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Cedar Creek Campground

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in White Oak, NC

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Hosted By

MikeinElease

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    < 35 (ft)

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    15

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    5

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    Yes

Welcome to our Boondocking listing. We do NOT have electricity at these boondocking campsites. Only site 1 is full hookups. IT CAN ONLY BE RESERVED THROUGH HIPCAMP.COM. We are a secluded, privately owned, campground only 17 minutes from interstate 95 and Fayetteville. We have 15 very quiet, spacious, and peaceful pine shaded sites that can handle any size rig from tents to 40 foot class A’s. We have an Outdoor shower and bathroom/dishwashing station available during non freezing weather. A sewer dump station is available near site 2. There are two short hiking trails on-site. There is the Cedar Creek Fish Farm with catfish fishing 2 mins away . Cape Fear River Boat Landing (fishing, canoeing, kayaking) is 7 mins away. For more details find us on Facebook at Cedar Creek Campground at Elease. Suggested Local Attractions:Downtown Fayetteville is not run down like many American downtown areas. It has many shops, Art House movie theater with wine bar, Botanical Gardens, Historic Market House, Regional Theater, Airborn and Special Ops Museum, antique shops, and the Farmers Market is located at the old train depot museum parking lot. It is open in the morning on Tues, Thurs, and Sat. There is also Lu Mill Vineyard that makes wine from the unique Muskadine and Scuppernone grapes grown in this region. Lastly, if you can handle a 90 minute drive after you trip, take advantage of the nearby beaches.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Water Hookup

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Slideouts Allowed

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RV Dump Station

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Generators Allowed

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

Please try to arrive before nightfall. There are no street lights and it is very dark after nightfall. Our house is not open to guests. Please be respectful of noise after 9 pm. Our guests are here for a quiet and peaceful experience. We have a “donation” box on the tree at site 2. The funds are used to purchase gravel for the driveway, campsite landscaping, site repairs, and water/sewer/trash disposal and bathroom supplies. Pets should be leashed at all times for safety and liability reasons. There are 2 short trails, one behind the garden (blue blazed) which leads to the driveway entrance, crosses the driveway, and continues on weaving through the pine forest, around the pond and back to the driveway. It is on half mile long. The entrance is behind the garden. The other trail (red blazed) is only around the pond. It is one quarter mile long. The entrance is on the south side of the driveway, before the turn. You can see the red trail markers from the driveway. Ask owner for location of pond trail entrance if you have a hard time locating it.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: Entrance driveway is a 12 ft wide gravel driveway with 30 foot height clearance. No tree limb issues on driveway or campsites SITE 1 is a concrete pad site with water, sewer, 50/30 electric, fire ring and picnic table. This site is usually taken by full timers. No other electric sites are available on the property. THIS SITE MUST BE BOOKED ONLY ON HIPCAMP.COM. SITE 2 is a gravel site with water, sewer, picnic table and fire ring only, NO ELECTRICITY. This is a pull in, back out site for 30 ft rigs. No travel trailers or towed trailers. SITE 3 is a gravel site with water, sewer, picnic table and fire ring. NO ELECTRICITY. This site can be pull thru or back in depending on soil conditions. 35 ft length limit on this site. SITE 4 is a pine straw site for van/truck/tent campers. It has NO hookups, nofire ring, or picnic table. Simple overnight stay site. SITE 5 is a gravel back in site for RV’s 25 feet or less. It has water, a fire ring and picnic table only. SITE 6 is for tent campers. Campsite is covered with pine straw. Site has water, fire ring and picnic table only. Parking is on a gravel pad in front of campsite. SITE 7 is a grass back in site and has a large open entrance for longer RV’s. Site has water, a fire ring and picnic table only. SITE 8 is a gravel pull thru site for 30 ft or less rvs. The site has water, fire ring, and picnic table only. SITE 9 is a gravel back in site for 25 ft or less rv. It has water, a picnic table and fire ring only. SITE 10 CLOSED AT THIS TIME. SITE 11 is a grass pull through site for 30 foot or less. This is a group site with water, 2 fire rings, picnic table, and a rocket stove. Great for tenting groups. SITE 12 CLOSED AT THIS TIME. SITE 13 is a small pull thru site for vans and trucks only. Cant use the site if you are towing anything. There is water only, no fire ring or picnic table. SITE 14 CLOSED AT THIS TIME. SITE 15 is a graveled back in site for Big Rigs up to 35 ft length. Water and fire ring on site. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: The campsites are about 1/4 mile down our driveway. Tow vehicles can be parked on the site or in any empty site. Plenty of places to park.

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Hosted By MikeinElease

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55-65

Teacher and partner living on 17 acres in the middle of nowhere! Details: I am a recently early retired Science Teacher and my partner (now Husband) is in Pediatrics. We bought the 17 acres 10 years ago and we decided to clear and create 15 campsites for boondockers. We have a Travel Trailer RV ourselves and enjoy camping. We also enjoy meeting new people when they come to visit and stay with us. Home Town: We really dont have a hometown. We live in a hamlet called Elease, NC. It's not even on most maps. We have a couple of neighbors that live 1/4 mile away. We are surrounded by state forest. We are originally from the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. We moved here for work many years ago. Favorite Boondocking Locations: Only went boondocking once in Iowa. Felt like boondocking when we went to the National Parks out west and Acadia. None had hookups. Planning a long trip in 2022. Will know more about how we feel about boondocking after that trip. Skills or Expertise to Share: Jack of all trades, Master of none. Built our house except for the black water plumbing, Sheetrock (will never do that again), and high voltage electrical, roofing and siding. We have owned everything from a Popup to a Class A. We have been camping for 25 years. If you have any questions, we will do our best to help out.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    Little_Coop_BandN

    2 days ago

    Thank you for making your property available. This was a great level well maintained spot for an overnight stop not to far off of I95. We used site 15. Mike welcomed us immediately and showed us an easy way to back into our spot. Looking forward to our trip home knowing there are spots like these. There's a great .5 mile trail around the property that our pups really appreciated. Again Thank You!

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    Truckcampin_N_fishn

    1 week ago

    We wish we could have met the owners but they were on the road. But there we're gracious enough to let us stay at their campsite. The bathroom was nice and clean. There was no water or electric but we didn't need that. We would definitely recommend this place

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    MelandMichelle

    1 month ago

    Quiet. A bit of a challenge for a big rig, but doable.

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    DCowdrey

    2 months ago

    Cedar Creek Campground is in the developing stages but will definitely be a 5 Star spot when completed. We just wanted a safe and quit place to spend the night so it fit us great! The 15 mile drive from I-95 is worth it! Michael was very friendly and even gave me an egg for my muffin mix! He spent time and effort to clear the trail for us to walk the dog! Very caring host!!

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    crystallineadventures

    2 months ago

    great amenities including hiking trails. outdoor shower was the best!

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