Campsite is beside a beautiful stream amidst old growth hardwood trees and Mountain Laurel (Blooms mid April though May). Fall asleep to the sound of water rolling through the rapids. Access to an 18 acre lake and use of a canoe and kayaks for fun and fishing is included. A guided tour with an educational discussion of forestry and animal husbandry practices can also be reserved. This camp site is primitive. Potable water is available within a reasonable distance. We hope to have a hot outdoor shower available in the near future.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
The vibe at Creekside Camp
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This location was perfect for those looking to explore trails and open
land. The farm was full of spots to see and places to pitch a tent.
There’s an element of isolation present along the creek, and the wide
open views along the lake provide for a peaceful evening. Alex was an
extremely knowledgable and caring host, who gave me a tour of the area
upon arrival. I would definitely suggest this spot to those seeking a
primitive camping location in the backwoods of South Carolina.
The creek side campsite is wonderfully secluded. The campsite itself is shaded and there is a creek babbling by just a few yards away. There paths to explore along the creek or you can follow another to a clearing. (where we watched the eclipse!) The owner, Alex, said that this was his favorite camping spot on the property and I can see why. I would highly recommend it.