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Great Quiet Campground

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.

Another Great Georgia State Park

We’ve camped here a couple of times this summer. Great access to the lake. Nice campground. Clean good sized sites. Hiking trails. Very nice place to relax.

Wonderful Campground and Park

We camped here back in the spring. Hiked, paddle boated, saw some gators, got some nice photos. Sites were clean, well laid out. It was a fun weekend. Staff was friendly.

Beautiful park

Spacious room between sites. Lots of fun things to do!

First to Review
Great place

Came here in March 2020 for a dag event

Fighting was nice. First day it rained for like 10 hours so Inspite of drainage methods it was still wet

First day Fighting we thought behind Castle in the woods area. I like this area especially

The next day since the ground dried out a little we fart in the field it was fun

Great campsite !

Looked on Dyrt to find a camp ground on the spur of the moment and chose Dreher Island State Park and glad we did! Beautiful view of the lake and very nice and peaceful.

Kayaking

So worth the trip! Beautiful hour long paddle from Aiken St Park.

The perfect place to relax during the hot SC summer

This campground is a breath of fresh air and my new favorite campground. The park is clean and so are the bathrooms! The sites are spacious and if you get site 11 during the week, you might be the only ones in a large section of the camp.  The cheaper sites (the non-"full service" ones) still have electricity and water.  The bugs seem to be under control here, too.

There are at least 8 geocaches, a self-led park BINGO, a swimming beach, paddleboat rentals, fishing ponds stocked with catfish, and a tackle loaner program. Note that the park office is only open from 11a-noon and 4-5p. The rangers are super-friendly.

If you get a chance to go to nearby Blackville, make sure to dine at Miller's Bread-Basket, an Amish-Mennonite restaurant with a Southern touch.

Serene and beautiful

We loved this campground! Spent 9 nights there and were away from everything in a quiet secluded shady lot near the lake. Took our own kayak, ride our bikes, hiked the trails and never seemed to run out of things to do!

Great sites

Love the big selection of waterfront sites