Oconee Point (Corps of Engineers)

200 Oconee Point RD

Seneca, SC 29678

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Phone: (888) 893-0678

City: Seneca

Region: Mountains

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Oconee Point (Corps of Engineers)

Tent and RV sites available; Open May 1 - September 30. Single family sites are $26 per night with a maximum of ten people per site. Double family sites are $52 per night. The gate opens at 7 a.m. and locks at 10 p.m.; no campground entry or exit between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. Single family sites, with hook-ups, accommodate one RV and/or any number of tents that can fit on the impact pad. We require that all pets remain leashed or penned at all times for your safety and theirs. Alcohol is prohibited.

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