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South Carolina Guide
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The 10 best camping spots in South Carolina.

Grab your tent or RV and go! South Carolina's mountains, beaches and all that's in-between await.

Beechwood Cabin Tent
Andrew
Andrew: These covered tents are a perfect compromise for wanting to be surrounded by nature, while having a...
Fern Creek Tiny House
Andrew
Andrew: This location was incredible. It felt like a home away from home, and Bill & Mary were incredible...
The options for camping in South Carolina are plentiful, but it seems that the state’s beautiful sandy shorelines have a particularly strong allure. Rent a cabin or pitch your tent at Edisto Beach State Park for a weekend of beach activities, hiking, and salt marsh exploring. Myrtle Beach State Park and Hunting Island State Park are both popular among families. Bird watching Read more...
The options for camping in South Carolina are plentiful, but it seems that the state’s beautiful sandy shorelines have a particularly strong allure. Rent a cabin or pitch your tent at Edisto Beach State Park for a weekend of beach activities, hiking, and salt marsh exploring. Myrtle Beach State Park and Hunting Island State Park are both popular among families. Bird watching enthusiasts should visit Santee National Wildlife Refuge, Huntington Beach State Park, and Savannah National Wildlife Refuge to see incredible displays of migrating birds. And though the call of the southern sea breeze is strong, don’t miss out on the state’s inland regions. Dive into remote camping and adventuring at Dreher Island State Park, where three islands and 12 miles of coastline await. Or head up near the state’s northern border to hike Sassafras Mountain and take in the striking beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Edisto Beach Campground
Victoria
Victoria : This is a good campground close to the beach and to Charleston. Not too expensive. However there are...
Secluded Forest Retreat
Alex
Alex: Small cabin has tin roof and 3 walls up, rustic feel and all rough cut pine. Small fishing pond and...
Reaching just over 3,500 feet, the state’s highest point is Sassafras Mountain in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Big Pine Peninsula
Alex
Alex: This is a primitive camp site on the pond. There's a fire pit/ring with grill. You can put tents on...
Chattooga Belle Farm Lakeside
Kassidy
Kassidy: We enjoyed our stay at Chattooga Belle Farm. The Farm has tons of features -- the store, vineyard,...
John’s Island is home to Angel Oak, a 500-year-old tree that provides more than 17,000 feet of shade and has a nearly 30-foot circumference.
Dockside Bluff
Alex
Alex: One tent site by the dock. This is a primitive camp site on the pond. There's a fire pit/ring with...
Amongst the Trees
Kassidy
Kassidy: We LOVED L&G Farm! The campsites were spacious, yet still had great privacy. Make sure to check...
The Civil War began in Fort Sumter, South Carolina in 1861. You can visit Fort Sumter National Monument in Charleston Harbor.
Creekside Camp
Andrew
Andrew: This location was perfect for those looking to explore trails and open land. The farm was full of...
Huntington Beach Campground
Adam
Adam: Nice Campground with an active community. Great food nearby in Murrells Inlet.