The Barnyard RV Park

Location: 201 Oak Dr, Lexington SC, 29073

Date Visited: November 9, 2019 to November 16, 2019

Site #: C4

Cost: $26.75 / Day

Site Details

  • Type: Pull Through 
  • Surface: Gravel/Dirt
  • Level: Yes
  • Size: Good
  • Spacing: Good
  • Ease of Parking: Good
  • Utilities:
    • Electric: 50/30/20
    • Water:  55 psi 
    • Sewer: Yes 
    • Cable: Yes, 60 channels
    • Satellite: Yes 
    • OTA Antenna: Did not try
    • Propane: No
  • Picnic Table: Yes 
  • Fire pit: No 
  • Cell Signal: 
    • Verizon: 2 Bars
  • WIFI Signal: (Download/Upload)
    • Campground: 19.6 Mbps / 11.1 Mbps
    • Verizon: 23.3 Mbps / 13.2 Mbps
    • AT&T:  28.2 Mbps / 6.48 Mbps

Campground Amenities

  • Restrooms: Yes
  • Showers: Yes 
  • Laundry: Yes 
  • Store: No
  • Dumpster: Yes
  • Trash Pick Up: No
  • Pool: No
  • Lake/Pond/River: Duck Pond
  • Playground: Yes
  • Game Room: No
  • Clubhouse: Yes
  • Shuttle Van: No

Rating (1 to 5 Stars): 3 Stars


Not much to say about this campground. It doesn’t have a lot of your typical amenities. Much of the sites are occupied by full time residents. It’s located behind the Barnyard Flea Market and there’s all the typical shopping and restaurants in town.  We were here for the week to work, which it rained most of the time, so we didn’t miss much.  We’d probably won’t be back in this area again. If we visit South Carolina we’d probably be closer to the coast.

Website:  The Barnyard RV Park 

3 thoughts on “The Barnyard RV Park

  1. AL we tried to stay there on nov 9th they had no sotws available. We stayed at a wall mart not to far away. Deb was looking forward to the flea market. We are heading back to disney in February. Say hi to Debbie safe travels talk soon. Sal and Deb

    1. No way. You guys are following us LOL. Too bad you couldn’t get a site, we still owe you for that great dinner at the KOA in NY.let us know the dates in February , we’ll be in north Florida and maybe we could meet up

  2. Good description of the park. We have stayed there more than once. Each time was because it was a convenient place to stay for an event in Columbia. It’s been a few years, though.

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