Good amount of camping with a short hike in. Sites are right on the Chatooga River. This river is stocked with trout. Fishing license is required but both SC and GA are acceptable as the river is the state line. Short hike to King Creek Falls.
There are 2 sides to this park. The side we stayed on butted up next to an entrance to Pisgah. We stayed at Ray Fisher campground site. It was about a mile hike to the pond side sites. Fire rings and pads are built in. Not much to do without crossing into pisgah but worth staying here to see the nearby falls
This park is clean, convenient, and offers really good single pitch climbing routes. Most camping sites are well made with pads, table, and fire pit. They are well shaded as well.