We stayed on site 16 right on the lake. Beautiful views. Our site was very steep, so took a lot to get level, but it was ok. The rangers we're very nice and helpful. Took a walk on the nature trail and it was a nice, short hike and then we looked at the museum and schoolhouse. The only downside is that you could hear the traffic at the campsites. Other than that it was a great spot.
This is a cool little spot not far from Charlotte NC which doesn't seem as busy as other nearby campgrounds. Staff are friendly. There are cites right next to a lake which is perfect for paddling around in a canoe or kayak just watch out for stumps. Fishing wasn't great when I was there, but it might be better in cooler weather.
Smaller campground, very friendly rangers. Nice nature trail around the lake. Single camping loop.
A few sites right on the shore of a small lake. Sewer is not at all sites; only a few in the center of the campground.
I had site 18. Right on the shoreline. Level and shaded.
Beautiful campground and park, only 25 campsites so it is quiet and well cared for! Campsite rates are very reasonable and all sites have electric and water and 3 sites also have sewer! Bathrooms and showers are clean and staff are friendly and helpful! We will be returning soon! The park is located approximately 20 miles from Rock Hill and 30 miles from Charlotte so there is plenty to see and do on the days you want to do some sightseeing!
I came here for a day trip and this place was pretty nice even though im not really into history. There is a museum and is perfect for kids