• “Oh rats, if you was staying, I was going to get to sleep on the ironing board between two chairs—that’s adventure sleeping.” –Opie

    Like Andy Taylor, we love entertaining overnight guests (like Aunt Nora or Uncle Ollie) in Mt. Airy, NC. We invite you to feel right at home, whether you stay in a Mt. Airy, NC hotel, intimate bed and breakfast, or a cozy cabin. Search below to find the Mt. Airy hotel or lodging option for you, and unlike Opie, we guarantee you want have to sleep on an ironing board!

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Lodging - Campgrounds

Beech Nut Campground
315 Beechnut Ln.

Mount Airy NC

Local Phone: (336) 320-3802

beechnut@surry.net

Beechnut Family Campground is located just a few minutes from downtown Mount Airy off of Interstate 75 and four miles from Interstate 77. Beechnut Family Campground has water and electric hook-ups along with tenting areas for tent campers. The campground has three fishing ponds and a volleyball court. There are three swimming pools along with the Hurricane Hazel water slide. Overnight and day passes are available.


Greystone RV Park
1164 Pilot Knob Park Rd.

Pinnacle NC

Local Phone: (336) 368-5588

info@greystonervpark.com

Located about 20 minutes from downtown Mount Airy, Greystone RV Park is a 22-acre RV park located near Pilot Mountain State Park. The campground features pull-through sites with 38’x50’ concrete pads and full RV hook-ups. The campground features an ADA-compliant bathhouse with hot showers. Nearby Pilot Mountain State Park offers bird watching, educational programs, fishing, picnicking, rock climbing, and horseback riding.


Homeplace Recreational Park
136 Homeplace Park Rd.

Ararat NC

Local Phone: (336) 374-5173

homeplacepk@surry.net

Known for having one of the largest swimming pools in the region, Homeplace is a full-service campground with a swimming pool, separate diving pool, rope swing, waterslide, and kiddy play area. Other activities include game room, volleyball, playground, basketball, horseshoes, fishing and miniature golf. There are 150 campsites with full hook-ups. Campsite amenities include picnic tables, ice machine, dump station, group picnic shelter, coin laundry, drink machine and a snack bar.


Jomeokee Campground
1140 Pace’s Place

Pinnacle NC

Local Phone: (336) 325-2296

info@jomeokee.net

Jomeokee Campground is a quiet, family oriented campground with views of Pilot Mountain. Jomeokee Campground connects with the corridor horse trail of Pilot Mountain State Park and is within minutes of Horne Creek Living Historical Farm. There are 75 sites with water and electric hookups with dump sites. Other amenities include a bath house, fishing pond, and bike riding.


Mayberry Campground
114 Bunker Rd.

Mount Airy NC

Local Phone: (336) 789-6199

mayberrycamp@embarqmail.com

Mayberry Campground includes 106 sites with full hook-ups for water, sewer, electrical, cable television, and Internet. There is a large picnic shelter with an enclosed kitchen and four smaller shelters for large groups. Activities include fishing and a walking trail that leads to The White Plains Church where Eng and Change Bunker, the Siamese Twins, are buried. Amenities include a laundry facility, community grills, fire pits, playground, and biking trails.


Pilot Mountain State Park
1792 Pilot Knob Park Rd.

Pinnacle NC

Local Phone: (336) 325-2355

pilot.mountain@ncparks.gov

The lower slopes of Pilot Mountain State Park houses 49 sites used for tent and RV camping. Camping sites are equipped with tent pads, tables, and grills. There are no RV hookups, but water is available along with upgraded bathhouses. Pilot Mountain State Park is open November-February, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; March-October 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; April, May, September 8 a.m.-8 p.m. and June-August 8 a.m.-9 p.m.


Veterans Memorial Park
691 W. Lebanon St.

Mount Airy NC

Local Phone: (336) 786-2236

sshc@surry.net

In addition to being a year-round event venue for festivals and events, Veterans Memorial Park has ten acres of shady woods for camping and picnicking. The park has 34 campsites for hook-ups along with tent camping areas. The park also includes restrooms and picnic shelters. No alcohol is permitted and dogs must be leashed.