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Ebenezer Park, Rock Hill

4.3
#2 of 7 in Parks in Rock Hill
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  • Really great way to enjoy the lake. From here you can easily launch watercraft of any kind. There is an island just off the beach that is quick to reach via kiak or canoe which provides a welcome spot...  more »
  • We enjoying walking Wally every day as well as Bo before him! and Ebenezer Park is one of our favs for many years. Some construction is going on but we can still enjoy nature and exercise. Perhaps eve...  more »
  • We have stayed at this park twice so car, and again in a few weeks. We recently bought a 5th wheel, our first time camper, and are getting comfortable with all the hook-ups and steps required to utili...  more »
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  • We love just about everything about the park but that it doesn't have a laundry facility and that there is no option of Long term stay in one spot. Bathrooms are always clean in the camping section. The rangers are great! The woods are so fun. The lake is nice. We love watching sunrises and sunsets.
  • We’ve stayed here several times mainly for work. Spots are roomy, some more than others! Bathrooms stay clean. Not giving it 5 stars because they make you move if you stay more than 14 days even if you are working. They do not allow any exceptions even if you are working for duke!
  • We had a great time. Lots of kids and dogs. The restrooms were a bit far from our lot, but very clean. We were in a tent but most had motor homes. Some of the lots are smaller than others so ask before you show up.
  • We love the camping with full hook up along with fishing. Very friendly staff and really good place to camp.
  • Nice views. Would be a lot better if there weren't any houses and other man made structures ruining the view. It's a shame most of America's lakes are bought privately and can't be enjoyed by everyone. I guess to enjoy it you have to buy the property and put some giant personification of of an ugly ego so you can feel important or special about yourself. What a waste.
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