Campground/RV Park: Ivy Acres Lodge & RV Park – SOUTH CAROLINA
I-85 exit 39, only 1.3 miles. The drive
into the park was a narrow driveway/road.
The office was a large house so we didn’t know if we should ring the
doorbell or just walk in. Check in was
easy; they were expecting us. We have to
admit the grounds were beautiful, hilly and encouraged a good walking
workout. There was a fishing pond in the
small valley surrounded by woods. We
enjoyed sitting at various benches placed throughout the area. Note that this is an adult only park for 45+
crowd, however children are welcome but management must be notified before
arriving so they can make appropriate accommodations. Parental/Grandparental supervision required
at all times (probably because of the pond).
Rates are for two persons per site; $ for additional campers.
were much to be desired. They were just
gravel sites with barely adequate hookups.
The ground was very uneven therefore we had to use our blocks and play
with our leveling system. The sits were
very close together. There were mostly
permanent sites but they were generally kept separate from the temporary sites. No ATV’s or dirtbikes allowed. No firepits however, they had designated
gathering pits available loaded with wood for fires each evening. Trash pickup was every morning by putting it
at the end of your site. We did have
internet WiFi connection (AT&T) at the campground. From what we’ve heard, there is a Camping
World about 30 minutes away.
is good for a pass-through overnight; not long term.