1256 Longest Acre Road   Snow Camp, NC 27349
Phone 336-376-8324

Owner/ Operator: John & Natalie Maness



 John and I came up with the name Cane Creek Campground because the campground sits on the Cane Creek mountain range and Cane Creek itself runs freely just a few miles away. It is near present day Snow Camp, in Alamance County, NC. As history has it some hunters from Pennsylvania camped near the Cane Creek during the winter of 1748. That winter brought snow two to three feet deep. The hunters had to cut trees for fire wood so they cut them the level with the snow. When the hunters and other settlers came back the following year they recognized the cut trees and the area became known as,  “Snow Camp”. Nearby there is Cane Creek Friends Meeting Quaker Church. This church celebrated its 250 year history in October of 2001. It’s the oldest active meeting in Piedmont, NC. As you can see there is a lot of rich history in this small town. We are anticipating your visit with us at Cane Creek Campground and making history in Snow Camp, North Carolina. We have been open for 13 years "OPEN" and are looking forward to many more. Please see our events page to find out the latest news and up coming events. John and I would like to dedicate the events page to the late John D. Maness, Sr. who was the founder of a popular bluegrass festival in Snow Camp, North Carolina and the inspiration to continue to grow as a campground.


  • Plenty of level camping sites with shade
  • Hot showers
  • Bluegrass museum
  • Fishing pond
  • Lighted grounds
  • Picnic tables
  • Camp fires allowed (limited fire rings at campsites)
  • Walking track
  • Wi-Fi (limited to certian sites)
  • Owner on site 24 hours
  • Tanger Outlets - Mebane, NC (Grand Opening Fall 2011!)
  • Shopping: Alamance Crossing - Burlington & Tanger Outlets - Mebane NC
  • Centrally located in the Piedmont area 20 minutes from Greensboro, 30 minutes from Raleigh area. Nearby colleges: Elon University, Alamance Community College, UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-G, NC State and Duke University.


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