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Date of Stay:
March, 2017 -
Elliott's Landing is a small private campground with 48 site most were 50 amp service all with water and sewage. They are located on Lake Marion near Rimini SC part of the Santee Cooper Lakes System. It was established in 1945 when the Santee Cooper Lakes were flooded making it the oldest campground on the lakes. The sites are all full hook ups with plenty of space for my 33 foot fifth wheel and tow vehicle. The road into the campground is about 1 mile of gravel road with potential of plenty of dust and or a little messy if there is a heavy rain. The sites are level grassy pads with a sandy base some shady sites with most being limited shade. The roads in the campground are easy to maneuver for a big rig. The sites on the lake are pull in and back out the other sites are all pull thru. They have a 300 foot fishing dock, a boat launch, a general store and two bath houses. I watched my brother catching some large shell crackers and catfish off the bank at his camp site. During the spring and summer it is reported that the dock is a fishing hot spot with plenty of action. The Verizon Wireless reception was good with a solid 4G connection. Over the air TV reception was good I was able to pick up all the major networks and more. I stayed at Elliott's Landing March 2017 for several weeks. I found it to be a great place to stay. A lot of the sites were long term residents but only a few of them actually stayed in the campground the others showed up with their boats for the weekends to enjoy some fishing and relaxing time. The area is a little remote with the nearest shopping area a 20 mile drive to Manning. We camped at Elliotts Landing and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
March, 2017 -
My rate is based on monthly rate of $400 that includes electrical and wifi. I stayed at Riverside Estates from December 2016 thru February 2017. This may not be an RV resort, but it is a good place to stay if in the Atlanta area. The Park offers full hook up's, and has both 30 and 50 amp service. WiFi was included with the site and, for the most part, I had good wifi service - as good as or better than other campground's wifi. Many of the people in the Park were long term and, except for a few, all rigs were in good condition. The sites were well maintained. The campground is an older campground in need of a makeover, and the current management is in the process of giving it a face lift. The sites are concrete and level with some cracking of the site pad due to age. The sites are not large, but are of average or larger than other places I have stayed. Most of the sites are in the open with a few trees scattered throughout. There are both back-in and pull thru sites with plenty of room for maneuvering thru the park. I selected B Section next to the Yellow River, which I was told was a flood plain before I decided on the site. During a heavy rain the river started to rise and the management team went to each camper and informed them they may have to relocate, gave them new sites to move to, and an emergency number to call if needed. I enjoyed my stay at Riverside Estate's everyone I came in contact with were friendly and a pleasure to interact with. I had great neighbors, some same your neighbors are the same no matter where you are... We camped at Riverside Estates RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
June, 2016 -
The park is a typical Alaskan Hwy Park. Right off the highway as you enter Delta Junction from Tok. Sites are large plenty of room for big rigs and slideouts. The sites are in an open area no trees/shade. The owner was very helpful and friendly. There is a charge for showers. Laundry on site. We camped at Snowed Inn RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
There is a farmers market at the intersection of Alaskan Hwy and Richardson Hwy open on Wednesday and Saturday.