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CrossRoads Coach RV Resort
243 South Church Street
Lake City, SC 29560
September 18-20, 2020

These comments are just the experience of the two RV Gypsies and do not make the campground good or bad in general. However, the two RV Gypsies will never return to this campground for several reasons.

1. TRAINS - Trains run quite often, early evening and all night long. The tracks are nearby, so not only are the loud train horns extra annoying, especially while trying to sleep, but the train wheels can be heard on the tracks long after the horns stop blowing.

2. The Gate Punch Key is on the passenger side of the RV/car. All other campgrounds that the two RV Gypsies have been in over the 12 years of travel, the punch key was where the driver could pull up to it and reach it.

Here at CrossRoads, the passenger has to get out of the car to punch in the entry code. If only one person in the car, then the driver has to get out, walk around to the other side of the car in order to punch in the code.

If in an RV, the RV can not stop there because it would be hanging out into the street, even if not towing a car. That must be why the gate is open during the day when RVs should be arriving or leaving.

3. The TV did not pull in any stations at all. If the campground had Wi-Fi, they did not give the two RV Gypsies the code. Cell phones did not work inside the RV while in this campground.

CrossRoads Coach Resort sign CrossRoads Coach Resort address

Below: The Ragsdale Old Building was once a tobacco warehouse and charcoal briquette factory. The 22,000 square foot building has been outfitted to host Art Fields and community events in Lake City. Built in the 1920’s, the “Ragsdale Old Building,” a former charcoal briquette warehouse, is now the go-to venue for all large-scale events in Lake City! Now known as “The ROB,” this 22,000 square foot facility features newly added restrooms and a warming kitchen with large refrigerator and ice maker. Multiple plugs are available in the warming kitchen so caterers may easily operate out of the space for on site events. The square footage and available working space makes The ROB an ideal locale for large weddings, receptions & reunions, community gatherings and trade shows. Black Chiavari chairs and a variety of banquet tables are available with facility rental, making planning and set-up that much easier. The parking lot was newly renovated in winter 2019, putting the finishing touches on one of Lake City’s most popular venues!
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The ROB The ROB sign

This is a small, new campground with paved roads and nice pads on each site. The two RV Gypsies stayed in an end-site which was nice. The campground office had a unique shape to it, but the two RV Gypsies did not take a photo of it.

the RV of the two RV Gypsies at CrossRoads RV Resort the RV of the two RV Gypsies at CrossRoads RV Resort

Besides the view of The ROB building, the two RV Gypsies also had a view of a small pond and the showers, which they do not use.

pond at CrossRoads showers at CrossRoads
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