The state of South Carolina is an outstanding destination for an RV camping trip. What makes South Carolina so special? First, it is located far enough in the south that it can host your RV camping adventure just about any time of the year. Next, it spans from the Atlantic Coast, across the low country plains and into the Blue Ridge Mountains which provides a rich diversity of landscape and culture. Finally, it is home to great cities like Charleston, Columbia and Greenville as well as many small towns. These offer the RVer great opportunities to experience the southern charm of this great state. Here are some of the best places to RV camp in South Carolina.
Briarcliff RV Resort, North Myrtle Beach, SC
If your idea of a great RV camping trip is to spend some time at the beach then you can’t go wrong at Briarcliff RV Resort. This is a first rate, family friendly facility located in North Myrtle Beach. They have great facilities including a massive pool, access to the intracoastal waterway, a gated entrance, paved streets, concrete pads and a clubhouse with many activities for the campers in the park. It is also located within walking distance from Barefoot Landing which is a large shopping complex with numerous restaurants, stores and entertainment venues including the House of Blues.
Some other great options in the area include The Myrtle Beach State Park and the Lakewood Camping Resort. Both are located near each other on the south side of Myrtle Beach. The state park offers a more traditional wooded camping experience with beach access. Lakewood is a massive park with over 1,000 sites. It has a lot of amenities and, unlike Briarcliff, it has beachfront sites and direct access to ocean front beach.
Barnyard RV Park, Lexington, SC
If you’re looking for an RV park in the heart of South Carolina, this could be your best option. Not only does this park have high reviews and an excellent reputation, but it will also provide you with all the amenities you need.
For instance, you’ll have access to electric, water, and sewer. Luxuries like WIFI and cable TV are also included. As well as AC – something that many RVers crave on their travels. If you’re in a large group or rally, there’s also a large recreational room. This is also perfect for those who are interested in meeting new people and making exciting memories. You can find this RV park about thirty minutes from Lake Murray – which gives you places to have all the fun in the water that you need. Things like boating, skiing, tubing, and fishing are all accessible here.
Cartersville Country Winery, Timmonsville, SC
This Harvest Host location is open for dry camping for members and boasts 18 acres of grape vines with all harvesting, processing, and bottling happening on site. The venue offers a tasting room for sampling the 5 different vintages of delicious wines and plenty of space for RVs over 45 feet. There are vines on both sides of the road and some cute outdoor spaces for your pets to explore (yes, they are pet friendly as well!).
The owners are an amazing couple that go above and beyond for Harvest Host members. Check out this inflatable bouncy house they found for a full time family with young kids.
Pine Ridge Campground, Roebuck, SC
This campground is located in the Northwest section of the state where the low country meets the Blue Ridge Mountains. This is a small park, quietly nestled among the trees with a small fishing pond and many activities for the whole family in the surrounding area. Those activities include kayaking, canoeing, fishing, mountain biking, hiking and sightseeing. Like many parks its size, this one is known for it its welcoming hospitality and it is sure to provide you with an excellent camping experience. Finally, it’s location provides easy access to many towns in the area including Greenville, Asheville, Charlotte, Columbia and Cherokee. All are within a 2 hour drive, which makes them great places for a day trip adventure.
Solitude Pointe, Cleveland, SC
Solitude Point is located further up into the Blue Ridge Mountains northwest of Pine Ridge Campground. If you want to have a secluded South Carolina mountain experience, this is the place to for you. The RV sites all feature full hook ups and each site is located off a loop within the park. This layout and the wooded nature of the area provides for a very private experience. Like Pine Ridge, most of the activities here are of the outdoorsy type, which is the whole point of visiting this area. Here you will find fishing, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, hiking and some of the best waterfall viewing in the southeastern US.
South Carolina is a great state to visit by RV any time of the year. We hope these suggestions help you find the perfect park for you and your trip. Whether you’re looking for beaches, a host, or solitude – South Carolina really does have some of the best RV parks for camping in the state from the coast in the east to the mountains in the west.
These South Carolina RV camping locations were suggested by our friends at Outdoorsy, a company that connects RV owners with other campers like them who want to experience RVing without ownership.
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