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We are in Seagrove North Carolina The pottery capital of the United States, and we are 20 minutes from the North Carolina zoo, The largest natural habitat zoo in the world. We have about 12 acres some wooded And a couple of fields for parking campers and RVs. We love dogs and welcome them with open arms. We have three Shitszus and great Pyrenees. There is approximately a 1 acre fenced in field attached to an old pig barn that is completely fenced in for allowing dog to run. They are also free to run anywhere on the property as well. The electric is limited and is more to top off batteries then run complete systems. But we will do whatever we can to make your stay comfortable. Feel free to bust out the grill turn on the music walk the property and enjoy yourself. Suggested Local Attractions:Local Pottery shops are in abundance. North Carolina zoo is 20 minutes away
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Offleash Area for Pets
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Please be respectful and use good judgment
Access Road Conditions: Well maintained gravel drive. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: We have a super large lot, 12 plus acres plenty of space for parking
Hosted By Donzolio
Travel wherever and whenever I can Details: Hey Y’all. I travel a bit in a rockwood roo. I work events with a leather conditioner I demonstrate and sell. Always looking for a safe cheap place to park sometimes for the night sometimes for the length of the event. Hope to see Y’all in our travels. Home Town: Seagrove NC Skills or Expertise to Share: Jack of all trades master of none.
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References for this location from other RVers
1 week ago
Two night stay in a level spot in field next to house. Water and power available. My dog loved the expanse of grass that she could chase her ball in. I enjoyed chatting with Marge. In the middle of the Pottery Capital of the US. Most shops were closed in January but did get to visit a couple. Would stay again.
3 weeks ago
Marge was an amazing host-met us upon arrival and provided contact info and local information. We planned to stay 4 days but only stayed one. We arrived after dark after driving for 8+ hours. There were tree branches that hung too low for us to pass without scraping the top of our 5th wheel. We opted to go 'off driveway' to try to get around the branches. While we made it past, we almost got stuck in the process since the ground was so soft. We parked in the open grass next to the house, which was very soft also. We were concerned with the upcoming rain possibilities and the soft ground and opted to move to a local campground for the remaining days. We borrowed a tree trimmer and removed the low hanging branches so we could get out easily and for other RVers to get in. Location was great and would be a great spot for smaller rigs and/or drier conditions.
2 months ago
The parking area is level grass, and the ground was solid even after the rain two days before. Our terrier loved "hunting" the property and even found an opossum, so she was thoroughly impressed. We enjoyed talking with Marge. We would stay again.
3 months ago
Marge was amazing and I could have talked to her much longer! I stayed in a field where the roosters on a nearby farm made me smile, guineas came to visit me and my dog loved it here. Lucky for him, there was another guest staying here with a boxer and the 2 of them played like I've not seen him play before. They were free to run off leash and love life. It was just so peaceful and beautiful with the fall colors. I enjoyed meeting Mike and Cara and Marge! Thanks, Marge.
3 months ago
We only had an overnight stay at Dog’s Paradise but it was a great place. It’s very rural…quiet and peaceful. Very easy access and parking. We would definitely stop again if in the area.