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Camp Springscommunity in SW Caswell County. Believed to have been named because Cornwallis's troops camped there during the American Revolution.
Camp Swamprises in S Columbus County and flows SE into Horry County, S.C., where it enters Buck Creek.
Camp TuscaroraBoy Scout camp and lake in S Wayne County S of Sleepy Creek.
Camp Two Branchrises in S Haywood County and flows NW into Middle Prong.
Camp Vancecentral Burke County, site of camp for state troops, 1861-64; named for Col. Zebulon B. Vance, Civil War governor. Raided by Federal troops in 1864.
Camp Vancea Civil War training camp near Sulphur Springs, central Buncombe County. Named for Col. Robert B. Vance of the 29th N.C. Regiment, which trained there.
Camp Whitinga Civil War training camp at Wilmington, W New Hanover County.
Camp WilsonSee Vaughan's Springs.
Camp Wyatta Civil War training camp in S New Hanover County about 2 mi. N of Fort Fisher. Named for Henry Lawson Wyatt, first North Carolina soldier killed in action in the Civil War, at Bethel Church, June 10, 1861.
Campaniaan estate of 19,000 acres in Currituck, Pasquotank, and Perquimans Counties owned by Thomas Macknight. Being developed at the time of the Revolutionary War.