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We stayed in one of the cabins with our two grandkids and had a great time. It was clean and spacious. Outside the cabin had a swing and fire pit. There is also plenty of open space and trails available. We even took the kids...More
We arrived in June 4, 2018, had our paid pre-reservation in hand , sign said check-in camp hose site 1 or 3, neither were there, so we found our site & backed in , shortly lady Park Ranger came by asked if we were coming...More
We are working on visitng all 47 SC state parks, and have made it to 25 so far. Givhan's Ferry is a good option for campers who want to visit Charleston. It is quiet and clean, with nice sites (some full hookup) and restrooms. January...More
If you are over 62 please invest in a SC State Parks Pass, It will be invaluable. That said, this park is a nice little reprieve with a boat launch, RV camping, primative camping, cabins (very cute and very inexxpensive) and two trails. The only...More
Stayed here 2 nights in a cabin just after the total eclipse. Not a lot of amenities compared to other state parks in SC but a nice place to stay just a short drive from Charleston, SC. Friendly staff and well mantained.
Stopped for one night at this campground on a return trip from Florida in February. Nice clean campground. Site we selected was full-hookups, which is why we choose this park. We reserved by telephone the night before and had no problems with getting the reservation.
We recently camped (tented) in August in the full hookup area which provided us water and electric. The park was very quiet and pleasant at night even on the weekend when all the camping sites started to fill up. Bathrooms were clean and had individual...More
This campground is on the Edis to River where the locals do a lot of tubing. Weekends stayed active with day visitors. The swimming and tubing area was far enough away from the camping area to not be bothersome, but close enough to walk to...More