6 Parks near Chapin, South Carolina
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Chapin. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Chapin in the left hand column.
Jul 2016 - $28.00
Stayed in camp ground B, site 50. Site is fully paved, fire ring and picnic table. It's nicely wooded and looks at big water, not water front, water view. The driveway is flat at the top and has a slight grade after about 20 feet. If you're in anything over 30 ft or so, make sure you have blocks for your frontt leveler(s). I dumped my air bags and then leveled and was fine. Also, the location of the site in ref to how the road turns is pretty tight getting in with a 40'er. This site faces south, if you have a directional antenna, point it south, I received about 18 channels. - gsc66
Apr 2016 - $29.00
What a beautiful park! A large park and still almost every site backs into the edge of the lake which works great for us as we have a back living room with a big back window. Our site was long, which is a must for us at 33' and the 30 amp utilities were well placed. No sewer, but there is an easily accessible dump station. The pads are asphalt and could use a little upkeep, but all in all a wonderful place to stay. Plenty of walking, but only a couple of short hiking trails. We are full-timers and look for places we would want to stay for weeks at a time. This is one we would love to stay at - but would need full hook ups to really do that. - the Fishers
Dec 2015 - $24.00
Loop A, Spot 20 is a great spot for the 40' pusher. Elec, water, bath/shower house were great and newly remodeled. Can't say much more, for 24 bucks per night, on Lake murray....this is a no brainer. We've stayed at this SP several times before, first time in loop A, smaller than B, but still a great time with walking ad biking trails. - gsc66
May 2016 - $28.00
We stayed a week at Woodsmoke. We were part of a mission team working on local houses that were affected by the floods last fall. We checked in during a heavy rain. The roads & sites are gravel. Roads & our site were fine. We worked a bit at getting the rig level, but the site was fine. Water pressure was great so make sure to have your regulator on!
The park is fairly full with full time workers. But the owners keep several sites open for those of us coming thru the area. What's important to us is that whoever is in the park keeps a clean site & the park is safe & quiet. The owners checked on us several times during our stay. They are on site & can respond as needed.
This park isn't a resort so I won't rate it or downgrade it because it doesn't have a pool or other amenities. It's a mile off the interstate, easy access. Close to shopping & restaurants. And for us close to where we needed to be. If we were in the area, we would stay here again. - 3catstravel
Apr 2015 - $28.00
This park is very old and ran down. It caters to long term contractors working at building area power plants. Interior roads are rutted and narrow with encroaching trees. Our site was un-level and muddy during our visit. Most of the buildings in the park are run down and in need of demolition. There is a new housing development on adjacent land, plus the town seems to be growing in this direction. Our feeling is the owners are bidding their time for a buyout and not putting any money into the park. On the plus side, power, water and sewer hookups were all satisfactory. - Teacher's Pet
Sep 2013 - $28.00
This is an older campground, and it shows it. That said, we were, to my total surprise, able to get the coach leveled. There is nothing fancy about this camp, which is stuck in amongst a stand of pines and oaks. (Don't expect to get a satellite signal.) I saw no play ground for kids, nor any other amenity. The Wi-Fi worked good and the power and water were acceptable. The camp is an easy drive from I-26, but the entrance is very narrow, as is the road leading to the office and around the camp to your site. (A forty-footer better disconnect at the office.) The sites appeared to filled with permanent motorhomes and trailers. The only three spots open were the "pull through" two with 30 AMP only and the third with 30 and 50 AMP. I would stay here again, but only for the night if I was traveling somewhere else. Stayed in a 34' coach with Toad. - Darfantin
Aug 2014 - $30.00
This is a gem of a hidden campground. Located on a major highway with easy in out access. Very clean, friendly helpful owners and a great pool. They also take passport america without any stay restrictions. Far above our expectations. - Dixster
May 2014 - $18.00
The rate reflects the Passport America weekly rate. We are here for 2 weeks and this park has everything we need, good water pressure, good voltage and a level site. It even has a nice swimming pool that we really don't need but that's OK. It is only 7 miles to Lexington that has Home depot, Walmart, Tractor Supply and lots of eating places and service stations. It is 20 miles from downtown Columbia which is convenient. Nothing fancy but we don't look for fancy. We would stay here again if in the area. - zrxh14
May 2014 - $15.00
Super nice owners, clean park. Small but easy to back in. Great pool, complimentary soda in fridge by pool. Nice laundry for $1.00 wash and $1.00 dry. As stated by previous reviewers, it is a small park behind their home, but we like it so much staying an additional night. - dj4pres
Oct 2016 - $31.00
This park on the southwest side of Columbia and is convenient to Interstates 26, 20 and 77 so they seem to get a lot of customers who are passing through. I would sum it up as "average". The driveways are asphalt with lots of potholes. The site pads are dirt, gravel and grass. The bathrooms are self-contained toilet, shower and sink units. They were generally clean although one of them seemed to have a problem with ants. There is free WiFi but we could not get it from our site, we had to go to the office in order to use it. We had a long and level pull through with a concrete patio, picnic table, cable TV and full hookups with 50 amp electric service. AT&T 4G signal strength is good here at -102dBm. We paid $31 per night with Good Sam discount. - Coopsecondact
Sep 2016 - $31.00
Pulled into this park for a single night stay as a stopover on our way south. Convenient location off Interstate 20 makes it an excellent choice when you want to stop and go.
We were assigned to one of the pull through sites that easily accommodated our 44' motorhome and 16' towed vehicle without disconnecting. Full hookups were conviently located but we used only the 50 amp electrical. Good spacing between neighbors. Hosts were great. This park is on our permanent list as a stopover when traveling through the area. - Rob&Terri
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Very busy campground with easy access from I-20 & I-26. Many pull thru sites of grass and gravel. Mostly level sites. Behind a large Flea Market so weekends are probably hopping. Utilities were fair: power kept dropping below 110 which was a concern.
While difficult to police, would have given a better rating if there hadn't been dog waste around our site, even though they provide baggies and receptacles. Cannot understand people who don't pick up. Feel sorry for the dog as you wonder what other ways their owner is irresponsible. We were only here for a short overnight and wouldn't stay longer. - SerenityRVing
Jun 2014 - $30.00
Rustic setting. Park was clean and quiet. Enjoyed having the flea market close by, as well as reasonable driving to town. Staff friendly and helpful, especially with directions. Enjoyed our stay. - witchey1
Jun 2011 - $30.00
'Enjoy American' lists this park @ $25, we paid $30. The host did not get out of his chair during check in and was discourteous. No park map is provided and no information on the location of showers or restrooms and dumpsters. The host told us to pick our spot, to avoid the sites that are roped off because they have no electrical. There is a huge dip in the entrance, just past the office, and from that point on this park just did not feel good. The entrance road is paved, a frontage road to the left is paved, all the others are soft sand. I drove a little way into the park and parked the rig, then walked until I located a site that I felt I could access without getting stuck in the sand towing the fifth wheel. All the sites are tilted so leveling blocks will be required and they add stability in the sand under your jacks. Fire and Piss Ants are everywhere and the park has done nothing to control them. After I set up I moved my pickup to clear the road in front of the rig and got stuck briefly in the sand on the road. Wi-Fi is free here, local company. We use Clearwire and had a strong signal here. Cable TV is not available; over the air picked up 4 channels, two of them the same. 50AMP with good voltage, water and sewer are good. 95% of the residents here are long term and some of the rigs are pretty rough. The park is is a bad state of repair and maintenance. Once upon a time the park was much larger but much of it is abandoned and no longer in use. It's quiet and services are 4 or 5 miles away. Diesel is down to $3.69 at several stations nearby. I do not usually rate quite this low, but this park just doesn't feel good, its poorly kept and there are no areas set aside for kids or playground equipment. If you ride a bicycle, this isn't a place to try it with the loose, soft sandy roads. - SilverBear
Oct 2010 - $30.00
Nice park, lots of trees, wide sites. All sites are on grass/sandy but easy to get level. Close to the SC State fair, dining and Wal-mart. Friendly owner staff. Would stay there again. They do have a sign that says "bath house" by the building but never used it. - reviewer3
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Very helpful staff. Hiking trails, ponds. Larger then it looks. Lots of trees. Would stay here again. - WuffWuff
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Stayed 1 night on the way back home to GA, called while on I-77 about 2 hours from the campground and got the last available site. Pull-through site, water/sewer/elec. Managers extremely helpful and nice. Note this park only takes cash or check, no credit. Nice relatively short hiking trail goes past first campground pond, through the woods and comes out at a second pond in a small field.
Very clean, quiet campground, no Wi-Fi or cable; Verizon signal excellent. Most sites have long-term occupants. - Kitty G
May 2016 - $40.00
Little Cedar Creek Campground is located on E. Peach Road, about 2-miles off of I-77 (Exit #32) in Ridgeway, SC. We have stayed at this campground twice, once for 2-nights in October 2015 and then again for 4-nights in May 2016. Check-in at both times was quick and efficient. The managers, Chris and Janelle, whom we met during our first stay, were very nice and friendly. On our second stay, we met the owner, a very nice fellow who was just as friendly. The campground, which is open year round, offers 42 RV sites and 5 cabins. All RV sites offer 30/50 AMP, sewer and water. They do accept big rigs and offer a few pull through sites as well. This campground only accepts cash, no credit cards, nor do they do not offer a swimming pool, Wi-Fi, or cable TV, but if you need a place to go for a short duration, or just to get off of the road for the night, this is a very nice/safe campground. The campground does have a laundry room and a shower room, a bit small, but extremely clean. There were quite a few full time residents here, but all of the units were very well kept and tidy. We stayed here in a 40' motor coach and will definitely return when in the area. Great getaway from everything! - The Diesel Gypsies