Sumter/Brick House


- Policies

• Pets Welcome
• Day Max Stay (14)
• Tent Camping Allowed
• No Reservations

- Other Amenities & Services

• Pit Toilets

- Recreation Nearby (within 10 miles)

• Mountain Biking

- Facility

• Type (National Forest)

- Hunting Nearby (within 20 miles)

• Season: Winter,Spring,Fall

- On-Site Rentals


- Sites

• Spaces Available (23)
• Max Length (49)
• Gravel Sites (11)
• Grass Sites (12)
• No Hookups (23)
• Back-ins (16 x 49)

User Reviews

Allen Frierson

April 02, 2021

Nice little area. Horse people seem to really like it, as there were many there.

Stephen Thibault

March 20, 2022

Very secluded no envelopes to show payment, but otherwise a truly seamless experience! I do wish they had at least one faucet (clearly marked if there is one) for cleaning a dish or brushing teeth. Overall very beautiful and very peaceful!

Mike Gardner

February 13, 2022

A nice campground fairly close to cities but far enough away that it is quiet. Trails for walking or hiking, mountain biking, and horses. Need to reserve a spot through the app RECREATION. GOV available on Google Play or the App Store. The app is a bit kludgy and if you want to reserve weekend AND another day, say Friday, takes 2 reservations to do it. One for the weekend and one for the other day.. If you have the senior pass or another pass, has fields for that information to reduce the fee

David Limiero

December 18, 2021

I needed an inexpensive option close to I-26 for one night on the way to Florida. Primitive camping with pit toilet and no water for only $5! About half the sites are first come, first serve and the others are reserved via Sites are level and most have room for a 25' trailer. Site 4 is a pull-through. Wish I had reserved that site as backing in solo after dark was not fun! Reservation was an additional $8. I came in at 6:30 pm on a Friday and could have saved the money as some non-reservation sites were available. AT&T cell coverage is good and could have made an onsite reservation upon arrival.

Pat Blakely

September 03, 2021

This place is a hidden gem just a few miles from the interstate so if you don't want to stay at a hotel or professional campsite, this place will do for $5 a night. I don't think a large RV would work here but smaller one's and tent camping are good here. No electric hookups. Pit toilets that do the job. **NO RUNNING WATER** though gives it 4 stars instead of 5, they used to have wells here but shut them off. Can get busy with hunters during late fall with sometimes all the spots gone, otherwise, there isn't many people here. Good trails to hike although you'll be sharing some of them with horses (and the things horses put on the ground). You will get a good quiet sleep here, and the ranger usually passes through once a night. Open all year long. I use this place often.