Date of Stay: December, 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. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $25.00
We camped in campground #2 in a beautiful spot right on the water of this beautiful lake. The price reflects $22 plus the numerous taxes that are added in. Our spot was paved with asphalt and was easy to level up on. Our utilities, water and 50 amp electric were adequate. The dump station looks very well conceived. They do recycle plastic bottles, newspaper and aluminum cans. We were able to receive DirecTV and a few local channels, as well. Our Verizon signal was weak, but usable. The park staff was helpful upon check in. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Motorhome.
We camped here from Monday thru Friday. It was mostly quite during the week but as the weekend approached, so to did the traffic and noise. It seemed that every site had a boat or jet skis along with several other vehicles that made the narrow roads appear more so. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Bathrooms were clean and well stocked. WiFi is available if you go up to the office area. AT&T cell service was good. Overall, we really like the park. We will probably visit again, but will do so when it is much cooler to avoid much of the boat and jet skis. If you like history, I would suggest checking out the Ninety Six National site. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $22.00
Stayed two days to explore the area. Very nice park. Clean, well kept and friendly. Big rigs should find half the sites usable, a few pull through sites might be tricky. They are addressing some shoreline erosion with riprap so much of the natural shoreline is disappearing, but it will make the camp sites secure. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $28.00
This state park has mostly back in sites, limited 50 amp, and no pool or cable or sewer. Close to bath house but baths and bathrooms are not regularly maintained. There is tissue for the bathroom and plenty of hot water for showers but wear flip flops and and your own shampoo/soap etc. I guess this is fairly typical of state parks and we've stayed here 3 times; back in April, again in July; and now October for several weeks. This is about the best accommodations in the area and most people come for the boating or fishing or swimming in the lake in the summer. The sites are paved and mostly back in but bring your own trimmers as sometimes limbs hang low. There are few spots to accommodate rigs over 40 feet. We stay here because it's close to where we need to conduct business and the staff in the office is nice. There is a fee for reserving through Reserve America; so this increases the daily cost. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $20.00
Very scenic park on Lake Greenwood. Many sites have nice view of lake. Minimal activity for the kids (one trail, several play sets). We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.
Vehicles are allowed to park anywhere except on the road. As a result, the paths to the bath houses were blocked by cars, trucks and boat trailers. The rest rooms were mediocre at best. The men's bathhouse was very dirty. The guests were extremely lax about supervising their children. The guests who brought boats showed no regard for safety, often charging in out of the coves, at full speed, within feet of swimmers and non-motorized boaters. One camper/boater plowed over a flock of swimming ducks, including baby ducks. Virtually everyone had dogs who barked all night and were often allowed to run off leash. Campers left their tacky lights on all night. People walked through our campsite to get to other campsites. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2008 - $19.00
We thoroughly enjoyed a five night stay at this park. My husband had a good time fishing just a few feet from our camp site, and we saw deer and other wildlife on our evening strolls. A visit to the nearby Ninety Six National Historic Monument was a worthwhile side trip. We spent a lovely Sunday afternoon walking on their interpretative loop and then along one of their primitive trails. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park. The campsite we stayed on was a bit tricky to get into, but with the help of a good neighbor, we got in there. All the park staff were helpful and informative. There was plenty to do with the kids such as hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, and there was a playground on the other side of the park. We will definitely go back again. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.
We camped there in a motor home. Maneuvering beyond a few sites near the entrance was very difficult with a 40 foot motor home and the first site they assigned us was not level enough. There was no sewer connections and the dump site was on a circle that the motor home would not have been able to get to. But its a very busy and pretty camp ground. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Motorhome.
The site we stayed on was a bit hard to level out the camper, but it was quiet and one site over from being lakefront. Our son had a ball fishing and roasting marshmallows in the provided firepit, but the playground is located on the other side of the park so we didn't get over there. (It rained.) The park rangers were friendly, and the sites were plenty shady. We had trouble weaving through trees to get to the site, having to back up and go forward several times, but the other campers had seen it all week and were eager to lend a hand. We will definitely return because it's as close to roughing it as it gets in a camper. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2007 - $19.00
Our second time here. We enjoy the lake and the peaceful mid-week off-season! Lots of roads to walk. We'd definitely come back here again. We camped at Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area in a Travel Trailer.