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5 RV Parks near Buffalo, South Carolina
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Buffalo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Buffalo in the left hand column.
Apr 2017 - $20.00
We stayed for 3 weeks and loved it even though we had to move sites a couple of times to work around other previous reservations. We stayed on both sides - the lake campground and the office campground. The lake side is beautiful but the sites are smaller and not as level. Site 48 was great on that side - long, level, and spacious (but not next to the water.) The roads on this side are tight and steep in spots. On the office side, the roads are easier to maneuver and the sites are all spacious and pretty level. We attended a horse show on Saturday morning which was fun. We saw lots of people renting boats and using the lake for boating and fishing. The campground is 3 miles from the front gate, and cell signal is almost non-existent in the park. We had no T-Mobile signal and only 1-2mb download signal with our Verizon booster. The park rangers and campground hosts were all very nice and helpful. We would go back here! - mmhopper
Jan 2017 - $25.00
Stayed in office loop. Most sites level, in office loop, tho close. Host. Feb to November they have big horse shows the 3rd weekend of month therefore very busy. Lake is nice. Watch out for horse poop piles. Loop was tight w 35' fifth wheel but manageable. - Grady1
May 2016 - $26.00
Large state park with wooded campground, playground, horse rings and stables and many trials for biking, walking, etc. There is even a shooting range in the state park if that interests you. No sewer at the sites, but a dump station near the entrance. The campground is several miles from the main park entrance. Sites are good size with a fire pit and picnic table. The lake loop has numerous sites with views of the lake. There is no swimming in the lake, but kayaks and canoes to rent. - Kelsey Ledare
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Very quiet campground about 4 miles from the interstate. We had a level pull-through site. Our internets, both Verizon and T-Mobile, were spotty. There is a small, maybe 50' hill with a 8-10% grade when you leave. We were able to get a signal on our Direct TV satellite dish, and there are many OTA channels available. We would stay here again. - Liz I.
Jul 2018 - $41.00
This is a nice park not too far off the road, but with no noise from the road. Very shady, level sites, nice pool. Staff very friendly. I would stay here again. - mary mcmoo
Jul 2018 - $36.00
Used as a layover for one night. Nice park. A little off the highway with a tight driveway for big rigs. Nice flowers and pond. Sites reasonable size. Owners great and try hard. Would go again. - ascolo122222
Oct 2018 - $31.00
My friends and I stayed here recently, while participating in a precision rifle match at the nearby Clinton Plantation (12 miles/10 mins up I-26).On-arrival, the staff was very courteous and helpful. They guided us to our assigned camp spot, and anytime we stopped into the office/store we were met warmly. - Ed Grossheim
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Friendly Staff. Clean. Nice Pool. Pull through sites. Gravel, Level. Small store but well stocked. Nice bathroom/shower. Close to Interstate. Easy off and on. Nice park to stay while traveling through. Gas station at exit. Propane fill up available. - Jan Orlando
Aug 2018 - $31.00
Easy drive from Exit 60 of I-26. Car enough from the interstate to reduce noise. Interior roads are travel as well as site drives. Some grass between sites. Not much nearby. The place is isolated. - eaglessoc
Sep 2018 - $45.00
We arrived after several days of rain and had to walk in water to get around site. I was not impressed! Nearby Freightliner recommended this park while attending their Camp Freightliner and shuttle service was provided to their training facility. Driving around the KOA we saw their premium sites at the rear of the park and if we return that is where we will stay, they are very nice sites. - SunnyTravelers
Sep 2018 - $46.00
This a large, quiet RV park located not far from I-85. Check in was easy with an escort to our site. Interior roads are in good condition. Nearly all of the sites are FHU. The older section has smaller back-in sites under well trimmed pine trees. There is a newer section with open, gravel, pull-through sites. Then there is the deluxe area with very long and wide paved pull-through sites with a patio and table and chairs. There is a large fenced dog park and lots of open green space and trails for walking and running a large dog. Bathrooms and showers were clean and modern. - JoyceM
Aug 2018 - $50.00
Of all the KOA's I have stayed at this one is by far my favorite. We stayed in the back in the concrete pull through sites which have lots of room and green space. I cannot say enough good about the staff and the park. Staff and owner are very friendly and very accommodating. We paid for the high speed WiFi and were able to watch Netflix and anything streaming. They have an excellent enclosed dog park which our dogs loved. Also the pool was clean and had a nice deep end. Great play area for the kids. We are heading back to this area in October and looking forward to staying here again. Even the long term residents were very friendly. Great place. - Shwillia
May 2018 - $20.00
Chester State Park is a beautiful, small campground. The grounds and roads are very well maintained, and the sites are clean. Sadly, there are only 3 sites with an open view to the lake (which is 50+ yards or more away)... which means that if anyone wants to spend time at the lake (which is everyone), they have to cut through the areas around those 3 sites to get to it. This doesn't seem like it would be an issue, as there are several ways to get around the sites without cutting right through someone else's campsite, but it seems that cutting through an actual site is the way most people made their way down there. Basically, there's not much respect for "personal space". We didn't really have an issue with this, and still found the trip to be very relaxing (even with the distance to the lake, the view was amazing), but if you are more of a private person, this may be annoying to you. Another nice feature is that this park has a disc golf course, but you need to be a bit better than a beginner to really enjoy it (we are beginners). The course is cut out nicely, but it's still like hiking and the "rough" is really rough, so losing your disc in the woods can result in a lot of brier cuts and scrapes. - FlowerChild7275
Apr 2018 - $18.00
Site was very nice for one without sewer hook-ups. Electric was stable and good. Water pressure was a little low for us to take showers. One of the toilets in the men's bathroom was broken loose from the floor and appeared to have been that way for a long time. My wife told me that there was two toilets in the women's bathroom that were broken the same way. The main problems that we had was with the enforcement of their pet policies. We kept our small dog on a 6' leash as the rules stated, but there were several other campers that just let their dogs run loose with nothing restricting their movements. One of the campers had a very large dog that was on about a 20' rope and when we went by that campsite I thought the dog was going to break the rope until the owner had to grab the dog and physically restrain him. Also there were several sites where the dogs were tied out to a tree, or the camper, and allowed to stay there. I thought that you were not supposed to do that. We tried to be very careful of the other camper's sites when we were walking but I noticed that some of the other campers did not care and would just walk through any of the sites that they wanted to. I also noticed several sites that had at least three or more vehicles parked at the site. Most of these sites are small and barely able to have one vehicle parked much less 3 or 4 vehicles. We also noticed that some of the vehicles were driving very fast through the campgrounds even though there was a 5 mph speed limit. This could be a great place to camp if the camp host or the rangers would monitor the campers and make them obey the rules. Why have rules if you are not going to enforce them? We will not be staying at Chester State Park again until they start making everyone go by the rules. - dakota ev
Apr 2018 - $21.00
Chester State Park is a frequent camping destination for us.
>They recently upgraded all of the sites with 50 amp service! Yay! Hopefully sewer will come with a future upgrade.<
The park is generally pretty quiet and a great place for a relaxing weekend getaway for us.
The campsites are well kept. The grills and campfire rings have also recently been upgraded at each site.
I cannot comment on the restroom and shower facilities as we do not ever use them.
The children's playground is located in the park's main picnic and recreation area, which is away from the campground. - landcruisers