We hope you’re ready to get a little wet—Woodall Shoals Campground provides the perfect home base for kayaking through the rapids of Chattooga River. And we’re not talking about just any old rapids; these are class six rapids, baby. So hang on to your hats (or just leave ‘em back at the campground) and get ready for a wild ride!
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1 site
Up to guests per site
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No ADA access
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Picnic table available
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Natural features you'll find at Woodall Shoals.

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Woodall Shoals is a magical part of the Chattooga River, a federally protected, Wild and Scenic river! As a well-known boater put-in and with access to little river beaches, you are likely to run into others hanging out in the sun or trying to put water under their paddles.

From the parking lot, there are several short trails leading to a handful of campsites. Most have make-shift fire rings left behind by past campers. Leave no trace principles apply here!

Be sure to check out the magnificent rapid that is Woodall Shoals! The rapid and surrounding rocks shaped by the river's current are jaw-dropping! Some spots are ok for swimming, but use precaution. For any river lovers, Woodall is a dream. Definitely a favorite spot of mine!

Hunting water bugs above Woodall ShoalsWoodall Shoals rapid in the winer time - Beautiful! Hiking along Woodall Shoals before the sun goes downJust above Woodall
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Sumter National Forest
South Carolina
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(843) 336-3248
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34.795° N, 83.295° W
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Tent / Van: 1 Site
(Up to people per site)