9 Parks near Spartanburg, South Carolina
Feb 2015 - $30.00
Older park with lots of permanent residents. But the campground is slowly improving. The electrical boxes are new and the electrical power is strong. Wifi signals are great, and there is lots of open area to get a satellite signal. We stay here a couple of times a year for a week or two at a time, and we have seen the improvements over the last several years. It's the closest park to Spartanburg and is easy access from I-26/I-85 interchange. - Pooh 2
Sep 2014 - $16.00
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Ok for overnight. Roads were rough and park full of full time people with run down RV 's. - dfw
Mar 2014 - $33.00
Many permanent sites not well maintained at all with junk on sites and campers in terrible shape, park in desperate need of maintenance, 50 amp sites not level, low limbs, Good Sam rating very misleading. Easy access from interstate. Great wifi service. Park has grat potential but needs a lot of work. - Mustcamp
May 2016 - $26.00
Large state park with wooded campground, playground, horse rings and stables and many trials for biking, walking, etc. There is even a shooting range in the state park if that interests you. No sewer at the sites, but a dump station near the entrance. The campground is several miles from the main park entrance. Sites are good size with a fire pit and picnic table. The lake loop has numerous sites with views of the lake. There is no swimming in the lake, but kayaks and canoes to rent. - Kelsey Ledare
Mar 2015 - $18.00
Check in was a breeze with nice people managing the desk.
Campground roads are a little tight and gravel. Sites as a whole are fairly level and some are long enough for any size rig. Trees were trimmed high enough to avoid scraping the rig. - illini777
Oct 2014 - $18.00
Originally, the staff put me in a 'lake' site, which was unlevel, cramped and cost $21. I asked to change to the other campground and found it very pleasant, level and only $18. I would have stayed more than two days but the sites were reserved for the weekend. Horse trailers began coming in on Thursday as there are horse facilities in the park and they were probably having an event. Good Verizon. - mockturtle
Jul 2016 - $33.00
A very friendly family making a go of owning and operating the campground. They bought it 4 years ago. They've put their heart and soul into making it a better, fun family campground. At the same time they have left space for overnighters like us. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. - CharlieB
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Easy in & out. Lots of trees; blacktop roads; large concrete patio for site; nice amount of space between sites; very level; sites very clean. Caring, local owners provide great service! - JBL
Jun 2016 - $34.00
The road out front was under construction so that made for some difficulty but the owner was kind enough to call and let us know the best way to get in. Yes the road in is a little steep, but nothing I haven't seen before. Owners were very friendly and were happy to share things to do in the area. We used the pool a couple of times; 8 ft. which was something you don't see often which I really liked. The restrooms were clean and showers were large. We stayed for a week in a fifth wheel and spent one more night on our way back through from Charleston; would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Zak16
Jun 2016 - $41.00
The only thing this park has to offer is the proximity to the Freightliner facilities. We stayed here while attending Camp Freightliner. We had booked a pull-through site but on check-in they tried to tell us that they use the pull-through sites as 2 back-in spots on the weekends. The campground was having trouble with electricity that day and the power was off for several hours. We could not open one of our slides because of trees. The campground was crowded with old, poorly maintained trailers and lots of junk. Not worth the price. We dry camped in the Freightliner facility our last night and were happier there! - Bunci
May 2016 - $13.00
Have to give them credit for finding us a space when most every park in a 30 mile radius was full.
Now, site sloped a good 10 inches or more front to back. Walk upright under overhang and 4 inches clearance on back. Upper tier sites all drained down through this site when it rained.
Staff pleasant but couldn't help situation.
Had to beat leveling blocks out of the ground upon hooking up because they sank.
Dog park okay but people, PLEASE pick up after your pets
Last night there paid to be moved to overnight spot because we couldn't hook the rig to the truck for early departure. Besides being very unlevel we would have blocked the entire loop road. Monthly sites need some serious work.
Parked tow vehicle in grass beside trailer.
If you are monthly check site before you do your paperwork. We took what was available at the time.
Staff nice but can't do much for you. I don't think they have looked at the sites and were working from a map.
Red mud and take fire ants. You will have lots of both.
Coworkers parked on the "flat shaded side" seemed to have none of the problems we had. - 2dogsandacatfulltime
May 2016 - $37.00
Very nice campgrounds. Very shady and lots of space between the sites. We had a Deluxe Pull-Through and it had a paver patio, gas grill, and swing. Verizon service was good, cable was okay and wifi was an okay signal. - jomark
Oct 2011 - $29.00
Park needs extensive maintenance and sites leveled, all are pretty unlevel and only a couple will accommodate big rigs. Could be a fairly nice park with a lot of work and clean up. Only stayed here to visit with family and friends close by. - western traveler
Aug 2009 - $32.00
This is a terrible campground, but unfortunately, the only one near Simpsonville where we were visiting our son and his family. The whole place needs major work and it is definitely way, way overpriced. We sure wouldn't stay here if anything else were available nearby. - bobbyg
Dec 2008 - $32.00
Kind of unique with peacocks, geese and other birds wandering around. The roads are a little rough but passable. Good place for access to south side of Greenville. - NavyBob
Sep 2015 - $25.00
For longer stays, such as retirees for a season or longer. Gravel roads, sloped sites; trees, shrubs & grass make it much more pleasant. Sites are close, but it is no parking lot. Fully self-contained units only. Many have added decks or patios.
Only special feature is the Flower Mill, which we didn't get to see. - Carolina Girl
Jun 2011 - $30.00
Rough place for the most part. Very accommodating though. Nearly all shaded and woodsy. No grass, all dirt and crushed stone. Several units that haven't moved in years and shouldn't have been inhabited but were. Almost no grass for dogs. Would not go back. - johns3
Apr 2010 - $30.00
Convenient park for visiting Taylors or the surrounding area. We were here for a five day church conference in Taylors. Many permanent or semi-permanent RV's, but they have some short term spots available. There are no toilets or showers, but full hookups with 30 or 50 amp are available. It worked for us, and we would stay here again if in the area. - bill1443
Jul 2009 - $30.00
We stayed here for 2 nights while attending the Greenville AKC dog show. Mostly permanent and long-term residents, but the "overnight" sights have plenty of room and the roads are wide. The residents were very friendly and the owner (even though I never actually SAW her) was accessible by cell phone and very accommodating and helpful. Very quiet park with lots of trees. Great location close to downtown and Carolina First Center. No Wi-Fi or cable for overnight guests (I think they have cable for long-term). - melissab7
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Staff very friendly and helpful. WiFi only available at office and close proximity. No cell service. Sewer only available at select sites. Gravel roads need work. Permanent campers need to clean up around their sites. - Rickman
Apr 2016 - $17.00
The proprietors are super nice and extremely helpful. We were given a pull-thru, which was great, but up by the office there is clutter and things aren't as tidy as they should be - overturned trash cans, boxes, etc. I think camping in the back would be better for scenery, as it is a scenic place, but those are back-ins. For one night, the pull thru was great, but if you want to spend a few days, go towards the back. Also, they have their own unbundled firewood and they are very generous with it. That one fact made up for everything else. There is a nice pool, too. It was easy to get to, with excellent roads. - Autigerinnc70
Mar 2016 - $17.00
We stayed for 4 days, and the staff was very friendly. They gave us a great site. It's a good location, and nice & quiet. Some of the sites didn't look like they were open yet, but it was early in the season. There were a number of seasonal renters. Some of their campsites were neat and clean. Others not so much. We would definitely stay here again! - Bruce R
Mar 2016 - $19.00
We have stayed at Paris Mountain State Park half a dozen times in the past few years. We love it. We camp in a 32' Motorhome. There are a good # of sites that will accommodate a 32' Motorhome. There are a lot of sites that are not level, but that's what levelers are for.
It is an older park, but it has been well maintained. The bath houses are always clean. This is the first time we've been there when the Campground Host actually did something. He was visible our entire trip. He was friendly.
I do not agree with previous reviewers that this park is not for Motorhomes. Anything over 40 feet long will be a problem. There are several sites that will accommodate a 40 foot long Motorhome. The drive through the park to the campground is a typical mountain park with switchbacks and relatively narrow roads. Two RVs would probably have a problem passing each other at certain points, so just use caution.
The campground's posted rate is $19/night. There is a reservation fee if you reserve through Reserve America. We always donate a few dollars when we make our reservation and always drop a few dollars into the iron ranger outside the free firewood.
Did I mention they offer free firewood? It is usually wet, but it is seasoned. This is the only campground I've ever been to that offers free firewood. Most charge a hefty sum for a few small pieces of wood.
We stay here at least once a year. Wish we lived closer to enjoy it more often. - mgirardo
Sep 2015 - $22.00
This is an older park and many sites are not level. Sites 34, 36 & 38 were good and level and will accommodate a larger rig. There are many low limbs getting into the park. Nothing big so no damage. Just irritating. The location is great for visiting downtown Greenville. What a wonderful town! - User3010
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This park is not for motor homes. Sites are small, quite uneven, and several sites are on an angle; some 20-30 degrees! And the most important thing is the road up to the campground is very dangerous for motor homes! It's a one lane curvy, mountain road and many of the locals or employees of the park drive very fast on this road, never thinking about what they might encounter on a turn. There are no garbage bends in the campground, many picnic tables are on unlevel ground which means they are useless. There was no flat ground to unhitch our towed vehicle. One site across from us was so uneven due to tree roots that you could not park a car on it. I just didn't see any maintenance in the camp area but someone felt it important enough to put concrete bumpers in a parking lot across from the office. Tenters and small campers might like this but I would not return in anything. - User1828