Coming from the south to get to Wilmington required more downtown driving (we weren’t in coastal enough to take the ferry from Southport) than when we left going north. That way was pretty much a straight shot on good roads. Coming down Rt 421 to Kure Beach, I thought the best landmark was the white pillars either side of the road. The CG entrance was about a ¼ mile past them on the right. Our high rating of this CG is the same as what drives real estate – location, location, location! So much to see in the area and all close by with easy access. We recommend a ferry trip over to Southport, a quaint seaside town with good seafood restaurants. The sites are old asphalt pads with a concrete picnic pad with easy access to hookups. They do have cable, but you have to check out a converter box to use it; boxes that have a history of problems. They also now have Wi-Fi and we had a good strong signal. The area was unkempt with the grass was about 8” high and restrooms (none had soap) and laundry were less than clean. All of the sites are back in, but the hookups can be on different sides or even mixed depending on the site. The on-site restaurant and the clubhouse/rental center were all closed for the season. They offer off-season rates for the cabins/condos, but RVers still pay full price. There are mobile home rentals in the first part of the CG with some of the RV sites in between them. These sites are small, but the others all have plenty of space. We stayed in a motorhome.
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