Horseshoe Lake Farm
Lucky People Stay at Horseshoe Lake Farm
Located close to Cottageville, SC, Horseshoe Lake Farm is a real treat for those who stay. It is a nice and quite property that is family owned and that offers some wonderful and personable amenities. The campground is only a short distance from Walterboro and is a short drive from Charleston. It has quite a few great features that make it a special place to stay. Those who are traveling to or through South Carolina will find a lot to enjoy. Let’s look at some of the features that you can expect from the campground.
What Does Horseshoe Lake Farm Offer?
You will find 9 RV sites at the campground. This might be less than many of the campgrounds you usually visit, but that can be a good thing. With fewer sites, it means more peace and quiet and a better chance to get to know your neighbors. The campground does not skimp on amenities in the least. You will find cable TV and wireless Internet available, as well as a dump station onsite. The campground has full water, sewer, and electric. The electric connections are 15,20, and 30-amp. Even those who do not have RVs will be able to use the tent sites. They even have lakefront fishing cabins.
The campground features showers and a restroom, a picnic area, fire rings, and a boat ramp. You can go fishing, swimming, or canoeing, go hiking, play horseshoes, volleyball and more. The campground has an onsite store as well.
The campground also happens to be where the Horseshoe Lake Saddle Club is located. Campers can watch some events, such as their cowboy competitions. Campers can take riding lessons, go on a riding trail that’s suitable for horses or mountain bikes. The campground really does seem to offer something for just about everyone who stays!
Campers can bring their dogs with them to the campground, as long as they have current proof of vaccination and the dog is not one of the banned breeds. You can contact the campground for more information on these breeds.
Getting to the Campground is Easy
Those coming from the east will go to the Highway 651 and Highway 61 intersection and then go east. Proceed for just about a quarter of a mile to reach the campground. From the west, you will use the I-95. Take Exit 68 and continue for almost 11 miles to the campground.
- Pull Through Sites
- Big Rigs (40+)
- Full Hookups
- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- Cable TV
- Pet Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- Exercise Room
Campers will have quite a few great things to see and do when they stay at Horseshoe Lake Farm. Lovers of the great outdoors will have a blast in the area, and the Edisto River is a prime destination. You can go fishing, kayaking, and more. The town of Walterboro is only a short distance away, and it is home to some fun attractions including the Bedon-Lucas House Museum and the Walterboro Wildlife Sanctuary. Another fun option is to head into Charleston for some shopping or some dinner. It is only 41 miles away. There is always something to do for everyone.