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4.6 36
South Carolina 165837
Mar 10-17, 2022
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Upon entering the CG, there was a sign instructing campers to check in at the office before setting up on your site. HOWEVER, there is NO room to park your RV by the office without blocking the entire road, which is a One-Way road. The office is all the way in the back of the park. So, we just flagged down one of the CG employees, who checked with the office and told us our site number. We were in site #1, which has a nice view of the lake and fairly level; however, the site was very narrow and we barely had room to park the F150 truck sideways in front of our 36-foot MH. No problems with electric, water or sewer hookups. After setting up, we didn't bother to check in at all, and they didn't seem to mind - which is strange for a military rec area. Also, there is no secure gate upon entering the rec area/CG, and no ID check at all. They have a nice two-ramp boat launch area, which we used to launch our kayaks. The lake is rather large, and was nice to kayak around, and kayaked to one of the islands in lake. The bathrooms were clean and large, with 4 toilet stalls, 4 showers (4 for men, 4 for women), and a private handicapped toilet room and a handicapped shower room. Note: when it rains, it gets pretty soggy in the CG. If coming from the south (Camden) traveling north on Hwy 97, there was a detour due to bridge construction. The RV GPS didn't alert us, but it was just a short detour. Camden was about a 20-minute drive. It's a quaint little town. We highly recommend going to the Revolutionary War Museum/Site. We recommend trying to call the office ahead of your arrival to get your site number, so you can unhook your RV and set up as soon as you arrive. There is NO room to park your RV/MH by the office and check in. It was also pretty difficult to get anyone in the office to answer the phone, so be prepared to call several times.
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