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Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp

Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp is situated in the Andrew Pickens Ranger District in Oconee County in the western corner South Carolina. The camp sits on the Chauga River, with the Chattooga River a short drive away. Popular activities include hunting, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, whitewater rafting and sightseeing.


Facilities

The campground is open free of charge during big game (October 1st - December 31) and turkey (April 1 - 30) hunting seasons. During the rest of the year, the camp is available for group reservations. Reservations can be made 12 months in advance. Amenities include a pit toilet and RV parking.

Nearby attractions

The Chattooga River and commercial river outfitters are within a 15-minute drive.

Natural feaures

The camp is located in a wooded area on the banks of the Chauga River in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a part of the Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests. More than 629,000 acres are encompassed in four districts throughout South Carolina, from the lowcountry Atlantic Coast to the western foothills along the Georgia border.

Recreation

Big-game and turkey hunting are very popular activities in the area. The camp is also a favorite of groups who enjoy hiking, whitewater rafting and fishing.

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Driving directions to Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp

From Walhalla, SC, drive 5 miles north on Highway 28. Turn left on Whetstone Road, and follow it for three quarters of a mile to Cassidy Bridge Road. Turn left on Cassidy Bridge Road, and follow it for 5 miles to the campground.

Location and contact info

Shady Oak Lane, SC 29664

For campground inquires, please call:864-638-9568

Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp details

  • Campfire allowed
  • Checkin time: 3:00 PM
  • Checkout time: 2:00 PM
  • Max num of people: 100
  • Max num of vehicles: 15
  • Max vehicle length: 0
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Amenities at Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp

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Activities at Cassidy Bridge Primitive Camp

Camping

Hiking

Wildlife viewing

Hunting

Fishing


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