One of the best places to camp in the upstate area. Park is small (only 14 sites), but very quiet and peaceful. The host family strives to take care of all the campers. The owner led us to the campsite and helped us level our unit. They had numerous planned activities for the guests. Campground also has cabins that can be rented. Park is close to Saluda River (camp has canoes or tubes) as well as Table Rock and Caesars Head. Park has playground, basketball, swingset, and hiking trail. Go and visit: you won't be disappointed.
This is our 3rd stay here. Park was not as well kept as previous trips. Restrooms were not clean. The playing field needed to be mowed. Cable TV was not working. However, it is a very scenic campground on Lake Hartwell and one of the best in the area to stay.
Wonderful park. Great bike trails, fishing, crabbing, dog off leash park, kayaks, paddle boats, climbing wall. Close to historic Charleston. Beach 10 minutes away. One of the best parks we've stayed in.
State Park near Harwell, GA. Have only 5 full hookup sites which were formally mobile home sites. These 5 are not very well laid out. We actually had to park on the cul de sac in order to access the hookups. Otherwise, the park is nice and scenic. Lake Harwell is very low because of drought conditions.
Scenic park directly on Strom Thurmond Lake. Lots of sites on the water. Spacious and clean gravel sites. Some turns around the campground a little tight for big rigs. Has playgrounds, mini golf, and hiking trails. Approximately 30 miles to Augusta, GA. As usual, the Georgia State Parks are nice to camp in.
Scenic park just off I-85 at the GA/SC state line. Large lots with many waterfront options. Mini golf was closed this time of year. Quiet and clean with gravel on lots. Lots of bike trails. Showers needed cleaning. Overall, fun place to stay.