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Most Recent Fair Play Camping Reviews
River RVing at its best

Lots of good RV sites right along the river. Full hook ups in A section and then plenty more around the camp ground that offer all but sewage.
1 video of the gorge which is really close by and a nice hike

Quiet site on the river

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.

Great location, close to Greenville SC

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…

Gorgeous lake views

We loved our stay here! Highly recommend a trip here during late fall season, the weather was perfect and it wasn’t crowded. Bathrooms were very clean and easy to access.

1st time RVers

Great location. It is surrounded by hiking and biking trails, waterfalls and cool little towns.

The host at the lodging were nice and took their time with us.

Full hook up sites are a huge benefit for first time RVers

Anna Bell Falls is a gorgeous site and a must see.

Raven Cliff is a little journey in itself with and amazing reward at the end.

Would recommend

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.

Close to Chattooga River... on the West Fork!

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..

Fairly new RV resort in Rabun Gap, Ga

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.

Went to the lower campsite

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.

Very primitive

We had campsites TS1 & TS2 across the water. A few of us kayaked to our site while others hiked 3miles to our site. It was very quiet and we could barely see our neighbors. Our site was surrounded by trees, plenty of options for hammocking/pitching a tent. It does include a fire pit with a grill grate option. This was our 2nd time here and we will def continue camping here.