|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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The Cabin at 2410 Hammond Road, Camden, can sleep eight people (3 beds, one blowup mattress), and is 1.25 acres of the best piece of property on Lake Wateree. The Cabin, approximately 1000 sf, is the perfect gathering place for families with a large porch and outdoor eating areas, a large pier for sunbathing, picnicking, fishing or grilling on the kettle grill. There is also a fish cleaning table and sink with water in the back yard of the cabin. The Cabin at Beaver Creek is not fancy, but comfortable, providing a magical place that gives families the time and space to enjoy each other and the great outdoors. Whether you like to swim, ski or fish, The Cabin at Beaver Creek is the perfect place for a laid-back vacation or weekend getaway.
There are two bedrooms. Guests are asked to bring their own linens for beds and bath.The larger bedroom has two double beds and a double futon. The second bedroom has a queen bed with a firm mattress. There is an additional queen-size inflatable mattress which can be positioned on the porch, or can be put in the space behind the love seat in the family room. The small table and 2 chairs in that area can be moved to the porch if that space is needed for the inflatable. Kitchen linens are provided. Additional linens can be made available upon request for a $40 charge.
Judy Watts and Jeannie Hill are the owners of The Cabin at Beaver Creek. The cabin was built in 1952 by their father, uncles and grandfather when Judy and Jeannie were babies. It has remained as a family retreat ever since, providing a gathering place for family events for six decades.
Jeannie Hill is a retired school teacher (and a former teacher of the year for her school) who still works as a science liaison for the schools in the Rock Hill area. She
has two grown children and is an accomplished gardener.
Judy Watts is a retired journalist and former newspaper columnist and editor for The Post and Courier in Charleston. In retirement she has authored her first novel and has published collections of her humor columns. She and her husband Pat have two grown children, two daughters-in-law and two grandgirls and a grandboy.
The Cabin at Beaver Creek has a way of bringing families and friends together in a relaxed and joyful atmosphere. Whether you're a 10-year-old boy who wants to sit for hours fishing off the end of the dock, or a grandmother who wants to spend time rocking her grandchild on the porch while enjoying the beautiful waterfront view, or a teenager who wants to swim or go with dad fishing along the shore, or enjoy your own boat to fish or ski...The Cabin at Beaver Creek is the place for you.
The kitchen has the luxuries of home with all the cooking utensils, pots and pans, dishes and flatware anyone could need. There is a pantry and a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer for vacation food and snacks.
A fullsize stove and a microwave make cooking easy. A window next to the stove opens easily to create a pass-through to the table to make getting the food and place settings to the table.
A wallmount TV picks up local channels clearly.
There are tables in the yard for outdoor dining. There is a small round table that can be taken to the dock for waterside dining or visiting. Please return that table to the yard when not in use on the pier.
The bathroom has a clawfoot tub with shower. There is also a hot-and-cold water shower outside.
A washer/dryer is located in the extended kitchen area.
We had a great time at the cabin. We enjoyed the property and had a super chance to swim and fish. I will definitely return
We take a guys only race trip each year to a different NASCAR track. This year it happened to be Darlington, SC. We wanted to rent a house instead of a hotel room and the closest properties were on Lake Wateree. We were first attracted to the property based on the rate. It was priced reasonable especially for being on Labor Day. The cabin sits right on the water and it was peaceful to wake up and walk down to the water. The area is pretty rural and the nearest city is Camden which is about 15 miles away. So it is a good idea to pick up everything you need while you are in town or before you arrive. Although Darlington was an hour away from the cabin, we were also an hour away from Columbia, in the other direction. It was nice to take one day and go to Columbia and hang out. There is one restaurant/bar, less than a mile away, Creekside Bar and Grill. It has a great food, but the service is hit or miss. If you are looking for peace and quiet, this place is for you.
The cabin is old but very well maintained. It has a large size screened in patio where we spent most of our time. They have a large table and about eight rocking chairs. At night, it was nice to sit outside and just relax.
I need to comment on the owners who are very polite and helpful. They communicate not only by email but by phone. If I had a question, I could call her and she answered every time.
I am not sure if I will ever be coming back to this area any time soon, but if I do, I would definitely stay here again.
We had a wonderful long weekend, cabin was great. The view from the screened in porch and dock was beautiful. The owners (JW) were very accommodating and the information before our stay was very helpful and useful. Had no problems with any of the appliances but we didn't over load the frig all at once. The cabin was clean and well decorated for the lake. The kitchen sink, claw tub as well as the door handles and locks reminded us of our grandparents homes years ago. NO cell service was GREAT we came to relax not be bothered with electronic devices. Swimming around the dock area was great, nice even bottom. Kayaked every morning while breakfast was being prepared until the smell of sausage floated across the water. Fishing was a little slow but our Jack Russell wasn't to keen on me snatching fish from the water and she growled at ever cast. COMING back? you can bet on it!!!! So close to home but yet so far away from the real world. Loved the table on the porch, I was looking at it and the wife commented I don't think it will fit in your truck. Thanks for sharing your cabin and your piece of heaven here on earth.
Ron and Paula B.
The place was decent enough for the money but the owner is not nice. The fridge is not cold and the freezer does not freeze. Your boat will get pretty beat up while it is tied to the dock - especially on the weekends - as the dock is located on a main channel near the main boat landing. There is no cell service, take that as a good thing or a bad thing. Just so you know, the owner considers the screened porch as INdoors. We tried very hard to please her but she cannot be pleased. We made the most of our time there but we will not be going back.
We really enjoyed our week at the The Cabin. The view was incredible and the fishing from the dock was great most of the week. We especially enjoyed the eating lunch and supper on the screened porch. Judy was very polite and accommodating to us. She was very quick in response to any questions that I had before our Vacation. Would definitely recommend this rental to Family and Friends.
The Cabin is located 13 miles from historic Camden, SC, the site of Revolutionary War battles and encampments. It also is rich in Civil War history. Camden is also known for its many antique shops, home of the Carolina Cup Steeplechase each spring and the Colonial Cup Steeplechase in the fall.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$50|
We ask that guests leave the property in the same clean and orderly condition which it was found. Cleaning service is available upon request. Swimming is "at your own risk." No diving from dock due to fluctuating water levels.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.