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We camped here back in August and had a blast! We brought our two dogs and they also had a great time. This site is very dog friendly (obviously), with many sites having their own fenced in yards. We opted for a site without a fence, which we regretted once we got there. The gravel at our site was painful for our dog’s feet and they had a hard time walking on it. The dog parks made up for this! There are multiple large dog parks located at the campground. The restrooms were awesome, but are single person use only. We felt like we were the only ones using them (that’s how well maintained they were). Campsites are close together but we didn’t mind. The staff was great, they helped us find our site and even helped us back our camper in. There was power and water hookup at each site. There is tons of stuff to do around the area too. Chimney Rock and Lake Lure are right around the corner and SO FUN.
Park is ok for overnight stay, if traveling, the best thing about the park was the riverside sites. Interstate traffic was loud, WiFi wasn’t strong enough to connect to, no amenities other than the bath houses (we didn’t use) & walking trail that apparently ran along most of the length of the road,sites were muddy (due to all the rain) when you come off the interstate you have to make a extremely hard right to get into park, not possible with a big rig…had to go up to the office/shop and turn around.
This is a typical Corp of Engineers campground, well kept with a variety of pull through and back-in sites. Sites are 50/30/20 electric with water, picnic table and fire ring. Many sites have a tent pad, are very level packed gravel/sand and well situated with very few having very close neighbors. Shade is at a premium on some sites due to cutting of pine trees a couple of years ago but almost all are waterfront with an excellent view. Some sites have direct access to the water allowing boats right at the site and swimming. The swimming beach is very nice and well maintained as are the playgrounds. Three bath houses are convenient to all loops, well maintained and clean. Cell service is very good as is over the air TV with numerous channels available. The dump station is easy in/out. Sites 10 through 40 have awesome views of Lake Hartwell.
This campground sets on a peninsula into Lake Keowee and offers gorgeous views of the lake and mountains in the distance. While possible for big rigs, it can be a challenge in some areas. The sites are mostly in the 30-35 foot range and most are back in, fairly level and offer 30/20 electric and water. Picnic tables and fire rings are on the sites, but unfortunately most of the sites do not offer a lot of usable area around the site. A few sites near the boat ramp are unparalleled in their view of the lake and mountains and reservation planning is a must if these are wanted. Being far out in the country the cell service isn't so good and according to where you are even over the air TV is spotty. A nice boat ramp and swimming beach are available, as are bath houses centrally located. The camp store was closed due to Covid when we stayed, but there are kayak and canoe rentals. The dump station was easily accessed and very clean. There are cabins, but we did not look at them. All in all, this is a very nice campground for families or couples wanting a getaway.
This is a very nice campground with a variety of sites, many are waterfront and some have direct access to the water. I rated it with only 4 stars because the interior sites and some of the waterfront can get hot with no breeze. The bath houses are well kept but many of the sites are far away. The roads are wide and easily navigable for the most part, but in a couple areas very tight turns are necessary (sites 39-52). Level pads with picnic tables and fire rings. Some sites are well dispersed and others are very close. Cell phone coverage is very good and several channels available over the air for TV. Best sites are 47, 59, and 60.
This is a well kept campground with all of the sites right on the water. Many are pull through and while there are a few smaller sites most will handle a 40' rig. There are three bathhouses with showers around the campground and one bathroom with flush toilets but no showers. Roads are wide, well kept, and easy to navigate. Sites have 50/30/20 amp electric service and water, pads are level packed gravel, each having a picnic table and fire ring. Many sites offer direct water access right in front of the site and are kept clear so swimming next to site is outstanding. Cell phone service is very good and over the air TV offers about 10-12 channels. Most sites have nice shade, but some are full sun. There is no camp store, however a Dollar General is about five miles away. Accessible from I-85 via SC State Hwy 24, about 10 miles. Excellent campground, our go to place since we live about 30 minutes away. Best campsites are 3, 14, 57, 58, 69 & 70.
Our first camping, and in December, no less. Few campers, but spacious sites. I collect local fallen tree limbs to burn. Lots of them around! Great hiking trails, but most bike trails closed because of a bridge failure. I would return in an instant.
We were in Clemson for a wedding, and were surprised how close Twin Lakes Campground was to everything. 12 minutes to downtown Clemson (even on a game day Saturday).
Our site had amazing seclusion and great views of Death Valley stadium and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
A couple things about our site #12. It's a multi-level site where your rig goes up top, and you have a fantastic "lower patio" with a large picnic table and fire pit. 8 yards from a small sandy beach area where you could pull a boat up to.
BUT BEWARE, this spot is really meant for motorized RV's and not trailers. Due to the orientation it is meant to pull in head first so your electric and water are on the "land side" and not the "lake side" of the site. That allows you to have your door and awning facing the lake. HOWEVER, if you're in a trailer like we are, you have to come into the site from other direction, basically against the one way direction of small road.
You'll notice our utilities are on the same side as the normal sitting area, which faces the hill and NOT the water. Then when pulling out, you have no option other to go the wrong way on the one way loop…you'll need to have spotters.
Overall, site is fantastic. RV's all day long. Travel trailers beware…make sure you're under 25 feet to be able to make the very tight "against the grain" turns you'll need to get in here.
But…with the view and seclusion as the nearest site is about 50 yards away…worth it if you can summon a lot of patience.