We liked this park and would stay again. The previous reviews are accurate, full hookups are available and the pullthrough sites vary from fairly level to not so good. Views of the beautiful green meadow is nice. Access road and sites are gravel. It appears the long-term tenants are at the front of the park near the road, so there's very little traffic to the short-term folks in the back. The walking paths are fairly short (maybe 2 miles total) but traverse beautiful woodland and run along the river. Not really a place for bike riding, however. We stayed for a week due to the great weekly rate. Most sites have tables and their "community firepits", which are stocked with wood daily, are very nice for meeting people in the evening. Although the office was closed when we arrived, there was a phone there that we used to call the owner and they told us to pick whichever site we liked. Stores are fairly close, in Powdersville, and major stores are up I85 about 12 miles. Don't miss the BMW factory tour about 25 miles north, if you can get a reservation. They book well in advance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, great Wi-Fi, only free air TV but great reception. Nice pull-throughs on top of hill overlooking a grass meadow. Dark and quiet. Just off I-85. Great for covering waterfalls from Toccoa to Brevard. You're not in the steep foothills at this place. Cracker Barrel is one exit north. Weekly rate of $175. Would highly recommend this park for people looking for nice place to walk or to exercise their dogs. Level granite gravel sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a quiet, relaxing park that is easily accessible from the Interstate. Sites are gravel and are moderately level - we did use a few blocks to help level our motorhome. The sites are located in clusters in different areas of the park, providing a sense of smallness. Our site was in a short-term area and overlooked a beautiful meadow. There are a number of walking trails and a map is available in the office... when it is open. Most of the time we drove by the office during the three days we were camped there, it was closed. There are no bathrooms or laundry facilities, but that is not that important to me. The park is an 'adult' park. Children are permitted on a limited basis. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners are very friendly and accommodating. Though the campground does state "Adults Only" there are provisions for grandchildren if not left unattended. We did notice a cable wire at our site but did not use it. Owners are doing a lot to make the site better with new trails and more sites. I would not rate this a fancy place at all, but it was comfortable and friendly. I would gladly stay here again. Our granddaughter was having surgery nearby and they were very eager to be helpful in any way. Our site was level enough and there was a deck right outside the RV door. It would have helped if the electrical box was a little further to the side as my slide came to about 1/2" from it. That was my only complaint. I do not believe restroom and shower were available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has a lot of potential. It is situated on 80 acres of gently rolling land. It is far enough from I-85 that traffic noise is not a problem. Electrical hookups and internet access were fine. The water connection was in a pit below ground level, making connecting a bit inconvenient. The biggest complaint that we have with this park is that it has NO SHOWER/BATH HOUSE! NONE! ZIP! No cable TV, although over-the-air stations were plentiful and came in really well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were looking for peace and quiet after a very busy work week. We found it. The hosts were most accommodating. They went above and beyond to assist in making us happy. We camped in space 323 and had a beautiful view of the meadow. There is a trail to the Saluda River with chairs for relaxing when you get there. My husband caught three bass in the fishing pond. We caught up on reading and relaxing for sure. We will surely come back! What a great place to rest. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a park for for seniors over the age of 45. We were disappointed in this park. The sites were gravel, not level and full of weeds. We were in the short-term area and the sites were very close together. The road getting to the sites was narrow. The Wi-Fi had a very poor signal, so we could not use it. There is a large open field for dogs to play. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground with well spaced sites. They are all in natural settings though and many are off level and require blocks. WiFi is excellent. Helpful, friendly owners. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A quiet, secluded campground (45 and older: but they'll allow quiet couples without kids who are a little younger), located about a mile off of I-85. Several pull through spaces available. Some with shade. Spaces in the back have a nice pasture view. Small pong/lake and a walking trail to the Saluda river. Our spot was pretty level, gravel. Good Wi-Fi. Does not have restrooms or showers that I'm aware of. Will definitely stay here again. Our 40 foot 5th wheel fit fine with extra parking space. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good Sam discount reflected. Roads are wide enough with plenty of height clearance, paved & crushed gravel. Sites are crushed gravel with some concrete pads. Park looks nice with good spacing, some shady sites and very nice picnic tables (even a little grassy area, too). BIG shared fire ring across from us. Old dirt road around a pond and down to the river for wooded walks and could probably launch kayak, too . Owners/staff are very friendly, pick up trash in the morning and "patrol" several times a day. Park is quiet. Wi-Fi was upgraded (or repaired) while we were here. Good Verizon coverage. Only 15 min to downtown Greenville (like 6 traffic lights). Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was the most beautiful, well maintained park I have stayed at. The hosts are just awesome and go well above and beyond the call of duty to make their guests feel welcome. I love that it is a park for older adults so it is really quiet with no kids running around screaming. All the lots are huge and lots of shade. Not too many lots so it is quaint! And very very clean! 5 stars from me! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park only a few miles from Greenville. Most sites have a slight incline but that was not a problem. There are no restrooms or showers. We had a very nice shaded lot but it was not within the range of the Wi-Fi. The owners/host are very friendly. They sometimes bring a band in for entertainment at the river. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Roads and lots are mostly gravel. Lot we stay on was recently re-graveled and leveled. We stayed in a pull through that had a wonderful view of a valley. I would recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only reason for a 2 instead of 1 was good location. Lots of red ants. Had to move twice at office for other vehicles to get by when unhooking. Could not level on either site they gave us. Owners just cutting out sites and throwing down gravel. NO amenities, NO Wi-Fi in our area, No cable, NO swimming pool, NO bathhouse, you get the picture. Would not camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good park for overnight. We only stayed one night passing through, but would not mind staying several days. We stayed in the area past the office. It was very quiet and restful. The large field and open area to the back of the spaces is nice. I had no problem getting a signal on my dish. Everyone in the office was friendly. We will use Ivy Acres again on our travels. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had to come up to Greenville from Florida for a family emergency. All the parks in Greenville were filled with construction workers and very run down. They were basically low income housing. We were trying to find a real RV park, then we found this park. The manager was so helpful and understanding. The park simple and clean with nice gravel pull thorough sites and great high speed WiFi. No restrooms or showers, but neither did any of the other parks in town. The price is $30 a night. Our price reflects the weekly rate. This is by far the best park near Greenville. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very quiet and secluded location, one mile off I-85. Walk to Saluda River. Seems oriented toward longer term campers. "The park is for self-contained RV units only. No bath / shower facilities are available." Pleasant and helpful on site manager. Gravel sites, fairly level, with table and hookups. Well maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.