Thursday, September 13, 2007

Devil's Fork State Park Combines Forest, Lake and Mountains

Off Highway 11 between Walhalla and Pickens sit thousands of acres of land and miles upon miles of lake coastline. The park is Devil's Fork State Park and the lake is Lake Jocassee, a gem nestled in the shade of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Lake Jocassee and Devil's Fork State Park are perfect backdrops for a simple day trip or camping. With so much water space and activities for all ages, Jocassee is an ideal setting.

The Devil's Fork campground houses dozens of state-of-the-art camping areas.

The most popular camping spots, of course, are those just a few feet from the water.

Each of the 25 tent sites has a grill and centralized water source, along with toilets and showers that are open to everyone. They are $14 to $15 per night and can be reserved through the park office.

RVers can choose among 59 sites with water and electric hookups.
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