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2 RV Parks near Estill, South Carolina
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Estill. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Estill in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $65.00
This was an interesting park, had a nice wine lounge and very art deco bathroom! My site was an upgraded patio site, it was lovely, lots of well maintained flora & fauna! Great access to I-95. I will return! - RVDolly
Aug 2018 - $70.00
Staff is very friendly. We were shown to our site. The campground was very clean and had easy access to I-95. During the day employees were constantly maintaining the grounds. I purchased propane at this campground and the price was very reasonable. The only issue was the price is high for a dirt RV site. The small brick patio area was not placed correctly to allow its use. They did have a picnic table. - Flarider
Aug 2018 - $60.00
Friendly, helpful staff made us feel right at home. Easy check in and host led us to our site and helped us park. The grass was saturated with recent rain, so The host brought a board for us to stand on when we stepped out of the camper. We'll stay here again we hope! - Betty2016
Jul 2018 - $1.00
People very friendly and nice. Park is convent to visit sites of interest from Lots of Oaks so shady. The trees have had storm damage and tended to drop limbs from on high. We sustained damage to slide awning while there even though there was no wind or storm. - Lynne Dollar
Mar 2018 - $1.00
Nice small park. Not much to do. Didn't check out showers/laundry. No dog run. There was a pond to walk around where we saw an alligator. It seemed there were a lot of long term campers. Spots were rock. - TravelinFam
Jan 2018 - $40.00
This campground was terrible! There were so many trees it was hard to find a decent site. We ruined or awnings trying to get down the narrow road to a site. The trees ripped them apart. I almost lost the fingers on my left hand trying to hold back an electrical wire that was on one of the trees as our 5th wheel was trying to go by. It was rainy and the roads were ruddy and terrible. We will never stay there again. One of the problems I have found with some of the Thousand Trails campgrounds is that they are OLD and not very well maintained. They have lots of trees that are not convenient for large RV's. If they expect to people to invest in Thousand Trails they need to maintain the campgrounds. - DrCynthia