Sandwiched between a train track and the Interstate (I75), you're going to hear some noise. Getting there is confusing and I recommend calling to ask for directions - which are easy to follow. Lots of trees and it feels like camping. Nice facilities. Pretty close to the big city if you want access to those kind of attractions. i enjoyed it.
The spots are larger than other campgrounds I've stayed at. I got a full hookup site and everything worked just fine. It's in an area undergoing rapid indistrial expansion and it seems like many the people staying there are working nearby (there's even an Amazon thingy a few miles away). Its rural enough to get in some bicycling and the terain is rolling hills but nothing terribly steep. All the delights of Spartanburg are close by.
Lake Aire was exactly where I needed to be with exellent access to Charleston and the surrounding area. The park is easy to get in and out of (for a new comer to this sort of thing) and it feels like you're out in the country. It's the lowlands and while i was there it rained a lot. There was a great deal of standing water and deep black mud. They must do some mosquito control because they weren't much of a problem. There's a train track nearby and I could hear frequent trains.
The sites are pretty close together, level, and very easy to get in and out of. The grounds are well maintained with all the dirveways and the sites well graveled so you track a minimum of mud into your RV.
I hope to stay there again next year if i visit Charleston.