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4 RV Parks near Eureka Mill, South Carolina
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Eureka Mill. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Eureka Mill in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $23.00
Our RV is 33 ft and we have a full size 4 door truck. There was plenty of room for both on Site 12. Also, Site 12 is the only site with a direct view of the lake. Site 10 was behind us but on the website it looks as if they have a view. Our RV blocks their view. Site 13 positions the RV toward the woods and the end toward the lake which doesn't give you a lake view. The bath house is directly across the road. It is clean. At the lake there is a newly constructed dock, fire pit with seating and two swing benches. - Carrie Mustin
Oct 2018 - $28.00
The staff were very helpful and courteous. The site was 50 amp newly installed. The water was innovative with a installed back flow preventer. With campers close by, it was very pleasant. - FrederickC
May 2018 - $20.00
Chester State Park is a beautiful, small campground. The grounds and roads are very well maintained, and the sites are clean. Sadly, there are only 3 sites with an open view to the lake (which is 50+ yards or more away)... which means that if anyone wants to spend time at the lake (which is everyone), they have to cut through the areas around those 3 sites to get to it. This doesn't seem like it would be an issue, as there are several ways to get around the sites without cutting right through someone else's campsite, but it seems that cutting through an actual site is the way most people made their way down there. Basically, there's not much respect for "personal space". We didn't really have an issue with this, and still found the trip to be very relaxing (even with the distance to the lake, the view was amazing), but if you are more of a private person, this may be annoying to you. Another nice feature is that this park has a disc golf course, but you need to be a bit better than a beginner to really enjoy it (we are beginners). The course is cut out nicely, but it's still like hiking and the "rough" is really rough, so losing your disc in the woods can result in a lot of brier cuts and scrapes. - FlowerChild7275
Sites: 40 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Dec 2007 - $16.00
This is an attractive park on a lovely lake. However the sites were difficult to navigate, We were in a 38' fifth wheel and ended up parking in the large lakefront lot and walking around trying to find a site that we could back into. They claim to have pull throughs, but I didn't see any. If you have a smaller RV and can get here early in the afternoon ( no reservations), this would be a nice place to spend some time. - eimac
Aug 2019 - $31.00
Small campground with 71 FHU rv sites which are a mix of 20, 30 and 50 amps with picnic table and fire ring. There are 4 pull through sites and the remainder are back ins. One side of the park (sites 1-30) is in an open area with few trees, while the other side has lots of trees and shade. All sites are gravel over a dirt base, but vary in length, levelness and spaciousness. Interior roads are gravel in the campground loops and paved in the remaining areas, but are easy enough to navigate. We were in site 32, a very long back in site with water views at the back of the site which was mostly level. We stayed in this same site 2 years ago and had power issues, and this time the issues were much worse. Our hardwired surge protector tripped daily due to high voltage (130 volts) on the 50 amp plug. It also showed an unbalanced load between both legs of the circuit. Park rangers changed out the breaker and the plug (they did so 2 years ago too), but it did not solve the problem. We had no choice but to use the 30 amp plug. Nice ranger station with small store inside. Bathroom had 5 toilets and 3 showers per gender and was kept clean. Amenities here include a boat launch, playground, swimming area, basketball court, volleyball court and several picnic shelters with stand up grills. Free unsecured wifi but it was pretty much useless even when the park was empty. No laundry facilities. No alcohol of any kind is allowed in the park, but discreet consumption is possible. No cable, but there were plenty of OTA channels. Overall, a decent park but we would not return due to the power issues. If you stay here, make sure you have a surge protector! - RVIN 24-7
May 2019 - $31.00
We stayed in site #59. It was fairly level and nicely shaded. The sewer hookup for our site was located towards the front of the site. We didn't have additional hoses, so we could only dump the tanks once we moved the camper forward as we were leaving. Still more convenient than waiting in line at a dump station. I believe that sites 40 & up are located away from the lake view, but are decent sized, gravel, and are all mostly shaded. The sites located on the lake side do have a distant view of the lake, but the sites do appear to be very close and there is no shade available. The sites do have sewer hookups, but the connection was located at the front of the site, so unless you have extra hoses, you will need to wait before hooking up to dump your tanks. This wasn't really an issue for us as we only stayed for 2 nights, but I could see where this would be an issue for larger groups staying for a longer period of time (you might want to call the park staff and ask about other sites). The campground was clean, quiet and was located very close to Rock Hill and Charlotte. Will definitely make another trip in the near future. - FlowerChild7275
Sep 2018 - $31.00
We have camped here many times over the past several years while visiting family in the area and also shopping, touring in the Charlotte NC area. Very nice county park and campground on Lake Wylie. No cable but there is good reception with conventional antenna. Most sites have a little slope so leveling is necessary. The location of the sewer hook up in a lot of sites is near the front of the site. You may need up to four sections of sewer hose to connect depending on the location of tank connections. - subldo
Apr 2019 - $20.00
Nicely paved sites, but tight to get into. 1 or 2 sites are level, most are not so brings some blocks or jacks for the slope. All sites have picnic table & fire ring that have been nicely kept. This is a small campground with nearby neighbors but a lake to your back so rent a canoe or fishing boat and ditch the closeness. Very enjoyable and quiet place. - RV_Couple
Oct 2017 - $27.00
Lovely place to spend a fall week-end. Not a lot of "attractions." There is a nice museum and some well kept trails but I think the main draw is the peace and quiet.
Our 23' TT and extended cab fullsize truck fit fine, but I wouldn't want to pull much longer in there. But there was a 40' class A in the pull through site next to us, so it can be done.
Mostly shady sites. Clean restrooms. Site surface is a concrete pad featuring a fire ring and picnic table. - richamor
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Campsites are extremely tight. This park could be much better, but too many trees and sites are too close together. I almost gave up but we finally we able to get our camper in after neighbors moved their cars. The trees right on the road make navigating through the park hazardous. We stayed in one of the only two full hookup sites. The back-in site stated it was for a 40 ft camper but was really for a pop up. Site was very unlevel. There is a nice lake for fishing so its not all bad, but campground needs to cut some trees before I will go back.
You get what you pay for. Don't expect a lot of room. - Pete Trurnero