsOnline.com reports that most campers prefer an RV, and the prices are the same.
At $3,400 a year, Russell Keffer can park his RV at Blackbeard’s Treasure Family Campground in Surf City, and have a front-door view of the Intracoastal surrounding him on three sides, says StarNewsOnline.com.
The campground offers the conveniences of the retirement life at a cost he can afford, writes StarNewsOnline.com.
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