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Pleasant campground, lots of room between sites. The water pressure was not satisfactory and we couldn’t take showers in our camper. The Internet isn’t high speed and we couldn’t get it to work unless no one was using it very early in the morning. If the water pressure were better, I would consider coming back, but it might be a deal breaker.
Love this family owned campground!! The sites weren't right on top of each other, but you can definitely see your neighbors with ease. The family that owns it lives on site. They have a pancake breakfast on the weekends, which was nice. They also have a store on site that has everything you didn't know you forgot!! Bathrooms were quite a walk from our site, so we drove to it when needed. The campground is pet friendly!! Dump station on site was convenient!
We were heading to Table Rock this past weekend to camp. As you pull in the gate, the entrance to the campground is just ahead on the left. We pulled up to the camp store and spoke to the woman inside. She was very friendly, gave us our sitemap and some general information about hours and we were on our way!
We pulled through the campsite - the first 8 or so sites on the right are VERY close together, flat and very average. As you pull into the loops though, the campsites spread out and are more private. A couple recommended sites would be # 52, as it was a bit larger than the other sites - and a bit more private - with a longer site. Another recommendation is site 13 - due to the large nature - a double site that backs up to the creek with a dry, shaded tent pad.
There are clean bathrooms, not great cell reception - but no worries! There is renovation happening here and sites are currently being updated and this campground will be even more beautiful when they are complete!
Pine Point Primitive Campground is found in SC and considered part of Table Rock State Park. A handful of sites are offered, each with a tent-pad, picnic table and firepit. Best of all the remote sites had FLAT tent pads, which always make for a better night sleep!
Pine Point Primitive Campground is found just past the visitor center. If you pull past the visitor center and the beginning of the lake, you should park towards the far end of the lot. You'll see the sign (shown below) and the trail immediately to the right.
We trekked down to check out available sites before selecting ours. The hike is an easy half mile, on a trail, with slight ups and downs. I don't recommend rolling anything down the trail (no stroller, wagon, etc.) but instead, be ready for a short walk. It is a reasonable distance, even without backpacking equipment and each site is well suited for primitive camping!
There are many trails around this area - both on this side of the road and the other side. Most popular hikes are to the summit of Table Rock but easier hikes can be found on this side of the highway also - and around the lake! This is a quieter option for basecamp while exploring this park!
Arrived here for a 5-night, tented stay from Sesqui State Park 2.5 hours away. Check in was easy, and the staff accommodated a second-chance selection given that Spot 60 was a bit too rocky for the tent. The alternatives #5 and #6 were close to the entrance and therefore exposed to the road, and #49 was next to the restrooms, but similar to #60, so stayed with #60. The spot is level be but jaggedly rocky, so it became necessary to remove stones and rocks as much as possible to prevent the damaging of the tent's floor. The picnic table's sandy pad was level and had the fire pit placed in an unfortunate upwind location, so sitting at the picnic table and having a smoky fire ended up being mutually exclusive. The sights and views of lake and mountain sides are serene and beautiful. No raccoons. Giant grasshoppers though. Clean bathrooms. Narrow, steep roads around the first campground loop, beware. Very nice visitor center. No WiFi, and terrible to Nil reception at the campground, from both TMobile and Verizon. The check-in office building's WiFi is unreliable. Had to drive to Easley to work remotely at the Ingles Starbucks!
Camped 9/25-9/27 in the family campground. Stayed at site 13. Super clean bathhouse which was very nice. Shower stall with doors instead of just curtains. There is a sink for dish washing in the back of the bathhouse. Dumpster is at the end of the large parking lot. The river is wonderful to listen to as you fall asleep. There is 0% service in the campground. No carriers had service so be aware.
Hiked to the top of Chestnut Knob and that was a very strenuous and beautiful hike. You will have service at the very top of the hill to call/text family and friends. You can start your hike right from the campground which is another bonus so you won’t need to drive to a trailhead.
Note: Bring firewood with you! Once the visitor center is closed there is none available and the campground has been picked clean of all available logs and sticks.
Overall I would definitely come back to camp and hike again. Beautiful state park!