The Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort
Since 1976, our family owned and operated 5-Star Beachfront Campground has been THE go-to camping destination on the Crystal Coast. Located at 9102 Coast Guard Road, Emerald Isle, NC, our resort features 314 clean, grassy sites.
We compliment our beautiful beachfront campground with friendly staff, security, cleanliness and multiple camping amenities. Our number one priority is YOU, our camping guests, and we strive our best to ensure that you enjoy your stay. Our resort can accommodate any over-sized RV as well as any sized Camping Club. From the moment you arrive at our resort, you will be tended to by our courteous staff and will be escorted to your assigned site from the front gate. We are always available to assist you with any issue that may arise during your stay, and will see to it that you are taken care of until your departure.
The Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort has been rated one of the best campground resorts throughout the USA due to our ability to provide security, hospitable staff, clean campsites, clean restrooms and much more. Our #1 goal at our beachfront campground resort is to help you, your friends, and your family have THE MOST MEMORABLE camping experience EVER. We hope that your next camping trip will be with us so that you get to experience camping on the Crystal Coast like never before!
Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort FAQs
Are you pet friendly?
Yes, we do allow you to bring your pets on your camping trip. A few things to keep in mind when planning to bring your dogs:
- Pit Bulls are NOT allowed.
- There is a fee of $5 per pet/per night.
- Pets are allowed in the park and on the beach, but must be kept on a leash at all times.
- PLEASE make sure to pick up after your pet. There are several pet waste stations located throughout the park.
- Pets are not allowed in No-Hookup tent sites. Pets are also prohibited from the pool area, bathhouses, laundry room, and rental units.
- Please do not leave your pets unattended at your campsite.
Can I make reservations online?
No. We prefer to handle all reservations over the phone in order to establish a personal point of contact and answer any questions or concerns that may arise. Please call the resort office at (252) 354-2250 for more reservation information.
Do you allow campfires?
Yes, in a well-contained fire-pit that stands at least 2 feet off of the ground. Firewood bundles are normally available for purchase at the Emerald Isle Wine Market; a convenience store located right beside our resort office.
Do you allow golf carts?
Yes. You can bring your own golf cart or you can rent one from a few local businesses. If you bring your own, we do require proof of insurance. You must abide by all HTP Resort and Town of Emerald Isle policies, including the 5 MPH speed limit. ALL GOLF CART DRIVERS MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE. Golf carts are required to have a pass to enter the park. See our Camping Rates Page for Golf Cart Pass pricing.
Do you have any units available to rent?
Yes! We have 2 Park Model Rental Units! The rental units will come with a covered deck and outside seating, outdoor shower, full kitchen and bathroom. SMOKING IS PROHIBITED on the covered deck and inside the units. There is a 6 person maximum occupancy for these units. NO PETS are allowed on these sites. See our Rental Units Page for pricing and other information.
Do you have pull-thru sites?
Yes. The majority of our sites are pull-thru. After checking in, you will be escorted to your assigned site by our friendly park staff. They are always willing to help if you need further assistance.
Do you have worship services?
Yes! Curtis Hyler and Jubilation, a wonderful quartet that showcases the pure and southern sounds of Gospel music, provide worship services on Easter Sunday, Mother’s Day, every Sunday from Memorial Day through Labor Day, and for our annual HallowScream weekend. Services are held at the stage area at 9 AM and are open to the public.
Do you offer storage?
Yes! We offer storage for campers, boats, golf carts, and utility trailers. Storage can be for as short or as long of a period as you’d like. Our park staff will pull your camper onto the site on the day of your reservation and pull it off when you’re done. See the Storage Rates Page or call us for information on pricing.
Is there Cable TV available?
Yes. Cable TV is available on all sites with hookups at an additional $3.00 per night. Please bring your own Coaxial Cable if you plan on using cable.
Is there WiFi available?
Yes. We have WiFi available throughout the park. The Wifi name and password will be given to you at the time of check-in. Keep in mind our Wifi is designed for basic internet needs such as browsing and emailing. Streaming video on platforms like Netflix, Hulu, Youtube or Facebook are not ideal and, with the sheer number of people in the park, sometimes impossible. To meet the growing needs of our guests, we will be upgrading our park Wifi to handle those services in the Fall of 2017.
What are the check in and check out times?
Peak Season (June 1st- September 1st): Check-In time is 2:00 PM and Check-Out time is 12:00 (Noon).
Off Season: Check-In at any time (as long as the site is open) and Check-Out time is 2:00 PM
You can call ahead to see if your site will be available for early check-in or late check-out.* $10 fee per-hour
What does the *(asterisk) mean on the park map?
The asterisk on the park map indicates that 50 AMP electric service is available. If you wish to use the higher amp electric there is an additional charge of $5.00 per night.
When can I start making reservations?
HallowScream Weekend is the first time we start taking reservations for the following year. Everyone that camps with us for that fun-filled weekend has the ability to come in the resort office and book their sites on Saturday. For everyone that can’t camp that weekend, we open up the phone lines on Sunday morning.
Where is The Holiday Trav-L-Park Resort located?
Our Resort is located in Emerald Isle, North Carolina, which is considered the southern most tip of the Outer Banks (otherwise known as the Crystal Coast). It’s part of the same Barrier Island that makes up Atlantic Beach, Indian Beach, Pine Knoll Shores, and Salter Path. See our Contact Page for an aerial map of the park and surrounding area.