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We wanted a last minute, quick drive from Asheville and got lucky with a spot! It was a double which we didn’t need but could see really enjoying with some friends and family. Girls loved being near the water. It was fairly quiet and think would be fun for kids to play post covid. Quick ride to some great hiking! I would have liked a little more foliage around our spot especially as it was at the turn for the loop (56). We will be back!
Peaceful little spot. A small loop of sites with decent space between.
It’s first come first serve, but we were able to drive in Thursday night at 6pm and get site 6, right on the river (the whole camp was about 40% full).
Bathrooms are a short walk from all sites. Water is easy to find.
There’s a 15$ fee per night, self pay.
If you’re in the area, this is a good spot to get away from the world.
This place was large but we really struggled finding a place to stay once we got in the park, cars were parking so close to road it was hard to pull our rig through some areas. Concrete always also caving in leaving ditches that dropped off several feet… I would not stay here again unless I only wanted to use the sit to get in and out of Greenville. Nearly every good site by the amenities and playgrounds in this place was taken by annuals… If you are headed to Greenville visit the the Parks Fall on the Reedy, and the Greenville Zoo…
This is a great Campground if you're not looking for a bunch of frou-frou amenities. The road is well maintained but can be very steep in places so make sure you have some tread on your tires. No garbage cans so pack in and pack out. No generators allowed. But clean campsites and plenty of toilets. There's even a primitive hot shower. The people are very friendly both the campers and the people who operate the camp. Wood is available on-site $5 for 10 pieces or you can pack your wood in. I will definitely be back.
Not as cramped & crowded as State parks. First loop is first come first serve, with sites closer to the beach side of lake, if you're there in the summer. However, the reserved sites on 2nd loop are more private & some offer good lake views. Bathrooms were plenty & decent. Hosts brought firewood by at check-in, available to purchase, very convenient. Cute rural Towns nearby for shopping & eating.
Located in a great area as a jumping off point in the area…. if trout fishing is your thing best campground close to Hwy 28 area of the Chattooga Delayed Harvest Area…. nice bend of the West Fork with trout right in the pools..
Easy to get to from Atlanta or South Carolina. Campground has 80 graveled sites that are easy to back into. There is a nice playground, basketball court and pool. Plenty of bathrooms and a laundry facility. Rabun gap is close to a variety of activities including hiking trails, wineries, old country shopping and so much more.
Campground is super clean and the host is available at a moments notice.
We went to the lower campsite because the road to #2 was flooded. We actually briefly walked across the river bridge and found a beautiful spot right next to the river. The sites were dispersed enough, maybe 50-100yds between tents with trees separating. Would highly recommend. There are no amenities, so be prepared.
If you want to hike the area, do some homework before arriving because there is no service.