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Really nice campground near Rock Hill and Ft Mill. Our site had a great view of the water, overlooking the picnic pavilion, play areas, boat docks, etc., but from a far distance. There was 1 tree. Other sites had a few more trees, and the other side was heavily wooded. Sites 23 and 25 are the best, as they view the lake nicely. All are spacious. All in all, a great location!

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I love this place. It has been extensively upgraded, flowers planted, pavilion added, all sites have full hookups, boat docks all new, etc. The manager could not be nicer. Most sites are now seasonal, but there are probably 20 that are not. Some of these are on the water, as we were, and I mean right on the water, even with steps down to the water. Many people store their boats there for the season, and their is dock space for you to rent for your boat while you are there. It's a boater's paradise. The seasonal sites now all have matching canopies as outdoor rooms, and it looks very nice.

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Cane Creek is a very well-maintained county park on a 350 acre lake. The campground has over 100 sites, some FHU and others just elec and water. There is also a horse campground, group camping, and wilderness sites. We were in a FHU, all of which have a view of the lake. Some are wooded, others not as much. The FHU sites are also paved. This is a perfect park for families, with playgrounds, miniature golf, an arcade, fishing, volleyball, etc., and paved roads for bikes and trikes. It is extremely peaceful. There is a day use area across the lake with boat rentals, pedal boats, etc. We stayed a week and enjoyed each day.

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The proprietors are super nice and extremely helpful. We were given a pull-thru, which was great, but up by the office there is clutter and things aren't as tidy as they should be - overturned trash cans, boxes, etc. I think camping in the back would be better for scenery, as it is a scenic place, but those are back-ins. For one night, the pull thru was great, but if you want to spend a few days, go towards the back. Also, they have their own unbundled firewood and they are very generous with it. That one fact made up for everything else. There is a nice pool, too. It was easy to get to, with excellent roads.

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Beware--there are only 2 sites with sewer, but there is a dump station. The area is beautiful, the sites are huge, and some have shelters over the picnic tables. All the sites are concrete. The pluses are huge. But, the general park could sure use some cleaning up-- downed trees, dead trees, dead brush. It could be so much prettier. Keep in mind that the lake is 10-15 feet low. The boat ramps, fishing piers, and canoes are unusable. We were there for 3 weeks for business. Sulphur Springs is really cute and 25 minutes away. The Crump Family Vineyard is excellent and serves meals.

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This is the 2nd worst RV park I have ever camped in. It is unkempt, interior roads very poor, and a filthy office. The owners were nice, but that was the only redeeming feature. There is a small, clean pool. There had been no care of the weeds, the gravel, or any maintenance whatsoever. I cannot stress enough that I would not recommend this place. There is a very nice park just north on Hwy 45 that we enjoyed very much.

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For what it is, it's great! Very clean, meticulous care, small, and quiet. There is a train, but only twice while we were there and not at night. The pads are concrete, there is WiFi and cable TV, and the owner is very nice and helpful. There's nothing for kids, and no pool, but those things aren't important to us. We would certainly stop here again. Beware of other parks in the area!!