Heavy wooded area. Perimeter is sawed rails from fallen trees with cable entrance. Level camp sites with gravel. Primitive road is clay but usable.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 1 month out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Some cycle on the county road.
When Lake Murray is full Big Creek is deep enough for pontoon boats. However the primitive landing will only accommodate small...Read more
Work for them unless you know the area.
Miles of forest are open to foot traffic.
Miles of paddling are free to enjoy.
Some like to dive right in but take caution. There is no life guard or beach area.
I'm sure the wildlife won't mind.
Natural features you'll find at Big Creek RV Park Site 2a in South Carolina.
The camp property and Big Creek area is heavily forested.
Big Creek is part of Lake Murray
River, stream or creek
Big Creek is similar to a deep river.
The vibe at Big Creek RV Park Site 2a
Places to see near Big Creek RV Park
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Beautiful peaceful campsite by lake
Nice tranquil spots with leveled out areas to put your tents and lots of room to spread out, with gravel you can pull up your car and park on. Fire pit and some sites even had cute little picnic tables. It was right by the water as pictured and was a nice stay even though we got there late at night. There were no other campers and it was very private. Host was very nice and offered firewood. Would definitely recommend and will camp here again.
James is so nice and helpful! Beautiful property! I wouldnt pull a camper any bigger than 25 ft due to the angle of the backing into the campsite. But it's worth the effort! We extended our stay we enjoyed it so much!
Perfect small camper, deep woods, e
The quiet and solitude was exceptional. There is a very good Verizon cell signal here, as there is a tower located nearby. There is a creek that is good for kayaking. We caught campground entrance and exit to require some skilled backing maneuvers with our 24ft pull behind and 22ft long F350 crew cab longbed truck. A cul-de-sac turnaround is being constructed to facilitate better back-in angles. It might be possible to use a 30ft camper behind a short bed truck, but my opinion is that 24 or 25ft is for now the maximun doable length. A normal sized 5th wheel will not work right now.
The owner is kind, enthusiastic, and easy to deal with.
We came for 3 days and added 2 more weeks.