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We came looking for this campsite past dark and after a half hour of driving on a gravel road we gave up searching and just parked on the side of the road for the night.
In the morning we went hunting for the campground and ended up finding at least 10 campsites scattered throughout the mountain…
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We had mechical problems with the MH and they held our site for us until we got here a few days later. Friendly owners, guide you to your site, very clean Park, well maintained. Prices are reasonable for the area. Beautiful setting. Big enough for our 40' MH, we unhooked.
We really have enjoyed SC state parks but will never come back to this one. We had to move spaces because it was so ridiculously unlevel (other campers shared same experience). The only one we could get literally faced the street and had zero privacy. There is a full hook up area (rare in a state…
For anyone who’s never camped at this location, the campsites are located in a few places (keep reading) which isn’t listed on the map by the (vault) toilets, no running water other than the creek, and NO CELL SERVICE.
Upon turning off the main road into the Raven Cliff Falls area there’s a trail…
This is a very popular destination. So, the campground was pretty loud and crowded at night until the lights out call. The lake views with the mountains in the background are perfect. Tad cool in the evenings, which would be perfect in the hot months. We learned that the other campground loop…
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We stayed on two sites (8 and 11) as a group for a weekend. There isn’t water access from the site but you can see the water from some sites. Sites were on the smaller side and not particularly level front to back. Bath house was clean but a decent uphill walk away from most sites as there is only…
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Nice sites with hiking and lake scenery.
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The sites we stayed at were on gravel pads located 50-100 ft from the car. The cars are parked on a ridge and you hike a little bit downhill to the camp spot. Very forested and private. Beautiful views from the campsite. Would definitely come back! Water and bathrooms are a short walk down the…
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We drove here to find that the coordinates given by the app took us to a neighborhood and once you get there the pin that shows where the campsite is supposed to be has a sign saying “disaster area”. Don’t waste your time driving here unless the coordinates get updated.
From Hwy 107 you can access Burells Ford road which is fully gravel and rocky, certain cars may have difficulty. Just follow the gravel road and you’ll find a parking lot on the left that has a backcountry campsite but you have to hike to the site, it’s not a drive in site. If you keep continuing…
Love this place easy to get in, clean, cheap,lots of walking room. Concrete beach not so great.
Camped here several times. The gorge is a thing of beauty with several overlooks around the rim. There is a nice trail from the campground that will lead to the gorge. At this wtiting permits are not being issued to hike to the bottom of the gorge. Dogs are permitted on the trails except the…
A very beautiful mountain waterfall trail to High Falls. The rock steps where amazing.
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Spent another 3 nights at Tugaloo State Park. It is our happy place. Our campsite was extraordinary. Beautiful sunrise each morning and the weather was perfect camping on the lake weather. There is so much to do at this park or just relax watching the boats go by.
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I love camping here. Most sites are by the creek. And they are far enough away from each other you really feel at one with nature. There’s even a bathroom near by.