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7 RV Parks near Branchville, South Carolina
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Branchville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Branchville in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This campground is good for only a night or two. The lot sizes and roads are small. There is a pool you can use. It is located in back of the hotel. It is a come first only. - Stacie C
Apr 2016 - $17.00
We saw this campground in Passport America so we pulled in and this place should not be listed in Passport America. High grass, electrical hookups were knocked over, sites could not be more than 30' back-in and mud if you get off the pavement. Please don't waste your time. - sportscoach 1
Oct 2013 - $27.00
We drove by and decided not to stay here. It is close in and fuel and food handy. As said in a previous report, it looks 'seedy'. The RV park is behind the motel and down in a low area prone to standing water. The road through is narrow, the sites narrow and all back-ins. Vehicle parking could be a problem for your tow/toad. Virtually next door to Flying J and other services as well as right off the Interstate could make this an OK overnight. - Lew
Mar 2016 - $20.00
This place is run by people who speak little or no English and there are piles of junk cars everywhere ...major electrical issues on every site and sewerage problems on every site ...also has a run down shower house and very poor maintained property ...do not stay here very unsafe. - Michael71
Apr 2008 - $15.00
This park is acceptable for an overnight stay. There are piles of construction debris scattered here and there throughout the park. The 30 amp wiring is poorly wired at some sites. The advertised "new" shower house appears unfinished and has a hole where a doorknob or latch should be and a toilet sitting on the porch. The pull through sites are fairly level, the road noise is high and ambiance is nil. The owner accepts the Passport America discount. I would never pay the $30 full charge to stay here. - RV Vagabond
Apr 2019 - $21.00
Site 15 was one of the 3 pull-thru sites. If you pull forward to the trees you are almost level. Ranger is superb - he has snacks for the dogs and pops for the kids and kids at heart. We would stop here again. - Grayhound
Sep 2018 - $21.00
This state park has about 25 sites that are dirt & sand. Most of the sites are not very level, but we had site 16, which is better, and were able to keep our truck & TT hooked up for overnight. Only 30 amp service is available & no sewer. The restrooms have been updated & were super clean & usable. Campground road is paved but narrow & challenging to navigate. The WIFI did not work for us. There are stairs down to a nice view of the river, but beware of alligators. If you book on-line, you must book 2 nights. If you call in, they will book a one night reservation for you. We appreciated that, and would stay again. - R&S
Apr 2018 - $23.00
This state park is easily accessed from I95. If your GPS has updated maps it will take you to the front gate with no surprises. There are several gas stations at the exit with pumps parallel to the store which is very convenient for refueling a large class A. This state park is very small, just one loop makes up the whole park. Sites are a mixed bag when it comes to being level. The best sites in terms of being level are #3 and #16. Our site #15 had a downward slope but by using all our leveling blocks we were able to get our rig level enough so we didn't fall out of bed and the refrigerator would work without an issue. On arriving there is no orientation, no map given, nothing. You are on your own and hopefully you have your site number already in hand. Moving into the park there are no overhanging trees but the trees on the sides of the road are close meaning you have to go slow and be very careful. The roads in the park are all paved but very narrow. The sites in the park are all hard-packed dirt with 30-amp service and water. There is ample shade at each site. TV reception of local channels is excellent. The showers were clean and during the week there was ample hot water in the afternoon. There are a number of stores, fast food restaurants, and grocery stores with 30 minutes of the park. The one and only attraction in the area that we found was the Colleton Museum and Farmer's Market and the Tuskegee Airman Memorial. We would return if we could get one of the two sites I mentioned earlier. We stayed in a 36 foot motor home. - William T
Jun 2017 - $27.00
we were passing thru the area, the owner was very friendly, escorted us to a site that fit our needs, helped hook things up. Free firewood. Sites are level and small, but met our needs. We would happily stay there again. - JoAnn53
Nov 2016 - $27.00
Just an overnight stay. Easy in and out. Electric and water was good.
Approx, 4 - 5 miles off I-95. Lots of permanent campers, but all was quite in the evening. - JJ & CC
Sites: 20 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 16 Reviews
May 2019 - $27.00
Water, electric, WiFi all good. Cheap. Site level. No toilets, showers or other facilities. Good for an overnight. - Craig47
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Good CG for an overnight, several options for entering. This is essentially a house owner who took extra land and made an rv park. Electricity is so-so. There is a new owner and the name has changed to Eagles(town has also changed to Walterboro) and the rate has gone up to $30. The office is not clearly marked, walked up to house(run down) and "office" not open. No notes as to what to do.
The host walked up and gave us a site. No one was expecting us, they had messed up our reservation by a day, luckily there was space.
OK for an overnight but no longer. - Wandering
Dec 2012 - $15.00
This is a wonderful park, but if you require restrooms, laundry, swimming pool, etc. it is not the park for you, as there are none. The park is clean and spots are clean underfoot. There is nothing extra but the spots. The Wi-Fi here is good, a little slow, but stable and adequate. Management is a wonderfully nice woman and really goes out of her way to be helpful. There is plenty of shade. Road noise could be a problem if you are close to the highway. Further back from the highway, the noise is mitigated well by the trees and structures. Voltage was only slightly low, but never became a problem. In the two weeks we were there, only one morning was low voltage a problem. That was the only day the park was full, and in the morning, voltage dipped a little. But the rest of the time we were there we had no problems with low voltage. We would definitely stay at this park again. Price reflects a daily rate for our two week stay. - John&Sandy
Oct 2019 - $34.00
This park is just 5 miles off Interstate hwy 95. It has easy access from the highway. It is a very quiet place, with playgrounds, lakes and lots of grassy areas. The managers were very helpful and pleasant to deal with. The gentleman escorted us to our spot and even hooked up my electric cord for me. I would definitely stay here again if in the area. - bones1941
Jul 2019 - $34.00
Convenient location to spend the night, only 5 miles from I-95. We arrived and were escorted to a 50 amp site. Sites in some areas aren't identified too well. Easy set up with level gravel site. Extra charge for 50 amp but cost is reasonable. - Bill_Mar
Jun 2019 - $34.00
Easy access from I-95 as you travel through the small town of St. George. No road noise, but there might be from train with tracks 3/4 mile away. Some sites are open, some sites are under pine trees. - eaglessoc