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Modoc Campground


RT. 1 BOX 12
Clarks Hill, SC 29821
864.333.2272
No Email Address
http://www.reserveusa.com/nrrs/sc/modo/
3 Reviews
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This is a beautiful, quite and well maintained campground on Lake Thurmond or Clarks Hill lake if your from GA. Sites are spaced out nicely with plenty of trees and great views of the lake. No supplies in campground but there is a small grocery/bait store with limited supplies 2 minutes outside the grounds. Augusta, GA is about a 20 min ride if you need some city life or more ample supplies, otherwise Modoc is pretty rural. Boat ramps to launch your boat and some small playgrounds for the kids. Sunsets over the lake are awesome.

Received from Anon for visit in Apr 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
I was here in July 2005 and thought I had a nice water side sight resereved (#4), but whne we got there it was about a 12 foot wall of rock. Kids wanted to swim. We found a couple of nice beachy lots and traded to spot #54. It is on the cove. Good swimming, poor fishing. For big water views, you need to get 27,28, 33, 34. Water is accesible from the spots. For best views 29-32, but they can be quite breezy at night. Those sites have water access, but you'll climb down a couple rows of rocks. Site 30 is the premo. You're all alont at the tip and have about 340 degrees of water view. We were there on a long weekend, and the CG was only 1/3 full. The CG host are very nice and chatty. The old man wanted to ride in my new F250 CC each time he came by. He rides a little scooter, but no scooters or carts allowed in CG. Bathrooms are long ways away for most sites and usually UPHILL! When we go back, I am not going if I can't get site 28. Has a sandy beach and is very close to a bathroom. It is also near the CG beach, but I never saw anyone swim there. It will catch the same breezes as the tip site though. Paved roads, crushed stone (very small) sites. Tracks easily into TT....

Received from Traffic M for visit in Jul 2005


Site Number: 54
Stay Again? YES
We have stayed here several times in a pop-up and a TT. The CG can handle both large and small rigs. Some sites have 50 amp; all but one primitive site have W/E. Almost all are waterfront sites. They honor Golden Age passport. Although closed in the winter months, you may camp there on the honor system. The only negative are the bathrooms are a long walk from all sites.

Received from slowpez for visit in May 2005


Site Number: 20
Stay Again? YES



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