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There is very little parking at this park. My husband got there early to drop our boat in the lake. Me and the family came about noon and the lot was full. Park ranger was very rude and told me to turn around. Would not...More
A group of us stayed in several "villas," 2- or 3-bedroom cabins that were very clean, spacious, modern, and delightful. Though the park was booked all weekend, we never felt that it was overcrowded. There are multiple boat launches, beaches, and placed to watch water...More
This park offers many activities for families to experience nature at it's finest. The cascading Blue Ridge mountains meet the sparkling clear waters of lake Jocassee at Devils Fork State Park. Camping, hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, playgrounds, geocaching, and numerous waterfalls along the shoreline are...More
Jocassee is a wonderful, undeveloped lake that one can find a peaceful relaxing atmosphere. We have camped in the campground and wanted to try to villas. We found our villa extremely clean with all the basic needs supplied from a start on soap, TP, to...More
Very nice state park. The campsites were nice, clean, spacious and close to the lake! No Sewer hookups but they do have water and electricity. The bath house was close by, which was convenient. Very quite and shady! Nice paved trails that lead to the...More
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There is a campsite right on a point with a great view,but I was told it fills up a year in advance. I stayed in the villas but walked through the campgrounds and they are lovely. If you are renting a boat you can carry your... More
There is a campsite right on a point with a great view,but I was told it fills up a year in advance. I stayed in the villas but walked through the campgrounds and they are lovely. If you are renting a boat you can carry your kayak to any area and paddle around
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"Most cabins face the lake but some have slightly better views. Take a walk and see what you like best."