3 Parks near Blackville, South Carolina
May 2011 - $14.00
This is a really great little state park if you're not looking for a lot of frills. Ponds to fish in and hiking trails. This is an older state park but the restrooms are cleaner than larger parks we've visited. During Memorial Day weekend the rangers came by frequently and checked out the sites and restroom facilities. It's a quiet place off the beaten path. A good place to relax. We have stayed here a couple of times and will go back. - suz1234u
Jul 2010 - $14.00
This campground is off the beaten path but if you're looking for good camping it's worth it. I would not suggest pulling any kind of trailer over 36' as I think it says on South Carolina's Park Site. We had a great time. Peace and quiet, really clean bathrooms, ponds to fish in, hiking trails, and a picnic area around the ranger station. This is an older park and some of the sites are not graveled but if you're looking to do some camping and don't need a lot of extras I highly recommend it. We will go back. - suz1234u
Mar 2010 - $31.00
We stayed one night at this very quiet, small, out of the way campground in March on our way to Florida. The bathhouse was dated but very clean. The campsites were far enough apart to enjoy and be somewhat private. The staff was professional, helpful and courteous. - qndenile
Apr 2016 - $20.00
$20 per night was for a level packed sand pull-though site with 30-amp electric and water. Our site, #12, was completely shaded by large trees. The site had a wooden picnic table and fire ring on the "wrong" side. As stated in previous reviews, it's a bit challenging to drive over the bumpy, narrow, tree-lined campground roads in a 40' motorhome towing a vehicle but it can be done. It was pleasantly quiet during our stay. The facility is well maintained and very attractive. The campground host was very friendly and helpful as was the park ranger. There are many activities available, which you can find listed on their website. The nearby city of Aiken is gorgeous in the old downtown area and has every amenity available. AT&T cell service was nonexistent and Verizon service was acceptable. We received eight digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
May 2014 - $18.00
Wonderful park! Hidden jewel, which is nice, because it isn't crowded, and I hope it stays that way. Yes, the main road through the campsites is a bit bumpy, but that is the only thing we could find wrong with it. Well, the water pressure was a tad low, too. Our campsite (#19) was spacious and we had no problem letting out the slide or the awning. We intended to walk to the start of the canoe trail on the South Fork Edisto River, but the camp ranger offered to drive us there, kudos! We had a wonderful time on the water, and on this trip for that matter. We will certainly be back! - knay111
Sep 2013 - $12.00
A very large state park and it has a small 25 site camping park nestled in the Pine Woods with the ground mostly covered with fallen pine needles. It was built in the 1930's by the CCC. The roads and the campsites reflect the custom of those times. They are small, even tiny and narrow. The roads are narrow enough as to make it awkward, even difficult for one to easily back a RV into a space. Pine trees rule! Way too many of them, which helps to block a camper from extending both sliders and awnings. The park has rental canoes which is a real plus. The park is somewhat off the beaten path accessible via paved country roads in a rather desolate part of the state. A park ranger told us that the busiest seasons here are either Spring or Fall. We were here in September and found the bugs great enough in number that we did not bother having a fire. Bathrooms are functional, clean, and well ventilated. TV reception was very good. Neither one of our cellular phones were able to make a connection. We'd recommend visiting this camp if you are an agile driver, had a smaller rig, and loved to canoe or fish. - DeltaViking
Sep 2016 - $38.00
An overnight stay for us, but as others have described this is a nice, family-oriented destination park. The sites are out in the open but the park is surrounded by forest. Very quiet area. Staff was friendly and competent. The site was level and hookups were convenient. We'd definitely stay here again. - telecommuting camper
Jul 2016 - $38.00
This is a park for people who have children and like the on site activities. From what we could see, they were all having a good time. It is very much out of the way for any type of a stop over park. There is very little in the surrounding area. The National Forest is a long drive. The spaces were definitely long enough to not disconnect. Plenty of room but you are parking in a grass field. In the event it rains you could have a problem.
It appears that there are a lot of full timers located along the tree line: where the shade is. Not a problem as this is physically a large park. Maintenance was ok, but the landscaping has seen better days. Fire ring is an old truck wheel.
Front office staff was polite. We kept blowing the breaker in the first space we were in. The owners moved us and all was fine.
I would say OK for an overnight park if it wasn't so far out of the way. - Zoey and Reba
Jun 2016 - $52.00
Great staff, property is very well maintained. We have twin 8 year olds and a 4 year old, who love this place. Great park area and pool too. - DianaFL