Explore South Carolina
Discover the Best Campgrounds, RV Parks, and things to do.
The Palmetto State awaits! Look no further than our partners for amazing amenities, customer service, southern charm, and beautiful sights! From Myrtle Beach to Hilton Head and Columbia to Spartanburg, you’ll love exploring all South Carolina has to offer! Get away to the lakes and rivers of the Carolinas at one of our featured campgrounds. Spend your days relaxing and your nights making memories around the fire at campsites that feel like your home away from home. When you plan your adventures with our partners you know you’ll get top-notch services and quality amenities. Camp at properties you can trust!
Our directory will help you find the best places to camp from the beaches of the South Carolina lowcountry to the mountains. Whether you want to plan a trip that hits all the highlights, or you’d rather find a hidden gem, we have the inside scoop on the best places to stay in South Carolina. You can stash the directory in your RV so you can plan at the drop of a hat, and you’ll have the best campgrounds in the Carolinas right at your fingertips. Whether you’re a tent camper, a glamper, or an RVer, you’ll find a place to camp that will suit your needs and your budget!
South Carolina Mountains
The gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains and hikers delight, the upstate of South Carolina is the perfect place for a relaxed mountain getaway! Take a 5-mile trek along the scenic Table Rock Trail where you will see waterfalls and many old bridges. The area has a multitude of lakes and streams to visit and explore. Whether you enjoy nature or golfing you can find some peace and quiet among the rolling hills!
Travelers Rest is a great starting point for your SC mountain adventure. Visit downtown Greenville overlooking a beautiful waterfall and host to many festivals, or any number of other smaller towns that dot the upstate. From Spartanburg to Anderson or any one of many small, quaint towns that offer a variety of options for shopping or dining. Many just a short drive away from your RV Park!
Other area interests include: Falling Waters Scenic Byway, Hotel Domestique, Lake Hartwell, Foothills Trail, Pumpkintown Mountain Restaurant, The Red Horse Inn, Victoria Valley Vineyards and much more!
South Carolina Central
Whether you are into sports or history, you’ll find something to capture your interest in South Carolina’s central section. Rolling hills and lakes dot the area. Tour a museum or visit the historic state capital located in Columbia. From Newberry to Camden, and from Laurens to Aiken, small towns with historical markers are found everywhere. All you need to do is get out and explore! From the best of smaller city life to the relaxed serenity of the countryside, you’ll find you are only minutes from discovering something new and wonderful about the area.
Other area interests include: Riverbanks Zoo, Lake Murray, Adventure Carolina, South Carolina State House, Columbia Canal and Riverfront Park and so much more!
South Carolina Coast
Visit Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand for a sixty mile stretch of fun and sun. Options range from golf to boating, from theaters to over 1,000 dining options. Park your RV oceanfront and just relax in the warm sun and go shell collecting! Tour the largest outdoor sculpture garden in the nation at Brookgreen Gardens. Go deep sea fishing or just cast a line off one of many fishing piers. The South Carolina coast is the perfect place to dine on local seafood while overlooking the water.
If you are into history, Charleston is the best place in all of the south! Take a carriage ride around the historic market. Take a walk around The Battery and restored homes and feel like you’ve gone back in time 200 years. Fort Sumter is just a boat ride away in the center of Charleston harbor. Visit a working plantation or just explore the natural beauty of the areas live oaks and low country marshes.
Named one of America’s top 10 beaches by TripAdvisor, Hunting Island State Park is just 15 miles from historic downtown Beaufort. It’s the perfect place to kayak, walk, tour or explore! Further south you’ll find Hilton Head Island and 12 miles of pristine beaches.
Other area interests include: Hilton Head Island Lighthouse, Folly Beach, Kiawah, Edisto Beach State Park, The Charleston Museum, Patriots Point, Boone Hall Plantation, The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, Murrells Inlet, Fishing Charters and much more!
Fun Facts South Carolina
- Just outside the city of Charleston resides one of the country’s oldest living trees – The Angel Oak. Located on the beautiful Johns Island, this live oak is estimated to be around 500 years old and counting.
- South Carolina also claims to be the birthplace of barbecue, as Native Americans pit-cooked hogs centuries ago off the state’s coast.
- Stretching 60 miles from Little River to Georgetown, South Carolina’s Grand Strand is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the USA.
- South Carolina is the 40th largest state in area (32,020 sq. miles) and the 23rd largest in population. South Carolina was the eighth state to officially ratify the U.S. Constitution.
- South Carolina is the second largest producer of peaches in the United States, just behind California. The state is also a major producer of apples and celebrates the South Carolina Apple Festival each year at the beginning of apple harvest season.
- The First to Secede. South Carolina played a major role in the Civil War. The city of Charleston is actually where the first shots of the war rang out as Citadel cadets opened fire on a Union ship entering the harbor to bring supplies to soldiers at Fort Sumter. Although much of the conflict itself took place in South Carolina, many people don’t realize that South Carolina was actually the first state to secede before the battles broke out.
- How did South Carolina get its name? King Charles II granted the charter to start the colony of Carolina. Originally, North and South Carolina were one colony, and he named it in honor of his father, Charles I.
- Highest point: Sassafras Mountain at 3,560 feet • Lowest point: Atlantic Ocean at sea level.
- South Carolina has more than 300 golf courses in total, and Myrtle Beach is known as the golf capital of the world. The first game of golf played in the United States occurred in Charleston, South Carolina.
- Summerville, South Carolina is known as the birthplace of sweet tea. The town even has a “Sweet Tea Trail” where you can learn all about sweet tea and Southern hospitality.