San-Lee Park

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Campground Description

Choose from Wilderness Campsites, family tent camping, and RV spaces. Lots of activities to do onsite, you won't have to drive to get to them! Canoe/paddle boat rentals ($3), 4.5 miles of bike trails, and 4 miles of hiking trails. Playground and nature center with live snakes and other animals.
Contact: Local Government
Posted by: Jeff Barber on January 1, 2006
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    Campground Activities

    Mountain biking, hiking, nature center, boating, canoeing.

    Campground Amenities

    RV hookups, restrooms, tables, charcoal grills, bath house.

    Reservation info

    Family tent camping available April - November. RV and wilderness camping available year-round.

    Camping Fees

    $1/night/person wilderness sites; $10/night family tent sites; $15/night RV sites

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    Reviews of San-Lee Park



    Reviewed by Jim Story on May 4, 2014

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    Friendly staff, quiet, running water and showers available fishing with a NC license, 15 dollars for a 1 night stay...... will be back to this camp ground
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    Reviewed by Guest on October 7, 2009

    (3 out of 3 members found this review useful.) Reply to Review
    I work at San-Lee. The campground is great because it is always cooler up there on the hill than it is down at the Nature Center in the summer. There are ten, drive-to sights to choose from. The fee is $10 a night. Please note that the wilderness campground no longer exists because there are houses in close proximity and many trees have fallen on it due to storms. The MTB course is also one of the best around. It is approximately 6.2 miles long with the addition of the Gauntlet and Free Fall, two rock garden technical sections which are among the best in the state. Paddle boats are also available to rent, but we no longer rent out canoes. The price is $3. There is also fishing. A valid North Carolina fishing license is required to fish.
    -Justin
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    Reviewed by Guest on July 1, 2009

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    My family really enjoy all that San-Lee has to offer campers, fishers, hikers, etc. Something for everyone to do and then some. Thanks so much to all who work at San-Lee, we look forward to our next trip.
    The Evans
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