Nestled on 43 acres of beautiful rolling South Carolina farmland, just 28 miles southwest of Columbia,this campground offers camping fun at its best. You will be assured a first-class camping experience when you choose one of the RV and camping sites. Modern facilities accommodate all campers, from tenters to big rigs. For the city slickers, try a rental cabin. Most importantly, fun and relaxation standard come standard with every campsite!
Outstanding Customer Service Award
Dan O’Connell Serivce Award-Dana Gabriel
Top 100 Good Sam Park
Trailer Life Top 300 Park
Trailer Life 9/9*/10
Year Round: Mon-Thurs 9am-7pm, Fri-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 9am-5pm
From Interstate 20 take Exit 55A onto SC6 towards Pelion. Continue on 6 until it dead ends. Turn Right onto Hwy 302 and go approximately 15 miles. Turn Left onto Cedar Creek Road. Our Camp-Resort will be on your Right in 4 miles.
Hitchcock Woods offers visitors the natural beauty and quiet solitude of a unique southern forest located in the midst of an urban area, The City of Aiken. With roughly 1200 acres of forest to hike and bike in, Hitchcock Woods is home to the famous Sand River and Aiken Horse Show.
Riverbanks Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals that represent more than 350 species from around the world. The botanical garden boasts 70 acres of unparalleled beauty and is hailed by ‘Horticulture’ magazine as one of ten gardens that inspire.
Experience the joy of learning and discovery at EdVenture Children’s Museum, the south’s largest Children’s Museum. A hands-on experience, EdVenture provides children and families with the opportunity to immerse themselves in dynamic, diverse exhibits, programs, events and more.
The Congaree National Forest is the largest remnant of old-growth floodplain forest remaining on the continent! Experience national and state champion trees, towering to record size amidst astonishing biodiversity. Walk, paddle or just relax within this dynamic floodplain ecosystem. Beauty and tranquility reign supreme in the midst of this natural treasure.
The DuPont Planetarium at the University of South Carolina Aiken consists of a 30-foot diameter tilted aluminum dome with the capabilities of all-sky, video and panoramic projection. The 45-seat planetarium chamber houses the only known "camera obscura" in such a facility anywhere in the world. Complimenting the facility are two large sundials and an observatory housing a variety of telescopes.