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Old 04-21-2016, 08:06 AM   #1
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Lake Greenwood (SC)

All I can say about Lake Greenwood RV Resort is wow!

This is our first rv trip ever, we could not have picked a better spot. The grounds feel like we are at a Ritz Carlton, our view amazing! Spent the day out on a boat.

If this is RVing, we took it hook line and sinker. Such nice people too, they didn't even laugh in front of us knowing we are full newbies to this world.


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Old 04-21-2016, 08:39 AM   #2
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Glad your first trip ever was so enjoyable. Looks/sounds like a nice place to visit.
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Old 04-22-2016, 11:45 AM   #3
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Beautiful, the DW and I will have to put that on our list. How far is it from Mauldin, I have folks there and it would be great if it's close enough to visit them and camp!
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Here is a link to their web site, I'm not sure of distances.

Travelers be aware this is a motor coach resort.

https://lakegreenwoodresort.com/


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What is a motor coach resort? I've never heard of that. Does that mean they don't allow campers (TT and 5th wheels)?
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What is a motor coach resort? I've never heard of that. Does that mean they don't allow campers (TT and 5th wheels)?
To my knowledge it is for class A motor coaches only, that is all we saw.

I'm completely new to this so if someone has better info please post away.


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That's what it means. Class A coaches only. There is one in Hilton Head also.

Well, la te da!


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Oh... Well I guess I won't add it to the list of future possible locations to visit... None the less enjoy yourself....
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Never heard of that but I guess they have the right to make the choice. Looks beautiful though
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I found a beautiful place online that I would like to visit but it only accepts Diesel Class A.

Another place nothing over 10 years old.


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