Sleep Inn Clemson
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Stayed at Carolina Landing RV resort. This is a Thousand Trails resort. The overall look and feel is not so good. Grounds are unkempt, pool is already closed. No tv channels, no cable etc. Wifi at the clubhouse only. First site we attempted to hook up at had reverse polarity at the electric box.. Decided not to stay here for the full 3 weeks we had reserved. While here we spent the day out ...
... magnitude of the falls. There used to be another viewing deck that
was closer, but I think it was destroyed by storm. It’s also possible to hike down to the falls,
but there’s nowhere to really get a good view.
And we were tired from all the hiking this weekend, so we sat and had a
snack for lunch at the overlook before heading back. Victory!
17 named waterfalls in four ...
... 8217;t as bad as I had expected and soon we were back on the old
logging road. This was the second and
last waterfall in Pickens County, so back at the cars, we continued making our
way east. We got back on SC-11 going
past Table Rock and turning onto US-276 towards Caesars Head State Park. Our last waterfall for the day was Moonshine
Falls, which is in Caesars Head State Park.
However, there is a ...
... and we were unsure of where to go. The torrential rain didn’t help either. We drove up and back on Jumping Branch Road until finally we saw an unmarked gravel road. On closer inspection, there was a sign with 5A. It looked like someone had blasted the top two numbers off with a shotgun. So we proceeded down this road to a parking area at the end. There were a couple of cars here and some people were hiking back to them. They confirmed ...
... Linda added that she enjoyed meeting the young men at the rafting company (they were all college students, the owners are teachers in the local school system) and the two women who shared the raft with us.
Unbelievable, our expenses for this trip per person was around $308 plus our own personal ...