Brick House Campground
This year-round camping facility provides an opportunity for many recreational activities such as wildlife and plant observation, horse riding, mountain biking, hiking, and photography. Abundant wildlife populations provide some of the most desirable hunting areas in the upstate.
Campsites at Brick House are now available for reservation through recreation.gov.
Brick House Campground has 8 campsites designated as first-come, first-serve, extended stay use, during the fall deer season, September 1st through January 2nd, and April turkey season. These sites will continue to be available for a nightly fee of $5, special $50 per calendar month, and special annual $150 for the fall deer hunting season. Users will use recreation.gov's Scan and Pay through their mobile app to pay for these sites.
Seasonal campers would first choose a campsite and return to the kiosk board to pay; users will scan the QR codes at the kiosk to pay for their length of stay. Campers need to ensure they scan the correct QR code, as no refunds will be given. Campers will then take a fee envelope, tear off the stub, and write their confirmation number and their name on the stub and clip it to the campsite post. It is the camper’s responsibility to ensure the stub is protected.
Click here for a printable guide and vicinity map.
At a Glance
|Reservations:||Reservations available year-round. 8 sites designated as first-come, first-serve, extended stay, during the fall deer season, September 1st through January 2nd, and April turkey season.|
|Fees:||$5/night; $50/calendar month, September 1-January 2, and the month of April; $150/Season, September – December|
|Permit Info:||South Carolina fishing and hunting license and regulations apply on all national forest land. The U.S. Forest Service does not issue any licenses or permits for hunting or fishing. Please visit the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Web site for license and regulations information.|
|Open Season:||All year|
|Restrictions:||Stay is limited to 14 days (excepting users who paid for extended stay campsites available during hunting season). Care should be taken in the woods during big-game season. Wear blaze orange. Campers are responsible for paying at information board within 30 minutes of arrival.|
|Restroom:||Vault toilet in campground|
|Information Center:||Sites available for extended stay during hunting season: 5, 7, 9, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21. These sites will be designated as first-come, first-serve during the fall deer season and April turkey season. All other campsites are available by reservation through recreation.gov and have a 14-day stay limit. Sites 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17 are able to accommodate RVs.|
From I-26, take exit #60 (SC 66), drive east for 3.5 miles. Turn right onto Forest Service Road 358 and drive .3 miles. You will first pass the Buncombe Trailhead parking area on left and Brick House campground will be past it on the right.
Horses are allowed in designated area highlined behind white-banded trees around perimeter of campground.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
21 campsites with tables, grills, and lantern holders. Extended Stay Designated Campsites: 5, 7, 9, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 – all other sites have a 14-day stay limit.
Sites 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17 are able to accommodate RVs.
Big Game Hunting
Alerts & Warnings
- Francis Marion National Forest plans 1,000-acre prescribed fire today (Jan. 27)
- Bucks Grave Road Reopens on Enoree Ranger District
- New digital payment options and online reservations at Enoree recreation sites
- Enoree rifle ranges undergoing maintenance; please call before visiting
- Limited America the Beautiful pass availability at Columbia office
- Sedalia Campground temporarily closed beginning January 3, 2023
- Halfway Creek Trailhead closure
- Damaged bridges along the Enoree Passage of Palmetto Trail; exercise caution
- Please be aware of open well hazards on Sumter National Forest