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This beguiling and completely unique park is anything but devilish. A water-lovers paradise, Devils Fork borders Lake Jocassee. On any given summer or spring day, you can see a bevy of boaters, Read more...
This beguiling and completely unique park is anything but devilish. A water-lovers paradise, Devils Fork borders Lake Jocassee. On any given summer or spring day, you can see a bevy of boaters, kayakers, canoers, and jet skiers taking full advantage of the lake’s crystal-blue waters.
Fancy yourself a challenge or want to pick up a new skill? Scuba diving classes are held at the lake for those who want to do more than dip their toes in the lake. Hiker and mountain bikers, too, can trek through parts of the famous Sumter National Forest. At 7,500-acres in size, this park’s got plenty of areas to explore. Fishermen (and women) take note: the streams and small rivers feeding into the park’s lake are hot spots for trout fishing.
Want to stay overnight? The park’s 59 campsites are split between two campgrounds, each one paved and complete with a water station, electrical outlets, a fire ring and pit, and a 12’-by-12’ tent pad. A central dump station is located along where the main RV and motorhome spots are found. And, yes: WiFi is available through the park—but might we suggest disconnecting for a bit?
All in all, this is a great park to visit year-round. However, the sandy beaches and litany of on-the-lake actives make this a go-to destination come spring and summer.