Set on 33 acres of lush parkland, Statesville East / I-40 / Winston-Salem KOA is located in the piedmont area of North Carolina offers a quality campground, quality activities and we are located 1/2 mile off the major US East/West Interstate, and to top it off - our staff are experienced and committed to providing you with a vacation to remember. Our park is complimented with first-class facilities and amenities, a new Jumping Pillow for all to enjoy, a sparkling Olympic size pool with a large sun deck, 18 hole mini-golf, a five acre fishing lake, game-room and play area with basketball, volleyball, badminton and a covered pavilion. We offer Kampsites from tent sites to 50Amp Pull Through sites for large RV's with slides. Our modern newly tiled bathhouse and laundry are air conditioned and heated, and to top all that we will personally escort every camper to their site. Our slogan is
'Specializing in Satisfied Kampers'
We're Jumping at KOA!!
Our Mountain of Fun for Everyone!
We at Statesville East / I-40 / Winston-Salem
KOA are proud
to announce the installation of the 'Incredible' Jumping Pillow
- the first installation of its kind in North Carolina.
North Carolina and aviation are inextricably linked. That's thanks in large part to a pair of Ohio brothers who on December 17, 1903 lifted free of earthly bonds at our Outer Banks for twelve seconds that changed the world.
North Carolina is home to over 120 species of trees, most of which are represented in the mountains. These trees are the masters that create the brilliant kaleidoscope of colors each Fall. Weekly foliage reports are posted here from the first week in October until early November. Use our interactive fall color forecaster to predict color across the state. Find the best places to bike, hike and drive to see the color display. Everything you need to plan your trip and more!
North Carolina Food
In a state known for its superb beauty, many sometimes overlook the exquisite offering of cuisine in North Carolina. With the coast providing a bounty from the sea through the native herbs of the heartland to the southern comforts of our mountains, North Carolina's menu is as varied as its landscape.
North Carolina Golf Trail
Beginning with Harry Vardon's visit to North Carolina in 1900 during an exhibition tour at Pinehurst, a tradition of excellent and beautiful courses began. Now, North Carolina is home to nearly 600 courses; each uniquely combines the regional features with the challenging game. This combination of natural beauty and challenging courses means North Carolina is the state to experience golf - the way it was meant to be played.
Deep in the storied Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, theres a revival going on. A revival of the culture of the Cherokee. This culture is undergoing a new flowering of the arts in all their varied expressions.