Tanglewood Park RV Campground
4201 Manor House Circle
Clemmons, NC 27012
2019 Season: March 1 – December 1
Date(s) of Stay
April 5 – 7, 2019
20/30/50 Amp, Water, Sewer
Wi-Fi: My connection was great, but my spot (#44) was right next to the wi-fi booster.
Picnic tables at each spot
Large Dog Park (within Tanglewood Park and just outside of the campground)
Outside of the campground, but within Tanglewood Park: fishing, hiking and biking trails, horseback riding,
outdoor pool, golf courses, tennis
Daily RV Rates
All sites are $35.00 per night.
Rate Discounts for
Big Rig Friendly?
I did see a tag-axel there, but the concern for larger rigs may be the ability to level your RV as many of the sites are sloped.
About a mile off of I-40. Easy entrance.
This is a very clean, well-maintained 44 site campground inside of a county park. I was just there over a spring weekend, and while the campground itself was not full, you could tell the county park is a popular recreational area for the locals.
For $35 a night, you get full-hookups, cable, wifi, a picnic table, all on a cement pad.
The staff could not have been friendlier! In fact, as I was leaving my driveway, I received a call from the office saying she had some cancellations for the weekend (due to weather), and she could move me to a more level spot than the one I had reserved. I was very grateful for her proactive attitude! Then when I arrived, I was sweetly greeted by another campground worker, who then notified the campground host that I was there, and he met me at the entrance to escort me to my spot. I love it when campgrounds do that!
There is only one bathhouse for the entire campground, and while mostly clean, it is an older type bathhouse. Therefore, I chose to shower in my campervan, rather than in the bathhouse.
There is also only one dumpster area, and it is in the far back corner of the campground. Personally, I wasn’t too far away from it, but I can see where that would be inconvenient for campers in the first couple of rows.
If you like to bike, definitely bring your bike with you. There is a paved path that runs through the campground and the county park, and there are also dirt paths through the woods. (I stayed on the paved path.) Lots of joggers, walkers, and bikers were out the weekend I was there, so I felt safety in numbers, even though I was camping alone.
There is a Harris Teeter (grocery), as well as restaurants (Papa Johns, Subway, a Mexican restaurant, etc.), a PetSense, and a few other shops, not far at all from the main entrance of the park. – Maybe a half mile away. I biked there several times. So convenient!
Bottom line: I really enjoyed staying here! It was easy to get to. It was clean, well-maintained, and the workers were so friendly. The spots are all cement, so even though it rained my first day there, my van and I were none the muddier for it. It is a peaceful setting, only miles from Winston-Salem, NC. I would definitely like to stay here again, and instead of spending my entire time in the campground, I would like to explore Winston-Salem and see what it has to offer.
Before deciding on this park, I read several reviews online, and the biggest concern folks had with this park was the ability to level their rigs given the slope of the spots. This wasn’t too concerning to me, as I was just in our 24′ camper van, but if you have a larger rig, perhaps speak with the office first, and ask for a level (or more level) spot.
If you do stay here in the future, or have stayed here in the past, I would love to hear what you thought of Tanglewood! Send me a comment when you have a chance!