Fell Camp

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Campground Description

This 15-acre maintained camp is in the northern part of the Long Cane Ranger District of the Sumter National Forest. Although primarily used by hunters and equestrians, Fell Camp offers other recreational opportunities such as birding and hiking.
Contact: US Forest Service (fs.fed.us)
Posted by: Jeff Barber on November 29, 2005
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    Campground Activities

    Situated in pine and hardwood, this primitive hunt camp has loop and linear sites with a centrally-located water source and vault toilets. The surrounding forest environment sustains abundant wildlife, resulting in some of the most desirable hunting areas in the upstate. Game and non-game species are managed. Several stores are nearby. Offering camping facilities and ample parking for stock trailers, Fell Camp serves as the trailhead for the 24-mile Long Cane Horse Trail. The trail has numerous access points and diverse terrain. The novice as well as the advanced rider will enjoy a truly unique riding experience. Surrounding Area Nearby points of interest include historic Abbeville, Parson’s Mountain Recreation Area, Parson’s Mountain OHV Trail, Cedar Springs OHV Trail, Midway Camp, and Candy Branch Rifle Range.

    Campground Amenities

    *Centrally-located water source *Vault toilets *Tie rails *Hitching posts *Water source for horses *Ample parking for stock trailers *Garbage cans

    Reservation info

    Camping is first come, first served; no reservations.

    Camping Fees

    $5/night, $50/month, $150/season

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    Reviews of Fell Camp



    Reviewed by RJend on June 17, 2011

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    Primative camping, but very pleasant with good water, clean valts, and an onsite host (sometimes). The trail is shared with horses, but also very good for mountain biking.
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    Fell Camp 3.00 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.

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