6 Parks near Cross Hill, South Carolina
Oct 2010 - $25.00
Another jewell in a rural setting not far from Greenwood lake. Just off a country road so no noise, but your neighbors and they are 30-40 feet away. Very large level gravel sites. - Seawolf
Jun 2007 - $20.00
This is a nice small park located within 1 mile of Lake Greenwood. The park is an easy drive from I-26 and is 25 miles from Greenwood, SC. Sites are long, so they can handle any rig. View from our windshield was to a large field with scattered trees, Very nice! Back in lots are great. Every lot has 50 amp, water & sewer. Owner/Manager is great. I was on lot #6 and I got satellite no problem. Crazy Parrot @ T-Roys Marina is 1/4 mile away and the food is great! They also have boat access. - Freightguy
Sep 2016 - $53.00
Beautiful park for Class A motorcoaches only. About 4 miles out from a little town called Cross Hill. A large city, Greenwood, is about 26 miles away. The park is terraced with many of the lots overlooking the lake. One can buy a lot here. There is a host during the summer. The office is not attended so call ahead. They call back within an hour or so. Signage to the park is good but not a place to come to after dark. Long, wide cement pads that one can pull into or back into. Only 50 amp electric. The clubhouse is gorgeous with a full kitchen for residents' use. There is a heated pool and spa. An excellent place to come and relax a few days. - leciel19
Jun 2016 - $42.00
Very nicely landscaped and clean resort. Out in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do. Shopping for food, etc. is quite a distance. Very quiet until the middle of the night when you are woke up to the sound of a train whistle. Nicely paved lots which are a little short for a big rig. You need to park your car sideways. There are no campground activities unless you are interested in boating and definitely nothing for children to do with no playground, etc. There is a pool, however. WiFi is good. - UMP
May 2016 - $45.00
This is a beautiful Class A Only resort and the terraced lots give you plenty of privacy. We chose a site in the cheap seats and still had a spectacular view of Lake Greenwood. Many of the lots are privately owned, and from the nice upgrades, I'm guessing they are not available for rent. The clubhouse is really nice and the restrooms are spotless. Surprised that a park this size would only have a laundry with 2 washers & dryers, but many RV's these days are equipped with their own. If you want a nice restful place to stay, this is it. The only downside is that it is rather remote, and trains pass at various hours fairly close by. But we still found this to be a really nice park. - Dunwrkn
Dec 2016 - $12.00
What a sweet campground!! Clean, quiet, peaceful, & run by some very friendly folks. It's located on Lake Greenwood & there are such beautiful sights to see when the sun is rising over the water. My only regret is that we were only able to stay for 2 weeks. - hippichik
Jun 2015 - $23.00
Nice Park but confusing for check-in. Stayed overnight on a pull thru site. Site was paved and nice. - LaMonte
Sep 2014 - $23.00
As we have found with most all SC State Parks, Lake Greenwood is clean, well run, and is good value for the fees they charge. Most of the sites are right on the lake and provide easy access for power boats or pontoon boats to dock right at your campsite. There is quite a bit of boat traffic in the main channel, but we were located in a cove so saw/heard little of that. We took our kayak and found small, quiet coves with lots of wildlife. The water was clear and very warm (September). The sites and roads are all paved and in good shape. There were extra vehicles in many of the sites, since some people towed their camper and another vehicle towed a boat. There was a constant ranger presence, but they never seemed to hear the incessantly barking dogs. The bathrooms and showers appeared to be freshly painted and were very clean. Reception on Verizon data was 2-3 bars and OTA TV was 10 channels. There are hiking trails throughout the park and limited areas to ride bikes except on the park roads. On exit, there are 2 dump sites about 500 yards apart. Not far from the park is the Ninety Six Historic Site. We will be back for a return visit. - jebgg
Apr 2014 - $23.00
We have stayed here in the past in a 35 foot 5th wheel. The sites are concrete and nice but not for a bigger unit. They are suitable for tagalongs, shorter 5th wheels and motorhomes no longer than 30-32 feet. This is a preferred park close to where we do business several times a year but this time when we pulled in to our carefully selected spot( only 3 possibilities for a 40 foot motorhome out of all the spots), our automatic levelers would not level even after 3 tries so even tho we had reserved and paid for the spot, we had no option but to leave. Spot 1, 3 which are backins in campground 2 would work but they were both reserved and there is one other on the opposite side of campground 2 (a pull thru right next to the lake) that was also reserved that would have worked. We had thought 124 since it was longer would work, but the site slopes at the back after about 34 feet and would not level. What a disappointment as this is a very nice park otherwise but just not set up for larger units. - leciel19
Sep 2016 - $26.00
We stayed in Campground 1. Many of the sites sit by the lake or have a lake view. Ours did not mainly because we are a long motorhome and the majority of spots could not accommodate our rig. Campground #1 now has full hookups on about 1/3 of their sites, which is a great improvement. Before we booked a site, we rode through the park to see of the available spots, which ones could accommodate our rig. We chose site 100 which worked very well; however, our satellite did not work at all on top of the rig. One needs a tripod so that one can manually move the dish to an appropriate spot. We had a good time and everyone is very nice. Also, the rangers are very visible making constant trips throughout the campground. - leciel19
Jun 2016 - $24.00
EXTREMELY crowded with LOTS of kids, dogs, smokers, loud cars (engines AND music). We arrived on a Tuesday and we were REALLY surprised at how busy it is!
The lake is really pretty and so is the park leading up to the campground. But then it becomes a different world. Even the camp host's site was cluttered with a lot of "stuff" outside and it's the first site you see when you enter the loop! There are apparently no rules with regard to hanging clotheslines etc. to hang ALL kinds of stuff on, which gives this place a little bit more of a down-home, backwoods feel then we were hoping for.
I think that the biggest thing that bugged me was the lack of cleanup between us and the campers that were in our site before us. We found a whole SLEW of watermelon rinds, beer bottle caps, cigarette butts and....wait for it..... PILES and PILES of DOG POOP in our site. And while I feel like the campers should cleanup after themselves.... if they don't.... then it's the park's responsibility to do it!
Definitely won't be back, but not bad enough to leave early :) - doggpurr
Dec 2014 - $25.00
Visited the park in the winter so there were not a lot of people there at the time. The bathrooms were very clean and well kept. The sites were decently level and were big enough for most travel trailers. We had a lake site and that was very nice to wake up on to the water. Greenwood lake is very large and the fishing was decent. We will certainly plan to go camping here again. - Coachgrady
Sep 2016 - $27.00
This is a fairly small, cozy park somewhat out in the middle of nowhere. As it was halfway between home and our final destination, we gave it a shot.
The road leading to the park is quite narrow, but lightly traveled. We did our best not to hog the road, but if you're in anything bigger than a pop-up you're going to be crossing the double yellow lines. No biggie, though, as the locals seem to be used to it.
While the roads in the park and the sites themselves are all gravel, the park seemed well maintained. Our pull-through site was level and long enough to accommodate our motorhome and toad with some room to spare. We had plenty of room to put out our slides without crowding our neighbors while still comfortably able to enjoy the picnic table. We also had a firepit at our site, but with temps into the 90s, we decided against using it.
The family that runs the park is very friendly and greeted us warmly upon our arrival despite the fact the power company was about to disrupt the day by replacing a faulty transformer. There's a nice dog park for the pooches to run in and a well maintained pool for your swimming enjoyment. Wifi was offered but we did not partake.
While our site was shaded by trees on either side, we were able to get DirecTV service with no problem whatsoever. Verizon cell service was also satisfactory.
One thing to note is that this campground is close to Presbyterian College (Go Hose!) and you'll find families coming to visit their kids or catching a football game staying there over the weekends. Nobody was disruptive, but sites may be hard to find depending on what's going on in Clinton. As there's not much else to do nearby, those not up for the college festivities seemed, like us, to be overnighting. And while there did seem to be a few semi-permanent residents there, there wasn't a proliferation of run down rigs.
All in all, it's a nice park for a night or two and we'd stay again. - PirateMonkey
Jul 2016 - $31.00
Above and beyond the statistics, this place is friendly and comfortable. Except for the lack of cable TV, everything here is nice. The dog run is big enough and clean. The pool is refreshing and comfortable. The people, both staff & campers were great people. - User2370
Jun 2016 - $26.00
We were returning home to Midwest from Fl and found Magnolia through AllStays. New, very nice owners helped us with a spot late at night. A block away was a cafe with a "special" for us even as they were closing. The next morning was Easter Sunday and we were welcomed to a great breakfast by the hosts. They moved from DC to start this campground and are making it homey and good for travelers as well as seasonals. - cathy8