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7 RV Parks near Prosperity, South Carolina
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Very enjoyable stay at Dreher Island Campground...love the location of the sites in relation to the lake. The gas and general store are really a great feature, as are the campsites being paved. --My suggestion would be boat ramps in close proximity to the camping sites. --Also, due to supply/demand, it would be nice to see more camping areas on the island. It is a wonderful place, but must book way in advance. (booked June 2019 in Oct 2018) - CSB801
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Here are a couple of the things about our recent trip. The campground is all paved in the front Campground so you're setting up on the pavement which makes things a whole lot better. The pavement is only the size of the camper, so when you step out your stepping right onto gravel and/or grass. The road coming into the front campground is narrow but it is pretty much at water level so easy access in and out of the water for you and your kayak if you wish to take one. Facilities are very nice. all the bathhouses have been remodeled and are even air conditioned and heated. this is very very nice during the summer time. The boat ramps can get very busy on the weekends. there's one that is set up for large tournaments so the boat traffic in the area is very high so the water became very choppy so be careful when using a kayak. There's not too much around the Island so driving to get something was roughly a 10 to 15 minute drive to the closest town of Chapin. Groceries store (6 miles), Walmart (20 miles) The camping store/Ranger store does have a couple of items like ice, basic camping supplies, propane, charcoal, Etc. They also has some food items. they also sell live bait for fishing and rent fishing rods. The Back Campground is up higher than water level so to access the water was a little more challenging but the sites were very beautiful. Some of them were not paved and were gravel. There were several swimming areas around the State Park which meant accessing the water was very easy. There's a couple of hiking trails The only thing that I would say is negative about this park is the campground roads are really narrow. Backing a trailer into your site can get kind of difficult especially when people around you have cars parked everywhere. - Stephen Howard
May 2018 - $35.00
This park is 30 minutes from the interstate which makes it time consuming to get to because the roads are narrow and winding. It is a beautiful park with lots of trees. Many of the sites are lakeside with great views. The sites on the lake are a lot cooler because of the breeze. Many of the sites are hard to back into. All of those on the inside of the loop are hard to get into, with sharp drop offs. The sites were all paved and fairly level. The sites are narrow with limited area to put chairs or tents. - winnie1
Aug 2017 - $38.00
They have great fishing. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. They have a nice store for your convenience. There is a dump station. - Kayla-69_
May 2018 - $31.00
As you enter this park you have a bad feeling, rough roads, mostly unkempt with pot holes, tree roots etc....A small park with more than a few permanents rvs. Highly advise asking for sites 31 thru 38. These sites are set aside from the rest and actually aren't that bad. Stayed in site 31, the best they got. Open and could get satellite on any of the 30s sites. Over the air tv was fine. Wifi was good. The owners live in a beautiful 2 story log home at the entrance. I truly believe the owner ran out of money after buying this log home because they apparently haven't put any money into the park. Run-down is the right word. Yet they were nice and helpful. Will not return....PS Bring leveling blocks! - Caseysplace
Apr 2018 - $31.00
Stayed one night while traveling. We have a 36ft 5th and had no problem in or out. The site was a very long pull thru. A little un level but doable. The roads are narrow but had no problems. A lot of tree cover, so no satellite. Wifi was good. People were friendly and easy to work with. - roybrody
Apr 2018 - $28.00
Made a reservation for a one night stay while traveling (no Credit Card, they just write your name down). Campground is close to I-26 but far enough out so you don't hear any traffic noise. Full hookups including WiFi. You get what you pay for, this is a great overnight campground but not a destination site. The roads are narrow but had no problem with a 30-ft Fifth Wheel, the sites are small, gravel and uneven. Our neighbor would not have been able to put his awning out without hitting our slide. The campground was quiet and worked great as an overnight stop, will use again when traveling thru. - Sub Vet
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Owner is very friendly and accommodating. I will use this park again. Convenient location and very clean and safe. - KZ303
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Small 16-site park. Friendly owner. Decent Wifi. Passport America. On our way from Asheville, NC to Atlanta, we found this little park and we were not disappointed. We scooped up the last available spot, and it looked like everyone else was longer-term. Owners were very nice and lived in the house in the front of the property. Not much to do in the park, but there was decent Wifi (was able to stream low quality with a few interruptions). The site was wide enough to park the truck next to the trailer. We had 50amp FHUs. 4LTE Verizon. - Unknown_Normal
Aug 2014 - $30.00
This is a gem of a hidden campground. Located on a major highway with easy in out access. Very clean, friendly helpful owners and a great pool. They also take passport america without any stay restrictions. Far above our expectations. - Dixster
Nov 2018 - $34.00
The park has easy access from the Interstate and the directions and signs to find the park were good. The staff was friendly and they escort to your site. Our site was level with what appeared to be fresh gravel and was sufficiently long for our toad. The only suggestion we could make is to improve the access roads in the park with more gravel to smooth them out a bit. We would return if our plans bring us back this way. - Don & Jean G.
Oct 2018 - $28.00
First, I was misled by previous reviews stating the lack of "road noise" from I26 which is adjacent to this campground. There is significant road noise. If you are willing to deal with that fact, everything else about the campground is very satisfactory. We stayed for 2 nights and hiked in the Sumter National Forest which is very close. Sites are gravel and ours was perfectly level. Staff was very accommodating & helpful. Restrooms were very clean. - Penfield Pathfinder
Oct 2018 - $31.00
My friends and I stayed here recently, while participating in a precision rifle match at the nearby Clinton Plantation (12 miles/10 mins up I-26).On-arrival, the staff was very courteous and helpful. They guided us to our assigned camp spot, and anytime we stopped into the office/store we were met warmly. - Ed Grossheim
Jan 2019 - $30.00
We stay here multiple times a year. We love it in the winter the most. The campground is pretty much empty and the weather has been pretty good. The place is quiet, clean and pretty. Friendly staff always ready with a wave as they pass by. - CampsiteFlags
Oct 2017 - $23.00
This has absolutely been one of my favorite SC State Parks to stay in. Our site was lakeside and had a beautiful view (campground #2, site 112). The park and site was very clean and easy to back in and set up. The outdoor "living" area was a little small, but big enough for a couple of chairs, the picnic table, and fire ring. The view, however, made up for any issue we had with the lack of space. The only issue we had was that there was a lot of dogs barking. The campground host also had barking dogs, so they didn't say much to anyone else who had dogs constantly barking. But again... the view was relaxing enough that it made up for anything else going on. - FlowerChild7275
Jun 2015 - $23.00
Nice Park but confusing for check-in. Stayed overnight on a pull thru site. Site was paved and nice. - LaMonte
Sep 2016 - $26.00
We stayed in Campground 1. Many of the sites sit by the lake or have a lake view. Ours did not mainly because we are a long motorhome and the majority of spots could not accommodate our rig. Campground #1 now has full hookups on about 1/3 of their sites, which is a great improvement. Before we booked a site, we rode through the park to see of the available spots, which ones could accommodate our rig. We chose site 100 which worked very well; however, our satellite did not work at all on top of the rig. One needs a tripod so that one can manually move the dish to an appropriate spot. We had a good time and everyone is very nice. Also, the rangers are very visible making constant trips throughout the campground. - leciel19
Jun 2016 - $24.00
EXTREMELY crowded with LOTS of kids, dogs, smokers, loud cars (engines AND music). We arrived on a Tuesday and we were REALLY surprised at how busy it is!
The lake is really pretty and so is the park leading up to the campground. But then it becomes a different world. Even the camp host's site was cluttered with a lot of "stuff" outside and it's the first site you see when you enter the loop! There are apparently no rules with regard to hanging clotheslines etc. to hang ALL kinds of stuff on, which gives this place a little bit more of a down-home, backwoods feel then we were hoping for.
I think that the biggest thing that bugged me was the lack of cleanup between us and the campers that were in our site before us. We found a whole SLEW of watermelon rinds, beer bottle caps, cigarette butts and....wait for it..... PILES and PILES of DOG POOP in our site. And while I feel like the campers should cleanup after themselves.... if they don't.... then it's the park's responsibility to do it!
Definitely won't be back, but not bad enough to leave early :) - doggpurr
Dec 2014 - $25.00
Visited the park in the winter so there were not a lot of people there at the time. The bathrooms were very clean and well kept. The sites were decently level and were big enough for most travel trailers. We had a lake site and that was very nice to wake up on to the water. Greenwood lake is very large and the fishing was decent. We will certainly plan to go camping here again. - Coachgrady