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The sites are mostly gravel with areas of dirt, but mine was level. I was near the bath house and laundry which were both clean and well maintained. The population looks like a mix of mostly long-term residents, with a few mid to short-term. It is a full hookup facility, and all my connections…
We absolutely loved this campsite(#45) it was our first time there. We did a last minute trip from Orlando, Fl and it was great. We showed up late Friday, 30 min before closing. They had a sign on the window with the number to inform the tenant and the option to purchase firewood. We only got one…
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We have been going here since I was a kid. Now I take my kids to old salem. Its great. They have playgrounds and a beach. A Pavillion area for party's and lots of lake to fish 🐟 on. We love it.
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Park is the home of the VP of the Confederacy and features his home and Civil War artifacts (check for open hours). Hiking trails. Power and water, with dump station. The shower house is new (2019) and is ADA. Also laundry is at shower house. Firewood for sale with camp host. Shady, level, back…
This is my favorite spot for taking it in, and getting back to nature. Bussey Point is a no frills campground. If you are looking for luxurious amenities, and a pristine restroom facility, this is not the place for you. Bussey Point is primitive camping at it's best. Btw, watch out for the horse…
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We stopped here for one night in December, passing through. The park had a beautiful Christmas light display with hot chocolate and a Christmas movie playing on a big screen. The park staff were so friendly. There is a small lake with boat rentals. Campground is clean. We want to return and…
We really like campgrounds that have a lot of room, space between each site and easy sites to get in to. AH Stephen’s fits that bill! Comfort station was very clean, hosts available if needed and the campground wasn’t overly packed with campers on top of each other.
The spots were nice, large, most waterfront, with power and water. Definitely a spot I will go back to.
We camped here just as the COVID shutdowns were beginning back March. There were only a few campers. We were right on the water. Large clean sites. Great campground. It was a cool early spring evening. We had a nice campfire and enjoyed a nice time.
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Campground rates are $10 per night and reservations must be made now through recreation.gov
All sites are waterfront On Clark Hill Lake(Strom Thurmond Lake)
If you pack it on, pack it out. There is no trash pickup provided
Not many sites but what they have are nice. Bath houses are ok and staff is laid back.
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We had a nice weekend at AH Stephens State Park. We didn’t get to tour the museum because of social distancing 🤷🏼♀️ but the park is well kept.
The park located in small town. It is very quite, nothing is nearby. Walmart is 33 miles away, so you should stock up before camping there. Camp sites are big and far from each other. No WiFi.
We stayed at the esquirion site which was large and had stables. Beautiful place and clean... Kind of tight and up hill a little getting in and out...
Raysville is a hidden gem at Clarks Hill Lake. this campground is much quieter and more secluded than the others in the area. they still offer decent bath houses with showers. the only negative in my mind is the lack of a swimming area for kids.