April 22, 2022 - reviewed by Mike Zini
Nice Quiet Campground
A very nice place with the friendliest people and beautiful animals. Our pull through site was great. Gravel with plenty of room and new picnic table. Had to level rig slightly but on a mountain, so not unexpected. Hook ups were good. No cable, but wifi was excellent. Bathhouse was brand new and beautiful. Llamamat is in new bathhouse with new coin op machines. Very close to Greenville. Diamond in the rough. Pet friendly and allow fire pits (not included). Have our own so was great. Reasonable too!
September 29, 2020 - reviewed by Lee
So Much Fun
38 Class A with jeep tow. We really loved this campground. No problem getting our rig in with tow. Pulled right into our pull through site. Clean, quiet campground. Plenty of area for our dogs to walk around. Loved the llama tour. Make sure you stay a Saturday so you can go up and see and pet the llamas. We will totally stay here again when we are in the area. They also sell llama yarn.
September 20, 2019 - reviewed by Mickey
Unique and Friendly
We always stay here on our way to SC.
Built on the site of an old mobile home park, the sites are very spacious.
The best part of the stay though is the opportunity to visit the llama barn to see the babies. There is also a resident donkey.
The owners, Jerry and Carolyn,are very friendly and they work hard to give the park a homey feel. Ever wanted to try your hand at a spinning wheel? Don't miss the free art classes taught by Carolyn who is s high school art teacher.