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Devils Fork State Park, Salem

#14 of 45 in Nature in South Carolina
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  • Our first time here & we loved it! Things you'll need to know: Don't follow the signs to the campground as the ranger station where you need to check in is a tad further down the road. If you bring a ...  more »
  • Absolutely beautiful! Crystal clear lake with waterfalls you can boat to and a roped off beach to swim. Theres a picnic area thats nice by the lake and a couple of pavilions to use for big groups. The...  more »
  • There's not much as far as restaurants and stuff around. So if getting away and kicking back is your idea of a get away, this is as good a place as any. We stayed a few nights. The camp sites are room...  more »
  • i love this place and will definitely come back again with my family. there are multiple areas to get into the water and an awesome wire suspended bridge that moves as you walk across it. it's like 4 dollars a car i think
  • This park has a lot to offer. The villas are very nice and located on Lake Jocasse. Our villa had a fantastic view of the lake and 2 porches. The park employees were very nice and helpful. The villas offered our family a great way to see this beautiful part of South Carolina.
  • Exceptionally busy with limited parking during their peak season (mostly summer) However, if you can get in it is absolutely beautiful with lots of stuff to do. Camping, fishing, and (crowded) beach access. You can even rent a pontoon among other things. Good place for families.
  • Absolutely loved paddling around in Lake Jocassee. Beautiful coves. We hear there are waterfalls, but we never found them.
  • Love going to lake Jocassee! Be sure to get to the park early because it can fill up quickly and the park workers will turn people around if it's too full.