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We checked in on 10/12/18 and thought it was a great place.. Till we went to bed and it has a sign for quiet hours and I guess y'all don't follow your rules. Someone was setting up camp across from us at 4am and there...More
If your looking for a peaceful park with lots of nature and history combined Oconee State Park is the place to go. There is a nice swimming are with diving boards in the lake, however no sandy beach to lay back on. This park is...More
Stayed at a quaint little cabin on the pond, i ride the 3.5 mile one way stretch of the palmetto trail , we went fishing ( no luck on that front!) very quite park, cabin are rustic but clean, we had a wonderful tile in...More
The cabins were air conditioned with modern bathrooms and had a wonderful porch. Try to get one on the lake as some are out in the woods. The screened back porch was awesome and we spent a lot of our down time there. You can...More
Older park. Camping spots suitable size for tent camping and small to medium RVs. Sites are packed rather tight and not all level. We brought tents as or RV was being serviced. Glad we did. Do not recommend site 6 as it was very awkward...More
We love Oconee! We try to go every summer for a week. We especially love going 4th of July Week. It is a beautiful park with so many things to do! There are usually activities scheduled that are great for kids in addition to the...More
This state park is so relaxing and beautiful. We stayed in a cabin for 4 nights and it was so quiet. The campgrounds are beautiful and the air is so clean. They have a place to do laundry, a swimming hole, playground, and they plan...More
We took a road trip with our18' Travel trailer. We spent 7 days at this beautiful State Park. There are two lakes, beautiful hiking trails, and plenty of fishing. It is a beautifully maintained park. It is only about 10 minutes to Town. The staff...More
Georgia is our home and the state parks in it are much superior to this state park. Although, we did stay in Devil's Fork State Park and really enjoyed it. I was surprised that the roads were gravel and you had a hard time determining...More
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We didn't stay in a cabin there, however, we did hike past a few and they were all right on the water and beautiful. Plenty of fishing from the shore in front of the cabins. We brought our trailer camper and stayed across... More
We didn't stay in a cabin there, however, we did hike past a few and they were all right on the water and beautiful. Plenty of fishing from the shore in front of the cabins. We brought our trailer camper and stayed across from the cabins.
I will be visiting Oconee State Park this weekend with my family. We'll take a drive up to Highlands, too, at some point in the weekend. I am a budding amateur photographer. Can you recommend some great spots for nature photography? I know they are in abundance as I drive along the roads, but do you know of any that I might not happen upon?? Thanks very much in advance!
November 18, 2008|
If you are taking 107 from SC... 3 miles north of the SC/NC border is Silver Run Falls. Short hike to the falls. There will be a sign. After this retrack 2 miles and go west on Bullpen Road. There will be semi shop on opposite side of the road. Go 5 miles on Bullpen Road to you get to the Chatooga River. Great photo opps here. There is an old rusty 1 lane bridge that makes for great pics. Continue several miles on Bullpen will take you into downtown Highlands.