I stayed here for a week while in the area. The park is quiet and the hookups worked well. The office personnel were nice enough to help me back in. However, the area is very run down and I found myself concerned with the safety of the area. First time I have locked my doors religiously while in my RV. The wifi was fair. I could not use it to work or watch movies, but could use it to browse the internet. I use Verizon to stay online for work and cellular strength here was mid-par, I dropped sometimes and had low connectivity other times. This was an extremely well-priced place to stay but does require some driving to get to stores.
My site was well shaded and the concrete pad was nice. The park did leave some boards down to help with leveling. We camped at Springwood RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $30.00
Hate to give anyone a poor review, but we have to agree with the previous reviews of this park.
Although it's fairly close to I-85, coming in from the north of Greenville on US 25 it was a long, long way through downtown traffic at rush hour, to Springwood RV Park which sits on the south side of town.
The park is in a commercial area with an airport on one side, an 18-wheel freight terminal on the second side, a run-down mobile park on the third side, and a railroad track on the fourth side - immediately alongside the park; the train at midnight almost blasted us out of bed.
The park is at least 90% full-timers, a lot of whom are still working-age, and has a mix of really dilapidated RV's alongside some really nice ones. Sites were almost totally back-in's with very narrow streets and residents' cars parallel parked on both sides, making it a challenge to back in.
Utilities worked well, but cleanliness left something to be desired. We had to pick up bit of trash and some old rusty camping gear (screw anchors) before we could back in. Cigarette butts were plentiful in the grass.
A bit noisy early in the evening, it quieted down totally by the 10 PM quite time (except for the train) and the residents were all very nice to us.
The only amenity is a small office with a very nice older gentleman who showed us a couple of sites when we checked in.
It seems to be run as an RV extension of the the mobile park, where the residents are totally responsible for the maintenance of their lots and it needs better cleanliness in general.
It's like spending the night in an old mobile home park right next to the tracks.
If we really had to stay in Greenville (there aren't many choices), we could stay here again, but we'd probably keep on going if we had a choice. We camped at Springwood RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $26.00
There is a reason there is no picture on their website. The park is extremely run down with a lot of very old mobile homes and RVs of permanent residents. The park is also in a run-down area of town. No amenities. The only plus I can give is that the manager was a very nice man. Would not stay here again. We camped at Springwood RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
A most disappointing park. Almost entirely permanent residents. RVs were in a section of an antiquated mobile home park. Pull-thrus, one of which we had, required driving across a field to access a site on the other side. The site itself was gravel, mostly level and somewhat narrow. No services, store, restroom facility (which we wouldn't use anyway), playground, dedicated dog walk, etc., etc. I suppose that "run down" would fit this park very well. We camped at Springwood RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2007 - $28.00
Two words - stay away. Overpriced and not clean and did not appear to be safe although we had no problems. They have a brochure that makes it look great, but it's made up of mobile home parks in a bad part of town. Not close or convenient to anything, not close to the interstate. We were just passing through. Will never stay here again, it is about 14.00 higher than it should be. We camped at Springwood RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2007 - $19.00
This site being centrally located in Greenville, was the only reason I stayed here after I saw the place. There were permanent mobile homes right along side of the RV spaces and it was very unsightly over the whole park. It doesn't look like they enforced the "no garbage stored outside" rule. The owners were friendly enough, but this place needs Martha Stewart bad! We camped at Springwood RV Park in a Motorhome.