This was a pretty good campground. Choices in the Columbia area are slim, and this one worked out well. The park is sort of bare bones (no pool or other "extras") but made a good base as I had business in the area. Easy to get to from I-26 or I-20, easy to get in and out of the sites. Park was clean, and staff helpful. Wireless Internet was $4/day, and I had a very good signal inside the camper. Had a good selection of cable channels. Mix of long term and short term visitors. Short term in front of campground, long term in back. I'll stay here again when in the area.
The above review is dead on. It is a nice state park, with miles of hiking trails, but the campground is not the best. Not terrible, but compared to other SC state parks, not great. Reatively small sites, not really friendly for bigger rigs. I was in one of the backwards sites. Bath houses were clean, but in need of an update. Shower curtain did not give much privacy, and the stall doors did not have latches.
The campground differed so much from the ad in Woodall's I'm not sure the reviewers were in the right place. The facilities were dirty and run down. The roads and sites are in very poor shape. The fishing pond advertised dried up years ago. The dump station was right next to the swimmimg pool. The park was occupied mostly by full time residents, this appeared to be their last stop before being completely homeless.
Nice, clean place. Well maintained. Some pull through sites, some back up to a small lake that has a swimming area. Easy to get in and out of. This park is basic as far as amenities go, but is clean and well run. It makes a good base to use when visiting Savannah. Full hook up pull thru site was $28/night with Good Sam discount.