Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $32.00
We stayed at Solitude Point in a 40' motorhome for a week. Stay a week and the 7th night is free. It was a small RV park in the mountains among pine trees and was very quiet and serene. The owners were so accommodating from the moment we arrived. We were guided to our site and the owner even started a fire for us in the fire pit. If towing a vehicle, we recommend to disconnect prior to arriving since the park office is uphill and located at the top. Excellent Wi-Fi and satellite was available if needed. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park close to lots of attractions in northern South Carolina. The owners are such a nice welcoming Christian family. It is a family run business where the children (when home from college) and grandmother help in the operations. They have a large book of things to do in the area and will photocopy any of the maps/brochures for you. Verizon cell coverage is very poor in the area-fyi. We weren't at our site very often, but would recommend to others and will stay again if in the area. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Table Rock Lake is very close. There are many waterfalls in the area including a 45 minute drive to the Dupont State Forest in NC, and an easy hike to falls near Oconee Station in Walhalla, SC.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $30.00
This is a small private campground in Greenville County, SC. Located "upstate" in the foothills, it is close to Caesars Head, Jones Gap, and Table Rock state parks. It is about 25 minutes to Traveler's Rest (the nearest town of any size with shopping and restaurants) and about 40 minutes from downtown Greenville. We chose this park because we prefer private campgrounds over state parks (so we can have full hookups) and we wanted to be as close as possible to Greenville. (After we arrived we physically drove to many other private campgrounds in the area, and believe me, this is definitely the nicest one. Most of the others are mostly rundown seasonal campgrounds.
There are only 14 rv sites, and 6 cabins. We chose site 14 (closest to the road, and only a seasonal camper on one side of us) for maximum privacy. They helped us back our travel trailer in, and even leveled it for us.
We had no problem with cell service here (ATT), and our wifi signal was strong even as far away as we were from the office (I don't know where the repeaters are, if any). There is no cable, but if we had Directv service we could have rented a box to use during our stay. We received several channels with our antenna.
Across the road from the park entrance is a small dock on the river from which you can launch one of the two rental canoes. There is a small playground. Water pressure was slightly low. We bought a generous amount of firewood for only $3, and one of the staff offered to get ice cream for us during one of his excursions into town.
We used the bathhouses once because we had a leak in our RV's shower, and they were spotless, as was the laundry room ($2 to wash, $2 to dry, and $0.75 for a box of detergent). There is a nice .42 mile beautifully wooded loop (up and down a narrow path, so wear boots) around the campground that I enjoyed with my dogs most mornings. Overall, we loved this park! We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
This is the easily the nicest private park within a 45 minute drive of Greenville. If you want to be closer to Greenville and/or Travelers Rest, try Paris Mountain State Park.
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $25.00
We stayed here for a week after Christmas and had a fantastic time. This is a very quiet and idyllic small campground. The cabins looked great as well. This is the best campground in the Table Rock area in our opinion. We were guided to our site and the staff was very nice and helpful. After we left they even helped locate something we had dropped and mailed it to us! We will certainly be back to this wonderful campground. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Travel Trailer.
My husband, two small children and my mother pulled our camper and my in-laws rented a cabin. The facilities were clean and well prepared. It is a very quite campground so it lives up to the name Solitude Pointe. If you have small children you may consider a different campground because it is so quite there and little for them to do. There is a nice playground although it is not very big. We did go on their hiking trail and walked down to the river. The river is down the road a piece be very nice once you get there. I would recommend this campground to older couples without children. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $30.00
All the good comments about this campground were true. We camped here in a 38' rig and had a nice pull-through site with room enough for truck and small car. Our satellite TV worked fine, but they offered hook-up to their system if necessary. The campground is wooded and the facilities appear to be rather new. Easy access to all the outdoor activities in the foothills that you could want plus close to Greenville for a larger city or to Brevard for a small artsy community. The family who owns the campground are awesome and made us feel right at home. If you need Internet then be sure to request a site near the office. The only reason we didn't give them a "10" was the lack of cell phone coverage and Internet access everywhere in the park. They have a new cell tower on property that will resolve all those issues as soon as phone company activates it. Will definitely come back. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $38.00
The campground is in a hilly area with many trees. Most spots would be difficult to get into for a large motorhome. There were only two toilet/shower rooms so be prepared to use what you have in your camper. The place seems to be a work in progress. There are still exposed cables between site hook-ups. The friendliness of the office personnel depends greatly on who you talk to. Cable is available, but only if you have your own converter box. Wi-Fi is free, but be sure to ask for the password at the office before they close. It's not printed anywhere on the rule sheet they give you. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Travel Trailer.
Park is small but certainly lives up its name, Solitude (Pointe). It is very clean and neat and the staff is friendly and helpful. This is a Christian based campground so if you want to party hard, this is not the place for you. We spend many weekends at Solitude and enjoy the kick back and sit a spell environment. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Motorhome.
One of the best places to camp in the upstate area. Park is small (only 14 sites), but very quiet and peaceful. The host family strives to take care of all the campers. The owner led us to the campsite and helped us level our unit. They had numerous planned activities for the guests. Campground also has cabins that can be rented. Park is close to Saluda River (camp has canoes or tubes) as well as Table Rock and Caesars Head. Park has playground, basketball, swingset, and hiking trail. Go and visit: you won't be disappointed. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Travel Trailer.
We visited 5 RV parks in the Greenville area to select a family oriented park. Solitude Point was by far the nicest. We enjoyed our stay so much that we decided to spend the summer. The family run property is set among the trees bordered by a stream and the Saluda River. The campsites are shady with lovely hardwoods and pull-through sites as well. The Ross' are so kind and helpful. They reside on the property which houses a huge event lodge with a massive rock fireplace. Wildlife abounds in the area as well as numerous hiking trails and state parks. We are anxious to return. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2006 - $26.00
Very small but nice. The sites are big, paved, and have nice picnic tables and even an electric light. The park is appropriately named. It is quiet and not near any stores but two great state parks are nearby. We camped with friends. One point of warning. The lodge is a private residence until it is rented. Don't make our mistake and just walk in. The owners were friendly. We would go there again. We camped at Solitude Pointe in a Motorhome.