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Ebenezer Park, Rock Hill

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  • We frequent this park because our dogs can swim in the lake while we fish on land. There is usually folks renting the pavilions for parties. And sometimes there is live music. We also like that there ...  more »
  • Nice park with full hookups on most sites. The only downside to this campground are the roads that the sites are on are not paved and there is a lot of dust with every vehicle that passes.  more »
  • The camp ground is nice and actually quiet for as many people that are here this week! Close to the water and play ground. Can also bring your pets and boats. Enjoy!  more »
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  • This place is clearly popular with the locals, and had us wondering if that led to a little bit of disdain for tourists. We found the campground in a web search and needed a place to stay for the night. We called ahead expecting that we were too late to reserve, but a ranger answered and said "we have plenty of sites for the nigh but let me go ahead and get your reserved in because I won't be here when you arrive (we were about 1.5 hours out). I asked for a little detail on site options, and he said "I've put you on a really huge site, 89 feet long". Since we are a tiny travel trailer and a pickup truck it seemed like overkill, but so be it. He took our credit card info and booked the reservations for us. On arrival, we saw a ranger in a truck looking like he was leaving. We spoke briefly, and reiterated that he was leaving. We found site 31 using the online map, and sure enough it was very long... and very narrow. Across the street was an equally narrow site... or was it? No, it was actually our picnic table and fire ring some 50 or 60 feet away from our site across the road. We saw the ranger go by a time or two more, and I couldn't help but speculate that he was wondering what we were going to say about having a site with a two lane road through the middle of it. We were too tired to do anything but plug up and settle in. There were plenty of other sites, and since we were leaving in the AM any of them should have been available. I am perplexed by how a park makes the decision to build a road through a campsite, but who am I to judge? We walked to the bath house that the ranger had described as '50 feet or so away', but it was more like 250, but close enough. It was obviously used for the folks using the lake recreational facilities, and was in pretty poor shape. The mens room had no curtains on the showers at all, and my wife reported the same from the ladies. We slept well, even with the boulevard at our front door. We were jarred awake (we are late risers) by a rap at the door at around Too Early AM by a nice camp host asking if we were checking out. "Well yes...." surprised to hear that there was some question about that. He was very nice, and moved along, but passed by several more times on his cart as we buttoned up for the road. We were out well ahead of check out time, but not fast enough I suppose. We drove through a couple more camping loops to look around and spotted the camp host and wondered if he danced a jig that his job was complete once we left the park. BTW, evidently we got 'lucky' with the phone reservation. The website says there is a 'county policy' against them accepting them. In hindsight, I would have rather just come in and parked on an unreserved site of our choice anyway.
  • Very small swimming area. Water was very dirty all sand washed away after 2 feet and then​ sharp rocks. All this after you pay $5 to park. I would not recommend this place and will NEVER go back there again! Very poorly taken care of!
  • Nice view of the lake. Good facilities and a small snack bar too. Boat ramp is easy to use and access. Lifeguard for designated swimming area. All campsites have water and power.
  • Great for relaxing or gatherings. Staff is great from the 1st phone call with my questions down to my visit. Just stellar. Bathrooms smell bad but appear somewhat clean. But I will be back every other weekend just bc of the Customer service alone if nothing else!!! Great for kids also.
  • Nice park...can get a little crowded, but if you're going out on the lake, it's a great place to put in, especially for kayaking! Convenient place right in town for great lake access!