This park is like a hidden treasure. Very well kept and money being invested in the park. Currently the park is upgraded all sites 250 amp service it will be paving all the sites later this year. There are a few sites on the pond which seem to be taken early by reservations, but overall very nice park with about 25 sites. Best part about this park is the daily rate which is 14 dollars a night hard to believe 50 amp service and a nice park. We will definitely stay here again when we come to the area
Although the largest campsite has a maximum of 38 feet overall length, driving through the campground is treacherous due to trees on each side of the road leaving only about 3 inches on each side of my 38' rig through a turn at one point. The narrow tree pass is located near campsite number 10. If you have a 5th wheel trailer or other big rig, avoid this campground and go to Ebenezer Park which is very close to this location, very easy to navigate big rigs, much quieter due to no road noise, and very similar pricing . Andrew Jackson State Park has a nice clean wooded campground, but significant road noise from SC Hwy 521. If you are in a tent or a pop-up camper, the road noise may make sleeping difficult.