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3 RV Parks near Whitmire, South Carolina
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Whitmire. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Whitmire in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $34.00
The park has easy access from the Interstate and the directions and signs to find the park were good. The staff was friendly and they escort to your site. Our site was level with what appeared to be fresh gravel and was sufficiently long for our toad. The only suggestion we could make is to improve the access roads in the park with more gravel to smooth them out a bit. We would return if our plans bring us back this way. - Don & Jean G.
Oct 2018 - $28.00
First, I was misled by previous reviews stating the lack of "road noise" from I26 which is adjacent to this campground. There is significant road noise. If you are willing to deal with that fact, everything else about the campground is very satisfactory. We stayed for 2 nights and hiked in the Sumter National Forest which is very close. Sites are gravel and ours was perfectly level. Staff was very accommodating & helpful. Restrooms were very clean. - Penfield Pathfinder
Oct 2018 - $31.00
My friends and I stayed here recently, while participating in a precision rifle match at the nearby Clinton Plantation (12 miles/10 mins up I-26).On-arrival, the staff was very courteous and helpful. They guided us to our assigned camp spot, and anytime we stopped into the office/store we were met warmly. - Ed Grossheim
Aug 2017 - $38.00
They have great fishing. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. They have a nice store for your convenience. There is a dump station. - Kayla-69_
Oct 2018 - $28.00
The staff were very helpful and courteous. The site was 50 amp newly installed. The water was innovative with a installed back flow preventer. With campers close by, it was very pleasant. - FrederickC
May 2018 - $20.00
Chester State Park is a beautiful, small campground. The grounds and roads are very well maintained, and the sites are clean. Sadly, there are only 3 sites with an open view to the lake (which is 50+ yards or more away)... which means that if anyone wants to spend time at the lake (which is everyone), they have to cut through the areas around those 3 sites to get to it. This doesn't seem like it would be an issue, as there are several ways to get around the sites without cutting right through someone else's campsite, but it seems that cutting through an actual site is the way most people made their way down there. Basically, there's not much respect for "personal space". We didn't really have an issue with this, and still found the trip to be very relaxing (even with the distance to the lake, the view was amazing), but if you are more of a private person, this may be annoying to you. Another nice feature is that this park has a disc golf course, but you need to be a bit better than a beginner to really enjoy it (we are beginners). The course is cut out nicely, but it's still like hiking and the "rough" is really rough, so losing your disc in the woods can result in a lot of brier cuts and scrapes. - FlowerChild7275
Apr 2018 - $18.00
Site was very nice for one without sewer hook-ups. Electric was stable and good. Water pressure was a little low for us to take showers. One of the toilets in the men's bathroom was broken loose from the floor and appeared to have been that way for a long time. My wife told me that there was two toilets in the women's bathroom that were broken the same way. The main problems that we had was with the enforcement of their pet policies. We kept our small dog on a 6' leash as the rules stated, but there were several other campers that just let their dogs run loose with nothing restricting their movements. One of the campers had a very large dog that was on about a 20' rope and when we went by that campsite I thought the dog was going to break the rope until the owner had to grab the dog and physically restrain him. Also there were several sites where the dogs were tied out to a tree, or the camper, and allowed to stay there. I thought that you were not supposed to do that. We tried to be very careful of the other camper's sites when we were walking but I noticed that some of the other campers did not care and would just walk through any of the sites that they wanted to. I also noticed several sites that had at least three or more vehicles parked at the site. Most of these sites are small and barely able to have one vehicle parked much less 3 or 4 vehicles. We also noticed that some of the vehicles were driving very fast through the campgrounds even though there was a 5 mph speed limit. This could be a great place to camp if the camp host or the rangers would monitor the campers and make them obey the rules. Why have rules if you are not going to enforce them? We will not be staying at Chester State Park again until they start making everyone go by the rules. - dakota ev