April 23, 11:06am - reviewed by Gypsy Queen
Cypress View Campground
Wonderful staff, clean and friendly park. Family of 5 stayed 3 nights with 4 dogs. Walked Trail Head, Kayaked Lake Marion, explored beach area on lake as well, borrowed DVDs and board games for night at office. Quiet friendly campers all around. Helpful and respectful. Camp host was a great guy I hope we see again as well. Bathrooms were cleaned twice a day and are the cleanest we have been to. Kid and dog friendly, many had preschool age and played safely all over camp area. No complaints with this park. We will be back many times in our future journey. This place felt as comfortable as home.
March 30, 6:07pm - reviewed by Doyle
First time camping where I wanted a refund. The pot holes going into the camping area are real. Go slow! The blue bike trail is totally unusable. Too many trees down across the trail. Not sure what is going on here as South Carolina has some great parks but not this one. Best thing is to close it and repair it. Avoid until this park is updated.
November 10, 12:27am - reviewed by Stitch
So Much Potential
This is a park that could be great. If it were not for the poor condition of this campground it be a great place to camp. The lake and fishing is fantastic. I just wish they would update the roads, sites, and bath houses.
June 25, 6:28pm - reviewed by Brnthumbinfl
The Google reviews weren't good, for a good reason. We wanted a State Park for a mid trip stop. We stayed in the bigger lakeside loop. Sites were ok. Bathrooms bad. Old and dirty. The campground roads are tough. Lots of pot holes. Can't say it's a destination spot.
January 18, 2:13pm - reviewed by Plonski
Main camp closed for remodel. Beautiful art work and nature center. Cabins over or next to water. We were sent to large camp area next to lake. Sites a little ruff but looks like storm damage. Still nice and sandy great views. Would stay again
November 15, 3:34pm - reviewed by Elle
This park is very pretty underneath very tall pines. The campsites were covered in long pine needles when we were there in the spring. You can ride your bike down to the dock through the parking lot, also down a paved road to where the cabins are located.
We had a group of deer visit morning and evening. The lake/river is a great view from the sites along the water as you are up on a 30ft ridge looking out.
This campground is about 10-15 minutes off the I-95, inland.