Oconee Point Campground offers a great blend of relaxation and recreation. The terrain tends to be flat and easy to explore, making it a perfect area for a dog walk or a day trip with kids or the less-abled. Individuals looking for a little more excitement can engage in other activities here, like fishing, swimming, or boating. Kids are also in luck, with two separate playgrounds available.
Boaters enjoy Oconee Point for its variety of recreation opportunities. There's a complimentary boat launch available to campers, provided they're already paid for their stay in Oconee Point. Vessels allowed here are everything from single-person canoes and sailboats to jet skis or motorboats. South Carolina requires registration on all boats and watercraft, so make sure you've obtained yours before your visit. If you're a dog lover who just can't stand the thought of keeping them at home while you paddle around, you're in luck! Oconee Point allows canines on watercraft of all types, provided they're with their owners and are kept safe.
70 total sites are peppered throughout the forested regions of Oconee Point, all of which come standard with plumbing and electrical connections. Along with a public dump station, this makes Oconee Point perfect for folks traveling in an RV or pop-up camper. These sites are all relatively convenient to comfort stations that provide showers and full modern restroom facilities. If you'd like a site that offers better views, you can always spring for the deluxe sites which cost anywhere from $32 to $52 depending on location and offerings.
Fido should enjoy the campground too, with the dense forest canopy offering several shady spots. If your canine made the trip with you for an overnighter, make sure you keep them on a leash and avoid staking them down outside. Dogs are to be kept out of all public areas including restroom facilities, swimming areas, and the boat launching area.