Mobile Home Park Details

  • Purchase Method: Cash, New Loan
  • Land: This is land for developing a mobile home park
  • Listing ID: 4591077
  • Posted On: Mar 3, 2024
  • Updated On: Jul 11, 2024


This 29.99-acre parcel in rural Salem, SC (Oconee County) offers a tremendous opportunity for developers of RV parks to create a breathtaking development in the heart of recreational country. Located in the northwestern 'Upstate' or 'mountain lakes region' of South Carolina, Oconee County is blessed with lush forest landscape (over 85,000 acres), four lakes surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, trails to 29 waterfalls, two free-flowing rivers (one of which is the Wild and Scenic Chattooga), waterfront state and county parks, mountain bike trails, and more! There are just shy of 21,000,000 residents within 180-mile radius of this parcel. The population of this area has increased by 2.3M residents since 2010. They are forecasting another 500,000 residents to move into this radius by 2028.

This parcel is located one mile from Lake Keowee and four miles from Lake Jocasse. Additionally Lake Hartwell is approximately 45 minutes from this parcel. The 18-acre parcel has had some clearing and grading already completed. It currently has two wells. City water is approximately 2,000 feet away from the property edge should that be your preference.

The owner has designed a park layout for this parcel that includes 44 full-service sites, seven yurts, & five treehouses. The proposed amenities include a swimming pool, hot tub, office, bath house, dog park, and a covered pavilion area. He also set aside in the layout for a 40 x 250 enclosed boat/camper storage area which will be an additional source of income.

Lake Keowee is a 18,500 acre man-made reservoir in South Carolina. It was developed to serve the needs of power utility Duke Energy and public recreational purposes. It is approximately 26 miles long, 3 miles wide, with an average depth of 54 feet, and a shoreline measured at 300 miles in total, and is approximately 800 feet above sea level. The Lake Keowee area is popular for fishing, waterskiing, swimming, camping and picnicking. The lake has three types of bass––largemouth, smallmouth and spotted–– as well as crappie, bluegill, yellow perch, catfish, brown trout and rainbow trout. This parcel is only one mile away from Lake Keowee.

Lake Jocassee is a 7,500-acre, 300-foot deep reservoir in northwest South Carolina. It was created in 1973 by the state in partnership with Duke Power. The lake is known for the clean and cold Appalachian mountain rivers that flow into it, keeping its waters cool and clear year-round. The Jocassee Dam, which forms the lake, is 385 feet high and 1,750 feet long. The lake is within Devils Fork State Park. The Lake Jocassee area is popular for fishing, waterskiing, swimming, camping, and picnicking. Lake Jocassee holds state records for five species of fish, including three in the sunfish family. In 2001 a 5 lb 2.5 oz Redeye bass and a 9 lb. 7 oz Smallmouth bass were caught. An 8 lb. 2 oz Spotted bass was caught in 1996. The last two came from the salmon family. A 17 lb. 9.5 oz Brown trout was caught in 1987 and an 11 lb. 5 oz Rainbow trout was caught in 1993. This parcel is only four miles away from Lake Jocasee.

MR. LANDMAN, LLC is a licensed real estate firm in the State of
South Carolina under LIC#24822. Jonathan Fisher is a licensed
broker in the State of South Carolina under LIC#117228.


Salem lies in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains along South Carolina Highway 130, just south of its junction with South Carolina Highway 11. Lake Keowee and Keowee-Toxaway State Park lie just to the east, and Lake Jocassee and Devils Fork State Park lie to the northeast. The North Carolina-South Carolina border passes several miles north of Salem. Although Salem is a smaller community of approximately 120 residents, it offers a Dollar General store, a restaurant, and an outstanding wineries for the future guests of your RV park to enjoy while they are staying with you. There is also another winery in nearby Seneca, SC.

Salem is approximately:

20 miles from Clemson, SC
38 miles from Greenville, SC
132 miles from Atlanta, GA
142 miles from Columbia, SC
145 miles from Charlotte, NC
148 miles from Augusta, GA
178 miles from Chattanooga, TN
250 miles from Charleston, SC

Oconee County is the westernmost county in the U.S. state of South Carolina. As of the 2020 census, the population was 78,607. Its county seat is Walhalla and its largest city is Seneca. Oconee County is included in the Seneca, SC Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, SC Combined Statistical Area. South Carolina Highway 11, the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway, begins in southern Oconee County at Interstate Highway 85 at the Georgia state line.

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Park Information

Size: 30 acre(s)

Utility Information

Water: Well

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