Located in the Neuse River Recreation Area in eastern North Carolina, Flanners Beach Campground is situated on a bluff overlooking the scenic Neuse River and within a half-hour drive from the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway.
The campground has 41 sites, 22 of which offer electrical hookup with 20/30/50 amps. Amenities include a bathhouse with private hot showers and an adjacent day-use picnic area. Check out time is 11:00am and Check in time is 1:00pm to allow for campsite to be maintained. There is a 14 day stay limit within a 30 day period. Once a 14 day stay limit is reached, the camping unit must leave the campground. Access to the beach has been closed since hurricane Florence and will continue to be until the planned restoration work has been completed.
- 22 campsites have electrical hookups, and all sites can accommodate RVs and tents.
- Check out time is 11:00am and Check in time is 1:00pm to allow for campsite to be maintained.
- There is a 14 day stay limit within a 30 day period. Once a 14 day stay limit is reached, the camping unit must leave the campground to allow others the equal opportunity to use the site.
No full RV Sewer hookups at campsites, electrical hookups only. Rv's should use the Dump Station to empty Black and Grey water tanks
- No boat ramp available.
- Alcohol Use is Prohibited
A few sites are designed to accommodate two times the number of people that a single site can accommodate. The cost for those sites is double the single site fee, plus double the electrical surcharge. There is no Interagency Pass discount for double sites.
Neuse River/Fanner's beach access will remain closed until further notice. They are closed due to damage sustained by Hurrican Florence. The picnic tables and restroom will remain open for public use
The Neuse River is a coastal waterway where saltwater meets fresh, and is approximately two miles wide where the waters meet. The river empties into the Bogue Sound just a few miles down-stream.
Special places in the area include the Beaches of the Crystal Coast of North Carolina, Tryon Place (the original governor's mansion of the thirteen colonies), the third oldest town in the state and seat of Carteret County, Beaufort, NC, and Fort Macon (an original pre-Civil War Fort).
The area includes a three mile non-motorized trail. Water activities abound and include canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Hunting is also popular in the area but you must use an alternate location to access the water for these activities.
There is a $10.00 fee to cancel Reservations. Reservations canceled within the 3 days of arrival may result in the loss of the fee for one or more nights stay.
141 E. Fisher Ave. New Bern NC 28560
Flanners Beach Road New Bern NC 28560
For campground inquiries, please call: 252-638-5628
Flanners Beach Campground is located between New Bern and Morehead City, North Carolina, just 1/2 mile off US 70.
From New Bern, travel southeast about ten miles on US 70E. Turn left onto Flanners Beach Road (State Route 1107) and travel about 1/2 mile to the recreation area.
From Morehead City, travel northwest on US 70W about 20 miles. Turn right onto Flanners Beach Road (State Route 1107) and travel about 1/2 mile to the recreation area.