Mount Carmel Park and Campground
Mount Carmel Park and Campground – Located in the Old Ninety-Six Tourism area in South Carolina, Mt. Carmel Campground is remote and quiet. Many of the campground’s sites are a stone’s throw from the shoreline at Clarks Hill Lake. 21 of the sites are equipped with electric (30-amp) and water. The remaining 22 sites are for tent camping. Two boat launching ramps are near by, one just outside and one inside the campground for campers only. Locally known as Hesters Bottom, Mt. Carmel provides a perfect place for campers who truly want to get-away-from-it-all. Some sites equipped with 30-amp electric and water. The remaining 22 sites are for tent camping. Two boat launching ramps are near by. Pets are allowed if penned or leased.
Site fees range from $16-$18 per night. Public use of alcohol is prohibited. Gates open at 7 am and close at 10 pm. Sites accommodate two tents or a RV and a tent.
Directions From I-85, take Exit 11 near Hartwell Lake, and take Savannah River Scenic Highway (Hwy 24, to Hwy 187, to Highway 81) south approximately 51 miles. The campground is approximately nine miles south of Calhoun Falls, SC. Turn left at campground sign.
From I-20, take exit 200 to River Watch Parkway. Turn right; drive 2 miles to Furys Ferry Road (Hwy. 28 West). Turn right; drive 13 miles to Clarks Hill, SC. Continue northwest on Hwy 28/221 to McCormick, SC. Go northwest 15 miles on Hwy 28, turning on to Hwy 81 five miles north of McCormick. Campground sign is in Mt. Carmel, SC. Follow road to campground.
Mount Carmel Park and Campground Map