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The Enoree Ranger District offers three seasonal campgrounds. These campgrounds have designated campsites in open areas surrounded by woods. The surrounding forest environment provides an opportunity for many recreational activities such as wildlife and plant observation, fishing, hiking, and photography. Abundant wildlife populations provide some of the most desirable hunting areas in the upstate. Collins Creek has 43 sites.
Sites are first come, first served. Vehicle and occupancy limits apply at campsites. Please refer to Supervisor's Order # FMS 08-12-00-09-02 on web site. Campers have to select a site and are responsible for paying at the info board within 30 minutes of arrival. Each campground has a self-service pay station. An Enoree Ranger District seasonal camp permit is good at any of these three seasonal camps. Permit holders may move to a different seasonal camp if there is an open camp site.
Checkout time is 2 p.m. All camping equipment must be removed from the campground on the closing date shown on the permit, or the permit holder will be fined and charged for abandoned property. Place only refuse in trash cans. Quiet time is 10 p.m..– 6 a.m.Care should be taken in the woods during big-game season. Wear blaze orange.
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Collins Creek Seasonal Camp, Union CountyFrom Interstate 26 and Highway 121 (exit 72 off interstate) drive north 5.3 miles.Turn right onto Old Whitmire Hwy. (County Rd. 81) drive .4 miles to stop sign. Continue north on County Rd. 81, Brazzelmans Bridge Rd., and drive north 6.9 miles.Turn left onto Maybinton Rd., County Rd. 45, drive north 2.3 miles.Turn left onto Forest Service Road 393 and drive .3 miles to campground entrance on left. Collins Creek Seasonal Camp, Union CountyFrom Whitmire, Hwy. 176 and Hwy. 72 drive east for 2.5 miles.Turn right onto Maybinton Rd., County Rd. 45, and drive 4.4 miles.Turn right onto Forest Service Road 393 and drive .3 miles to campground entrance on left.