We stayed here April 2-4. We mainly stayed here because it’s only an hour and a half from Charleston, and read some good reviews.
If you are coming from the south, be advised that once you are off I-95, you will see zero stores or gas stations, so plan accordingly.
The road going into the campground is pretty bad, but doable. We tent camp, but saw quite a few bigger rigs camped there. I did hear some of the other campers with trailers saying they had trouble backing into their sites do to the trees.
If you’re getting there after dark, I imagine that it would be difficult to find your site.
Site 37 was super small, but we did manage to get our tent set up as well as our screen for the picnic table. The water spigot was in a weird spot and got in the way.
There are many spots that are bigger and in better spots, so choose wisely. There was no privacy at 37 and it was way to close to the site next to us.
There seems to be many trails for hiking and/or mountain biking and we did see people with kayaks.
There are two bathrooms that were fairly clean, although one was closed Saturday afternoon for a plumbing issue.
We were surprised at the amount of people camping, because the first night we were there, it got down to 27 degrees.
If you are not bringing wood with you, the office will deliver to your site if you call between 4 and 5 pm.
Overall, a decent place, and we will go back, just into a different site.