This was our first time out after having to cancel trips during the CoronaCation, so we were really ready.
Got our favorite campsite on the back row, away from the kids and the beach. Quiet with all the nature critters.
Site is a good size, very near the bathhouse. Bathhouse is well maintained and about average for cleaning.
Since the hurricane almost destroyed the park, none of the sites are really on the beach, so bring your wagon.
Bring a fan and your bug stuff. If the breeze ever stops, the bugs can only be described as biblical.
Raccoons, deer, squirrels, and armadillos maraude through the campground constantly looking for food. The raccoons -can- open your high dollar grizzly proof cooler if they want to. Don't leave anything that smells edible unattended.
A beautiful location on the lake. All campsites can probably see the lake a little.
Downside is that it's super crowded. Apparently all the fishermen drag their families in along with their boats. While they're fishing, Mom and the kids are left in the campground.
Amenities are standard for SC parks, but they're worn-out. Could definitely use a refresh.