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The 20 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.

Poinsett Campground

1. Poinsett Campground

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Camping at Poinsett State Park offers the perfect respite after a long day of exploring all the ecosystems this park has to offer. Whether you rent...

Kammi
Kammi: Gorgeous and peaceful, although fills up in the weekends
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Big Pine Peninsula
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2. Big Pine Peninsula

This is a primitive camp site on the pond. There's a fire pit/ring with grill. You can put tents on Dam or anywhere that's flat. Small fishing...

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.
Trail Blazer Survival Camp
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3. Trail Blazer Survival Camp

Primitive Tent Camp Sites. Explore the 22 acres and private lake. You will find primitive shelters scattered around the property and a small...

Andrew
Andrew: This location was a nice getaway. With primitive camping and free-range of the land, it was nice to be isolated in the...
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Creekside Camp
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4. Creekside Camp

Campsite is beside a beautiful stream amidst old growth hardwood trees and Mountain Laurel (Blooms mid April though May). Fall asleep to the...

Andrew
Andrew: This location was perfect for those looking to explore trails and open land. The farm was full of spots to see and places to...
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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.
Lakeside Camp
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5. Lakeside Camp

Private campsite on 1,000+ acre timber, cattle and sheep farm. Several miles of trails, dirt roads and creeks to explore. Campsite overlooks a...

Andrew
Andrew: This location was perfect for those looking to explore trails and open land. The farm was full of spots to see and places to...
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Rocky Branch Seasonal Camp

6. Rocky Branch Seasonal Camp

Rocky Branch Seasonal Camp is abundant with both migratory and resident fauna, populating the confines in between the towering, aromatic pines. And...

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The Civil War began in Fort Sumter, South Carolina in 1861. You can visit Fort Sumter National Monument in Charleston Harbor.
Long Leaf Campground

7. Long Leaf Campground

Baby got back…-country campsites. If you dig the depths of the South Carolina woods, hike over to Bluff Campground and set yourself up under the...

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Bluff Campground

8. Bluff Campground

Park yourself at Longleaf and get ready to relish in the beauty of South Carolina forest. This dreamy campground is your ticket to a picnic under a...

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Visit Myrtle Beach Safari Wildlife Reserve to see Hercules, a 900 pound liger (lion + tiger hybrid) who is the world’s largest living cat.
Dreher Island Campground

9. Dreher Island Campground

Two words for Dreher Island Campground: Scuba. Diving. A rare activity in state parks makes this place to stay unique, but make sure you come armed...

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Sequicentennial Campground

10. Sequicentennial Campground

Wake up to the gentle call of warblers, step out of your tent and stretch your arms up toward the stoic pines, cook up some bacon on the campfire,...

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Every year, thousands of vibrantly-hued purple martins migrate through Bomb Island, which is not far from Columbia, South Carolina.
Aiken Campground

11. Aiken Campground

Pitch your tent and light the fire pit, it’s time to cook up your afternoon catch! Aiken campground provides simple, sand-packed sites, a sparse...

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Barnwell Campground

12. Barnwell Campground

Look no further, foodies! Barnwell campground offers the best of pond-to-table dining. Choose from bass, catfish and crappie in either of the...

Lake Wataree Campground

13. Lake Wataree Campground

Ahoy there mateys, are you looking for great fishing, boating, and swimming in one of South Carolina’s most scenic lakes? You’ll find recreational...

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Santee Campground

14. Santee Campground

Santee Campground is a five star hotel for all the wildlife lovers out there. Choose from endless sites at the Lakeshore Campground, or go for the...

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Lick Fork Lake Recreation Area

15. Lick Fork Lake Recreation Area

Lick Fork Lake Recreational is easily an outdoor landscape worth salivating over. Located alongside the area’s namesake freshwater body, the...

Kat
Kat: its a wonderful campground that overlooks the lake. the recreation area and camping areas are very near each other. the sites...
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Lake Greenwood Campground

16. Lake Greenwood Campground

Pitch your tent on the shores of Lake Greenwood for beautiful sunsets, excellent fishing, and old-fashioned family fun. The large and sprawling...

Brick House Campground

17. Brick House Campground

Hike, bike, hunt, horseback ride, and just straight up chill to your heart’s content at Brick House Campground. Big game hunting is super popular...

Modern Harvest Farms- The Corn Crib
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18. Modern Harvest Farms- The Corn Crib

This old farm building was historically used to house crops long after harvest.

Andrew
Andrew: The corn crib is a converted shack that used to house corn. The interior is accompanied with a table, bed, and mattress that...
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Modern Harvest Farms- Lake Front Camping
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19. Modern Harvest Farms- Lake Front Camping

Camp under ancient oak trees along the banks of our lake. Modern Harvest Farms invites you to enjoy the tranquility of our secret lake. Tucked...

Andrew
Andrew: The pond site is a beautiful and secluded patch of flat land next to a quiet pond. A bit of cover from trees also accompanies...
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Modern Harvest Farms- The Barn Yard
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20. Modern Harvest Farms- The Barn Yard

Come hang out and relax at Modern Harvest Farms.

Andrew
Andrew: The Barn Yard was a great spot to explore and learn about the art of farming in a sustainable manner. The hosts were extremely...
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