Reviews for Devil's Fork State Park

| Not big rig friendly

By user-4904252... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-10-29 to 2015-11-01

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.

| Gorgeous area, older campground

By user-6136637... on 2019-08-09.

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.