We stayed here two nights as it was the best available in the area. That said, the campground is for sale and in desperate need of upkeep and improvements. There are numerous permanent units and one that looked abandoned. W/S/E all worked. Fee was for cash as they charged more for using a credit card. The lady who owns it lives on site in a regular house and was very nice. This is definitely not a place to camp with children. There is no space for tow cars except on the side of the interior roads which are gravel and very rutted.
We stayed here one night out of necessity. The camp is very hard to find, especially after dark. We pulled in and there was no one about so we just selected a site. This appears to have been a nice camp ground at some point in the past but it has gone to seed. Water, sewer and electric worked but sites are uneven and over grown. Interior roads are unpaved, rutted and muddy after a rain. The camp is in desperate need of a major rework of its infrastructure. It struck us as a jewel in the "very rough." There are lots of permanent units on site and some that appear to be abandoned. We were charged $30 cash; not credit cards taken. This camp ground will do in a pinch but we cannot recommend it as a destination.
Camped here for four nights. Our site was up on a hill with a concrete pad and a view of the pond/lake. New owners could not have been nicer. They are working hard to improve an already nice camp ground. Road into park from highway is steep and rough, but not a problem if you take it slow. Interior roads are paved or gravel and smooth. They sell propane and have a modest store, but a good grocery store is less than two miles away. The camp is quiet and pleasant to walk around. They have a laundry with multiple washers and dryers that work well. One fifty to wash and $1.00 to dry. We come to the Spartanburg, SC area to visit family and this will be our go-to camp ground in the future.