About Table Rock Tea Company
Pitch your tent or park your vehicle at this private campsite on the main grounds of Table Rock Tea Company (one of the few tea farms in the U.S.). The campsite is set away from the main house for privacy, but you will have access to the garage bathroom. The 12x12 cabin has wooden bunks that sleep 4 people (unfurnished, so bring your own mattress/linen), a table, chairs, and propane heat. Two 120v 3-prong electrical outlets are provided. The site has an open outdoor, cold water shower (like what you'd see at a beach). There is plenty of room at the site to accommodate additional people with tents, vehicles, etc. You may even catch the owners for a free tea tour...
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Accommodation provided: Cabin
- Check in after: 12PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Table Rock Tea Company
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Steve has created the perfect private area on his property that has a great view of Table Rock. All supplies for a camp fire are provided and if your schedule allows, Steve and his wife will give you a tour of the tea farm! They are super nice and their property and business growth is extremely impressive. It was a pleasure staying here!
Steve, Jenn and Jazzy were excellent hosts. They were very accommodating. They went above and beyond showing us local treasures and giving us a tour of their tea company! I can't wait for our next trip back to South Carolina, I would love to stay at their site again.
Our group decided on a last minute camping trip and found that Steve and Jennifer's place was perfect as it had plenty of amenities but was also private and in a beautiful area. We would definitely come back. Highly recommend even for people who aren't tea lovers!
We had a wonderful experience at the Tea Company! The site was clean and well laid out with a fantastic fire pit and plenty of wood. The benches and picnic table were a great addition to the site and really enhanced the comfort and usability for us car campers.
Originally we planned to pitch camp, but after checking out the cabin, we had to stay in there. The bunks could sleep 4 in a squeeze, and another 2 on the floor, so our group of 2 and a dog had plenty of room to spread out.
The plantation tour was informative and fun.
Would love to stay again.
This was an IDEAL place to camp. It rained almost the entire time and we still had fun. There's ample space for 10+ tents and the view of the mountain in gorgeous. The cabin was very useful, and we played games and darts inside while it was raining the hardest. The campfire was plenty large and there was a full supply of wood for us to use. Steve did everything we could have wanted to make us comfortable, and his tour is well worth the time. We hope to come back in the spring!
We are reluctant to write the glowing review that Table Rock Tea Company deserves because we plan to go back. As word spreads, it may become difficult to book this place. Steve and Jen have set up the ideal spot that can handle two or twenty, and have gone above and beyond in providing any amenity you might need.
The location is perfect. You could walk to Table Rock State Park and still have energy to hike to the top. The view from the site is Instagram worthy.
Steve and Jen are the best of hosts, ensuring you have everything you need, but the best part was the tour of the Tea Company. What they have developed is impressive and inspiring, and left us a bit envious as we drove off. We'll be back, if there is a spot left on calendar.
I was looking for tea, and then it turned into a very short notice trip for a weekend getaway of solitude with my dog, with a campsite completely that was already set-up, and I got that and much much more. The location is amazing, the hosts are such kind and inviting individuals, their dog welcomed mine, and the tea and business is one of the many highlights. The cabin was perfect and would be great for a single or a group, I was able to make a fire with wood they had there, and they had a toilet I could use in their garage not far from the cabin. The site sits right in front of Table Rock so you get a great view when you wake up in the morning. I recommend visiting if you’re into tea or just want to visit the area! There is plenty I could go on about but this is one of the best experiences I’ve had even in 40 degrees (they have a heater if you want to use it.)