Devils Fork State Park
**Our Ultimate Outsider stamp is located just outside the Ranger Station at the park kiosk.
The mountain spring-fed Lake Jocassee encompassed by the Jocassee Gorges, waterfalls accessible only by boat and some of the best South Carolina trout fishing are all part of the allure of Devils Fork State Park.
The land around 7,565-acre Lake Jocassee remains mostly undeveloped and the only public access point to the lake is through Devils Fork. Four mountain streams and several waterfalls feed into the lake, making it cooler than others and a great South Carolina trout fishing spot. Plus, the unusually clear water of Lake Jocassee is a haven for scuba divers and swimmers. During the spring months, hikers on the Oconee Bell Nature Trail are treated to sightings of the endangered Oconee bell wildflower.
Overnight guests can stay in a fully-furnished villa or in one of two campgrounds located near Lake Jocassee.
Want to see more of South Carolina? Try fishing for bass at Dreher Island State Park and enjoy boating and more on the Strom Thurmond Reservoir at Hickory Knob State Park.
BY THE NUMBERS
acres of Lake Jocassee - and Devils Fork is the only public access
boat ramps for public boat access to the lake
lakeside villas with two and three bedroom units
standard campsites for RV or tent camping
tent camping sites
boat-in campground that can only be accessed by - you guessed it, boat
picnic shelters available for your next birthday party or picnic
cozy meeting room - the Holcombe Room - that can hold up to 25 people
Holcombe Hemlock - the large hemlock located by the Ranger Station that was planted by the Holcombe family at their homeplace prior the lake and park being formed
mile Oconee Bell Nature Trail - where you can spot the rare Oconee Bell during early spring