Your own approximately 10' x 10' Tent Site with a private cast iron grill and picnic table. Explore the 30 +/- acres and private 2 acre pond. You are welcome to fish the pond that is full of bass and blue gill. You will find primitive shelters scattered around the property where we teach private wilderness survival classes to our campers, so while you're here schedule you
Your own approximately 10' x 10' Tent Site with a private cast iron grill and picnic table. Explore the 30 +/- acres and private 2 acre pond. You are welcome to fish the pond that is full of bass and blue gill. You will find primitive shelters scattered around the property where we teach private wilderness survival classes to our campers, so while you're here schedule your groups Wilderness Survival Class. Contact us directly to rent the entire property for the day. Hunting on the property is allowed if the entire property is rented. (Hunts must be in season and restricted to one deer or one turkeys per day, or maximum allowed by SCDNR). We are directly across the street from the Sumter National Forest Enoree Ranger District which is a Wildlife Management Area (WMA) program administered by the SCDNR and it is available for public hunting, fishing and other allowable outdoor recreational opportunities.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
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Fishing is available. Please indicate you would like to fish during check-in as a permit is required.
Enjoy the trails that encircle our 22 acres. You can also cross over and hike Sumter National Forest lands.
Deer, Wild Boar, Hawks, and Peregrine Falcon have been seen on the property.
Natural features you'll find at Trail Blazer Survival Camp in South Carolina.
5 acre pond on the property.
River, stream, or creek
Broad River is nearby. (1 mile as the crow flies)
Places to see near Trail Blazer Survival Camp
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Camping in the woods
Great secluded spot with a few campsites. Not great for car camping (if you have a lot of heavy gear) because of the short walk, but if you pack relatively light the location is pretty great. There is a nice communal fire pit with grill and each site has a charcoal grill. The sites are completely wooded and at the top of a small wooded valley great for exploring. The only downside is the sites are relatively close to the road so you can hear cars passing by, but it’s not a busy road. The toilet is clean with a pump flush and sink. I’d definitely recommend a stay here.
Camping with my son
Went camping with my son. Host was there when we arrived to show us the site. Very quiet and peaceful area. Main community area by parking area was clean and well maintained. Port-a-potty was extremely well maintained.
Quiet place. Shady site. Hilly trails. We camped there to see the eclipse. Fire pit with grill. Can park closer to the site to unpack but it is not a drive up camp. Potable water supplied in jugs. Portajohn for bathroom. Owners very responsive. Not a lot of poison ivy.
This location was a nice getaway. With primitive camping and free-range of the land, it was nice to be isolated in the countryside. I would definitely recommend this location to anyone looking for a nice day or two away from a busy life or hectic schedule. The host was very responsive as well and was willing to answer any questions!