16 RV Parks near Taylors, South Carolina
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
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 2005 - $20.00
A truly relaxing stay. Quiet and tranquil. Monthly rates are only $200. Will stay longer next time. The Old mill was great for BBQ's. The waterfall at the river could be heard at our site and made sleeping at night peacful. The people are great and many of them have been here for a long time and know the area well. - llmannjr
Feb 2017 - $20.00
Mild weather weekend. Campground road curvy and a little narrow. Most sites are not level so extra chocks are needed and pad is short so big rigs will not fit. Few tt mostly tents or pop ups. Campground not for casual biking since it is hilly. Also it is about 6 miles from Greenville so not much to do around campground. - Rolltideroll
Nov 2016 - $25.00
This is a Old Campground, could use some Facility, Landscaping upgrades, Restrooms were clean. Need to be very careful on entrance roads in the park as they are very narrow. We stayed in Site #32 which backs up to the Woods so a good bit of Privacy, but very unlevel with about a 6 % Slope which put the Trailer steps high making it tough to get in, had to go purchase a step stool, and also big drop off the Trailer Pad to the dirt which made it a trip hazard. A load of dirt/Gravel would alleviate this. Picnic tables Dirty & Rotted. Greenville is a beautiful town and will Camp here again. 30-Amp, Water all good. There was a Fire ban so couldn't do Campfire. Many Hiking Trails. - leadshot
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
Mar 2012 - $44.00
The previous reviewers that classify this park as a bait and switch park are correct. This CG is in the current PA catalog and on the PA website. They are not on the "discontinued campground" list. Our rate was $44. a night, which is too much for this area. Oh, they do call this place a "resort". It does appear as if a lot of work was put into this CG. The small office is very nice and has a deck outback. The laundry room is small (2 each washer and dryer) and clean. Restrooms are also clean. Free wifi was satisfactory, the free cable was not. The picture was very fuzzy. There was a cable repair man out but the clear picture remained clear for only a short period. Another unpleasant occurrence was a sanitation pump truck working a few feet away from us for over an hour. Both noisy and smelly. Even though we will pass through here twice a year, we won't stay again. - hunkahunka
Jun 2011 - $26.00
We chose this campground based on the most recent review thinking corrections had been made with new management. When we called we were told that they took Passport America. Got here and was given site #5 which is five sites from a busy highway. Told on the phone we would have site #26 (which was a big back in site away from the noise that stayed empty during our visit). The site was the most difficult in five years of RVing and I had to jack knife to get in. The "stream" in the back of the sites are a trickle of water so "waterfront sites" is a misnomer. The bathrooms in the office are outdated and has mold issues. There is no clear on site manager or person with legitimate power to make decisions. When we asked for a receipt, there was a discount but the office person said they do not take Passport America and we were charged for "free Wi-Fi." The Passport America logo is up on their door. Sounds like bait and switch. There are 13 sites with permanent residents which lend a different atmosphere than the "resort" they claim to be. Some of the permanent RVs looked old and deserted but were being occupied. The game room and new laundry are in utility sheds up a hill. The game room shed has some video games and that is it. I would not return which is unfortunate because the grounds are well kept and with reconfiguration of sites and on-site management this could be a "resort." But not under the current circumstances. - TailsAwagging
Dec 2010 - $36.00
A great park. We have stayed here twice, once in June 2010 and we came back in Dec. The summer visit was great and we had a wonderful time so decided to return in Dec. We got everything we had hoped for, even a white Christmas. We love this park and now they have a pool and game room, and laundry room, with two new showers and pool rec area opening this summer: it just keeps getting better. I can say: this is the nicest park, the best place to come for a family, to hike, rest and relax. They have a lot to offer and the price is very reasonable. A very clean, neat park and you can tell the management really cares about how the park looks and wants everyone to enjoy their stay. - jhouse
2400 N Highway 25 Travelers Rest, South Carolina 29690 (map) | (864) 834-8150
Sites: 55 | Latest Rate: $42.00 | 13 Reviews
Mar 2017 - $42.00
This is a small compact park but they did a great job with it's setup. The sites are positioned for maximum privacy and the whole campground is maintained to a very high standard. We were lead to our site and helped with packing in. A really nice service was picking up our propane tank and delivering it back full. The campground was mostly full the 3 days we were here so it must have a very good rep. It was still not fully open due to the time of year but I would venture a guess that everything would be top notch. We would definitely stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Dec 2016 - $46.00
The owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. The owner even escorted us to our site. We stayed Christmas week and the campground was full but it never felt crowded. - Cashlin
Sep 2016 - $45.00
This is a great park. It's a wooded setting that feels like a state park, and most of the sites back up against a small stream. All but 4 sites don't have neighbors in front of you so it's got a private feel. There were also trees and bushes between some of the sites to make them a bit more private.
The family that runs it is very nice, and super helpful, as were the work campers in the office.
A bit of highway noise near the front of the park, but not bad at all.
Verizon signal is a bit weak, but antennas or booster make it usable. - Robert Lee
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
Mar 2017 - $30.00
This park has potential, and it was adequate for our purposes of a weekend stay, but I would not be happy for the long term. The spaces are very narrow and all the sites and roads are full of loose gravel and potholes on one side of the park. The other side is all on grass, although the roads around that area are a little wider and paved. Many of the other RVs look like permanent residents and are old and run down. I will say that the manager was extremely friendly and accommodating. The site they tried to put us into was at a very weird angle and after struggling for 1/2 hr trying to line it up to back in, the manager shuffled some things around and decided to give us a pull thru. She told us to go to one, and we had to drive around the bend several times before we could get the right angle to approach it. By then, she changed her mind and asked us to take a different site 2 spaces over. We drove around the bend again, and then she remembered she had a really huge bus coming in and couldn't give us that spot. So she moved us adjacent to the office. I'm not even sure this is a real spot, but there was electric, water and sewer hookups, so I won't complain. I would not stay here again if I had a choice. - cherylbrv
Mar 2017 - $34.00
Mostly (95%) fulltime residents in an industrial part of town with railroad tracks thru the park and adjacent to the airport. Sites are small, very unlevel and 90 degrees to the main road with residents cars parked down both sides of the road. Extremely difficult to back in. Neighboring dogs (not in the park) barked constantly. I would only stay again if I had no other choice. They did have good utilities but were oddly placed and I had to use 30' of sewer hose. Camper parking is recent construction with much mud covered with straw, crushed stone mixed with sand pads. Lot's of stuff to track into the RV. Fulltime resident sites much better but unavailable for short term rental. Had to park toad along fence at front of park and between utility trailers they appeared to have for sale. - travler27
Sep 2016 - $32.00
This is a clean, tidy, RV Park close to Greenville with good access to major roads. Majority are permanent residents.
We have camped there a number of times to visit our grandchildren and could not be happier. The AC power is good, nice water with good pressure and tidy sewer hook ups. Park is in a rundown industrial area but do not be put off. Springwood is a little oasis.
No swings, no playground, no pool. It is not a destination spot. If you want a good, safe, clean and well run stopover - you have found it. - pluffmud
Mar 2017 - $36.00
This is a different kind of camp ground. The office is seldom open. They are accessible by phone. However, I had to make an extra effort to get a printed receipt, as I checked in by phone. The site we were placed in was not level. Site layout is a little weird. Our site was a pull in, but I had to back out. The site looks like a converted farm, so it is a nice setting. I would check out a different camping facility the next time I was in the Greenville area. - jwindham
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This is the only RV park to stay in the Greenville area. It is basic, but clean, quiet and friendly. Been coming here for 10 years. - Ginny Norton
Jul 2016 - $32.00
It was a quiet RV park with no children in our area. Pad was okay, but rocks kind of large for my dogs' feet. There were no bathroom or shower facilities, no cable TV hookups, no stores, basically camping in the wilderness. However, they did have full hookups, which made it bearable. Lots of restaurants and shopping within 15 minutes of the park. - Bon-Ton Borzoi
Apr 2017 - $36.00
This is an older campground with many long term campers and and apparently deserted units. It appears to be under new ownership or new management and they seem to be making some improvements. The bathrooms need upgrading, the roads are in poor condition with potholes and ruts as well as tree roots. It is quite a ways from the interstate so there is no traffic noise. Pets appear to be allowed to run loose (despite requirement for leashing) as we found numerous areas of animal droppings in our site. The single staff person we saw was very helpful even moving us to a site other than the one assigned when we made our reservation as he was uncertain if we would be able to reach the sewer hookup at the back of the site. We will probably not return except in an emergency. - grandma0942
Sep 2016 - $35.00
I moved here 2 months back. The staff is very nice and helpful. They have a pool and a sheltered picnic area, a playground for children, a full laundromat and a convenient store where you can buy snacks and get propane filled. Very quiet and no theft. Wide lots give you plenty of space to park camper and car. - brucegalbraith
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
Aug 2016 - $50.00
This campground is on the top of a mountain, up from Saluda NC., which I would not advise anyone with a unit bigger that 35' to attempt. The roads up are very winding and narrow, we were in the other lane trying to make the turns. Also need to use the Mountain Road entrance as there is a low bridge if you try the other way listed in the book. Also, interior roads are very narrow, only wide enough for one vehicle. We were is a 41 fifth wheel which was a little difficult to maneuver but they assured us we could do it. You need to pass the rr tracks on entrance in Saluda as you will drag your unit. - rose1234
Jun 2016 - $0.00
My husband I and saw this campground on a Google search of the area and went to their website. We did not stay here, but we drove through it while we were visiting the area. The GPS shows an 11.11 foot underpass so I checked the website. It said to follow their directions and DO NOT GPS this campground. After following their directions we got there. My husband and I know we would not stay at this campground because the roads were so winding, curvy, and narrow. We have a 42' motor coach and it would have but too much for it. But for 5th wheels and pull behinds would be just fine. Now, as we drove through the campground, it looks like a local family campground, with many permanent residents. The road going to the campground was said to be dirt and with pot holes. They have paved the entire road up to the entrance of the park. But it is only a 1 lane road. Very, very tight if someone is going out. I gave it a 6 only because of the access to and from would not be suitable for large coaches. - Honeybear & Sugarbear
Dec 2015 - $35.00
1st off, this place is not easy to find. We passed the entrance and ended up down a mountain and a train overpass in which we thought we would never be able to clear. Owner needs to a larger sign and well in advance to the turn in. Basically a one lane gravel road with lots of holes. Would not recommend anyone with a camper over 30'. Lots of permanent trailers there. The lake, if that's what you want to call it, is small, though our boys did have fun on the kayaks after they waited almost 30 minutes for one, because none of the children would give them up. Plenty to do for kids. Our site was a pull-through and REAL tight to get in. Not level at all. Most sites were not level. Small fire ring. - Prowler on the loose