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4 RV Parks near Timmonsville, South Carolina
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Timmonsville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Timmonsville in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $31.00
We had site 406...our 40' motorcoach with a tow barely fit. Campground's looking a little tired. LOTS of seasonal. I thought $31 rate with Passport America was too high! He said full rate is $54 plus tax??. - Comet Bar Express
May 2018 - $35.00
Stayed here coming and going, Many full timers. Would use again for overnite. - Lafitte
Apr 2018 - $20.00
Great overnight stop. Flat, clean sites, friendly staff. Yes, it's close to I 95,but when you're tired from fighting maniacal spring break drivers, close is good. I - John McK
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Just a basic RV park but it does have 50 amp, sewer and pull through sites. Only there for a night but camper neighbors warned us regarding drinking the water. AC ran all night otherwise the Interstate 95 traffic noise would have been an issue. They told us they had a pool when we booked in April, but by arrival in July the pool was lime green and closed. No WIFI, No cable. As a one nighter, it was easy to get to and just fine. - gmast
Jun 2018 - $32.00
Campground was right off the highway and is fine for just an overnight stay. Picnic table was broken and patio was unswept. Canadian geese left droppings on sites. There is no cable and WiFi was poor. We were able to pick up a few channels on our antenna. - Roger & Mag
May 2018 - $38.00
Nice stop on 95 easy in easy out. - toytowner
May 2016 - $15.00
A well worn, but nice area. Park has some unique features, but it is wild and rough. All sites are sand and the ones in the inner circle, where the restrooms are, can flood in rainy weather. We enjoyed the lengthy park roads which are rich in nature. The roads flood in heavy rain too. Most sites on the outer rim stayed dry while I was here. There is no gate, but Rangers do patrol regularly. Artesian wells developed by the CCC back in the thirties are a should see. Flies were a problem in this area as well as Bishopville. Mifi was good and we received a few OTA channels. Satellite would not work well here. - JC69
Oct 2015 - $19.00
Lee State Park seems to be a large area of pine forest with some trails cut through it. The CG has large back-in sites with 30-amp electricity and water. There is a dump on the way out. About half the CG is set up for people with horses although none were there when we were there. It is extremely peaceful and pretty if you like the woods. You check yourself in using an envelope system and rangers drive by occasionally to see if everything is ok. CG is very convenient to the interstate. Surprisingly good cell reception and many regular tv channels. The road in the CG is sandy gravel and has washed out so it is wavy and requires slow driving. - virginianola
Feb 2014 - $18.00
The road into the campground is very rutted and the ruts were filled with water. Couple loads of sand would help a great deal. The sites are nicely spaced with little to no privacy between them. Packed sand was level. My site 10 showed an electrical problem when I hooked into shore power. Inverter indicated the AC polarity was reversed. I left a note for the Park staff. Self service for registration - fill out the envelope and put your money in the iron ranger. Seems like it would be easier for campers coming in to make the price an even amount - 18.10 was the charge and I didn't have exact change so I left 20. No Ranger came by to provide change. Park location is convenient to I20 so easy to make a quick stop. Half of the sites are reserved for equestrian and they were in use when I was there. I did notice two dogs running loose when I left the park. My neighbor said his grandson had been approached by an unfriendly dog. Park staff need to address this. I would stay again when in the area and needing a place to stay but I would not seek out this park. - obxblond
May 2008 - $20.00
Home: that is the best way to describe this campground. It is a small campground with a BIG heart. The owner is willing to go the extra mile for you. Not fancy, but comfortable. - Les and Des