Table Rock SP offers many camp sites, to include trailer, tent and cabins. The trailer sites are far enough apart that you don't feel like you're on top of your neighbors, but still make good use of a small space to keep from encroaching on the rest of the park. Each trailer site has water and electricity connections and there is a comfort station with toilets and hot showers.
The fee was reasonable for a popular place like this and reservations are definitely needed during peak seasons. I went during the off season so there weren't too many others out with me. The campground as a whole is clean and well-maintained.
South Carolina SPs currently have a ban on bringing in firewood, forcing me to buy some at the camp store, leading to my only criticism: The wood was still very green and required significant work to get lit and constant attention to keep burning.
Overall, though, it was a great experience and I plan on going back many times to check out the other trails and activities in the area.
Loved the camp site …the bath house was nice and clean …. It did rain a little but it was peaceful and relaxing ..
Thank you for a BEAUTIFUL place to camp
cabins are very nice . The hike up Table Rock was fun and views from the top are breathtaking
We've stayed in the newer section of the Park several times now--each time, a different experience: waterfall hikes in Dupont, a segment hike to finish off the Foothills Trail, nearby mushroom hunt dayhikes around the lake, incredible climbs to impressive vistas. A recommended destination that always satisfies--whether you love to backpack, dayhike, camp or glamp!
Stayed in tent saturday night with wife and 2 kids and a dog. Tons to do for everyone. Safe, clean and quiet.
We tented camped here with 2 kids. We actually got a spot in the loop beyond the lake. It was quiet when we were there, and the newly renovated bathhouse was a nice surprise- large, clean, well lit with accessible showers. We didn't hike to the top because of the kids, so instead we hiked Carrick's Creek trail. There is a small waterfall with a wading and swimming area that the kids absolutely loved. The swimming at the lake just so-so - I wasn't overly impressed, but the kids were happy. Overall would recommend.
Table Rock is one of the largest state parks in the state of SC and has a TON to offer in terms of hiking. We stayed in the primitive hike in tent only camp sites, not the "regular" campground. The hike in was relatively easy. Sites are VERY close together, so don't plan on much privacy. Tent pads and picnic tables are provided and were clean.
I haven't been to the Park in a while, but plan to go soon.
My brother's wedding was conducted @The Lodge at Table Rock State Park last month. Just a great place! Lots of room for the ceremony, foid, and dancing. I have been swimming there at other times and have camped there as well.
I had a blast passing through here during Thanksgiving last year. The leaves were changing or on the ground, so while exploring the trail system, you could get amazing views.