Anderson/Lake Hartwell KOA

200 200 Wham Rd

Anderson, SC 29625

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Phone: (864) 287-3161

City: Anderson

Region: Mountains

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Anderson/Lake Hartwell KOA

Open year round. Full hookups with 30 and 50 amp. Some patio sites! Big rigs welcome. Tent sites with electric. One and two room Camping Cabins (sleeping only) and Deluxe Cabins (bathroom and kitchen). Daily and monthly rates. Camp canine, cableTV, playground, mini-golf, Wifi, outdoor pool (summer), pavilion. Also have a game room, horseshoes, and basketball court. Convenience store, laundry and propane onsite.

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