Magnolia RV Park & Campground

567 Fairview Church Road
Kinards, SC 29355

(864) 697-1214

Description



Total Sites:
44

45 Total Sites

29 Pull Thru Sites

42 Sites with 20 Amp

30 Sites with 30 Amp

9 Sites with 50 Amp

50' Max RV Length

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Amenities

Onsite

  • Pull Thru Available
  • Full Hookups
  • 50 Amp Available
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry
  • Dump Station
  • Pets Welcome

Recreation

Onsite

  • Pool
  • Playground

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Wonderful get away
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We were traveling up north and came across your sign on the highway. When i called they were so kind and friendly. The campground is close to the highway but once inside you would never know. We were surrounded by trees and nature. The grounds were very well maintained and our hosts so warm and caring. This is a great place and plan to visit again.
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Reviewed 10/22/2014
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Hidden Gem
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The Bathhouse is an 11 on a 10 point scale. The Laundry room is clean and spacious. Every effort to help was received including staying late because of traffic in Columbia so that we could find our sport and know where the satellite would work. If you are headed to Presbyterian College this the perfect spot as you are only 9 miles from campus. BP station near campground pumps diesel very slow but Truck stops at exit 54 and 52 (6 and 8 miles away) This is a must stop on I 26 either east or westbound.
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Lolli ^
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Reviewed 10/16/2014
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Night at Magnolia
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Rather large pull-thru sites with some shade. Very clean restrooms and laundry. A pleasant 1 night stay enroute to Asheville.
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BDK
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Reviewed 10/11/2014
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All was fine until on site worker informed of parking both one night on site and next time on grass. No mention of those rules in handout and others at campground where doing same even in morning after we were told. Frankly took it as an offense and to tell the truth ANTI GAY. (2 guys camping with 2 dogs, come on it's obvious) Does not surprise me from the region and we are from there. Just will not get my extra spending money next time we visit family in the area.
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Management Response
First off, I am sad that we would be accused of "anti-gay" behavior, as this could not be further from the truth. My husband & I checked in Mr. Jones, my husband led them to the site and, since they were with us for three nights and would be disconnecting the truck from the camper, asked him to park the truck behind the camper, parallel to the road, as much on the gravel as possible. The next day, when we returned from our day off, we saw that the truck had been driven across the gravel and parked fully onto the grass of the site; this is expressly against rule #26 n our "Guidelines for Happy Campers" - "Maximum of 2 vehicles per site, parked in the gravel not on the grass". When we questioned our workamper he informed us that the truck had been moved there, at his request, after being parked for much of the day on the site next to the guests' assigned site. We ask that guests not do this as we never know when other campers will arrive and the owner of the vehicle may not be immediately available to move it. We do have some monthly sites where the camper takes up the majority of the graveled site, so the vehicle is parked mostly on the grass, but still parallel to the road, not pulled up on the yard of the site. So, there was no targeted discrimination against these guests, but instead an attempt to enforce our rules and preserve the grass we struggle to keep growing in our red clay/sand soil mix. We would welcome these guests back any time, as long as they respect our property and follow the rules, not because of or in spite of their sexual preferences, because that plays no part in the way we run our RV park. Marcia Rousseau, Co-Owner
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Baltlimore visitor
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Reviewed 10/11/2014