1 Park near Piedmont, South Carolina
Dec 2015 - $30.00
For us, a wonderful find. Visited wife's relatives in the area for Thanksgiving and made a reservation as there aren't a whole lot of options in this part of the State. Glad I did as their park map indicates only 6 short term sites and they were all full for the time we were there.
Upon entering the park, the 'permanents' or long term units are the first thing you see and my heart sank a bit...then checked in and was lead up a hill to a wide open view of a lovely meadow, small pond and a scattering of rigs with 6 short term, pull through, full hookup sights. A lovely mix of hardwood forest on one side and the meadow/pond view with wide open sky on the other. Talked with some 'residents' out walking their dogs and they told me the park was a mix of permanents, seasonals, year long workers and then a few of 'us'....the short term visitors. Very friendly, welcoming and quiet. Entrance oad leading to the park is a bit tricky to find after dark...glad we arrived during daylight hours.
Long enough spot for my 40' fiver with 3 slides, plus truck, plus extra.
Highly recommend if you're visiting this area...be sure to ask for the short term sites on the 'hill'. - Brujomar
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Beautiful setting, but the sites for short term stays are not great, small and a little out of level. Friendly owners, utilities worked fine, very quiet, easy access to I-85. Has great potential if owner would improve the short term sites. - bluediscovery
Aug 2015 - $30.00
The rate is a "cash" rate. This is a very good over night location just off I-85. We stayed here previously for an "over night" but had the opportunity to go into Piedmont for dinner this time. The Saluda River Grill is in an updated and redesigned cotton warehouse by the Saluda River. The town also was a quaint little town to drive through. Our rv site is a gravel site but level, hook ups were very good, and although we were close to trees, we were able to get satellite tv. The owner has a fantastic pasture you can walk, a pond, and even nature trails down to the river. Its a rather unique spot to find. There are some long term residents, but all were tidy. This campground is a 50+ park. We would stay again if in the area. - User2396