Lumber River State Park

Exit 13 A

State Park on the Lumber River. A favorite for fishermen and naturalists, the Lumber River meanders through the area and is a popular way to enjoy the scenery. It has been designated a National Wild and Scenic River by the National Park Service.   On a national wild and scenic river, Lumber River State Park is all about eastern North Carolina paddling, fishing and exquisite scenery. The Princess Ann and Chalk Banks access areas anchor two ends of the riverine park, with tent-friendly campgrounds, group campsites, picnic grounds and short hiking...

Lumberton/I-95 KOA

Exit 17

KOA Campground. Great stop for RV travelers. A great stop when traveling on interstate 95, this is the halfway point between the State of Maine & Florida is what makes this park a perfect destination for RVer’s to spend a night.  This park has easy access on & off the interstate, as well as into the park.  All large, level pull-thru sites with full hook ups, we offer 30 amp & 50 amp sites. Up-grades announcement: 17 new Deluxe Patio pull-through sites, 6 additional patios added, updated laundry room, added exercise room/seating...