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Oct 31, 2018 - Devil's Fork sp

We drove down from Hendersonville to hwy 11 to go to devil's fork sp in upper SC. The leaves were ok but apparently the rains doused the colors. The CG is nice and quiet but not a lake view from our campsite. We hiked 2.5 miles along the Bear trail to see the lake- very nice.

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Feb 21, 2015 - Foothills Trail

Saturday morning, we woke up relatively early. John didn’t sleep well the night before, so he decided to stay at the cabin and rest. A good thing, as this was going to be a very long and strenuous day. After a light breakfast, we headed west on US-64 to Sapphire and turned onto NC-281 south into South Carolina. Almost immediately after crossing the state line, we turned into Bad Creek Power Station and parked at the Foothills Trail access. We followed the spur to the Foothills Trail at the footbridges over Whitewater River and turned right...

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May 8, 2011 - Devils Fork SC

Devils Fork State Park in South Carolina Great time, went during the week and almost no one was there. Huge lake within an easy walk of our campground to a sandy beach. Another huge beach near the ranger station. They had WiFi so I was able to do some work there. A good sized store that even had batteries (I thought those LED lights lasted forever). We had someone move in for one night next door and they slept in hammocks and in the van, they were quiet, no worries. One accident, I didn't raise the tongue jack high enough and bent it all to...

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May 2, 2009 - South Carolina, Apr 15-23

Wednesday April 15, 2009 We packed up the trailer and headed out on a bike ride before leaving for Charleston, SC. We took the 4 mile bike-able trail in the state park. It was beautiful. Like the campground it had the towering pines and graceful live oaks (big ones) all draped elegantly with Spanish moss. Palmetto palms spotted around to add texture and another shade of green. The birds would not stop singing out there. We almost had to raise our voices to hear each other. We came upon the remnants of a moonshiner’s still that had been...

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