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Paris Mountain State Park Greenville, SC
90 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Nice Once You Get Parked"

We enjoyed our stay in the park, but getting our rig in and out of the park took a few years off my life. There’s about a mile trek from the entrance to the campground. It is *very* narrow and winding. If you meet another RV, then one of you will... Read more

Fort McAllister State Park Richmond Hill, GA
133 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Nice Park, But Not 5 Stars"

The pros- Park was clean and well laid out. Sites were private and level. Ours was a pull through which is always nice. We were on the back loop (50) and it was quiet and shady. The sites as you enter do have full hookups we noticed (ours did... Read more

Mayberry Campground Mount Airy, NC
168 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Clean And Nice!"

Very well kept campground. Sites are all graveled and level. Lawn areas well manicured. Not very private (no shade), and you do hear the nearby interstate traffic noise, though. Has two fishing ponds and we caught 16 decent size fish (released)... Read more

Croft State Park Spartanburg, SC
273 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Nice park"

We stayed at campground 2, and had a lake view site (34). It was pretty, but somewhat unlevel. It was difficult to get our RV level with the wood we had brought. The bathrooms were very clean and nice, and the campground very well maintained.... Read more

484 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Nice, but it has issues"

For a county park, Dan Nicholas is good. But it does have a few issues that need addressed, especially if you have a larger rig. Some sites are VERY tight, and if you have slide outs, some wouldn’t work for you at all. They’re also a bit unlevel... Read more

Givhans Ferry State Park Ridgeville, SC
496 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Quiet & close to Charleston "

We chose this park primarily for its proximity to Charleston. Drive into the historic part of the city was about an hour, and if you’re doing plantation tours along Ashley River Rd only 30 minutes. The park was nice and quiet. Recently updated to... Read more

Lake Wateree State Park Winnsboro, SC
567 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Nice but remote"

We stayed at the older of the two campgrounds, Riverside. The newer one, Taylor’s Creek, does have sewer, but no shade and hence no privacy. Riverside is very pretty with all the tall trees. It does have a lot of sites though and it did feel... Read more

595 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Peaceful stay"

Jordan Lake is huge, and very pretty. We camped on the C loop. After having driven around, Loop A appears to be only primitive sites (no electric, no water), and B and C have water and electric, no sewer. Loop B does have a swim beach, though, and... Read more

623 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Okay, but needs some work"

Nice, shady sites, but they are all very TIGHT. Definitely built before today’s bigger RVs were the norm. Most of the sites are very short and not level. Some we would not have been able to get our rig level at all. Also no privacy at all between... Read more

Cheraw State Park Cheraw, SC
638 days ago

JaneR 15 reviews

"Loved this place!"

Beautiful small park, all sites are tucked in beside a lovely lake. The camp hosts maintain the sites very well. Sites are level and shaded, most have sufficient tree screening for privacy. The little town of Cheraw has a great self guided walking... Read more
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Paris Mountain State Park
Greenville, SC
"Nice Once You Get Parked"
Fort McAllister State Park
Richmond Hill, GA
"Nice Park, But Not 5 Stars"
Mayberry Campground
Mount Airy, NC
"Clean And Nice!"
Croft State Park
Spartanburg, SC
"Nice park"
"Nice, but it has issues"
Givhans Ferry State Park
Ridgeville, SC
"Quiet & close to Charleston "
Lake Wateree State Park
Winnsboro, SC
"Nice but remote"
"Peaceful stay"
"Okay, but needs some work"
Cheraw State Park
Cheraw, SC
"Loved this place!"
Raven Rock State Park
Lillington, NC
"New park, had a good stay "
"A hidden gem!"
Chewalla Lake Recreation Area
Holly Springs, MS
"Beware"
"Over rated"
"Way too crowded"
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