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Overview

Cherry Hill Campground is located in the picturesque Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests in South Carolina. This campground provides a serene setting for visitors to enjoy the natural beauty and recreational activities that the forests have to offer.

Location

The campground is nestled in the mountains and is located at a high elevation, providing a cooler climate which can be a relief during the hot southern summers. It is situated near the town of Mountain Rest in Oconee County and is accessible via local roads.

Facilities and Amenities

Campsites:

  • Cherry Hill Campground offers a number of campsites, which typically include amenities like picnic tables, tent pads, and fire rings.
  • Some sites may have hookups for RVs, but it's important for visitors to check the specific site details when booking.

Restrooms:

  • Restroom facilities with toilets are generally provided for campers, but shower facilities may not be available.

Drinking Water:

  • Potable water is usually available on-site. However, campers should always bring their own drinking water or have a way to treat water just in case.

Trash Disposal:

  • There are often centrally located trash receptacles for campers to use.

Activities

Hiking:

  • The national forests around Cherry Hill Campground offer numerous hiking trails that range from easy to challenging, including treks to waterfalls and scenic overlooks.

Biking:

  • Mountain biking enthusiasts can find trails to fit their skills and endurance levels.

Fishing:

  • Nearby streams and lakes offer opportunities for fishing. Anglers will need to comply with South Carolina fishing regulations.

Wildlife Watching:

  • The forests are home to diverse wildlife, so birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts may spot a variety of species.

Reservations and Cost

  • Campsites at Cherry Hill Campground may be available on a first-come, first-served basis, or they may require reservations. It’s recommended to check the current reservation policy and site availability in advance.
  • Fees for camping sites vary depending on the location and amenities offered.

Seasonal Access

  • The campground may operate seasonally, with peak season typically extending through the warmer months. Always check if the campground is open before planning your trip.

Rules and Regulations

  • Campfires are usually allowed in designated fire rings, but it's important to adhere to any fire restrictions, especially during dry conditions.
  • Wildlife should not be fed, and food should be stored securely to avoid attracting animals.
  • Leave No Trace principles should be followed, meaning all trash and belongings should be packed out when you leave.

Safety Tips

  • Weather can change rapidly in the mountains, so campers should be prepared for various conditions.
  • Insect repellent and tick checks are recommended to prevent bites and associated diseases.
  • It’s advisable to have a first-aid kit and be aware of the nearest medical facilities.

Contact Information

For the most current information, campers should contact the local ranger district:

  • Francis Marion Ranger District: (subject to change, include the latest contact details from the official source).

When planning your camping trip to Cherry Hill Campground, it is crucial to do thorough research and check the latest information from the US Forest Service or official campground websites. Conditions and services can change, and knowing what to expect will help ensure a safe and enjoyable visit.

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