Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $59.00
This is a beautiful small Class A-only resort located on Lake Greenwood. The streets are very wide and easy to maneuver although somewhat hilly. The landscaped and manicured sites are terraced to offer views of the lake with concrete pads. The staff escorted us to our site, guided us into the site, and was very helpful in every way. The resort is located in a very rural area so it's a few miles to groceries and other facilities, but that makes it very quiet except for the occasional train. We will definitely consider stopping here again. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
The small town of Ninety-Six, SC has a very interesting history dating from the Revolutionary period. There is a National Historic Site in the town that explains the history.
Short and sweet. After staying 5 nights (2 in non-lakefront), we booked to come back for a month in July. Beautiful manicured grounds and friendly helpful owner/manager. Ownership campground, but available for short term rentals for transients. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
This is truly a "resort", unlike many Rv parks that claim to be. The sites are beautifully landscaped and maintained, and it's laid out for maximum views from each site. It is an owner resort. You can purchase a lot stating at $49k or you can rent. The resort is on Lake Greenwood, which is a huge lake with over 220 miles of shoreline. A pontoon boat would be nice to have if you owned a lot. The pool and hot tub were wonderful. The clubhouse is beautiful with a covered area overlooking the pool. Everything is immaculate and well maintained. No expense was spared in designing this resort. The owner/manager was friendly and helpful and the other lot owners were very nice, even taking us for a ride in their boat. It's a motor coach only resort. Class A's only. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $1.00
We actually didn't pay anything for our stay. We received a coupon for a free week while at an RV show, so we decided to give Lake Greenwood a try. It's a beautiful campground, and if we were looking to buy a space we would consider this one. There was absolutely no sales pressure. The campground and owners speak for it themselves. The only drawback is that there is really nothing here to do. The largest town is around 20 miles away. Even with the historical small towns to visit, we would not choose this as a destination. It is very quiet and peaceful, except for a train that goes by periodically. If you are in the market to buy a campground spot, take a look at Lake Greenwood. We would return for a couple of nights if traveling through this part of South Carolina again. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
We received a free week promotion so we stopped in on our way to FL from WI. The site layout is great the way the lots are tiered and staggered really makes the sight lines off the lot towards the lake very nice. The owner is very friendly and while we there on a promotion, he did not put a hard sell on. The club house is very clean, and a nice touch that they do was to post from the local papers the activities that were happening in the area that week. The area offers a lot: if you like boating, the campground has its own marina; there are some Revolutionary War sites in the area along with some nice golf courses. The people that already own were also very friendly, coming and introducing themselves and offering to take us out on their boats. With the discounts on the lots, I think he sold two during the week we were there. We enjoyed are week here! We will stop again when we are in the area. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
This is a motorcoach only resort. It's back in the boonies on a narrow country road ending up at Lake Greenwood, a very nice lake. The landscaping is gorgeous, done by Park Seed Company. A VERY pretty rectangular pool, a fantastically decorated clubhouse, new laundry facilities but small. It's a VERY classy place. Unfortunately, it's in the middle of nowhere and quite a drive to get to shopping, about 20 miles. It's also a very hilly park all the sites are terraced, but have level, concrete pads. Almost every site has a beautiful view of the lake. The owners take you out on a pontoon ride once during your stay if you so desire. They were giving away FREE six nights' stay at the last RV show we went to, so we stayed for our free six nights and loved it. They are wanting you to come and see and stay long enough to get a feel for the park. No sales pressure at all. If it wasn't so far from shopping areas, we'd definitely think about a lot purchase. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
We just returned from a week at this MH Resort. 1st. week is free. Purpose is to sell lots. We encountered no pressure to buy. Was told when we arrived, if interested in a lot, let them know and they would provide the info. Otherwise, enjoy our stay. Had a sunset cruise on the lake, wine and cheese reception, pancake breakfast, among other perks. Beautiful landscaping, very friendly management, outstanding facilities. We did not purchase but felt welcomed and they ask us to tell our friends to visit. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $45.00
Very nice "Class A Motorcoach only" RV resort on beautiful Lake Greenwood. New name is "Lake Greenwood RV Resort". Large level concrete sites. Great Wi-Fi and friendly host. Plan to return soon. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $1.00
Everything that previous reviewers have said about this park is right on the money. We took advantage of their free week special and stayed in a site that gave us spectacular views of the lake, the sunsets and the changing autumn colors. There are a couple of minor issues, however, that campers should be aware of. There is a busy train track across the lake and the closer you park to the lake, the more often you'll be awakened in the night. The owner/manager owns a mid-sized dog that is never on a leash. If you're a dog lover, you'll probably find that cute. But if you don't appreciate a strange dog jumping up on you and sticking his wet nose against various parts of your body when you arrive at the office, you'll find this to be a problem. Having said that, the owner and the dog are both very friendly. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $60.00
Beautiful, Tranquil, Relaxing. This is the true definition of a "RESORT" in the same class as the newer Outdoor Resorts, Bluewater Key, and River Bend. This was our second trip here, and we enjoyed it more than our first trip. Everything, sites, views, amenities, staff are first class. This is an owner resort, and they are selling sites, but were not pushy at all. The owner is on site and is a great guy. No, we are not owners and have no intentions of buying, but if we were so inclined, we would here. The lake is awesome. Make time to rent their pontoon boat for at least a half day. They are in the process of changing their name to Lake Greenwood. They have specials ongoing for rentals. Though the resort looks and is remote, you are less than 15 minutes from Greenwood or Clinton, SC. Though our rate was $60 for 3 nights, we received 3 nights free. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $50.00
Wow, this is my idea of a perfect destination resort! This is a new motorcoach resort that was designed from the ground up. It is a multi level park with paved interior roads with wide and long concrete pads at each site. The landscaping was professionally done and is second to none. Almost all the sites have at least a partial view of the lake. Currently they are offering a weeks free stay to get people to come and experience the resort. The owner and sales person could not be more helpful or friendly. They are both very low key and are "pushy" at all. If you are considering purchasing in an RV park, you owe it to yourself to experience this resort. They are in the process of renaming it Greenwood Motorcoach Resort. As the name implies, only motor coaches 30 foot or longer are allowed. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
We spend a long weekend at Cane Creek recently. This place is beautiful. Perfectly landscaped and maintained. Outstanding clubhouse & pool area. Lake swimming is also allowed as there is a ladder at the end of one of the docks. Sites are for sale, a number are already privately owned. Some have decks overlooking the lake. Owner/Developer is on site and is very helpful and accommodating. Boats and golf carts are available for rent. Only downside is there is no cable TV available and over the air TV was limited, but the sites are satellite friendly. Verizon coverage was also excellent. Groceries and restaurants are in Greenwood about 10-15 miles away. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park overlooking Lake Greenwood. The sites are concrete, level and nicely landscaped. The front sites by the lake are tiered up the hillside. It is a new resort, so everything is fresh and clean. We stayed in a site on top of the hill with a great view of the lake, and we got a nice breeze up there. The only issue we had was the distance from a town for groceries or dining out. It is a great place for long-term stay (sites are for sale), and to enjoy the water activities. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.
We have been all over the USA and this is the prettiest RV Resort we have seen. If I was to build a Resort I would want it just like Cane Creek. Management is very nice and helpful, clubhouse and pool area are nice and clean. The view of Lake Greenwood is awesome. Would recommend to any class A owner. We camped at Lake Greenwood Resort in a Motorhome.