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10 RV Parks near Gloverville, South Carolina
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Gloverville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Gloverville in the left hand column.
Dec 2016 - $10.00
Internal roads are fairly narrow but passable and are dirt, sites are grass, mostly level (needed one leveling board) and was a pull through, facilities worked well, no sewer and 30 amp on the over-night site, site was satellite friendly. Staff (owners) were friendly, no park WiFi I could connect to. T-Mobile cell service was fair to good 4G LTE. The park was quiet. They only have 1 over-night site so be sure to call ahead. We would stay here again. - KDSpree
Oct 2016 - $10.00
Stayed here during the Hurricane Matthew evacuation. Very friendly and helpful owner. Campground is not fancy but it is clean and convenient to town. We enjoyed our stay here despite the fact it was our evacuation destination. I would not hesitate to recommend it. - Edistobob
Aug 2011 - $10.00
We camped here over night and found the park to be friendly and quiet. The owners live on site. There are several seasonal campers and I think they have weekly and monthly rates. We stayed here since it is a Passport park and we try to stay in Passport parks as much as possible. We would stay here again when in the area. - mcr1010
Aug 2018 - $20.00
This is a worker's park with some noise from the road. We called for a reservation and were told our site. When we arrived we pulled into our site, set-up and then went to the office. Great for an overnight stop mainly because of price. We didn't realize it at the time but the PA site said $15 and we were charged $20. We assume the PA site needs to be updated. - Wandering
May 2017 - $15.00
We used it as a 1 night stay on a Saturday night. Right on a busy 4 lane highway. A lot of permanent sites, fema trailers. Grass needs cutting, and trees/shrubs need trimming. A little TLC and it would be a lot more attractive. - CBJ-Pitmastet
May 2016 - $15.00
We stopped at Pine Acres Campground for a few days of rest and recharging as we were repositioning from north Texas to Virginia. Although our rig at 43' was a little large for their sites, they made one available to us and we fit in ok. The owners/managers were on site and were very kind and helpful. We would definitely visit this campground again. - pattic777
Dec 2018 - $30.00
We have no idea how this park even got a 3 star rating. All we got for our $30 was hookups. There are 2 single restroom/showers, one for men, one for women, so if one woman is in the shower, another cannot use the toilet. They were recently renovated and clean, but we didn’t use them and didn’t see anyone else use them. Laundry facilities are supposed to be free, and we needed to do laundry. Surprise! Laundry room is being renovated by the husband, it seems. Might take a while. 99% of the park is made of up permanent residents. Not long-term, but permanent. Kids get off school bus and walk to their trailers. Many in disrepair. Did not feel safe walking our pup around the campground because one aggressive sounding dog almost burst through the door when we walked by. Dumpster is in dark corner of the grounds, need a flashlight. It seems there may only be one or two sites for traveling folks, and those are close enough to the road that you sort of feel like you’re in a Walmart lot. Neighbor was so close that we had no room to sit outside. No patio pad, no grass and not enough room to put up our awning. The sites on either side of us had picnic tables under old shelter roofs, but we had none. Unfortunately, this and another “park” just like it are the only two in town. Unfortunate, because this town has lots of horse farms, polo, etc., and a very sweet downtown, and you’d think a well-kept RV Park would do a good business here. - BobnLou
Oct 2018 - $25.00
This is an older park. Note that the park is in an owner transition .... hopefully a positive outcome. Also, of the 54 sites listed it appeared that the majority are full time residents. Camper next to me had been there for eight years. - Celtic Traveler
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Great place to stay. Clean and quiet. Great location and access to highway and Aiken center. We will be back. There is a great manager and he runs a tight ship. Very friendly atmosphere. - DJ_1
May 2019 - $35.00
When we arrived there was no one at the office. Turns out he was helping another customer park. Should have a sign on the door. Overall, they were very nice and accommodating. This is a good stay over campground, close to everything. The sites are close together and they have only a few trees. They have planted some but it will take a wile to grow. Biggest issue for us is NO campfires are allowed! This is not a destination campground. It is a good, safe, clean stop over. - TechRV
Nov 2018 - $35.00
Convenient to shopping, restaurants, and fuel. Access from interstate is easy. - Bob And Val Davis
Nov 2018 - $35.00
This was a one night stay on our way to Myrtle Beach. We had a back-in stone site with a concrete pad. There are a lot of long termers but all of their units were in good condition. We only talked with the staff on the phone and our confirmation and site map came by email. Good for a stay over. - Michael47
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is a basic, no frills campground. As noted by the previous poster, it is still for sale. You are basically parking out in a field. The sites are grass, with nothing but the hookups. Ours was very level and good water pressure. Call ahead and a manager will meet you, show you to your site and collect your cash. Yes, cash only. It is near the highway and you do get a little road noise, but not bad. - esta34950
Dec 2013 - $25.00
Nice level site, good power and 100 psi water pressure. Pull thru in a field. Follow the directions below for the pull thrus. The park has a for sale sign on it now. Make sure and call the location as there is no management on site. They are now only accepting cash and can mail you a receipt for your payment. We did not hear the road noise as we did not open our windows. It gave us everything we needed for over night. - highwayrunners
Nov 2012 - $25.00
We stayed at this campground one night while traveling through Augusta. The owners/managers weren't onsite but they gave us instructions as to where to park, where to pay, etc. when we called. It is a big rig friendly park. The one thing to note, if you're planning to park in one of the pull through sites on the left as you enter, is that you should follow the driveway past the house and circle around to enter the sites. That way you can see the site numbers, and the hook ups will be on the driver's side/back of the RV. The campground is close to a major highway, but there wasn't much road noise. The site we had was hard packed dirt/gravel and was fairly level, with a good amount of space between sites. Water and electric were good. There were a couple of RVs in the park that looked as though they may have been abandoned or not well cared for, but it was a good place to stop for a night. There are some low hanging power lines in the park, but they shouldn't be a problem for anyone who stays on the driveway and uses the pull through sites near the entrance. We would stay again if passing through the area. - Guinness
Mar 2019 - $30.00
This could be a great park - a nice lake-side setting, large spacious sites with full hookup, 30/50 amp and much space between sites (there are two loops and a total of 26 sites). We wanted to like it more but were somewhat troubled by the total disregard for non campground guests to ignore the posted sign near the camp entrance "Registered Guests Only" - very frequent cruising through, sometimes quite fast, by non-quests in cars or on motor bikes and some appeared to meet up with others for dubious reasons. Worse, when we tried to use the bathroom in the morning, it was occupied and remained occupied for many hours by someone parked outside the bath facility - the person had perhaps spent the night in the bath. When we emptied black water, the sewer was backed up and overflowed, as it did on a neighbor's site beside us. A free roaming pit bull at night was another concern. Not once did we see police or a park authority patrol the campground, and this clearly is needed to make guests feel safe. It's great that the city provides such a facility at a fair price, but much improvement is needed in maintaining the sewers and monitoring those entering the campground. - GLCDP
Oct 2018 - $19.00
The check in office is only open for two hours a day. We proceeded to the camp ground, easy to find. Found our site easily and the camp host arrived to check us in. He was extremely helpful with plenty of information. The camp ground itself leaves a lot to be desired, sand everywhere, the road and the camp sites. Navigating the road is very tight between the trees. The pine trees are very dense with lots of pine needles all over. No T-mobile service, no satellite service. Electric service is 20-30. Water is from an artisan well, had a slight odor and taste. The river could be good for kayaking, canoes are available for rent. The down current was about 2 to 3 knots. Good hiking trails are throughout the park. - Nautilus
Apr 2018 - $23.00
The park itself is not bad, if you are looking for a very rustic place to stay for a few nights and your main goal is to get back to nature. Unfortunately, it rained during our one full day here, so we were stuck in the camper most of the day. Cell service (Verizon, at least) was very iffy at best and antenna television sounded like Max Headroom on a loop (channels constantly froze or just went completely out). Bad cell service and lack of TV reception was an issue even when it was sunny & nice weather: the thick trees just make it impossible to get either one.
The worst issue that I found, however, was that the sites are completely sand. Sand was tracked all over everything & everywhere: before the rain. After the rain, it was just a lost cause. They really need to add some gravel to help keep the sites a little better for use.
The dump station is located in an odd area in comparison to the roads exiting the park. The only way to navigate it easily is to pull across and travel back through the campground to the exit again.
The park rangers, like with most state parks around SC, were awesome as usual and the camp host was very nice. - FlowerChild7275
Apr 2018 - $23.00
We arrived late and left early so we didn't have much time to enjoy this park. I called ahead for late arrival instructions and was given the gate code by a very friendly employee. I was a little disappointed that a 2 night stay was required during the week. Interior roads were tight and I would not have wanted to be navigating a truck and trailer. Bathhouse was clean although a little dated. We would return if in the area again. - JJPP17