Review Detail3.9 60
South Carolina 143983
The campground is very quiet and clean. All hook ups worked perfectly. Plenty of room for our 40' Class A. Lot of green space near the water. The lake level is still low do to dam work. A couple things to be aware of~ Gate 5 to enter Fort Jackson was closed the week we were there. When pulling into the campground you need to take that 1st or 2nd roads to be positioned to back into your site. The 3rd dirt road is by far the largest, but you will be heading the wrong way to back in. While we were there, EVERY single RV entering went to the last. largest road and had to exit and come back in. There needs to be a large sign showing where to enter. The other sort of bizarre thing is the bugle calls from the speakers in the campground. We have stayed in military campgrounds in almost every state. We are used to Reveille, Call to Quarters, Taps. Here there seemed to be a very strange schedule. We were normally gone all day, but this was the calls from today (same as other days). 5:45 am, 6am, 6:15am,7am, Then we were gone for the day. Upon Return, 4:50pm. 4:55pm,5pm 5:07 pm,5:10pm, 7pm 7:15pm,8pm.10pm. Other days were similar, but different times. Not an issues, just curious to what these calls were. The only thing I would suggest is WiFi in the park. Most all military campgrounds at this price point offer WiFi and cable. If this campground offered those basic amenities I would have given it 5*. All in all we were very happy with our stay and found it convenient for exploring Columbia.