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24-40 RV Park offs RV Pull-Through sites with 30-amp and 50-amp power. They are a family-oriented recreation venue, and they desire for all guests to feel relax, refresh, and rejuvenate. Located right off I-40 and NC-24 in southeastern North Carolina. Amenities: RV hookups, (regular and luxury), tent sites, wildlife trails, pond and chapel for weddings. Pets on leashes allowed. Open year round.

Address: 113 John Williams Evans Rd., Warsaw 28398
Phone Number: 910.289.2200
Website: 2440rv.com
 

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Duplin County’s Cabin Lake is located approximately five miles north of Beulaville on Highway 111. The park is open for camping, hiking, fishing, boating, picnicking and swimming. Paddle boats and canoes available for rent. The swimming area is only open from Memorial Day thru Labor Day. Admission to the park is $3.00 per person Duplin County Residents and $4.00 per person Non-Duplin County Residents while children ages five and under free. 

Address: 220 Cabin Lake Road, Pink Hill 28572
Phone Number: 910.298.3648
 

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Just off of Interstate 40 in Wallace lies Duplin County’s not-so-hidden treasure – Lake Leamon – a place where families can go for a little fun in the sun. You can bring your RV or your trailer or your tent and just have a weekend of fun. There are many shaded RV sites, over 100 tent sites, some with water and electric hookups, a boat ramp, picnic tables, campfires, flush toilets, showers, and even a laundry room, game room, and snack bar.

Address: 5357 NC Hwy 41 South, Wallace NC 28466
Phone Number: 910.285.3857
 

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