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This is a really nice park!! They have lakeside lodge rooms, all with balconies on the water. They also have individual cabins you can rent, also on the water!! The restaurant is top notch, the food was great and the service was also very good!!...More
Three men stayed in cabin and it was fine. Cabin had been refreshed lately. New carpet, windows, tile and furniture. Staff was friendly but we were not allowed to check in early. Plenty of hot water and heat worked fine. New fire pit and table...More
Stayed in " cabin " July 2016. State park. Bed and linens clean, mattress and pillows fine. Bathroom clean, towels plentiful and of decent quality. Plenty of hot water and decent water pressure. Air conditioning worked well though somewhat noisy. Desk clerk ladies friendly and...More
Every single thing about this lodged was awful. The staff was not accommodating, the mattress was rock hard, the box spring was heavily stained, no curtains and the blinds did not block view of interior from the outside. Room smelled bad, the carpet was torn...More
I managed to coincide my arrival in SC with that of Hurricane Matthew. I had planned a trip to Hickory Knob with my daughter long in advance, and decided to go ahead and hold to the reservation. (Although I believe they have a very generous...More
The " cabins " at Hickory Knob are indeed quite close to the lake but are not lakeview per se. Also, the cabins were not individual structures similar to those I have stayed in at other facilities; they were... More
The " cabins " at Hickory Knob are indeed quite close to the lake but are not lakeview per se. Also, the cabins were not individual structures similar to those I have stayed in at other facilities; they were more akin to a rustic motel. That being said however, I was very satisfied with the accommodations. Unfortunately, I am not familiar with the Gillebeau House.