This is a primitive area along the Palmetto Trail in the Francis Marion National Forest.
Many hiker's heading to or coming down from the Appalachian Trail will camp here in a beautiful setting underneath live oak trees.
There are 3 areas to camp: along the dirt loop road, a big field, and a few areas tucked back in the trees.
This first appears to be a small campground due to the size of the road's loop. But, there are several large areas with plenty of room for tent or hammock camping.
There are only a couple spots for an RV or Travel Trailer to park, but they are pull through along the side of the main loop.
Plenty of parking for those willing to walk their gear into the large field, or along the camping areas down by the trail.
Depending on the year, you'll either have this campsite all to yourself, or be sharing it with 100 other tents. Large groups love this free site (i.e. church youth groups) as it's easy to get to and about 30 minutes to Charleston, SC.
I've always found this place to be one of those "nearest far away places" due to the seclusion.
Everything here is pack in and pack out, so don't expect anything fancy, just a free and fun spot to camp for a night. Down the road is the Wambaw Cycle Trail, a maintained trail system for motocross & dirt bikes.