Neat area, but too much gravel on the sites for tent camping. The spots were also too close together that there was no privacy in the campsite. I wish the camping was better because the river and trails are so worth the visit!
Campground is okay. Sites are on the smaller side, no privacy from each other, and campground is on a steep hill so walking to bathhouse is a good workout every time. Chau Ram itself is a beautiful park worthy of at least a full day trip.
The best thing about this campground to me is that it has a nice spot for my son to splash in the water and a nice playground as well. The facilities are clean enough, but there's nothing especially remarkable about this place to me.
This campground is very beautiful and peaceful. It has trails, a little beach to swim, and a wonderful playground. The bathrooms were beautiful. Lots of waterfalls nearby to explore and a beautiful winery nearby. Our family loves this park. The park ranger is very helpful and kind. A must visit.
This is a quiet campground. Every site except about 4 are on a hill. The sites are flat but it’s a hill to get to them. There are a lot of waterfalls in the area and a lot to do. The park has its very own waterfall. The park itself is very nice. There is no code to get out at night and the gates close at 8. Beautiful area!
Chau-Ram is a small 25-site campground in the SC mountains near the Georgia border. It is suitable for tents, pop-ups, and smaller RV. Great little park with a waterfall, river rapids, and hiking trails.
getting into site was very difficult due to angle. once in we loved the park. excellent views while hiking. very well kept. park ranger and neighbors were extreamly nice. would be 5 stars if easier to get into site
We loved bed it here and plan to go back soon! The spots are large, there are gorgeous hiking trails, waterfalls and rapids, and an area you can swim/tube in the river at your own risk of course. Great playground and plenty of space to walk/hike/bike. The only downfall is that the campground is built on a hill so the walk to the campsites is a bit tough if you have a spot up the hill.