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The two RV Gypsies
parked their RV at
Four Oaks Lodging & RV Resort
4606 US Highway 301 S
Four Oaks, NC
(Johnston County)
phone '909.963.3596
July 19-22, 2021

NOTE: Comments do not make the campground good or bad in general. They are just the observations and opinion of the two RV Gypsies on a certain date.

USA map showing location of NcNC map showing location of Four Oaks

It was a very rainy day, and not much fun to drive the big RV in such conditions. There were many big puddles in the yards of the houses that the two RV Gypsies drove by, and of course, lots of puddles in the roadways as well. But the two RV Gypsies arrived safely at their destination.

Four Oaks Lodging & RV Resort is about 40 miles from Raleigh, NC. The campground had Wi-Fi and full hook-ups and it was only $32 a night. The water pressure was great. Only a few TV stations came in via antenna, and not that well.

big rain puddles Four Oaks RV Resort address

It was still raining, so while Lee Duquette entered the campground registration area, Karen Duquette remained in the RV and took some photos through the front window of the RV to entertain herself.

Four Oaks Lodging & RV office

Below: From the front window of her RV, Karen Duquette photographed the one-story building which has 10 guest rooms for non RVers .

The Lodging for non-RVers The Lodging for non-RVers

Below: As Karen Duquette looked to the left of the building shown above, she saw the sign for Four Oaks Lodging and two deer statues.

Four Oaks Lodging sign and fake deer

Below: Alongside of the Four Oaks Lodging building, there were 2 swans made out of old lawn chairs.  It appeared that they were trying to eat the grass. How Clever.

2 swans made out of old lawn chairs

Driving to their RV parking spot in the campground, the two RV Gypsies noted that there were a lot of older, permanent stationary trailers and not too many empty spots.

older, permanent stationary trailers.

Below: The long, back-in site assigned to the two RV Gypsies and a close-up of their neighbor's trailer. The neighbor had a big dog and the two RV Gypsies heard him yelling, "Shut Up Dog" every time the two RV Gypsies were outside of their RV.

The long, back-in site assigned to the two RV Gypsies neighbor's trailer.
overview of sites

Below: Since the two RV Gypsies were in a back-in site, this is the view they had looking out the front window of their RV.

permanent trailer

Below: Trailer and private yard behind the fence shown next to the two RV Gypsies' RV.

Trailer and private yard Lee Duquette by AWO

Below: Train tracks behind the trees alongside of the campground. The two RV Gypsies could hear the noise of the train wheels on the tracks. But at least the train did not have to blow its horn because the train did not cross over any roads nearby.

train tracks
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