A very nice quiet campground. Road and sites are gravel and reasonably level. A good number of trees for shade, but no undergrowth for privacy. Sites are of adequate size and spacing. Campground is next to a very pretty lake with a nice nature trail around it. Park has few amenities, but if you just want a good place to go and camp for a few days, this is a good place. Very relaxing. We'll be back.
We had a great time here. Lots to do; hiking, fishing, sight seeing, relaxing. Campground is in excellent condition and very well maintained. When we arrived at our site, it looked as if no one have ever camped there. The gravel was raked, no liter, and the fire pit was clean. I later noticed the host in our loop would always "clean up" the campsite after someone checked out. The lack of hookups is not a factor for us, in fact it makes the camping experience a bit more "authentic". I would estimate that half the campers were in tents and the rest evenly divided between popups, TTs, and motorhomes. Campground is heavily wooded with lots of shade.
There's really not a bad site, 72 total, in the whole campground. Odd numbered sites between 9-27 are on the water. Access to the lake is limited on many sites due to a steep drop off. Sites are paved and well maintained with adequate space between. Excellent boat launch facilities with small store. Sites on the outside of the loop in the 40-60 range offer a nice woodsy feel.
This is a very nice park! Devils Fork is located on the shores of Lake Jocassee, a beautiful mountain lake. Though none of the campsites are on the water, a dozen of them are within 100' of the water. The campground is heavily wooded and gorgeous. There was a good mix of tents, popups, trailers and motorhomes occupying the sites. The sites are paved with a gravel tent pad, picnic table and fire ring. Good hiking trails in the park and a lot of nice scenery nearby. Bath houses were new and well kept. One of the bath houses has a laundry. If you enjoy a beautiful natural setting, this park is for you.