cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
An OK place to stay.
The folks were super nice.
We prefer more basic simple state and federal parks over these types of places.
There are a lot of permanent full time people living at the park.
Bathrooms are brand new and spotless.
this is probably the best stay we have ever had and close to where we had to be. so accommodating on everything from the camp site with coming out to help trim a tree so our awning could come all the way down. this is a MUST stay if you are near greenville/spartanburg area. it was a tremendous stay...
We chose this park due to ratings and proximity to relative's wedding. It's a small park but there was no problem with big rigs moving around. Sites are big. The long term campers had nice appealing RVs with no junk. All the equipment worked. When visiting relatives we will make this our default park. The owners are very nice and helpful,
I rated the appeal a four due to the entry. It's narrow and hilly and goes by junk houses but when you emerge into the park all that pleasantly changes. We plan to return and recommend.
Four stars based on a one-night stay (so the review is limited). Site was level (we had a pull through) with fire ring, picnic table, and water/elec/sewer hook up. Some relatively tight turns (we're in a 32' class A) getting to and inside the park itself. Park is well off the beaten path, but is easy enough get to by following GPS. Roads leading to and inside the park are good. Park host was very nice, didn't mind we showed up late, and was very helpful with directions to the site. Park was (it seemed) about 3/4 full, could be permanent party there but I'm not sure.
Did not use any of the facilities so I can't rate them. Did pick up several channels on the TV using the antenna. Park has wifi available but we didn't use it. Park is pet friendly (leashed, pick up after).
Not a bad spot for a one night stay, but there may be camps more convenient to interstates if you're just looking to stop and sleep.
A truly lucky find on an unexpected trip home. A one night stay that we wish we could stay longer at this beautiful rest area! The campground is a little off the beaten path but worth the detour! The entrance is narrow but no issue even for a big rig. The sites are nice with flowers and trees at each site. Plenty of room for our slide outs. The pull through we had accomdated our 40' rig and long SUV with room to spare. The beautifully decorated and clean restrooms were the best we have seen in 40 years of motorhoming! The staff member we met could not have been any nicer or more helpful! Wish every campground could be so good!
Great little campground convenient to Interstate 26 and Greenville/Spartanburg. Hosts are terrific, Both pull through and back in sites. Restroom facilities spotless. On site laundry. Pavilion with picnic tables and games setup. Pool well maintained; not heated. Only negative is the entry road: very narrow with big dip midway. Okay as long as RV not coming in opposite direction so don't let this deter you. We camped in a 39 ft motorhome and had no problems maneuvering. This is our 3rd year camping at Pine Ridge and we already plan on gonig back next year.
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Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
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From Jct of I-26 (exit 28) & US 221, NE 0.2 mi to Stillhouse Rd., SE 1 mi to Otts Shoals Rd, N 1.5 mi on Otts Shoals Rd to Pine Ridge Campground Rd. (R)