Campsite Review: Dan Nicholas Park is located east of Salisbury North Carolina. Dan Nicholas Park Campground is operated by Rowan County near the west shore of High Rock Lake. The nearest city big enough to have the most services is Concord. Dan Nicholas Park has easy access to the trail system, lake, petting zoo, and other amenities. The campground has 78 sites for RV and tents and multiple trails for hiking, biking, and lake access for fishing.
We really like camping at Dan Nicholas Park.
Website: Dan Nicholas Park
Online Reservations Dan Nicholas Park
Phone Number Reservations: 704-216-7808
Address: 6800 Bringle Ferry Rd, Salisbury, NC 28146
The way to get to the campground is from Salisbury. From East Innes Street turn east on Newsome Road followed by a right turn on Bringle Ferry Rd.
Link to Google Map for the area: Dan Nicholas Park
Dates stayed: July 7 – July 15th, 2021
Check-out time 3 pm, arrivals 3 pm.
Comfort: during our stay, most days were hot and sunny with a few light showers and sometimes thunderstorms. Temperatures varied between 69 – 93F. The temperature at sunrise was usually in the high seventy-degree range.
Season: All Year
Price Paid: $30.00 per night
Our Site: #39
Hook-ups: Electric and water hookups.
Dump station: Yes
Potable Water: Yes
Water to fill your RV storage tank: Yes
Cell service: Verizon – very weak service / AT&T – very strong signal
Campsite Review: Dan Nicholas Park, insider info:
All the sites in Dan Nicholas Park are pretty good. They are all in the trees with good shade. Summer temperatures are hot. In early July, we ran at least one of our air conditioners all day and well into the night.
Three of the sites do not have electricity 72-74.
Generators are not allowed even in sites without electricity.
One site is across the road from site number 39 is unnumbered and used for an admin site and if you fit in your site you may be allowed to occupy it. It has electricity and water.
The weekend in July was busy with most sites filled, but not all. During the week occupancy was about 10%.
I would avoid sites 5, 15, 46, 48, 50, 55, 57, and 61 for various reasons. Most of these have slope issues. Some of these sites would be ok in a smaller RV. I would also avoid site #31 because it has a maintenance road running through the middle of the site that you can not block with your RV or car.
This park has lots to do for families with children. It is the only place we have gone with a petting zoo and amusement area for children.
Fishing in Dan Nicholas Lake is free for campers but does require a North Carolina fishing license.
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