Typical SC state park facilities. Water and electricity at sites. No sewer. Beautiful wooded setting. A great place for hiking or boating. We rented a pontoon boat to look at the waterfalls and fish a little. Our 38' 5th wheel was hard to fit into the biggest site (80') in the park because of trees, hills, and narrow roads.
Sites need upgrading (30 amp water no sewer), only a couple are suitable for big rigs and the campground road is narrow, very curvy. At the least some maintenance- our site was sloped down and the asphalt dropped off almost a foot at our camper door. The campground is built into the hilly area and really is pretty. Bathhouse is aging but serves the purpose - steep walk to get there from some sites. Ea site has campfire ring, table and lantern holder - no standing grill. Were not at all impressed with the park employees- not friendly nor helpful. Perhaps due to the fact that it's a typical over-loved, over-crowded lake park. And the amenities are probably pretty typical for this region - more backwoods type camping with the big rigs just now being an issue. Were here during the week very quiet. Remote mountain getaway - make sure you bring your supplies. Small stores around for ice and firewood & some other things. Boat and non-motorized floating rentals. Boat tour concessions. Imagine in summer this place is packed - they set a limit on how many visitors can come in and they routinely turn visitors away.