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Well kept, back to nature, SC State Park. Easy access. About 1 mile off I-85 exit 1. There are over a hundred paved, wooded RV sites. Tents are permitted on rv sites too Fire rings and tables Well kept roomy sites with clean water/electric area. Room for slide outs. Spacious back-ins and several pull thrus. 3 loops. Two clean dump stations with easy access. Easy to ride bicycles about the paved roads with a couple challanging hills if you choose. 2 dump stations. Lake fronts to boat and swim in. Good fishing too. We parked our 30 ft RV + cargo trailer in the middle section and at night it was quieter than any place we have EVER stayed at. Yes we would stay here again. We like the fact that we can see an exact picture of the site before we chose, on the South Carolina State Parks online reservation section.

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"Jan" the park attendant was helpful, cheerful and friendly. Made us feel at home. Spacious,clean nice gravel sites 60-100' long. Cable &WiFi Awesome view even tho Lake Mead water is extremely low. We liked the locality. Would stay again for sure. Admission to National Park required before entering RV Village area. Felt safe there.

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If you want to enjoy the Hilton Head area and not spend all your money on the RV park rent then this is the place for you. Its low key, nice and quiet, no frills. Kids welcomed too. Lots of space to roam, swimming pool and even free WI-FI are available during your stay. Older but Very clean restrooms and the NEW OWNERS are exceptionally nice making available each and every camper to have a good stay.

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Driver BEWARE. This park is the tightest maneuvering park we have ever been in. Better not have a very long or high rig because it is dangerous getting through all the tall pines, low branches and tight turns. No grass, just pine needles everywhere. Not a friendly staff but maybe one. In fact, two were down right rude. We should have left before ever setting up but we were tired and this park is so far in the boonies where else would one go? West Virginia has so many wonderful parks so best to check them out first and maybe skip Holly River State Park.