1 Park near Irmo, South Carolina
May 2016 - $28.00
We stayed a week at Woodsmoke. We were part of a mission team working on local houses that were affected by the floods last fall. We checked in during a heavy rain. The roads & sites are gravel. Roads & our site were fine. We worked a bit at getting the rig level, but the site was fine. Water pressure was great so make sure to have your regulator on!
The park is fairly full with full time workers. But the owners keep several sites open for those of us coming thru the area. What's important to us is that whoever is in the park keeps a clean site & the park is safe & quiet. The owners checked on us several times during our stay. They are on site & can respond as needed.
This park isn't a resort so I won't rate it or downgrade it because it doesn't have a pool or other amenities. It's a mile off the interstate, easy access. Close to shopping & restaurants. And for us close to where we needed to be. If we were in the area, we would stay here again. - 3catstravel
Apr 2015 - $28.00
This park is very old and ran down. It caters to long term contractors working at building area power plants. Interior roads are rutted and narrow with encroaching trees. Our site was un-level and muddy during our visit. Most of the buildings in the park are run down and in need of demolition. There is a new housing development on adjacent land, plus the town seems to be growing in this direction. Our feeling is the owners are bidding their time for a buyout and not putting any money into the park. On the plus side, power, water and sewer hookups were all satisfactory. - Teacher's Pet
Sep 2013 - $28.00
This is an older campground, and it shows it. That said, we were, to my total surprise, able to get the coach leveled. There is nothing fancy about this camp, which is stuck in amongst a stand of pines and oaks. (Don't expect to get a satellite signal.) I saw no play ground for kids, nor any other amenity. The Wi-Fi worked good and the power and water were acceptable. The camp is an easy drive from I-26, but the entrance is very narrow, as is the road leading to the office and around the camp to your site. (A forty-footer better disconnect at the office.) The sites appeared to filled with permanent motorhomes and trailers. The only three spots open were the "pull through" two with 30 AMP only and the third with 30 and 50 AMP. I would stay here again, but only for the night if I was traveling somewhere else. Stayed in a 34' coach with Toad. - Darfantin